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The natural: Jimmy Whelan isnít riding like a WorldTour rookie

The stitches came out of Jimmy Whelanís chin two days ago. You can still see where the chainring lodged itself in his face at the Aussie Road Nationals earlier this month but the wounds seem to be healing well. Itís looking like he wonít have a scar which, as Whelan notes with a smile, is … The post The natural: Jimmy Whelan isnít riding like a WorldTour rookie appeared first on CyclingTips. ...

New lids, kicks and gear from the 2019 WorldTour

While itís often the new bikes of the WorldTour that garner the most attention, itís the shoes and accessories that offer the most variance and opportunity for personalisation. With a handful of new helmets, shoes and small items seen in use for the start of the season, this gallery wraps up many of the tech … The post New lids, kicks and gear from the 2019 WorldTour appeared first on CyclingTips. ...

Dr Freemanís email trail; Bevinís big win; Nibaliís suitors: Daily News Digest

Supported by Welcome to your Daily News Digest. Here’s what’s happening today: Embattled ex-Team Sky doctor Richard Freeman’s email trail has been revealed; Paddy Bevin has broken through for his debut WorldTour win; Nibali is entertaining offers; Bahrain-Merida has hit a dry spell; and Marco Haller...

CyclingTips Podcast: Tramadol, automated drivers, and a chat with Phil Liggett

Supported by Bike racing is back! Neal, James, and Caley begin with the news that the UCI will ban the painkiller Tramadol, often used in “finish bottles,” from competition beginning in March. Then they take a look at Elia Viviani’s first WorldTour sprint of the year and chat with Jonathan Vaughters...

Bevinís breakthrough: The surprise victory we should have expected

Thereís a beautiful unpredictability to the Tour Down Under. A certain chaos borne out of the fact it’s the first WorldTour race of the year. Riders are trying to reacquaint themselves with the rigours of racing, new teams are trying to learn how to work together, and lead-out trains are still trying to find their … The post Bevinís breakthrough: The surprise victory we should have expected appeared first on CyclingTips. ...

Gunning for glory: A promising young career kickstarted by the belief of others

Jaime Gunning (Specialized Womens Racing) was one of the revelations of last weeks Santos Womens Tour Down Under, winning the best young riders classification and mixing it with the worlds best. But that breakthrough didnt come from nowhere: it was the result of self-belief, built on the belief shown by her team. The post Gunning for glory: A promising young career kickstarted by the belief of others appeared first on CyclingTips. ...

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LifeLine EVA Bike Pod - LLEBP by LifeLine

Item description: This Accessories Bike Covers product is by LifeLine - LifeLine EVA Bike PodLifeLine's EVA Bike Pod makes it simple to transport your bike. It is made of EVA for high-impact durability and exceptional abrasion resistance. It is moulded to fit most bikes and securely locks the bike in to reduce the possibility of damage during transportation Securely Closes, Fully OpensThis pod has a clam shell design to enable it to open fully for simple storage and removal of the bike. It is securely closed via industrial strength zips and quick release buckles. There are plenty of handles to make light work of lifting and pulling the bike pod and it conforms to all major airport security baggage handling restrictions Features:Material: EVAMoulded to fit most bikesWill accept wheels up to a 29 or 700C sizeClam shell designBike wheels lock in position using quick-release skewers (not provided)Industrial strength zips and quick release bucklesBig stable rubber skate wheels at the back so back always tracks straightNumerous pull handlesConforms to all major airline baggage handling restrictionsDimensions: 1200mm x 907mm x 280mm (LxHxD)Weight: 8kgBuy LifeLine Accessories from Chain Reaction Cycles, the World's Largest Online Bike Store.... Learn More

Manufacturer: LifeLine

Category: Bike Covers


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