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It was a who’s who of professional cycling. Barreling down the Poggio, the final climb of Milan-San Remo, was a handful of the top riders in the sport, all in with a shot at winning the first Monument of the season. A few minutes later, that group had swelled to a dozen. There would be … The post The weekly spin: Breaking down Alaphilippe’s perfect day at Milan-San Remo appeared first on CyclingTips. ...


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Knog Pop R Rear Light - KNOG-11812 by Knog

Item description: This Accessories Lights product is by Knog - Knog Pop R Rear LightWhat some love, might not be so loved by others. So, instead of compromising, Knog have made 10x designs for three lights. Some are mild. Some are wild. But the striking form does not outshine the excellent function. Super bright, AA battery-powered, long runtimes, replaceable straps, and side illumination Features:Materials: PC-ABS plastic housing and polycarbonate lensLight Output: 5 lumensDimensions: 25x25x70mmBattery: 2x AA BatteryRun Time: 7 hrs (steady), 200 hrs (eco flash)LEDs: 1x Super-bright SMT LED Side Illumination: Giving riders 180° visibilityButton: Longer button push on (0 75sec) prevents accidental activation of light. Short presses switch modes continuously Low Battery Indicator: A red LED will shine from the front of the light when the batteries are low. This LED will remain on for 5 seconds after the light is switched off to indicate that batteries need changingAttachment: Tool-less attachment for handlebars and frames of 22-32mm diameterWeight: 53gBuy Knog Accessories from Chain Reaction Cycles, the World's Largest Online Bike Store.... Learn More

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