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Bikes of the Tour de France: Vincenzo Nibali, Taylor Phinney, Daryl Impey

Vincenzo Nibali’s Merida Reacto Team Sky is once again asserting its dominance in this year’s Tour de France (although perhaps not quite in the way people expected). With one week remaining in this year’s edition, the final general classification looks to be a three-way race (or maybe four) between Sky co-captains Chris Froome and Geraint … The post Bikes of the Tour de France: Vincenzo Nibali, Taylor Phinney, Daryl Impey appeared first on CyclingTips. ...


Five Iconic Climbs of the Tour

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Photo gallery: Cort wins stage 15 from the break, Kwiato’s rest-day celebration

Supported by Michal Kwiatkowski might have spoken for the entire peloton with his finish-line fist pump at the end of stage 15. The Polish champion hadn’t won the stage — in fact, he’d finished more than 13 minutes down on a day that was won from a big breakaway. Rather, the gesture seems to have be...


Today at the Tour: Team Sky’s Moscon problem

When you think about it, given Team Sky’s image problems, it’s remarkable that they’ve stood by Gianni Moscon as long as they have. Yes, the 24-year-old Italian is talented. He finished fifth in his second attempt at Paris-Roubaix and third on his first attempt at Il Lombardia. He’s Italy’s national time-trial champion, and he played … The post Today at the Tour: Team Sky’s Moscon problem appeared first on CyclingTips. ...


Greipel and Lotto split, Moscon sent home for fighting: Daily News Digest

Supported by Welcome to your Daily News Digest. Here’s what’s happening today: It was another day for the breakaway at the Tour de France, but, looking forward, the second rest day is upon us. The Pyrenees are on the horizon and the final week of the Tour de France is set to be full of fireworks. Three &#...


A day for the break: Cort Nielsen sprints to win stage 15 of Tour de France

Danish rider Magnus Cort Nielsen grabbed stage victory in his debut Tour on Sunday, winning a three man sprint after being part of the day’s long-distance breakaway. He outsprinted Ion Izagirre (Bahrain-Merida) and Bauke Mollema (Trek-Segafredo) into Carcassone, proving too quick for his rivals in the gallop. The trio were part of a 29 man … The post A day for the break: Cort Nielsen sprints to win stage 15 of Tour de France appeared first on CyclingTips. ...


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Bikes of the Tour de France: Vincenzo Nibali, Taylor Phinney, Daryl Impey

Vincenzo Nibali’s Merida Reacto Team Sky is once again asserting its dominance in this year’s Tour de France (although perhaps not quite in the way people expected). With one week remaining in this year’s edition, the final general classification looks to be a three-way race (or maybe four) between Sky co-captains Chris Froome and Geraint … The post Bikes of the Tour de France: Vincenzo Nibali, Taylor Phinney, Daryl Impey appeared first on CyclingTips. ...


Five Iconic Climbs of the Tour

The post Five Iconic Climbs of the Tour appeared first on CyclingTips. ...


Photo gallery: Cort wins stage 15 from the break, Kwiato’s rest-day celebration

Supported by Michal Kwiatkowski might have spoken for the entire peloton with his finish-line fist pump at the end of stage 15. The Polish champion hadn’t won the stage — in fact, he’d finished more than 13 minutes down on a day that was won from a big breakaway. Rather, the gesture seems to have be...


Today at the Tour: Team Sky’s Moscon problem

When you think about it, given Team Sky’s image problems, it’s remarkable that they’ve stood by Gianni Moscon as long as they have. Yes, the 24-year-old Italian is talented. He finished fifth in his second attempt at Paris-Roubaix and third on his first attempt at Il Lombardia. He’s Italy’s national time-trial champion, and he played … The post Today at the Tour: Team Sky’s Moscon problem appeared first on CyclingTips. ...


Greipel and Lotto split, Moscon sent home for fighting: Daily News Digest

Supported by Welcome to your Daily News Digest. Here’s what’s happening today: It was another day for the breakaway at the Tour de France, but, looking forward, the second rest day is upon us. The Pyrenees are on the horizon and the final week of the Tour de France is set to be full of fireworks. Three &#...


A day for the break: Cort Nielsen sprints to win stage 15 of Tour de France

Danish rider Magnus Cort Nielsen grabbed stage victory in his debut Tour on Sunday, winning a three man sprint after being part of the day’s long-distance breakaway. He outsprinted Ion Izagirre (Bahrain-Merida) and Bauke Mollema (Trek-Segafredo) into Carcassone, proving too quick for his rivals in the gallop. The trio were part of a 29 man … The post A day for the break: Cort Nielsen sprints to win stage 15 of Tour de France appeared first on CyclingTips. ...


Knog Blinder Road R70 Rear Light - KNOG-11758 - Accessories sku

- KNOG-11758 by Knog

Item description: This Accessories Lights product is by Knog - Knog Blinder Road R70 Rear LightThe Blinder Road R70 is the rear light for the discerning rider. With side illumination, dual and constant flash modes, and crazy power; you won’t find another light with as much brains and beauty. Coming with interchangeable straps & outputting 70 lumens of light Features:Materials: Polycarbonate housing and PMMA Lens. Hard-anodised aluminium fascia. UV-Resistant siliconeLight Output: 70 lumensDimensions: 27x76x52mmLight Modes: Steady, Fast flash, Chaser flash, Peleton, Eco-FlashBike Attachment: 3x interchangeable straps for post diameters measuring 22-32mm Lens: Collimated opticsConstant Bright Tech: Maintains consistent brightness throughout specified run-timeBattery: USB Rechargeable Lithium PolymerIntegrated USB Plug: Designed for the elements, 100% waterproofThermal Management: Automatically regulates the light output for optimum performanceWeight: 52gBuy Knog Accessories from Chain Reaction Cycles, the World's Largest Online Bike Store.... Learn More

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