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Bikes of the Bunch: Mooro Cycles Wagyl

In this edition of Bikes of the Bunch, we take a closer look at a bike that was on show at the recent Handmade Bicycle Show Australia with insight from both the bike’s owner, Paul Black, and its builder, Mooro Cycles. A Wagyl, or more properly, the Wagyl, is a rainbow serpent that was responsible … The post Bikes of the Bunch: Mooro Cycles Wagyl appeared first on CyclingTips. ...


Better than Bernal? The rapid rise of Colombian climber Iván Sosa

When the 2018 Tour de l’Avenir gets underway on Friday August 17, it will do so with Colombia’s Iván Sosa as the rider to beat. The 20-year-old has had a monster of a year, winning four of his last five stage races and beating some big-name rivals along the way. His trajectory in the sport … The post Better than Bernal The rapid rise of Colombian climber Iván Sosa appeared first on CyclingTips. ...


An open Vuelta; Terpstra goes French; home trainer abuse: Daily News Digest

Supported by Welcome to your Daily News Digest. Here’s what’s happening today: We consider a Vuelta without Sky’s best, bow down to another van der Poel victory, and abuse a home trainer. Story of the day: The Vuelta without Sky’s top men Recently crowned Tour de France winner Geraint Thomas w...


USA CRITS, West Chester: Teamwork comes out on top

As soon as the starting gun went off in West Chester, Pennsylvania, the skies opened up and a heavy rain pounded the riders. The course became treacherous and the race became one of survival and attrition. The winners would lean heavily on their teams for support, because even though only one person gets to stand … The post USA CRITS, West Chester: Teamwork comes out on top appeared first on CyclingTips. ...


Richie Porte’s ride for redemption: La Vuelta, Worlds and the road ahead

On Sunday September 30, in the Austrian town of Kufstein, Richie Porte (BMC) will roll up to the startline of the World Championship road race. Decked out in green and gold, he’ll be leading a strong squad of Australian climbers; a squad assembled to give the Tasmanian his best possible chance of becoming world champion. … The post Richie Porte’s ride for redemption: La Vuelta, Worlds and the road ahead appeared first on CyclingTips. ...


Garneau Course Air Lite II shoe review: One shoe, multiple widths

French-Canadian brand Louis Garneau might not immediately spring to mind when you think about top-tier road shoes. However, they’re no newcomer to the space, having catered to the market since the late ’80s. The Course Air Lite II is Garneau’s newest top-tier road offering, and with a long list of innovative features, it won a … The post Garneau Course Air Lite II shoe review: One shoe, multiple widths appeared first on CyclingTips. ...


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Bikes of the Bunch: Mooro Cycles Wagyl

In this edition of Bikes of the Bunch, we take a closer look at a bike that was on show at the recent Handmade Bicycle Show Australia with insight from both the bike’s owner, Paul Black, and its builder, Mooro Cycles. A Wagyl, or more properly, the Wagyl, is a rainbow serpent that was responsible … The post Bikes of the Bunch: Mooro Cycles Wagyl appeared first on CyclingTips. ...


Better than Bernal? The rapid rise of Colombian climber Iván Sosa

When the 2018 Tour de l’Avenir gets underway on Friday August 17, it will do so with Colombia’s Iván Sosa as the rider to beat. The 20-year-old has had a monster of a year, winning four of his last five stage races and beating some big-name rivals along the way. His trajectory in the sport … The post Better than Bernal The rapid rise of Colombian climber Iván Sosa appeared first on CyclingTips. ...


An open Vuelta; Terpstra goes French; home trainer abuse: Daily News Digest

Supported by Welcome to your Daily News Digest. Here’s what’s happening today: We consider a Vuelta without Sky’s best, bow down to another van der Poel victory, and abuse a home trainer. Story of the day: The Vuelta without Sky’s top men Recently crowned Tour de France winner Geraint Thomas w...


USA CRITS, West Chester: Teamwork comes out on top

As soon as the starting gun went off in West Chester, Pennsylvania, the skies opened up and a heavy rain pounded the riders. The course became treacherous and the race became one of survival and attrition. The winners would lean heavily on their teams for support, because even though only one person gets to stand … The post USA CRITS, West Chester: Teamwork comes out on top appeared first on CyclingTips. ...


Richie Porte’s ride for redemption: La Vuelta, Worlds and the road ahead

On Sunday September 30, in the Austrian town of Kufstein, Richie Porte (BMC) will roll up to the startline of the World Championship road race. Decked out in green and gold, he’ll be leading a strong squad of Australian climbers; a squad assembled to give the Tasmanian his best possible chance of becoming world champion. … The post Richie Porte’s ride for redemption: La Vuelta, Worlds and the road ahead appeared first on CyclingTips. ...


Garneau Course Air Lite II shoe review: One shoe, multiple widths

French-Canadian brand Louis Garneau might not immediately spring to mind when you think about top-tier road shoes. However, they’re no newcomer to the space, having catered to the market since the late ’80s. The Course Air Lite II is Garneau’s newest top-tier road offering, and with a long list of innovative features, it won a … The post Garneau Course Air Lite II shoe review: One shoe, multiple widths appeared first on CyclingTips. ...


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