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The Gorilla’s new habitat

Supported by For 2019, André Greipel stepped out of the WorldTour and into a team with a loyal leadout man and an invite to the Tour de France. The post The Gorilla’s new habitat appeared first on CyclingTips. ...

Welcome to Graubünden: Epic ascents and perfect asphalt

The Rhine is one of the most important waterways in Europe. Its two sources are connected by perfect asphalt. Over three days we will discover monumental alpine passes, culinary highlights and breathtaking scenery on quiet roads. The post Welcome to Graubünden: Epic ascents and perfect asphalt appeared first on CyclingTips. ...

Goodbye, farewell, and amen: thanks for the ride, CT

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The CyclingTips Weekly Quiz: #3

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Van der Poel back on bike, UCI mulls corticosteroid ban: Daily News Digest

Supported by Welcome to your Daily News Digest. Here’s what’s happening today: Mathieu van der Poel avoids serious injury in bad crash, UCI considering a corticosteroid ban, Rapha releases new shoes. Those stories and more in today’s Daily News Digest. Story of the Day: Van der Poel back on the bike after...

Tech gallery: 2019 North American Handmade Bicycle Show, Part Two

Almost by definition, The North American Handmade Bicycle Show has been a showcase of outliers: bikes that were built specifically to be showpieces, or bikes built at the request of people who couldn’t find what they wanted in the mainstream market. It’s been a reliable portend of upcoming trends, paint palettes, styles, and even tech … The post Tech gallery: 2019 North American Handmade Bicycle Show, Part Two appeared first on CyclingTips. ...

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Tacx Quick Release Skewer - T1402 by Tacx

Item description: This Nutrition Turbo Trainers product is by Tacx - Tacx Quick Release Skewer A quick release for the rear wheel is a spare part much in demand; it is also handy when swapping bikes. Special hub nuts can be used on bikes without quick-release hubs (e g. city bikes) to adapt them to any Tacx trainer. Tacx Quick Release Skewer Specifications: Quick release for the rear wheel Tacx Trainers. Buy Tacx Quick Release Skewer from Chain Reaction Cycles, the World’s Largest Online Bike Store.... Learn More

Manufacturer: Tacx

Category: Turbo Trainers


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