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Porte withdraws from Worlds; Sunweb set to defend world TTT titles: Daily News Digest

Supported by Welcome to your Daily News Digest. Here’s what’s happening today: The 2018 world road championships are finally here and the team time trials kick off the week of racing for rainbow bands. Speaking of the rainbow bands, Australia’s chances of winning the elite men’s road race just...


Interbike 2018, day three: New Oakley helmets, power meters, and car racks

Much has been written and said in recent years about the long and steady decline of the Interbike trade show. What once was unquestionably one of the premier stops on the annual trade show circuit has seemingly now become more of a regional event with more of a local feel than a global one, and … The post Interbike 2018, day three: New Oakley helmets, power meters, and car racks appeared first on CyclingTips. ...


Taking a speed record: Denise Korenek on what it’s like to ride at 183.9 mph

Denise Korenek rode at an astonishing 183.932 miles per hour (296 km/h) earlier this week, going well beyond the previous world paced bicycle record as she flew along the salt flats of Utah. Korenek (formerly known as Mueller) committed to taking a tilt at Fred Rompelberg’s 1995 record of 167 mph, after two years ago … The post Taking a speed record: Denise Korenek on what it’s like to ride at 183.9 mph appeared first on CyclingTips. ...


Van Aert headed to court; Sosa contract in doubt: Daily News Digest

Supported by Welcome to your Daily News Digest. Here’s what’s happening today: The story surrounding world champion Wout van Aert and the sudden break up with his team is getting uglier by the day. Now it seems the courts will decide the outcome. Also, a young sensation may still be on the transfer market...


Interbike 2018, day two: Magnesium is back, slick rear hubs, and computer mounts galore

Magnesium is hardly a new material for bicycle frames. Kirk Precision brought a cast magnesium frame to market way back in 1986, and Pinarello used magnesium for its flagship models before transitioning to carbon. Now, upstart brand Allite is trying to bring the lightweight metal back into the mainstream with its proprietary Super Magnesium alloy, … The post Interbike 2018, day two: Magnesium is back, slick rear hubs, and computer mounts galore appeared first on CyclingTips. ...


The Secret Pro: We’re unionising against the union

Apologies — this is about to get political. Some of you might have seen my colleagues go on Twitter and complain about the CPA, the pro rider’s union. Or maybe you read Neal Rogers’ piece here — I did. If you saw either of those things, you’ll know there’s a bit of an uprising going … The post The Secret Pro: We’re unionising against the union appeared first on CyclingTips. ...


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Porte withdraws from Worlds; Sunweb set to defend world TTT titles: Daily News Digest

Supported by Welcome to your Daily News Digest. Here’s what’s happening today: The 2018 world road championships are finally here and the team time trials kick off the week of racing for rainbow bands. Speaking of the rainbow bands, Australia’s chances of winning the elite men’s road race just...


Interbike 2018, day three: New Oakley helmets, power meters, and car racks

Much has been written and said in recent years about the long and steady decline of the Interbike trade show. What once was unquestionably one of the premier stops on the annual trade show circuit has seemingly now become more of a regional event with more of a local feel than a global one, and … The post Interbike 2018, day three: New Oakley helmets, power meters, and car racks appeared first on CyclingTips. ...


Taking a speed record: Denise Korenek on what it’s like to ride at 183.9 mph

Denise Korenek rode at an astonishing 183.932 miles per hour (296 km/h) earlier this week, going well beyond the previous world paced bicycle record as she flew along the salt flats of Utah. Korenek (formerly known as Mueller) committed to taking a tilt at Fred Rompelberg’s 1995 record of 167 mph, after two years ago … The post Taking a speed record: Denise Korenek on what it’s like to ride at 183.9 mph appeared first on CyclingTips. ...


Van Aert headed to court; Sosa contract in doubt: Daily News Digest

Supported by Welcome to your Daily News Digest. Here’s what’s happening today: The story surrounding world champion Wout van Aert and the sudden break up with his team is getting uglier by the day. Now it seems the courts will decide the outcome. Also, a young sensation may still be on the transfer market...


Interbike 2018, day two: Magnesium is back, slick rear hubs, and computer mounts galore

Magnesium is hardly a new material for bicycle frames. Kirk Precision brought a cast magnesium frame to market way back in 1986, and Pinarello used magnesium for its flagship models before transitioning to carbon. Now, upstart brand Allite is trying to bring the lightweight metal back into the mainstream with its proprietary Super Magnesium alloy, … The post Interbike 2018, day two: Magnesium is back, slick rear hubs, and computer mounts galore appeared first on CyclingTips. ...


The Secret Pro: We’re unionising against the union

Apologies — this is about to get political. Some of you might have seen my colleagues go on Twitter and complain about the CPA, the pro rider’s union. Or maybe you read Neal Rogers’ piece here — I did. If you saw either of those things, you’ll know there’s a bit of an uprising going … The post The Secret Pro: We’re unionising against the union appeared first on CyclingTips. ...


SKU-KNOG-11760 Knog Blinder Road 250 Light Set from Chain Reaction  sku

Knog Blinder Road 250 Light Set - KNOG-11760 by Knog

Item description: This Accessories Lights product is by Knog - Knog Blinder Road 250 Light SetThe Blinder Road twin packs are Hi-powered bike lights specifically designed for road cycling. Delivering a colossal 250-lumen beam of light at the front and 70 lumens at the rear, they're the first Blinder lights of their kind to give rider’s 100% visibility and freedom at night The Knog Blinder Road 250 is a super-compact, super-light, USB rechargeable, waterproof, integrated silicone package Features:Materials: Polycarbonate housing and PMMA Lens. Hard-anodised aluminium fascia. UV-Resistant silicone Output: Front-250 lumens, rear-70 LumensDimensions: Front-53x30x63mm, rear-27x76x52mmFront Light Modes: Total of 8 light modes: narrow, high, dual beam & flash in both high and lowRear Light Modes: 5 light modes: 1.Steady, 2.Fast, 3.Chaser, 4.Peleton, 5. Eco-FlashRun Times (front): Narrow Beam; 1-2 hours, Wide Beam; 1-2 hours; Dual Beam; 2-3 hours, Flashing; 3-6 hoursRun Times (rear): 3.5 hours in Steady mode, 4 hours in Fast, 5 hours in Chaser, 13 hours in Peloton Mode and 20 hours in Eco-FlashBike Attachment: Front Light - Two removable silicone straps for bars 22-28mm & 29-35mm. Helmet mount included. // Rear Light - Tool-less attachment for standard rear posts measuring 22-32mmLens: Use of an optic design to provide a balanced ratio of beam width and distance to safely illuminate you and the path aheadConstant Current Drive 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 performance Weight: Front-75g, rear-52gBuy Knog Accessories from Chain Reaction Cycles, the World's Largest Online Bike Store.... Learn More

Manufacturer: Knog

Category: Lights

$134.99

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