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Photo gallery: a day for the breakaway on stage 14 at the Tour

Statistically, the long-range breakaway’s not a great place to be – the teams gunning for the stage win from the peloton behind almost invariably have a numerical advantage and the motivation to drive the catch, while those up the road wilt after a hard day’s efforts. But some days are made for the breakaway. Stage … The post Photo gallery: a day for the breakaway on stage 14 at the Tour appeared first on CyclingTips. ...


The rise of Roglic, Sky’s new problem

Supported by Maybe the team to take on Sky isn’t Movistar. Maybe it’s a couple quiet, understated men from LottoNL-Jumbo. They sat on trainers, Steven Kruijswijk and Primož Roglic. Cooling down, as all teams do these days. Kruijswijk spoke first. I couldn’t make out what he said. Roglic responded, and I could hear th...


Today at the Tour: Tom Dumoulin’s dilemma

Tom Dumoulin is arguably the strongest GC rider at this Tour de France. But when will he take the opportunity to prove it The final kilometres of Stage 14, finishing at Mende, mirrored what we saw at La Rosičre and l’Alpe d’Huez — Dumoulin, along with Team Sky teammates Geraint Thomas and Chris Froome are riding … The post Today at the Tour: Tom Dumoulin’s dilemma appeared first on CyclingTips. ...


GC a four-rider battle, Ask Gogl not Google: Daily News Digest

Supported by Welcome to your Daily News Digest. Here’s what’s happening today: Fireworks, nap, Fireworks. Saturday’s jaunt across the region of Occitanie in southern France started with a bang, as crosswinds split the peloton to pieces. However, the day soon turned into a snoozer with the breakaway ...


Fraile blasts to solo victory on stage 14 of the Tour de France, GC gaps grow

Launching his big move on the day’s short, steep final climb, Omar Fraile (Astana) overhauled lone leader Jasper Stuyven (Trek-Segafredo) and sped to his first Tour de France stage win on Saturday. The Spaniard went over the summit several seconds clear of Stuyven and King of the Mountains Julian Alaphilippe (QuickStep Floors), then plummeted down … The post Fraile blasts to solo victory on stage 14 of the Tour de France, GC gaps grow appeared first on CyclingTips. ...


Wiggins claims ‘sinister’ facts have emerged in relation to Jiffy bag affair

Supported by Months after a UK parliamentary committee concluded that Bradley Wiggins and Team Sky had exploited TUE rules to gain a legal but unethical advantage, the 2012 Tour winner has hinted that persons unnamed had acted in a sinister manner. “There are things that have come to light with this whole thing, that...


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Photo gallery: a day for the breakaway on stage 14 at the Tour

Statistically, the long-range breakaway’s not a great place to be – the teams gunning for the stage win from the peloton behind almost invariably have a numerical advantage and the motivation to drive the catch, while those up the road wilt after a hard day’s efforts. But some days are made for the breakaway. Stage … The post Photo gallery: a day for the breakaway on stage 14 at the Tour appeared first on CyclingTips. ...


The rise of Roglic, Sky’s new problem

Supported by Maybe the team to take on Sky isn’t Movistar. Maybe it’s a couple quiet, understated men from LottoNL-Jumbo. They sat on trainers, Steven Kruijswijk and Primož Roglic. Cooling down, as all teams do these days. Kruijswijk spoke first. I couldn’t make out what he said. Roglic responded, and I could hear th...


Today at the Tour: Tom Dumoulin’s dilemma

Tom Dumoulin is arguably the strongest GC rider at this Tour de France. But when will he take the opportunity to prove it The final kilometres of Stage 14, finishing at Mende, mirrored what we saw at La Rosičre and l’Alpe d’Huez — Dumoulin, along with Team Sky teammates Geraint Thomas and Chris Froome are riding … The post Today at the Tour: Tom Dumoulin’s dilemma appeared first on CyclingTips. ...


GC a four-rider battle, Ask Gogl not Google: Daily News Digest

Supported by Welcome to your Daily News Digest. Here’s what’s happening today: Fireworks, nap, Fireworks. Saturday’s jaunt across the region of Occitanie in southern France started with a bang, as crosswinds split the peloton to pieces. However, the day soon turned into a snoozer with the breakaway ...


Fraile blasts to solo victory on stage 14 of the Tour de France, GC gaps grow

Launching his big move on the day’s short, steep final climb, Omar Fraile (Astana) overhauled lone leader Jasper Stuyven (Trek-Segafredo) and sped to his first Tour de France stage win on Saturday. The Spaniard went over the summit several seconds clear of Stuyven and King of the Mountains Julian Alaphilippe (QuickStep Floors), then plummeted down … The post Fraile blasts to solo victory on stage 14 of the Tour de France, GC gaps grow appeared first on CyclingTips. ...


Wiggins claims ‘sinister’ facts have emerged in relation to Jiffy bag affair

Supported by Months after a UK parliamentary committee concluded that Bradley Wiggins and Team Sky had exploited TUE rules to gain a legal but unethical advantage, the 2012 Tour winner has hinted that persons unnamed had acted in a sinister manner. “There are things that have come to light with this whole thing, that...


Garmin Speed & Cadence Sensor - 010-12104-00 - Nutrition sku

- 010-12104-00 by Garmin

Item description: This Nutrition GPS product is by Garmin - Garmin Speed & Cadence SensorTracking your speed and cadence has never been so easy. Garmin's Speed & Cadence Sensor is really simple and straightforward to fit and install. All you have to do is attach Garmin's Speed Sensor to the front or rear hub and it will self-calibrate with your Garmin Edge. For you Cadence Sensor, simply attach to the crank arm Lightweight, compact, and durable, this Garmin Speed & Cadence Sensor will provide current, average, and maximum speed and cadence data For a complete list of compatible devices, click here Features: Simply attach the sensors and rideWith no magnets or other exposed parts to line up, these sensors are easy to install, maintain and move between bikesThe cadence sensor fastens to any crank arm size and measures pedal strokes per minute so you can get the most out of your trainingThe speed sensor attaches to the hub of either wheel and self-calibrates with your Edge® to give you accurate speed and distance at all times, including indoors on the turbo trainerCombine them both and improve your personal best or see where your stand against the prosBuy Garmin Nutrition & Training from Chain Reaction Cycles, the World's Largest Online Bike Store.... Learn More

Manufacturer: Garmin

Category: GPS

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