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Photo gallery: Fans, flares, and fireworks in the Tour’s most famous stadium

For a time it looked like Steven Kruijswijk had pulled off an almighty coup. His long-range attack from the breakaway caught Team Sky on the backfoot and the Dutchman started the legendary Alpe d’Huez climb with an advantage of 4:20. It looked like enough for Kruijswijk to hold on for the stage victory, if not … The post Photo gallery: Fans, flares, and fireworks in the Tour’s most famous stadium appeared first on CyclingTips. ...


Mass exodus of sprinters; Nibali out after crash: Daily News Digest

Supported by Welcome to your Daily News Digest. Here’s what’s happening today: It was a legendary day at the Tour for the final day in the Alps. Alpe d’Huez demonstrated why it is one of the most mythical climbs in cycling. The GC contenders laid it all on the line attacking relentlessly, while at the bac...


Today at the Tour: The audacity of Steven Kruijswijk

Who does that Who attacks a stacked breakaway group 73km from the finish line on a major mountain stage while sitting sixth overall at the Tour de France Who rides alone, across two Hors Categorie climbs in the Alps, with the all-star roster of Team Sky chasing behind Steven Kruijswijk does that. The 31-year-old Dutch … The post Today at the Tour: The audacity of Steven Kruijswijk appeared first on CyclingTips. ...


Alpe d’Huez glory in yellow: Thomas wins stage 12 of the Tour de France

Having won Wednesday’s 11th stage and taken the yellow jersey, Geraint Thomas was again first to the line on Thursday’s stage to Alpe d’Huez. The Team Sky rider rode for Chris Froome on the final climb but was able to come back to him after his subsequent attack was snuffed out by Tom Dumoulin (Team … The post Alpe d’Huez glory in yellow: Thomas wins stage 12 of the Tour de France appeared first on CyclingTips. ...


Cavendish pledges Tour return: ‘I’ll just try to come back stronger next year’

Supported by If there was any uncertainty about Mark Cavendish’s future in the sport after his disappointing Tour de France campaign, that has been dismissed by the Team Dimension Data rider. Speaking after he and teammate Mark Renshaw finished a long way outside the time cut on Wednesday’s 11th stage of the Tour, Ca...


Photo gallery: A brief but brutal second day in the Alps at the Tour

If we have to summarise the Tour’s eleventh stage in a sentence, it probably goes something like this: 108 kilometres, four thousand metres of climbing and numerous brave but ultimately futile attempts to unseat the Team Sky armada. But there’s plenty that brief summary doesn’t encapsulate in a spectacular second day’s racing through the Alps. … The post Photo gallery: A brief but brutal second day in the Alps at the Tour appeared first on CyclingTips. ...


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Photo gallery: Fans, flares, and fireworks in the Tour’s most famous stadium

For a time it looked like Steven Kruijswijk had pulled off an almighty coup. His long-range attack from the breakaway caught Team Sky on the backfoot and the Dutchman started the legendary Alpe d’Huez climb with an advantage of 4:20. It looked like enough for Kruijswijk to hold on for the stage victory, if not … The post Photo gallery: Fans, flares, and fireworks in the Tour’s most famous stadium appeared first on CyclingTips. ...


Mass exodus of sprinters; Nibali out after crash: Daily News Digest

Supported by Welcome to your Daily News Digest. Here’s what’s happening today: It was a legendary day at the Tour for the final day in the Alps. Alpe d’Huez demonstrated why it is one of the most mythical climbs in cycling. The GC contenders laid it all on the line attacking relentlessly, while at the bac...


Today at the Tour: The audacity of Steven Kruijswijk

Who does that Who attacks a stacked breakaway group 73km from the finish line on a major mountain stage while sitting sixth overall at the Tour de France Who rides alone, across two Hors Categorie climbs in the Alps, with the all-star roster of Team Sky chasing behind Steven Kruijswijk does that. The 31-year-old Dutch … The post Today at the Tour: The audacity of Steven Kruijswijk appeared first on CyclingTips. ...


Alpe d’Huez glory in yellow: Thomas wins stage 12 of the Tour de France

Having won Wednesday’s 11th stage and taken the yellow jersey, Geraint Thomas was again first to the line on Thursday’s stage to Alpe d’Huez. The Team Sky rider rode for Chris Froome on the final climb but was able to come back to him after his subsequent attack was snuffed out by Tom Dumoulin (Team … The post Alpe d’Huez glory in yellow: Thomas wins stage 12 of the Tour de France appeared first on CyclingTips. ...


Cavendish pledges Tour return: ‘I’ll just try to come back stronger next year’

Supported by If there was any uncertainty about Mark Cavendish’s future in the sport after his disappointing Tour de France campaign, that has been dismissed by the Team Dimension Data rider. Speaking after he and teammate Mark Renshaw finished a long way outside the time cut on Wednesday’s 11th stage of the Tour, Ca...


Photo gallery: A brief but brutal second day in the Alps at the Tour

If we have to summarise the Tour’s eleventh stage in a sentence, it probably goes something like this: 108 kilometres, four thousand metres of climbing and numerous brave but ultimately futile attempts to unseat the Team Sky armada. But there’s plenty that brief summary doesn’t encapsulate in a spectacular second day’s racing through the Alps. … The post Photo gallery: A brief but brutal second day in the Alps at the Tour appeared first on CyclingTips. ...


Lezyne Macro GPS - L-1-GPS-MACRO-V104 - Nutrition sku

- L-1-GPS-MACRO-V104 by Lezyne

Item description: This Nutrition GPS product is by Lezyne - Lezyne Macro GPSFeaturing a large, sharp display, the Lezyne Macro GPS is packed with many advanced technologies in an easy to use and affordable package. The Bluetooth enabled device can pair through Lezyne's free Ally app to iOS and Android handhelds, in addition to Bluetooth compatible power meters, heart rate monitors and speed/cadence sensors. When connected to a handheld, the Macro GPS provides turn-by-turn navigation, live tracking and Strava Live Segments. Furthermore, the unit has pop-up email, text message and phone call notifications. An optimised GPS recording system tracks all important cycling data, and a customisable screen with up to five pages lets the user see all the info they want to see. The battery that can last up to 22 hours provides plenty of juice for all-day epics Here is a full list of sensor and device compatibility Features: Optimised, easy to read display with backlight Durable, compact composite construction Optimised GPS data recording system Bluetooth Smart connectivity Multiple real-time features when paired to the Lezyne Ally app Intuitive four button operation Lithium polymer battery provides up to 22 hours of runtime Micro USB rechargeable Stores up to 100 hours of ride data Customisable fields and page count Custom alerts and auto pre-sets Extremely weather resistant Includes X-Lock standard mount Weight: 76gConnectivity: Receive text, email and phone call notifications when paired with Bluetooth Smart enabled iOS or Android devices Sync rides via Bluetooth Smart to the Lezyne Ally phone app Instant download of ride files (.fit) via plug-and-play flash drive technology (Windows/Mac) and upload directly to GPS Root website for ride analysis Compatible with third-party sites like Strava and TrainingPeaks Pairs with Bluetooth Smart enabled heart rate monitors, cadence/speed sensors and power meters Connects with compatible electronic drivetrains Live tracking and Strava segments Turn-by-turn navigationDisplay Data: Turn-by-turn navigation Live Tracking and Strava segments Heart Rate: Current, Average, Max Cadence: Current, Average Power: (6 data display options) Speed: Current, Average, Max Distance: Current, Trip Total, Trip 2, Odometer Time: Ride Time, Clock Date Laps and lap averages Elevation: Ascent, Descent, Current Calories Temperature GPS signal strength Battery life indicator for device and paired peripherals Connected devices icons Bread crumb trail pageBuy Lezyne Nutrition & Training from Chain Reaction Cycl... Learn More

Manufacturer: Lezyne

Category: GPS

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