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To beat Sky, there has to be a willingness to try

There was a willingness to try, and maybe that’s all we can ask for Fifty-four long kilometers remained when Alejandro Valverde hit out. Part of the Roseland and all of the final climb to La Rosiere ahead. “Thinks he’s Froome, eh” someone joked in the press room. But it was all planned: feeds at the … The post To beat Sky, there has to be a willingness to try appeared first on CyclingTips. ...


Today at the Tour: Tactics no match for Team Sky’s collective strength

For a brief moment, it looked as though Team Sky was in difficulty. On La Rosiere, the final of four categorized climbs on the relatively short Stage 11, Tom Dumoulin and Alejandro Valverde were 40 seconds up the road, and were closing in on the remnants of the day’s breakaway. Team Sky was lined up … The post Today at the Tour: Tactics no match for Team Sky’s collective strength appeared first on CyclingTips. ...


Cavendish sent home; Nieve left empty-handed: Daily News Digest

Supported by Welcome to your Daily News Digest. Here’s what’s happening today: On stage 11, “Lady Luck” of the Tour de France turned her back on a certain champion and demonstrated just how cruel she can be to the riders of the Grande Boucle. A brutal 108.5-kilometre stage, which included 48.3 kilometres ...


Photo gallery: 2018 Crusher in the Tushar

The Crusher in the Tushar once again proved anything but predictable in both the weather and riders that would be standing on the podium in Beaver, Utah. By Saturday afternoon, two first-time winners proved to be up to whatever challenge the Tushar Mountains could dish out, with Lauren De Crescenzo (DNA Cycling) having an incredible … The post Photo gallery: 2018 Crusher in the Tushar appeared first on CyclingTips. ...


Thomas grabs yellow jersey with solo win on stage 11 of Tour de France

Geraint Thomas started the Tour’s 11th stage second overall in the general classification, and in line to take over the yellow jersey if Greg Van Avermaet (BMC Racing Team) cracked. The Belgian did indeed falter in the high mountains, with Thomas proved best in the hunt for the stage win and reaching the line first. … The post Thomas grabs yellow jersey with solo win on stage 11 of Tour de France appeared first on CyclingTips. ...


Photo gallery: The emotion of that thrilling finish at La Course 2018

It looked like it was all over. With 500 metres to go even the tenacious Annemiek van Vleuten (Mitchelton-Scott) was convinced she wouldn’t be defending her La Course title at this year’s mountainous 112.5 kilometre event, which ran alongside stage 10 of the Tour de France. The Giro Rosa winner had just flown down the Col de … The post Photo gallery: The emotion of that thrilling finish at La Course 2018 appeared first on CyclingTips. ...


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To beat Sky, there has to be a willingness to try

There was a willingness to try, and maybe that’s all we can ask for Fifty-four long kilometers remained when Alejandro Valverde hit out. Part of the Roseland and all of the final climb to La Rosiere ahead. “Thinks he’s Froome, eh” someone joked in the press room. But it was all planned: feeds at the … The post To beat Sky, there has to be a willingness to try appeared first on CyclingTips. ...


Today at the Tour: Tactics no match for Team Sky’s collective strength

For a brief moment, it looked as though Team Sky was in difficulty. On La Rosiere, the final of four categorized climbs on the relatively short Stage 11, Tom Dumoulin and Alejandro Valverde were 40 seconds up the road, and were closing in on the remnants of the day’s breakaway. Team Sky was lined up … The post Today at the Tour: Tactics no match for Team Sky’s collective strength appeared first on CyclingTips. ...


Cavendish sent home; Nieve left empty-handed: Daily News Digest

Supported by Welcome to your Daily News Digest. Here’s what’s happening today: On stage 11, “Lady Luck” of the Tour de France turned her back on a certain champion and demonstrated just how cruel she can be to the riders of the Grande Boucle. A brutal 108.5-kilometre stage, which included 48.3 kilometres ...


Photo gallery: 2018 Crusher in the Tushar

The Crusher in the Tushar once again proved anything but predictable in both the weather and riders that would be standing on the podium in Beaver, Utah. By Saturday afternoon, two first-time winners proved to be up to whatever challenge the Tushar Mountains could dish out, with Lauren De Crescenzo (DNA Cycling) having an incredible … The post Photo gallery: 2018 Crusher in the Tushar appeared first on CyclingTips. ...


Thomas grabs yellow jersey with solo win on stage 11 of Tour de France

Geraint Thomas started the Tour’s 11th stage second overall in the general classification, and in line to take over the yellow jersey if Greg Van Avermaet (BMC Racing Team) cracked. The Belgian did indeed falter in the high mountains, with Thomas proved best in the hunt for the stage win and reaching the line first. … The post Thomas grabs yellow jersey with solo win on stage 11 of Tour de France appeared first on CyclingTips. ...


Photo gallery: The emotion of that thrilling finish at La Course 2018

It looked like it was all over. With 500 metres to go even the tenacious Annemiek van Vleuten (Mitchelton-Scott) was convinced she wouldn’t be defending her La Course title at this year’s mountainous 112.5 kilometre event, which ran alongside stage 10 of the Tour de France. The Giro Rosa winner had just flown down the Col de … The post Photo gallery: The emotion of that thrilling finish at La Course 2018 appeared first on CyclingTips. ...


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Item description: This Accessories Lights product is by Moon - Moon Meteor-X Auto Front LightThe Moon Meteor X Auto Front Light is a bright eye-catching light, producing a focused 450-lumens. It features an improved cooling system which manages heat so your battery and light will last longer As well as having a heat dissipating aluminium body, the circuit boards within the light are copper coated which helps manage the temperature and aid performance Features:LEDs: 1 CREE XP G2 LEDBrightness: 450 lumensBattery: Removable and RechargeableRun Time: From 57hours (Daytime flash mode 450 lumens)Charge Time: 3 hoursCharging: RechargeableBattery Life Indicator: YesMounting: Simple rubber strap fitmentLight modes: 7 light modesFront/Rear/Set: FrontWeight: 84gBuy Moon Accessories from Chain Reaction Cycles, the World's Largest Online Bike Store.... Learn More

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