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April 20, 2018







Mark Padun wins last stage of Tour of the Alps, Thibaut Pinot takes overall victory.

(cyclingpub.com)-"The last stage of the Alpine race was 162.2 kilometers long, featuring part of the circuit that will be used in the 2018 World Championships. Mark Padun (Bahrain Merida) won the last stage. The rider took the victory thanks to a last kilometer attack while Thibaut Pinot won the overall classification." (cyclingpub.com) WielerFlits

April 20, 2018





Tonelli claims crash marred stage in Tour of Croatia.

(cyclingnews.com)-"Best young rider Gidich falls in final kilometer." (cyclingnews.com) (Photo: Tim de Waele/Getty Images Sport)


April 20, 2018






Even now Lance Armstrong is still working miracles.

(cyclingweekly.com)-"I’m sorry you don’t believe in miracles,” was the ever-combative Lance Armstrong’s riposte to his critics from the top step of the Tour de France podium in 2005. Estimated to have a net worth of $125m, its difficult to argue he has not profited, massively, from his drug enhanced sporting achievements, that is perhaps the miracle he was referring to." (cyclingweekly.com) (Photo by Mark Sagliocco/Getty Images)

April 20, 2018





Morton: I've got unfinished business with the Tour of California.

(cyclingnews.com)"-"Lachlan Morton (Dimension Data) says he's got some unfinished business with the Tour of California. The Australian has centered the first part of his 2018 season around the week-long race as he looks to improve on his seventh-place finish from last year." (cyclingnews.com)

April 20, 2018





Zakarin: I’m ready to deliver big results in the grand tours.

(velonews.com)-"Russian Ilnur Zakarin (Katusha Alpecin) is confident in obtaining top results in the grand tours, including the 2018 Tour de France this July, after placing third behind Chris Froome and Vincenzo Nibali in the Vuelta a España last year." (velonews.com) (Photo: Iri Greco)

April 20, 2018





Chris Froome enjoys ‘perfect’ Giro preparation despite missing out on victory at Tour of the Alps.

(cyclingweekly.com)-"Chris Froome may not have won the Tour of the Alps, but he insists that he is still on track for the Giro d’Italia after five days of “perfect” preparation in northern Italy and Austria." (cyclingweekly.com) (Photo: Tim de Waele/Getty Images Sport)

April 20, 2018






Pinot withstands attacks to keep Tour of the Alps lead.

(cyclingnews.com)-"Thibaut Pinot and his Groupama FDJ team had numerous attacks thrown at them on a punchy 134km stage from Chiusa to Lienz on Thursday, but the Frenchman held fast to the overall lead of the Tour of the Alps with one stage remaining." (cyclingnews.com) (Photo: Tim de Waele/Getty Images Sport)

April 20, 2018





Alex Evans continues upward tilt at Tour of the Gila.

(cyclingnews.com)-"Australian Alex Evans (Mobius Bridgelane) has been making a name for himself at home, finishing second to Esteban Chaves (Mitchelton Scott) on the Queen stage of the Herald Sun Tour and eventually placing eighth overall in his first-ever UCI race." (cyclingnews.com) (Photo: Jonathan Devich)

April 20, 2018





Esteban Chaves: ‘Am I better or as good as 2016? Good question’.

(cyclingweekly.com)-"Colombian Esteban Chaves (Mitchelton Scott) is uncertain if he has returned to his 2016 form, when he placed second in the Giro d’Italia and third in the Vuelta a España, but says that his approach to the 2018 Giro d’Italia has been ideal." (cyclingweekly.com) (Photo: Yuzuru Sunada)

April 20, 2018






Dygert sprints to stage 2 win at Tour of the Gila.

(cyclingnews.com)-"Chloe Dygert (Twenty20 Sho Air) relied on her teammates and world champion track power to sprint to victory Thursday during stage 2 at the Tour of the Gila. Dygert passed Rally Cycling's Emma White just before the line at Fort Baryard, while Diana Penuela (United Healthcare) crossed the line in third. Stage 1 winner Katie Hall (United Healthcare) finished safely in the bunch to keep her overall lead." (cyclingnews.com) (Photo: Jonathan Devich)

April 20, 2018






Liège: A Farewell to Ans.

(podiumcafe.com)-"When was the last time you truly loved an edition of Liège Bastogne Liège? On some level it will always be a beautiful race, winding around the Ardennes, past the farms, on skinny Belgian roads, some of which go uphill for quite a while." (podiumcafe.com) Photo by Bryn Lennon - Velo/Getty Images

April 20, 2018









Valverde eyes Merckx's Liege Bastogne Liege record.

(cyclingnews.com)-"Rather than losing morale after his shock defeat in La Flèche Wallonne on Wednesday, Alejandro Valverde (Movistar) remains strongly upbeat for Liège Bastogne Liège on Sunday, with the chance of equaling Eddy Merckx’s record of five wins a major motivation." (cyclingnews.com) (Photo: Tim de Waele/Getty Images Sport)

April 20, 2018





Annemiek van Vleuten and Amanda Spratt ready to face Liege Bastogne Liege.

(cyclingpub.com)"-"Both riders also took part in the inauguration edition of the Belgian race last year, with van Vleuten taking fifth position at about half a minute from the winner. The Dutchwoman has high expectations of this year's race." (cyclingpub.com)

April 20, 2018






Sea Otter daily debrief: Wood bikes, carbon cockpits, and The Dude.

(velonews.com)-"Our reporters are on the ground at Sea Otter Classic 2018, scoping out all the new and cool bike tech in Monterey, California. Here’s our daily debrief from Thursday’s outing." (velonews.com) Photo: Dan Cavallari

April 20, 2018





A future great? Haig impressing in Spring Classics as Giro debut beckons.

(cyclingtips.com)-"Chirpy, animated and happily giving interviews, Jack Haig looks like he has just ridden to the shops.

But, other than some dirt on his face, some dust on his jersey, Haig appears unaffected."
(cyclingtips.com) (Photo: Kristof Ramon)

April 20, 2018





Preview: Barry Roubaix Brings Killer Course, Prizes to Michigan’s Barry County.

(cxmagazine.com)"-"Like many gravel events, the Barry Roubaix started with a group ride and turned into something much bigger. Based on a tip from a fellow rider, race director Rick Plite took an annual group ride that left from the Founders Brewery in Grand Rapids, MI to a state park in Barry County south of the brewery. It was love at first ride." (cxmagazine.com)

April 20, 2018





OG Carbon: Calfee Tetra Pro 44.

(pelotonmagazine.com)""Cycling loves its history. We revere heroes of old, the tough-as-nails road warriors. And the old European brands are legend, iconic names forged in iconic races. But, today, what connection do many of those brands have to that history? Many are owned by investment groups with no connection to the past other than the name on the down tube." (pelotonmagazine.com)

April 20, 2018





Paul Components creates the ultimate beer run bike - The Sierra Shredder.

(bikerumor.com)"-"If you’re anything like me, you’ll agree that bikes and beer are the best partners since peanut butter and jelly. I’ve seen trails named after the builder’s favorite beers, bike release parties held at breweries, and cross-industry collaborations like the ultimate urban BMX cruiser - the Sierra Shredder" (bikerumor.com)

April 20, 2018





Aqua Blue Sport riders get (very) lost on epic Croatia descent.

(stickybottle.com)"-"Conor Dunne went off course with a group of others; the stage clearly not marked out very well. And though the Irishman eventually found his team camper van, he soon realized his team mate Andy Fenn was also MIA." (stickybottle.com)

April 20, 2018





Tour of Croatia LIVE stream.

(cyclingfans.com)""2018 Tour of Croatia LIVE April 17-22.

Stage 4 starts at 12:50pm CET (6:50am U.S. Eastern).

Finish at around 4:55pm CET (10:55am U.S. Eastern).

Live video from 3:20pm CET (9:20am U.S. Eastern)."
(cyclingfans.com)

April 20, 2018







Liège Bastogne Liège 2018 Live Dashboard.

(steephill.tv)"-"Start time: Sun Apr 22 10:10 CET (1:10 AM PDT).

Earliest live video: 13:35 CET (4:35 AM PDT).

Approximate finish: 16:53 CET (7:53 AM PDT)."
(steephill.tv)

April 20, 2018








2018 Tour of the Alps LIVE stream.

(cyclingfans.com)"-"2018 Tour of the Alps LIVE April 16-20, Italy.

Stage 5 starts at 10:45am CET (4:45am U.S. Eastern).

Finish at around 2:57pm CET (8:57am U.S. Eastern).

Live video from 2:00pm CET (8:00am U.S. Eastern)."
(cyclingfans.com)

April 20, 2018






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April 19, 2018








Lance Armstrong settles federal lawsuit for $5 million.

(cyclingnews.com)-"In the terms of the settlement, Armstrong agrees to pay $5 million USD to the United States government and $1.65 million to Landis to cover his legal fees and expenses, but according to the agreement, the settlement "is neither an admission of liability by Armstrong nor a concession by the United States or Relator [Landis - ed.] that their respective claims are not well founded." (cyclingnews.com) (Dave McElwaine)

April 19, 2018







BMC Racing owner Andy Rihs dies.

(cyclingnews.com)-"Andy Rihs, the owner of BMC Racing Team, died on Wednesday at the age of 75. The Swiss businessman, who was also the head of bicycle manufacturer BMC, had been ill for some time and died in hospital in Zurich, surrounded by his family." (cyclingnews.com) (Mark Gunter)

April 19, 2018








Tour of the Alps: Luis Leon Sanchez wins stage 4 in Lienz.

(cyclingnews.com)-"Luis Leon Sanchez claimed victory on stage 4 of the Tour of the Alps as Astana, once again, exploited a numerical advantage in the group of favorites. The Spaniard was one of five sky blue jerseys in the select group of 15 that formed on the late climb of the Bannberg and, after a fast descent, he made his move with two kilometers remaining." (cyclingnews.com) (Photo: Tim de Waele/Getty Images Sport)

April 19, 2018






Blevins wins stage 2 at Tour of the Gila.

(cyclingnews.com)-"Hagens Berman Axeon's Chris Blevins rode a successful breakaway to victory on stage 2 of the Tour of the Gila, winning a five-up sprint ahead of Daniel Jaramillo (UnitedHealthcare), Cormac McGeough (Jelly Belly Maxxis) Cullen Easter (303 Project) and Janier Acevedo (United Healthcare), who climbed to third overall with his result." (cyclingnews.com) (Photo: Jonathan Devich)

April 19, 2018





Tour of Croatia: Siutsou wins stage 3.

(cyclingnews.com)-"Belarussian takes out 28km summit finale." (cyclingnews.com) (Photo: Tim de Waele/Getty Images Sport)

April 19, 2018





Fondriest hopes Moscon can learn from mistakes as Reichenbach case nears conclusion.

(cyclingnews.com)-"Gianni Moscon's former mentor and agent Maurizio Fondriest believes the Team Sky rider can learn from his mistakes and emerge as a better person whatever the outcome of the UCI investigation into allegations that he deliberately caused Sebastien Reichenbach to crash during last year's Tre Valli Varesine race." (cyclingnews.com) (Photo: Tim de Waele/Getty Images Sport)

April 19, 2018





Young French rider shot by gunman in passing car.

(cyclingnews.com)-"Clément Delcros, who rides with the AVC Aix-en-Provence team, took a bullet to the shoulder from a gunman in a passing car before riding to the nearest hospital for treatment.

The 18 year old said he heard a bang and felt pain in his shoulder but was so shocked he didn't initially realize he'd been shot."
(cyclingnews.com) (Clément Delcros)

April 19, 2018





Hands-on: New $299 AeroPod Aerodynamic Sensor.

(dcrainmaker.com)"-"A few minutes ago AeroPod launched for purchase on Kickstarter, though, the company is hardly new to the aero field. In fact, one could argue that nobody as has much experience (manufacturing or practical) with aerodynamic sensors in the industry than Velocomp. After all, they’ve been making aerodynamic driven cycling products for a decade, most recently with their PowerPod." (dcrainmaker.com)

April 19, 2018





‘The UCI must be consistent’: Tiesj Benoot critical of governing body over bike path rulings.

(cyclingweekly.com)"-"The UCI commissaires must remain consistent in their application of the rules, says Lotto Soudal star Tiesj Benoot, after Luke Rowe (Team Sky) was ejected from the Tour of Flanders for riding on a bike path behind spectators, while Peter Sagan (Bora Hansgrohe) did not for a similar incident at Amstel Gold Race." (cyclingweekly.com)

April 19, 2018






Ben O’Connor: ‘Froome came to say congratulations. I’m such an unknown that it was the first time I’ve ever spoken to him’.

(cyclingweekly.com)-"Ben O’Connor’s unexpected victory on stage three of the Tour of the Alps is still sinking in for the young Dimension Data rider, as is the fact that he crossed the line solo ahead of riders that he has mainly only seen on TV at the Tour de France." (cyclingweekly.com) (Photo: Tim de Waele/Getty Images Sport)

April 19, 2018





The doyen of La Doyenne: Merckx on his love of Liège Bastogne Liège.

(rouleur.cc)-"Liège Bastogne Liege was initially one of the hardest nuts for Merckx to crack in his racing career: he had to wait till 1969 for his first title. But once he got going, Merckx racked up a record five wins over the next six years." (rouleur.cc) Photographs: Offside/L'Equipe

April 19, 2018





Savio’s talent factory: How the Italian keeps finding new Colombian stars.

(cyclingweekly.com)-"I try to do my best with the limited resources I have. I’m in contact with several people in Colombia and make several trips there. Don’t forget, I spent years as the national coach for their team." (cyclingweekly.com) (Photo: Yuzuru Sunada)

April 19, 2018





Hit by a car four days ago and still on track for the Giro.

(cyclingweekly.com)-"George Bennett found himself lying on the tarmac after a driver turned in front of him, a collision which took place at such speed that the New Zealander said he took the car’s bike rack clean off with his knees." (cyclingweekly.com) (Photo: Tim de Waele/Getty Images Sport)

April 19, 2018





How light is too light?

(velonews.com)""The 6.8-kilogram rule is archaic and has been around since early carbon to protect us from riding a ‘soggy noodle,’” Peter Stetina says. “This rule doesn’t correlate to safety or handling of a modern bike. I’m not saying they need to abolish the weight limit, just update it for modern science and let the industry continue to innovate." (velonews.com)

April 19, 2018





Mur de Huy to remain Fleche Wallonne finish for next six years.

(cyclingnews.com)-"A report in the Belgian media on Thursday claims that La Flèche Wallonne will continue to use the summit finish at the Mur de Huy until at least 2024." (cyclingnews.com) (Photo: Tim de Waele/Getty Images Sport)

April 19, 2018





‘I didn’t know I’d won’: Surprise Flèche Wallonne victory a coming of age for Julian Alaphilippe.

(cyclingweekly.com)-"I didn’t know I had won the race, when I crossed the finish line I saw my cousin who told me I had, so there was a wow effect." (cyclingweekly.com) (Photo: Yuzuru Sunada)

April 19, 2018






Nibali helps light up Fleche Wallonne with '50km full gas'.

(cyclingnews.com)-"Vincenzo Nibali won Milan San Remo in thrilling style last month when he wasn't even Bahrain Merida's number one leader, and the same situation nearly came to pass on Wednesday at La Flèche Wallonne as the Italian helped prize open the usually predictable race." (cyclingnews.com) (Bettini Photo)

April 19, 2018






Katusha Alpecin's Marco Haller 'out for months' after driver hit him in training.

(road.cc)"-"The 27 year old had been expected to form part of Marcel Kittel’s leadout train at the Tour de France in July but will almost certainly miss the race. He was out riding with his friend and compatriot, Dimension Data rider Bernie Eisel, in the province of Carinthia when the incident happened yesterday." (road.cc)

April 19, 2018





Hands-on: Quarq TyreWiz Cycling Pressure Sensor.

(dcrainmaker.com)"-"Today Quarq announced their latest creation - the TyreWiz, which monitors your tire pressure on your bike. These small sensors attach to Presta tire values, so basically most bike tires that this target market would care about (mountain, road, fat bikes). From there the unit then transmits your tire pressure second by second to your head unit, be it a Garmin device or a Wahoo ELEMNT/BOLT, or even just your phone." (dcrainmaker.com)

April 19, 2018





Sea Otter Classic: Oakley Flight Jacket.

(roadbikeaction.com)"-"Oakley just recently launched their new Flight Jacket sunglass that we’ve been looking into more here at the Sea Otter Classic. What’s noticeably different is that the top of the lens doesn’t have a frame which their previous Jawbreaker glass had." (roadbikeaction.com)

April 19, 2018





Alba Optics’ Delta glasses.

(rouleur.cc)"-"About a year ago, Alba Optics was a company still looking for its product. It started visiting frame designers around their base in northern Italy, hoping to find a style that suited them. Then it unearthed the Delta frame, which had been laid dormant since 1988. Trends come. Trends go. Trends evidently come back again." (rouleur.cc)

April 19, 2018





Easton releases gravel specific chainrings.

(cyclingnews.com)-"There's no denying the simplicity and popularity of dedicated single chainring drivetrains. But there are trade-offs with cadence and gear range. Easton is hoping to eliminate those downsides with its new gravel, adventure and cyclocross double chainrings. " (cyclingnews.com) (bikeradar.com)

April 19, 2018





Sidi releases Giro edition Sidi Shot shoes.

(road.cc)""The Shots are the official shoe of the 2018 Giro, so if you feel a Maglia Rosa is a bit too much and you'd rather show your Giro devotion in a more subtle way (or alternatively want some shoes to match it) then these could be up your street." (road.cc)

April 19, 2018





Sea Otter Classic ’18: Light & Motion introduces the motion-activated Vya.

(bicycletimesmag.com)"-"The Vya doesn’t have an on/off switch; instead, riders simply plug the USB end into the light mount and start riding. Once the Smart Sensor in the light senses motion, the light will turn on. Once you’re stopped for 20 seconds, the light will turn off." (bicycletimesmag.com)

April 19, 2018





Liege Bastogne Liege: Another Valverde-Alaphilippe showdown?

(cyclingnews.com)-"Last year when Alejandro Valverde was asked in a Movistar press conference which victory he wanted the most in the Ardennes Classics, he did not even hesitate for one millisecond before saying Liège Bastogne Liège. After his shock defeat on the slopes of the Mur de Huy in Wednesday's Fléche Wallonne, the question is: Can Valverde bounce back high enough to win on the final climb to Ans come Sunday?" (cyclingnews.com) (Photo: Tim de Waele/Getty Images Sport)

April 19, 2018






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April 18, 2018






Alaphilippe wins La Flèche Wallonne.

(cyclingnews.com)-"Julian Alaphilippe ended Alejandro Valverde’s run at La Fleche Wallonne with a virtuoso performance from the Frenchman and his Quick-Step Floors team." (cyclingnews.com) (Photo: Tim de Waele/Getty Images Sport)

April 18, 2018







van der Breggen wins La Fleche Wallonne Feminine.

(cyclingnews.com)-"Anna van der Breggen (Boels Dolmans) has won the women's Fleche Wallonne. The Dutchwoman claimed the race for the fourth year in a row, beating Ashleigh Moolman-Pasio (Cervelo Bigla) and her Boels Dolmans teammate Megan Guarnier to the summit of the Mur de Huy." (cyclingnews.com) (Photo: Tim de Waele/Getty Images Sport)

April 18, 2018







Five talking points from La Flèche Wallonne 2018.

(cyclingweekly.com)-"We’ve waited years for a Flèche Wallonne as exciting as this one. It wasn’t just that the Alejandro Valverde hegemony was broken - it was the way the race played out before the Mur de Huy that made the 2018 edition the best in recent memory." (cyclingweekly.com) (Photo: Yuzuru Sunada)

April 18, 2018







Valverde vows to return to Fleche Wallonne fray for sixth title.

(cyclingnews.com)-"There are plenty of cliches out there about nothing lasting forever, but five years represent an eternity in the intense world of Classics racing. So when Alejandro Valverde (Movistar) failed to triumph in La Flèche Wallonne on Wednesday for the fifth April in a row, it represented a shocking defeat with a capital S." (cyclingnews.com) (Photo: Tim de Waele/Getty Images Sport)

April 18, 2018





Boels Dolmans mechanic wakes from coma in time for team’s Fleche Wallonne win.

(velonews.com)-"According to Dutch broadcaster NOS, Steege suffered a heart attack on Monday morning while at the team hotel. Fortunately, a team physician of Team Sky - staying at the same hotel as Boels - was quickly on the scene to attend to Steege. Steege was resuscitated, and then put into an artificial coma." (velonews.com) Photo: Luc Claessen/Getty Images)

April 18, 2018







Tour of the Alps: O'Connor wins stage 3.

(cyclingnews.com)-"Ben O’Connor (Dimension Data) took victory on a thrilling stage 3 of the Tour of the Alps, stealing away from an 11-rider group of overall favorites in the flat final 10 kilometres of the short mountain stage from Ora to Merano." (cyclingnews.com) (Photo: Tim de Waele/Getty Images Sport)

April 18, 2018






O'Connor gives Dimension Data something to celebrate at the Tour of the Alps.

(cyclingnews.com)-"The Dimension Data soigneur jumped for joy and punched the air as Ben O'Connor took his solo victory at the Tour of the Alps in Merano. The 22 year old Australia rider joined them in celebration as he realized he had pulled off a breakthrough victory and given the African team something to celebrate after a series of injuries to key riders." (cyclingnews.com) (Photo: Tim de Waele/Getty Images Sport)

April 18, 2018





Grosu claims stage 2 of Tour of Croatia.

(cyclingnews.com)-"Nippo Vini Fantini rider moves into race lead." (cyclingnews.com) (Bettini Photo)


April 18, 2018






Hall claims Tour of the Gila opening stage.

(cyclingnews.com)-"Katie Hall (United Healthcare) scored a repeat victory on the climb above Mogollon on the opening stage of the Tour of the Gila.

Hall out-climbed Rally's Sara Poidevin with Frenchwoman Edwige Pitel (QCW) taking third."
(cyclingnews.com) (Photo: Jonathan Devich)



April 18, 2018





Garmin Edge 130 In-Depth Review.

(dcrainmaker.com)"-"As a techie-geek I suppose there’s some expectation that I’ll be most impressed with the higher end gear. The stuff that has all the bells and whistles, and usually costs more. But here’s the funny thing - out of the pile of Garmin new gear announcements today, I’m most impressed with the little Edge 130." (dcrainmaker.com)

April 18, 2018








Garmin launches Edge 130 and 520 Plus GPS computers, new Varia rearview radar.

(cyclingtips.com)Photography"Garmin has refreshed its cycling line with three new products that the U.S. company announced Wednesday in conjunction with the 2018 Sea Otter Classic in Monterey, California. Among the new releases are two new Edge GPS cycling computers - the budget minded Edge 130 and the more performance oriented Edge 520 Plus - as well as an update to its rearview radar unit for cycling, the Varia RTL510." (cyclingtips.com)Photography by Garmin International

April 18, 2018





Belgian rider Jeroen Goeleven, 25, dies in his sleep.

(cyclingweekly.com)-"Belgian cyclist Jeroen Goeleven, 25, died in his sleep last night from what initial reports suggest was natural causes, happening only two weeks after Michael Goolaerts suffered a heart attack in Paris Roubaix." (cyclingweekly.com) (Facebook/Danny Goeleven)

April 18, 2018





The return of the all-rounder: how riders are becoming more versatile.

(cyclingweekly.com)-"The greats of yesteryear like Fausto Coppi, Eddy Merckx and Bernard Hinault would star across multiple disciplines, competing in the wide variety of stage races and Classics the calendar has to offer without feeling the need to sacrifice one at the expense of focusing exclusively on another." (cyclingweekly.com) (Photo: Yuzuru Sunada)

April 18, 2018







Transformed Froome prepares for run at Giro’s pink jersey.

(velonews.com)-"The Chris Froome you see racing this week in the Tour of the Alps is not the same as the one or two months ago. His Team Sky said he completed a transformation ahead of the 2018 Giro d’Italia, appearing like the lean and focused cyclist who has four Tour de France titles." (velonews.com) (Photo: Tim de Waele/Getty Images Sport)

April 18, 2018





Alberto Contador: The five races that changed my life.

(cyclingnews.com)-"Alberto Contador started his professional cycling career in 2003 and raced for some of the top teams in the world before retiring in 2017. Regarded as one of the sport's best climbers, Contador won multiple titles in all three Grand Tours: Giro d'Italia, Tour de France and Vuelta a España." (cyclingnews.com) a (Michael Aisner)

April 18, 2018






Mark Cavendish to race Tour de Yorkshire in early comeback.

(cyclingnews.com)-"Following his brutal crash at Milan San Remo last month, Mark Cavendish (Dimension Data) will make an earlier than expected return to racing at the Tour de Yorkshire at the start of May." (cyclingnews.com) (Bettini Photo)

April 18, 2018





CycleVision Edge dual camera helmet review.

(cyclingtips.com)-"Each camera has its own 32GB internal memory card (which can’t be accessed or upgraded without dismantling the helmet) and Micro-USB slot from which stored footage can be pulled. The back USB port is used to charge both cameras. A WiFi connection can also be used to provide a live feed from the camera it’s connected to - perfect if you want to set up your mobile phone on your handlebars and have a live-feed of what’s behind you." (cyclingtips.com) Photography by Matt de Neef

April 18, 2018





Oss Goes On The Road.

(pelotonmagazine.com)"-"Italy’s Daniel Oss is many things. He’s an inspired musician and one of the world’s most-respected team riders. But while he spends most of the season riding shotgun for Peter Sagan on the Bora Hansgrohe team, Oss sometimes likes to get away from racing." (pelotonmagazine.com)

April 18, 2018





Scott sends out warning about ‘fake online stores’.

(cyclingweekly.com)"-"Fake online stores are ever increasing according to bike brand Scott, which is taking action against many fraudulent websites in order to protect its customers. The latest drive from Scott is due to it seeing these types of fake online stores increasing at an alarming rate." (cyclingweekly.com)

April 18, 2018





The most expensive bikes on the planet.

(bikeroar.com)""Most of us would agree that the money we spend on our bikes is a good investment. Within reason, we are usually happy to pay a little more to get newer tech, a lighter frame, or better handling. But what happens when the spending gets out of control and a new bike costs more than a new car?" (bikeroar.com)

April 18, 2018





Peter Sagan spotted wearing unreleased 100% sunglasses at Paris Roubaix.

(cyclingweekly.com)-"So far, we’re unable to find any information on the 100% website about the new-look shades, but from what we can tell from the photos the glasses have a different look to much of 100%’s other gear." (cyclingweekly.com) (Photo: Yuzuru Sunada)

April 18, 2018





What Causes Muscle Cramps, And How Do We Treat Them?

(capovelo.com)"-"We know cramps are rarely seen at the start of a sporting contest, but regularly seen at the end. So fatigue seems to be the defining factor in exercise. Some researchers have long suggested dehydration and electrolyte imbalance (such as decreased salt content) as a cause. But recent reviews have downplayed this theory." (capovelo.com)

April 18, 2018







2018 Fleche Wallonne LIVE stream.

(cyclingfans.com)""2018 La Fleche Wallonne LIVE April 18, Belgium.

Race starts at 11:15am CET (5:15am U.S. Eastern).

Finish at around 4:23pm CET (10:23am U.S. Eastern).

Live video from 2:10pm CET (8:10am U.S. Eastern)."
(cyclingfans.com)

April 18, 2018






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