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Sitting down with Egan Bernal: Lessons learned, and what lies ahead

Supported by RÍONEGRO, Colombia — Last August, Egan Bernal opened his eyes and realized he was in a hospital bed. He looked around, unable to remember what happened to him. He knew he had finished the Tour de France. He wasn’t not sure if he had raced, or crashed out of, the Vuelta a España. It was not … ...


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In this edition of Bikes of the Bunch, VeloClub member Richard Greaney tells us the story behind his Bianchi Specialissima X-4, which spent almost 10 years in his shed before he decided to tackle its resurrection. When it comes to rescuing a classic road bike, there are three schools of thought. The first is to … The post Bikes of the Bunch: Bianchi Specialissima X-4 appeared first on CyclingTips. ...


Merckx avoids corruption trial; Molano steps in for Gaviria: Daily News Digest

Supported by Welcome to your Daily News Digest. Here’s what’s happening today: After a corruption case toiled in Belgian court for 11 years, Eddy Merckx will not face prosecution. Team UAE-Emirates lost a Colombian sprinter to illness at Tour Colombia, but replaced him with another — who went on to win im...


Fighting gravity, and the ordinary, at the Red Bull Bay Climb

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How ‘green waves’ can make city riding better

As you ride along Albert Street in Melbourne’s inner east there’s no indication of anything remarkable or out of the ordinary. It feels like the same inner-city street it was before; one of the most cyclist-friendly access points for those from the east. But behind the scenes, there’s been a meaningful change to the way … The post How ‘green waves’ can make city riding better appeared first on CyclingTips. ...


Costa’s new path; Team Sky look to Colombia; Tour team squeeze: Daily News Digest

Supported by Welcome to your Daily News Digest. Here’s what’s happening today: Adrien Costa has a philosophical post-accident outlook, Team Sky are reportedly looking to Colombia for sponsorship, there’s a team squeeze at the Tour de France and Hodeg wins at home. Those stories and more in today’s D...


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Lezyne KTV2 Drive Front - L-1-LED-12F-V204 by Lezyne

Item description: This Accessories Lights product is by Lezyne - Lezyne KTV2 Drive FrontLezyne's KTV2 Drive Front is the ideal addition to your bike for riding on busy city roads. With its bright 70 lumens output you'll spot dangers well in advance plus you'll stand out to oncoming traffic. It also features side lens cutouts, which provide you with a 180-degree light beam and increases your visibility to other road users. Highly practical, the KTV2 Drive Front features power indicator LEDs and is charged via its integrated USB stick design Features: Compact and lightweight Water resistant Clip or strap mounting options Battery Type: Li-Ion Battery Included: Yes Battery Level Light: Yes Battery Position: Internal Bulb Type: LED Charge Time: 3 hours Power Plug Type: USB Output: 70 lumens EU Plug Supplied: No US Plug Supplied: NoBuy Lezyne Accessories from Chain Reaction Cycles, the World's Largest Online Bike Store.... Learn More

Manufacturer: Lezyne

Category: Lights

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