Mechanical groupsets and Shimano 105 cranks – Vuelta a San Juan tech gallery

Mechanical groupsets and Shimano 105 cranks – Vuelta a San Juan tech gallery

This article first appeared on Cyclingnews . The Vuelta a San Juan has attracted some of the biggest teams in the peloton but also much smaller Continental and national teams from across South America, creating a contrast in ability and equipment. Many of the WorldTour teams have transitioned to disc brakes during the winter and have the best electronic groupsets from Shimano, SRAM and Campagnolo. In contrast, the riders in the smaller teams are often on different bike brands and components, with some frames showing years of use. All-new Campagnolo 12-speed EPS electronic groupset spotted New lightweight Specialized climbing shoe spotted at the Tour Down Under Cyclingnews wandered through the team parking before stage 2 to look at some of the bikes and tech. Several of the Deceuninck-QuickStep riders, including neo-pro Remco Evenepoel, were sporting the new Specialized lightweight climbing shoe that was first spotted at the Tour Down Under ...

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