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Giro d'Italia: Rolland takes solo victory on stage 17.

"Finally, after so many near misses, and so many setbacks, Pierre Rolland delivered in Cannondale Drapac colors to win stage 17 of the Giro d’Italia in nail-biting fashion.

The 30-year-old was certainly forced to do it the hard way – attacking as part of a three-man move at the start of the 219km stage before jumping clear once more from a group of around 25 with 7.6km to go."

May 24, 2017

Pinot: I didn't have the legs to follow Nibali.

"Thibaut Pinot (FDJ) might have closed the gap on overall leader Tom Dumoulin on stage 16 of the Giro d’Italia.

However, after a tough day in the mountains, the Frenchman slipped off the podium after giving away 1:35 to stage winner Vincenzo Nibali (Bahrain Merida)."

May 24, 2017

Bak wins 100 beers for conquering Stelvio.

Thumbnail Credit (cyclingnews.com): Lars Ytting Bak (Lotto Soudal) (Tim de Waele/TDWSport.com)Thumb Overlay."Lars Bak (Lotto Soudal) was the lucky, or perhaps unlucky, rider to win 100 beers for being the heaviest rider to complete the Stelvio during Tuesday’s stage.

The Stelvio Bike Experience cafe put up the offer ahead of the Giro d’Italia and duly delivered, with Sporza’s man on the motorbike, Renaat Schotte, photographing the incident."
  (Photo: Tim De Waele) (cyclingnews.com)

May 24, 2017

2017 Giro d’Italia Live. (English)

Thumbnail Credit (cycling.today): 2017 Giro d’Italia – THE ROUTEThumb Overlay."2017 Giro d'Italia LIVE May 5-28, Italy.

Stage 17 start time: Wednesday 11:15 CET (2:15 AM PST).

Earliest live video: 13:05 CET (4:05 AM PST).

Approximate finish: 17:11 CET (8:11 AM PST)."
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May 24, 2017

Controversy on Giro d’Italia queen stage renews question of race etiquette: When should a rival wait for a GC leader?

"Controversy erupted at the Giro d’Italia Tuesday when one of professional cycling’s unwritten rules returned to the spotlight after it was disregarded in the heat of battle.

Maglia rosa Tom Dumoulin (Sunweb) swung off the side of the road at the bottom of the day’s final climb.

Ahead, a GC group containing Nairo Quintana (Movistar), Vincenzo Nibali (Bahrain Merida), and Ilnur Zakarin (Katusha Alpecin) continued on, with Zakarin attacking shortly thereafter."

May 23, 2017

Nibali wins queen stage of Giro d'Italia.

Thumbnail Credit (cyclingnews.com) (Getty Images Sport): The final sprint on stage 16 of the Giro d'Italia (Getty Images Sport)Thumb Overlay."Vincenzo Nibali (Bahrain Merida) won a dramatic queen stage of the Giro d’Italia, beating Mikel Landa (Team Sky) in a two-up sprint.

Nairo Quintana (Movistar) finished several seconds down in third place.

Maglia rosa Tom Dumoulin (Team Sunweb) had to battle hard to come back from stomach problems, finishing more than two minutes down and keeping his race lead by just a few seconds."
(cyclingnews.com) (Getty Images Sport)

May 23, 2017

Giro Roundtable: Dumoulin’s mess was Nibali’s success in stage 16.

"After waiting for 15 stages, the Italian faithful finally saw their hero Vincenzo Nibali in full flight.

The Bahrain Merida rider climbed like an angel and descended like a demon to win stage 16 and take some valuable time.

It’s probably premature to say Tom Dumoulin’s race has gone in the toilet, but his mid-race bathroom break was a major setback, costing him minutes in the overall."

May 23, 2017

Giro d'Italia: Stage 16 finish line quotes.

"Reaction from Dumoulin, Nibali, Quintana on a dramatic day." (cyclingnews.com)

May 23, 2017

Showdown on the Stelvio.

"The strada statale 39 is known as the main access road to the Italian Alps from Bergamo, the Lombardy plain and beyond.

It leads to Aprica, Tirano and Bormio, and then up, up, up to the summit of the Passo dello Stelvio.

On Tuesday the SS39 will lead to the gates of hell for the 2017 Giro d'Italia and host the queen stage of the race."

May 23, 2017

Giro Stage 17: Tonally Strange.

Thumbnail Credit (podiumcafe.com): Hey! It’s a non-mountain mountains stage! But it’ll hurt anywayThumb Overlay."Wow, that’s another long stage.

What this race lacks in amazing vertical, it makes up for it in horizontal I guess.

There are actually three rated climbs, the first one the Aprica ascent, and the second, the Tonale... both of which remind you that you’re in Gavia Mortirolo territory, except neither of them is on the menu today.

Oh well."

May 23, 2017

Giro Stage 16: Rosa Mountain Majesties.

Thumbnail Credit (podiumcafe.com): A bit truncated because of, never mind, but this is the good part.Thumb Overlay."We may not know where this Giro d’Italia will ultimately be won.

We may not even be able to say where the peloton will suffer the most (Stage 18 says hello too).

But we know one thing for sure, this day will be the highest point in the race, the longest day in the saddle, and a hard, memorable, classic Giro stage.

Also I love the name “Giogo di Santa Maria,” on the assumption that it means “St. Mary’s Jog."

May 22, 2017

Five ways it can all unravel for Dumoulin.

Thumbnail Credit (velonews.com) (Photo: Tim De Waele): Tom Dumoulin holds a 2:41 lead over his nearest rival with six days left in the Giro. Photo: Tim De Waele | TDWsport.comThumb Overlay."Tom Dumoulin is sitting in an enviable position on the third rest day of the Giro d’Italia.

The Sunweb rider boasts an impressive leading gap to his nearest rival - 2:41 to Nairo Quintana - and with a final-day time trial in Milan, you can add at least an additional virtual minute to that lead, if not more.

But everyone knows the Giro d’Italia is far from over."
(velonews.com) (Photo: Tim De Waele)

May 22, 2017

Giro Rest Day Review.

"The weather looks set fair for the Alps with cool but sunny conditions expected for tomorrow’s siege of the Stelvio and for the rest of the week too.

Tom Dumoulin looks in command and even signaled he was the Giro’s padrone at one point during yesterday’s stage when Nairo Quintana had crashed by telling the main group to slow.

As the Giro enjoys its third rest day there’s the sense that everything so far been antipasti to the dishes about to be served up in the Alps."

May 22, 2017

Giro d'Italia: Analyzing the GC contenders ahead of the final week.

"As the Giro d'Italia enjoys its third and final rest-day, Cyclingnews takes a look at how the general classification contenders fared in a second week that included the Montefalco time trial and Oropa summit finish, and how it leaves them heading into the final week." (cyclingnews.com)

May 22, 2017

Giro Week Three: What Script Will It Follow?

"The way to frame the question on everyone’s mind as regards the battle for Giro supremacy is either as the Time Trial Guy vs. the Climber, or the Guy In Front vs. the Comebacker.

The latter is of course a mere restatement of the facts, while the former is something more subjective, and might not even be fair by the time it’s all said and done."

May 22, 2017

Giro d'Italia: Yates sprints to best Grand Tour result yet in Bergamo.

"While Yates recorded his best result yet in four Grand Tours, the Orica Scott rider also moved up to 11th on GC ahead of the decisive third and final week of the 100th Giro.

"I didn't quite have it in the sprint. I felt good in the finale but Jungels is a good 10kg heavier than me and I couldn't match his power," Yates said of the stage won by Bob Jungels (Quick Step Floors)."

May 22, 2017

Ask the Pros: Should you wait when a rival has problems?

Thumbnail Credit (cyclingweekly.com) (Photo: Yuzuru Sunada): Tom Dumoulin (Team Sunweb) after finishing stage 16 of the Giro d'Italia Credit: Yuzuru Sunada Thumb Overlay."Stage 16 of the Giro d’Italia ended in controversy as Tom Dumoulin (Team Sunweb) nearly lost the race lead after an ill-timed toilet stop, with some saying that the other main contenders should have waited for the pink jersey.

  Clamor on social media called for the other race contenders to slow and wait for Dumoulin to catch up, but the sentiment among those on the race was different."
(cyclingweekly.com) (Photo: Yuzuru Sunada)

May 24, 2017

2017 Tour of Belgium LIVE stream.

Thumbnail Credit (cyclingfans.com): Dries Devenyns (IAM Cycling) won the 2016 Tour of Belgium.Thumb Overlay."Wednesday's Tour of Belgium Stage 1 departs Lochristi at 12:20pm CET (6:20am U.S. Eastern).

It is expected at the finish at Knokke Heist at around 4:34pm CET (10:34am U.S. Eastern).

Tour of Belgium live streaming video should get underway at around 2:45pm CET (8:45am U.S. Eastern)."

May 24, 2017

Sagan and Kittel train at altitude in USA ahead of Tour de France.

"Following the Tour of California, Peter Sagan (Bora Hansgrohe) and Marcel Kittel (Quick Step Floors) have decided to stay on in the United States for a spell of altitude training.

According to Belgian newspapers Het Laatste Nieuws and Het Nieuwsblad, Sagan will train in Utah while Kittel has headed to Colorado."

May 23, 2017

Gilbert to return to racing at Belgium Tour.

"After more than a month on the sidelines, Philippe Gilbert is set to make his racing return for Quick Step Floors at this week’s Belgium Tour.

His teammate Niki Terpstra is also due to race again for the first time since his crash at Paris Roubaix last month."

May 23, 2017

How to train with a power meter.

Thumbnail Credit (cyclingweekly.com): A power meter allows you to measure your training thresholds more effectively – and to keep track of how your fitness is progressing (Photo: Chris Catchpole) Credit: Chris Catchpole Thumb Overlay."Power meters are getting more affordable, but knowing what to do with one is a different matter.

Jon Sharples of Train Sharp Cycle Coaching explains: “The main benefit is to give you real time information so that you can gauge your effort.”

It’s not just about looking at your numbers after a ride, though: “Simply looking at the data afterwards will not let you make the most of your training ride or pace your race effectively,” says Sharples."
(Photo: Chris Catchpole) (cyclingweekly.com)

May 23, 2017

What to do After a Bike Accident.

Thumbnail Credit (capovelo.com): What to look for in a good bicycle crash attorneyThumb Overlay."Bike Law network lawyers, Bruce Hagen and Bob Mionske discuss one of the most FAQ we receive – “What to do if I’m in a bike accident?”

We have written extensively on the topic of what to do after a bicycle crash and at our recent Bike Law retreat, we put together an information-rich video on our tips for what to do after you’ve been in a bike crash and why we call it a crash, not an accident."

May 23, 2017

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George Bennett’s California surprise.

Thumbnail Credit (velonews.com): Race winner George Bennett took home his first yellow jersey, and the first WorldTour win for a New Zealand rider. Photo: Casey B. Gibson | www.cbgphoto.comThumb Overlay."Reporters didn’t want to talk to George Bennett in Sacramento.

He was just another outside contender, sitting on the periphery of prognostication.

Before stage 1, he sat in front of his team’s rented RV in a folding chair, chatting with his young teammates, checking the pins on his number, left alone."
(velonews.com) (Photo: Casey B. Gibson)

May 22, 2017

Tour of Japan: Canola takes solo win in Kyoto.

"Nippo Vini Fantini rider moves into yellow jersey." (cyclingnews.com)

May 22, 2017

10 best rest day tweets from the Giro d’Italia.

Thumbnail Credit (cyclingweekly.com): Special Astana Proteam bottle to honor Michele Scarponi :https://goo.gl/g3lYb0  #Giro100Thumb Overlay."After two weeks of hard racing it’s time for a rest day at the Giro d’Italia as the riders prepare for a tough final six stages of climbing through the Alps on the way to Milan.

As well as easy rides in the sun and café stops, this gives the riders a chance to pick up their smartphones and put a bit of thought into a few tweets to keep us entertained when there’s no racing to watch."

May 22, 2017

Electronic shifting and Battery Life: An Overview.

Thumbnail Credit (cyclingtips.com): To prevent you from having to single speed all the way home because you’re batteries have run out of juice, here’s an overview of battery life on the common groupsets,Thumb Overlay."Readily available since 2009, electronic shifting is becoming increasingly more common as all the big drivetrain manufacturers - Shimano, SRAM, Campagnolo and FSA - all offer electronic groupsets at various price points.

Here at CyclingTips we’re fans of the smooth and precise shifting that robotics offers, however, there is one big downside to anything electronic: batteries.

There is a reason we aren’t seeing electronic and/or wireless braking (yet) - no matter how good the robotics are, humans cannot be trusted to keep their batteries charged."

May 22, 2017

Tech of the Week: Zipp wheels, pro bikes, Merida’s new Reacto and much more.

Thumbnail Credit (cyclingweekly.com): Thumb Overlay."All the best tech from last week, including big news from Merida and Zipp as well as some great deals.

We’re well and truly into the thick of the Giro d’Italia now, and that means some great opportunities to witness brand new bikes and all sorts of snazzy tech - and last week really delivered."

May 22, 2017

Zipp's new 302 Carbon Clincher loses dimples, adds affordability.

Thumbnail Credit (cyclingnews.com): The Zipp 302 is a more affordable full carbon clincher wheelset (Zipp)Thumb Overlay."Are you lusting after some of that Zipp carbon aero goodness but don't want to spend the equivalent of a new kitchen on a set of wheels?

If so, Zipp's new 302 Carbon Clincher might be for you. This 45mm-deep, £1,299 / $1,500, wheelset offers the cheapest ticket yet to Zipp's full-carbon prom, and it's launching in both rim brake and disc brake variants."

May 22, 2017

Selle Royal Lookin 3D Athletic saddle.

Thumbnail Credit (road.cc): Selle Royal Lookin 3D Athletic saddle.jpgThumb Overlay."The Selle Royal Lookin 3D Athletic is a very comfortable but somewhat heavy saddle, good for a range of positions on the bike and optimized for a 45-degree forward lean that should suit most athletic cyclists.

It's not one for weight-watchers though.

Weighing in at 359g vs the venerable Charge Spoon at 220g for half the price, the Lookin 3D is a portly perch."

May 22, 2017

Giant Defy 2017: Are the Advanced Pro and SL models worth the extra money?

Thumbnail Credit (cyclingweekly.com): The Defy places a focus on comfort – and as a result the geometry is designed around a slightly longer head tubeThumb Overlay."The Giant Defy line-up has always been created with endurance rides at front of mind.

With three different frame options - the Giant Defy Advanced, Giant Defy Advanced Pro and Giant Defy Advanced SL - there’s a total of seven models with varying specifications.

Where once it consisted of aluminum and carbon bikes, the Giant Defy line up for 2017 is exclusively carbon only and all models sport disc brakes."

May 22, 2017

Tour of California: Craddock and Phinney Reset.

"Andrew Talansky's win on top of Mt. Baldy Thursday at the Tour of California was a bright spot among a talented group of Americans on Cannondale Drapac, who have had an otherwise rocky year.

Phinney was the victim of a crash on the long descent in the opening kilometers of the race."

May 21, 2017

Analysis: Bennett’s California crown earned with equal parts bravado and brawn.

"New Zealander George Bennett won the 20117 Amgen Tour of California not because he was the strongest rider in the race, but because he willed it to happen." (cyclingtips.com.au)

May 21, 2017

Nibali ‘good, if not better than previous years’.

"Vincenzo Nibali‘s star may not burn as bright as past years, but those close to him say that he is good, if not better than last year when he won his second Giro d’Italia title.

Nibali leads new team Bahrain Merida, the team that he helped start over the winter.

So far, he has failed to give the team much to celebrate, losing time in the two summit finishes and time trial."

May 21, 2017

Bob Jungels takes first Giro stage victory for Luxembourg in 56 years.

"The 24-year-old, who enjoyed a five-day stint in the maglia rosa before moving into the white jersey, put in a brutal attack on the cobbled climb of Bergamo Alta, his huge acceleration catching many of his opponents off guard and forcing an important selection."(thebikecomesfirst.com)

May 21, 2017

Daily Distractions.

Thumbnail Credit : The Daily Distractions photo galleryThumb Overlay."Yo Yo." (facebook.com) (Photo: Vanity Cycling)

May 24, 2017

May 1, 2017

Who’s out of the Giro d’Italia after stage 16?

"A quick look at who's abandoned the Giro d'Italia 2017 so far." (cyclingweekly.com)

May 24, 2017

Every Grand Tour win of the last 10 years.

"Whether you're settling an argument or just taking a trip down memory lane, here's our complete guide to the Grand Tours from 2006 to today." (cyclingweekly.com)

May 24, 2017

Garmin VIRB 360 5.7K Action Cam In-Depth Review.

Thumbnail Credit (dcrainmaker.com): In Garmin’s case though, the VIRB 360 will ship next month in June, and with what is easily the most capable feature set of any 360° action cam on the market (aside from ~$10,000 pro rigs).Thumb Overlay."Today Garmin jumped into the 360° fray by introducing their own 360° action camera – the VIRB 360.

This camera one-ups everyone in the specs department by mic-dropping 5.7K resolution alongside being completely waterproofed with GPS built-in.

Not to mention the usual Garmin VIRB sensor support for data overlays from sports, automotive and boating devices."

May 24, 2017

May 1, 2017

Giro d'Italia: Peloton honor Hayden, Viellehner and Manchester bombing victims.

Thumbnail Credit (cyclingnews.com): The peloton pauses for a minute's silence in memory of the victims of the Manchester bombing, motorcyclist Nicky Hayden and triathlete Julia Viellehner (Getty Images)Thumb Overlay."Amid the excitement and tension ahead of the biggest stage of this year’s Giro d’Italia, there was time to pause and reflect for the riders and attending fans.

Before the flag dropped at 10:25, the peloton took time for a minute’s silence in honor of those that had been killed in Monday night’s bombing in Manchester, former MotoGP champion Nicky Hayden and triathlete Julia Viellehner, who both died on Monday."

May 23, 2017

Commentary: Five Tour of California takeaways.

Thumbnail Credit (velonews.com) (Photo: Tim De Waele): Photo: TDWsport.comThumb Overlay."What will be the lasting storyline from the 2017 Amgen Tour of California? It’s still tough to say.

The seven-day race from Sacramento to Pasadena delivered a plethora of compelling tales.

Overall winner George Bennett taught us the vague definition for the term “twisting a nut” after his impressive time trial.

Andrew Talansky finally ended Cannondale Drapac’s two-year winless streak on the WorldTour when he won stage 5 at Mt. Baldy."
(velonews.com) (Photo: Tim De Waele)

May 23, 2017

Tech Tidbits: New Gear at Sea Otter ’17.

Thumbnail Credit (pezcyclingnews.com): The levers have a pronounced outward kick…Thumb Overlay."Hands on with FSA’s WE Group, Velo’s new Angels, Topeak’s Ninjas and Swing-Up stand, Vittoria’s Terreno Dry Gravel tire, Hiplok’s Z Lok and AirLok, Elite’s Fly bottle and Vico Cage.

One of the buzz creators at this year’s Sea Otter Classic was the announcement that FSA would not only be on hand with, but would also have test rides of their new hybrid wireless We Group."

May 23, 2017

Carbon Bike Repair Is Not A Myth.

Thumbnail Credit (gearjunkie.com): Matt Appleman of Appleman Cycles repairs a carbon frame.Thumb Overlay."I learned about the seemingly sketchy world of repairing a carbon fiber mountain bike.

Universally, every single bike brand I talked to told me this was NOT A GOOD IDEA.

They spouted all sorts of reasons from liability concerns, to the difficulty of the procedure, to the danger of a repair failing during extreme riding."

May 23, 2017

May 22, 2017

Former MotoGP world champion Nicky Hayden dies five days after cycling crash.

Thumbnail Credit (cyclingweekly.com): Nicky Hayden at the 2016 GP Australia Credit: Flickr/Box Repsol Thumb Overlay."Former MotoGP world champion Nicky Hayden has died five days after a cycling crash in Italy.

Hayden, who was 35, was hit by a car while cycling in eastern Italy on Wednesday, suffering serious head and chest injuries and being placed in intensive care following the incident."

May 22, 2017

What can cyclists learn from other sports?

"Cycling has become the envy of most other sports in Britain, there’s no denying it.

One of our own has won the biggest race, the Tour de France, four times in the last five years; every member of our track team in Rio won a medal; our big sportives are so popular they warrant ballot entry; and we buy more bikes than cars.

But let’s not get arrogant - there is still much we can learn from other sports, and in doing so, we might just get even better."

May 22, 2017

11spd: This week's best new bike gear.

Thumbnail Credit (bikeradar.com): This week's best new bike gear (Oliver Woodman / Immediate Media)Thumb Overlay."It's been a busy week!

We've taken a look at some custom road shoes, upgrades that you probably want but maybe don't actually need, debated what might be the best 'bike for life' and learned that cycling is actually good for your sex life.

All while Jack and Reuben get prepared for their arduous 300km mountain gravel ride in Italy.

Phew. What a week."

May 22, 2017

Cyclists in Boston Use Life-Size Cut-Outs to Send a Message to City Officials.

Thumbnail Credit (capovelo.com): You can’t be running across the middle of the street. You’ve got to understand — cars are going to hit youThumb Overlay."Cycling advocates in Boston have resorted to using life-size cut-outs as a means of persuading city officials to make bicycle safety more of a priority.

Indeed, over the weekend life-size cut-outs began appearing along Boston’s Massachusetts Avenue, serving as both a message to Mayor Martin J. Walsh, pointing out the need for the city to improve its cycling infrastructure, as well as urging motorists to more scrupulously honor the rights of cyclists.

For example, one cut-out depicts a female cyclist with a bubble-caption asking motorists to “Look for bikes before opening your door. (That’s what this buffer is for.)"

May 22, 2017

Mavic Rolls Out New Cyclocross and Gravel Hoops with XA Elite Wheels, Redesigned Open Pro Rim.

Thumbnail Credit (cxmagazine.com): The Mavic Elite XA Trail wheelset is $750, under 1800 grams, and comes with thru axle and QR fittings. © Cyclocross MagazineThumb Overlay."At Sea Otter this year, Mavic had a unique presence, drawing journalists out to the campground in the Laguna Seca racetrack paddocks with the lure of evening barbecue and morning pastries, instead of a booth in the public expo.

Without a formal presentation or display of the entire product line, the casual format and setting let you poke around the tent to see what might be interesting, not all that different from hunting for bargains at a swap meet."

May 22, 2017

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