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The weekly spin: Thibaut Pinot, pro cycling’s most mortal star

You couldn’t help but cheer on Thibaut Pinot in the final 15km of Il Lombardia. Why In part, because Pinot was in the underdog role, battling against last year’s winner, Vincenzo Nibali, a champion of all three Grand Tours. Because you knew he’s struggled more. Because you knew how often he’d come close to a … The post The weekly spin: Thibaut Pinot, pro cycling’s most mortal star appeared first on CyclingTips. ...


What should the Wollongong Worlds road race courses look like?

It’s the first question that gets asked whenever a new World Championships host is announced: what will the road race courses look like In the case of the Wollongong 2022 Road Worlds, announced in early October, Cycling Australia has an idea of what it would like to include, but the courses are years from being … The post What should the Wollongong Worlds road race courses look like appeared first on CyclingTips. ...


Pinot takes Il Lombardia; Mitchelton-Scott sweep: Daily News Digest

Supported by Welcome to your Daily News Digest. Here’s what’s happening today: Thibaut Pinot took an emphatic victory at Il Lombardia, the culmination of an impressive few months which included two stage wins at La Vuelta. Also, young sensation Egan Bernal continues to impress and Romain Bardet fell victi...


CyclingTips Podcast: Rapha’s founder on the EF deal; how we test bikes

In this week’s episode, we set out to fix bike racing. We hear from Jonathan Vaughters on his team’s plans to race gravel and fixed gear races and from Rapha founder Simon Mottram, who believes he’s better off sponsoring EF-Drapac than Team Sky. For a text version of the interview with Mottram, check out this … The post CyclingTips Podcast: Rapha’s founder on the EF deal; how we test bikes appeared first on CyclingTips. ...


What’s happening at Rapha? An interview with founder Simon Mottram

Supported by Rapha recently turned 14. Like many 14-year-olds, the apparel brand is spending a lot of time thinking about precisely what it is, and what it wants to be. For consumers, these changes have been most obvious within Rapha’s membership program, Rapha Cycle Club (RCC), which is built on the back of ph...


Operación Puerto names set to be revealed; Lutsenko victorious in Turkey: Daily News Digest

Supported by Welcome to your Daily News Digest. Here’s what’s happening today: We may finally know who else was involved in the Operación Puerto doping ring with doctor Euramiano Fuentes. A Spanish Court has approved the release of the remaining blood bags to the Italian Olympic Committee (CONI). In Turke...


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Oxford Commuter X4 Rear Illumination System - LD720 by Oxford

Item description: This Accessories Lights product is by Oxford - Oxford Commuter X4 Rear Illumination System The Commuter X4 Rear Light by Oxford is a revolution in cycle lighting. The three dimensional design allows drivers to see you from more angles and helps them judge your speed and distance, making you safer on busy roads. Includes: Unique and adaptable fitting systemCan either be worn over clothing of fitted to a backpackFits over most everyday backpack (up to 35 litres capacity)Independently controlled central LED and fibre optic strap lightsPowerful central rear light with 5 modes and up to 70 lumens of light outputVisible from the rear and sides4 red fibre optic strap lights with 3 modes and highly visible Silver reflective trimUSB rechargeable lithium polymer battery with charge lead providedLong run time (from 3.5 to 20 hours)Water resistant construction (IP65) Buy Oxford Accessories from Chain Reaction Cycles, the World's Largest Online Bike Store.... Learn More

Manufacturer: Oxford

Category: Lights

$53.49

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