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Froome bounces back on Monte Zoncolan to win stage 14 of Giro d’Italia

Chris Froome began his fightback from a big deficit at the Giro d’Italia, winning stage 14 to Monte Zoncolan after an attack on the final climb. The Team Sky rider made his move with 4.3 kilometres remaining and while race leader Simon Yates (Mitchelton-Scott) later set off in pursuit, he ran out of road and … The post Froome bounces back on Monte Zoncolan to win stage 14 of Giro d’Italia appeared first on CyclingTips. ...


CyclingTips Podcast: Team doc duties, Tim Johnson analysis, and Lachlan Morton’s introspection

In this episode, Caley Fretz catches up with former pro Tim Johnson to break down the final stage of the Amgen Tour of California and analyze the top sprinters ahead of the Tour de France.  Plus, a chat with Rally doctor Kelby Bethards about what it takes to keep his team moving and thoughts on … The post CyclingTips Podcast: Team doc duties, Tim Johnson analysis, and Lachlan Morton’s introspection appeared first on CyclingTips. ...


Viviani bounces back, points battle rages, Zoncolan unknown to Yates: Daily News Digest

Supported by Welcome to your Daily News Digest. Here’s what’s happening today: Viviani bounces back with third stage win; points jersey battle to make for intense final week; Simon Yates says he knows ‘nothing’ about the Zoncolan; the Tour of Norway and more… Dispatches from the Giro d&#...


CyclingTips Podcast: ATOC Tahoe preview and Kendall Ryan’s big stuffed bear

Fernando Gaviria took his second stage win and Kendall Ryan took her first ever leader’s jersey in Elk Grove, California on Thursday. Caley Fretz is on the ground at the race and chats with Ian Boswell about the speed of the peloton (he says it’s faster) and Toms Skujins about his breakaway confidence and his … The post CyclingTips Podcast: ATOC Tahoe preview and Kendall Ryan’s big stuffed bear appeared first on CyclingTips. ...


Bikes of the Bunch: Parlee Z-Zero Disc

As an owner of many nice bikes, Sydney-based rider Peter Howie is insistent on one selection criteria: Each new bike has to be noticeably different than the last. Coming back from a separated clavicle, Howie’s custom Mosaic just didn’t fit him the same anymore, and so, the quest for the next perfect bike restarted. There … The post Bikes of the Bunch: Parlee Z-Zero Disc appeared first on CyclingTips. ...


Cannondale unveils redesigned F-Si hardtail and radical Lefty Ocho suspension fork

Who says high-end cross-country hardtails are dead While lightweight full-suspension rigs are becoming more common on the World Cup circuit, they still can’t match a good hardtail for pure climbing speed, and Cannondale has just announced the second generation of its F-Si carbon thoroughbred. Claimed weight on the top-end Hi-Mod version drops to a staggering … The post Cannondale unveils redesigned F-Si hardtail and radical Lefty Ocho suspension fork appeared first on CyclingTips. ...


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Froome bounces back on Monte Zoncolan to win stage 14 of Giro d’Italia

Chris Froome began his fightback from a big deficit at the Giro d’Italia, winning stage 14 to Monte Zoncolan after an attack on the final climb. The Team Sky rider made his move with 4.3 kilometres remaining and while race leader Simon Yates (Mitchelton-Scott) later set off in pursuit, he ran out of road and … The post Froome bounces back on Monte Zoncolan to win stage 14 of Giro d’Italia appeared first on CyclingTips. ...


CyclingTips Podcast: Team doc duties, Tim Johnson analysis, and Lachlan Morton’s introspection

In this episode, Caley Fretz catches up with former pro Tim Johnson to break down the final stage of the Amgen Tour of California and analyze the top sprinters ahead of the Tour de France.  Plus, a chat with Rally doctor Kelby Bethards about what it takes to keep his team moving and thoughts on … The post CyclingTips Podcast: Team doc duties, Tim Johnson analysis, and Lachlan Morton’s introspection appeared first on CyclingTips. ...


Viviani bounces back, points battle rages, Zoncolan unknown to Yates: Daily News Digest

Supported by Welcome to your Daily News Digest. Here’s what’s happening today: Viviani bounces back with third stage win; points jersey battle to make for intense final week; Simon Yates says he knows ‘nothing’ about the Zoncolan; the Tour of Norway and more… Dispatches from the Giro d&#...


CyclingTips Podcast: ATOC Tahoe preview and Kendall Ryan’s big stuffed bear

Fernando Gaviria took his second stage win and Kendall Ryan took her first ever leader’s jersey in Elk Grove, California on Thursday. Caley Fretz is on the ground at the race and chats with Ian Boswell about the speed of the peloton (he says it’s faster) and Toms Skujins about his breakaway confidence and his … The post CyclingTips Podcast: ATOC Tahoe preview and Kendall Ryan’s big stuffed bear appeared first on CyclingTips. ...


Bikes of the Bunch: Parlee Z-Zero Disc

As an owner of many nice bikes, Sydney-based rider Peter Howie is insistent on one selection criteria: Each new bike has to be noticeably different than the last. Coming back from a separated clavicle, Howie’s custom Mosaic just didn’t fit him the same anymore, and so, the quest for the next perfect bike restarted. There … The post Bikes of the Bunch: Parlee Z-Zero Disc appeared first on CyclingTips. ...


Cannondale unveils redesigned F-Si hardtail and radical Lefty Ocho suspension fork

Who says high-end cross-country hardtails are dead While lightweight full-suspension rigs are becoming more common on the World Cup circuit, they still can’t match a good hardtail for pure climbing speed, and Cannondale has just announced the second generation of its F-Si carbon thoroughbred. Claimed weight on the top-end Hi-Mod version drops to a staggering … The post Cannondale unveils redesigned F-Si hardtail and radical Lefty Ocho suspension fork appeared first on CyclingTips. ...


Lezyne KTV Drive Front & Rear Light Set - L-1-LED-12P-V106 - Accessories sku

- L-1-LED-12P-V106 by Lezyne

Item description: This Accessories Lights product is by Lezyne - Lezyne KTV Drive Front & Rear Light SetThe Lezyne KTV Drive light set features a bright, ultra-compact, 15 lm safety light and 7 lumen taillight. The CNC –machined aluminium body is lightweight, durable, and extremely weather-resistant The Composite Matrix back clip features the Clip-On System, with movable clip, for versatile strapped or clipped mounting. The multi-position silicon rubber strap attaches directly to the back plate to secure the light to a wide range of handle bar diameters. The Side Visibility lens extends beyond the body providing 180 degrees visibility, and increasing user safety. The bottom cap can be removed to reveal it's integrated USB stick, making recharging convenient and cable free. Features: Front Light: Material: Aluminium CNC machined, Composite Matrix Lumens: 15 Modes: Flash, Pulse, Solid Run Time: 4hrs 30min constant beam to 9hrs 30min on flash Weight: 50g Rear Light: Material: Aluminium CNC machined, Composite Matrix Lumens: 7 Modes: Flash, Pulse, Solid Run Time: 3hrs 15min constant beam to 8hrs 30min on flash Weight: 50g Technologies: Clip On System: Clip-On System is a patent-pending, dual purpose, universal clip and strap attachment system, integrated into the back cap of the LED light. Intelligent Power Indicator: Red, green, and blue LEDs inside the button show the battery power levels during use and recharging. USB Rechargeable: Included Micro USB cables or integrated USB sticks can be plugged into a computer or wall outlet adaptor for convenient and fast recharging of LED lights. Side Visibility: A unique body and lens design that allows for 180 degrees of visibility, increasing user safety when operating at night. Weather Resistant: Lezyne lights are precision engineered and manufactured with quality to deliver extreme weather and water resistance. German Customers Please Note: Wichtiger Hinweis: Dieses Produkt darf in Deutschland nicht an Fahrzeugen im Sinne der Straßenverkehrszulassungsordnung verwendet werden. Important notice: In Germany, this product may not be used on vehicles in the meaning of the Road Traffic Admission Ordinance. Buy Lezyne Lights from Chain Reaction Cycles, the World's Largest Online Bike Store.... Learn More

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Category: Lights

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