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Today at the Tour: Alaphilippe’s emotional day in the Alps

He plays the drums. He was a junior cyclocross star. He can pop a mean wheelie. And now, Julian Alaphilippe is a Tour de France stage winner. On Stage 10 from Annecy to Le Grand-Bornand, the 26-year-old Frenchman took his first Tour stage win by riding into the daylong breakaway and then catching lone leader … The post Today at the Tour: Alaphilippe’s emotional day in the Alps appeared first on CyclingTips. ...


Tales of the Tour: The happy tears of Cecilie

Supported by It looked like Cecilie Uttrup Ludwig was crying, and she was, but it also sounded like she was laughing. She was laughing. She sat on the pavement two hundred meters after the finish line in Le Grand Bornand and bubbled over like a science fair volcano. “It was absolutely amazing,” she said. Happy tears ...


Maillot jaune goes on the attack; Van Vleuten defends at La Course: Daily News Digest

Supported by Welcome to your Daily News Digest. Here’s what’s happening today: When a rider puts on the maillot jaune, magical things tend to happen. Think back to the 2004 Tour de France when a baby-faced 25-year-old Thomas Voeckler grabbed the world’s attention as he held onto the yellow jersey fo...


Alaphilippe shines, Van Avermaet extends on mountainous stage 10 of Tour de France

Young Frenchman Julian Alaphilippe took a superb victory at the Tour de France on Tuesday, winning the race’s first big mountain stage at Le Grand Bornand. The QuickStep Floors rider was active right from the start, being part of the day’s big breakaway, picking up big mountain points over the day’s summits and then striking … The post Alaphilippe shines, Van Avermaet extends on mountainous stage 10 of Tour de France appeared first on CyclingTips. ...


Tour de France tech: Creeping saddles and shortening crankarms

The quest to minimize aerodynamic drag has driven the majority of equipment changes in pro racing, from airplane-like frames and wheels, to bullet-like helmets and skin-tight clothing. We’ve already seen the move to narrower handlebars in recent years for the same reason, and now we’re seeing two more positioning trends designed to help riders move … The post Tour de France tech: Creeping saddles and shortening crankarms appeared first on CyclingTips. ...


Richie Porte looks to Vuelta and Worlds after untimely Tour de France exit

Supported by For the second year running, Richie Porte (BMC) didn’t get to enjoy the first rest day of the Tour de France with his BMC teammates. Instead, for the second year running, he spent the day coming to terms with a frustrating, painful and premature end to his Tour campaign. “Obviously disappointed,” said Po...


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Today at the Tour: Alaphilippe’s emotional day in the Alps

He plays the drums. He was a junior cyclocross star. He can pop a mean wheelie. And now, Julian Alaphilippe is a Tour de France stage winner. On Stage 10 from Annecy to Le Grand-Bornand, the 26-year-old Frenchman took his first Tour stage win by riding into the daylong breakaway and then catching lone leader … The post Today at the Tour: Alaphilippe’s emotional day in the Alps appeared first on CyclingTips. ...


Tales of the Tour: The happy tears of Cecilie

Supported by It looked like Cecilie Uttrup Ludwig was crying, and she was, but it also sounded like she was laughing. She was laughing. She sat on the pavement two hundred meters after the finish line in Le Grand Bornand and bubbled over like a science fair volcano. “It was absolutely amazing,” she said. Happy tears ...


Maillot jaune goes on the attack; Van Vleuten defends at La Course: Daily News Digest

Supported by Welcome to your Daily News Digest. Here’s what’s happening today: When a rider puts on the maillot jaune, magical things tend to happen. Think back to the 2004 Tour de France when a baby-faced 25-year-old Thomas Voeckler grabbed the world’s attention as he held onto the yellow jersey fo...


Alaphilippe shines, Van Avermaet extends on mountainous stage 10 of Tour de France

Young Frenchman Julian Alaphilippe took a superb victory at the Tour de France on Tuesday, winning the race’s first big mountain stage at Le Grand Bornand. The QuickStep Floors rider was active right from the start, being part of the day’s big breakaway, picking up big mountain points over the day’s summits and then striking … The post Alaphilippe shines, Van Avermaet extends on mountainous stage 10 of Tour de France appeared first on CyclingTips. ...


Tour de France tech: Creeping saddles and shortening crankarms

The quest to minimize aerodynamic drag has driven the majority of equipment changes in pro racing, from airplane-like frames and wheels, to bullet-like helmets and skin-tight clothing. We’ve already seen the move to narrower handlebars in recent years for the same reason, and now we’re seeing two more positioning trends designed to help riders move … The post Tour de France tech: Creeping saddles and shortening crankarms appeared first on CyclingTips. ...


Richie Porte looks to Vuelta and Worlds after untimely Tour de France exit

Supported by For the second year running, Richie Porte (BMC) didn’t get to enjoy the first rest day of the Tour de France with his BMC teammates. Instead, for the second year running, he spent the day coming to terms with a frustrating, painful and premature end to his Tour campaign. “Obviously disappointed,” said Po...


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Item description: This Accessories Lights product is by Lezyne - Lezyne Strip Drive Front LightThe Lezyne Strip Drive Front Light features a co-moulded body sealing it against the worst weather. Thanks to the shape of the body, the Strip Drive has a wide variety of mounting options. The rubber end cap conceals an integrated USB stick for convenient cable-free recharging of the Li-Poly battery Features:Max Lumens: 120Run Time with Max Lumens: 9hrs30Size: 87x37x34mmWaterproof: Yes (FL1 Standard)Light Modes: 9 ModesWeight: 69g (Without Strap Mount)Buy Lezyne Accessories from Chain Reaction Cycles, the World's Largest Online Bike Store.... Learn More

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