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Riders’ rights potentionally at risk; Van Garderen might be headed to EF-Drapac: Daily News Digest

Supported by Welcome to your Daily News Digest. Here’s what’s happening today: The professional peloton’s strength in terms of more rights against the UCI and race organisers could be at risk with the Dutch riders’ union pulling out of the international cyclists’ union (CPA). This breaks...


CyclingTips x CellarSpace presents Le Tour du Vin

The post CyclingTips x CellarSpace presents Le Tour du Vin appeared first on CyclingTips. ...


Bikes of the Bunch: Art bikes from inside the Trek Bicycle Corporation

Mainstream bicycle companies aren’t always known for producing dramatically avant garde paint and graphics. These bikes are sold to the masses, after all, and in the interest of financial solvency, the aesthetics need to be catered to the middle of bell curve. Few bicycle brands are bigger than Trek, and few companies have to satisfy … The post Bikes of the Bunch: Art bikes from inside the Trek Bicycle Corporation appeared first on CyclingTips. ...


UCI works toward gender equality; Ewan left out of Tour: Daily News Digest

Supported by Welcome to your Daily News Digest. Here’s what’s happening today: The UCI is making strides toward improved gender equality. Cycling’s governing body announced new measures and platforms to in response to longstanding criticism, but it remains to be seen how effective these will be. The...


UCI commits to banning tramadol and glucocorticoids

Supported by The UCI has announced that it is putting in place firm measures to ban the use of tramadol and glucocorticoids in competition, something which has long been called for by the anti-doping body MPCC. The governing body had previously said that it was hamstrung by the fact that the World Anti-Doping Agency ...


Knit Knockout: Giro Empire E70 Knit vs. Fizik Infinito R1 Knit road shoe review

Knit materials are supposed to be the next big thing in cycling footwear. They’re highly tunable, so designers can offer zonal stretch and stiffness exactly where desired, they’re potentially much more breathable than synthetic leathers, and the manufacturing process produces less waste than traditional methods. They can even be made in a wider range of … The post Knit Knockout: Giro Empire E70 Knit vs. Fizik Infinito R1 Knit road shoe review appeared first on CyclingTips. ...


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Riders’ rights potentionally at risk; Van Garderen might be headed to EF-Drapac: Daily News Digest

Supported by Welcome to your Daily News Digest. Here’s what’s happening today: The professional peloton’s strength in terms of more rights against the UCI and race organisers could be at risk with the Dutch riders’ union pulling out of the international cyclists’ union (CPA). This breaks...


CyclingTips x CellarSpace presents Le Tour du Vin

The post CyclingTips x CellarSpace presents Le Tour du Vin appeared first on CyclingTips. ...


Bikes of the Bunch: Art bikes from inside the Trek Bicycle Corporation

Mainstream bicycle companies aren’t always known for producing dramatically avant garde paint and graphics. These bikes are sold to the masses, after all, and in the interest of financial solvency, the aesthetics need to be catered to the middle of bell curve. Few bicycle brands are bigger than Trek, and few companies have to satisfy … The post Bikes of the Bunch: Art bikes from inside the Trek Bicycle Corporation appeared first on CyclingTips. ...


UCI works toward gender equality; Ewan left out of Tour: Daily News Digest

Supported by Welcome to your Daily News Digest. Here’s what’s happening today: The UCI is making strides toward improved gender equality. Cycling’s governing body announced new measures and platforms to in response to longstanding criticism, but it remains to be seen how effective these will be. The...


UCI commits to banning tramadol and glucocorticoids

Supported by The UCI has announced that it is putting in place firm measures to ban the use of tramadol and glucocorticoids in competition, something which has long been called for by the anti-doping body MPCC. The governing body had previously said that it was hamstrung by the fact that the World Anti-Doping Agency ...


Knit Knockout: Giro Empire E70 Knit vs. Fizik Infinito R1 Knit road shoe review

Knit materials are supposed to be the next big thing in cycling footwear. They’re highly tunable, so designers can offer zonal stretch and stiffness exactly where desired, they’re potentially much more breathable than synthetic leathers, and the manufacturing process produces less waste than traditional methods. They can even be made in a wider range of … The post Knit Knockout: Giro Empire E70 Knit vs. Fizik Infinito R1 Knit road shoe review appeared first on CyclingTips. ...


Garmin Edge Spare Bike Mount - 010-10725-00 - Nutrition sku

- 010-10725-00 by Garmin

Item description: This Nutrition GPS product is by Garmin - Garmin Edge Spare Bike Mount Need a second bike mount for your Edge? Our bike mount replacement comes with zip ties to secure your bike mount to your handlebars. Replacement Bike Mount for use with the Garmin Edge GPS. Compatible with: Edge 205, 305, 605, and 705 Buy Garmin Edge Spare Bike Mounts from Chain Reaction Cycles, the World’s Largest Online Bike Store.... Learn More

Manufacturer: Garmin

Category: GPS

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