Review: The Best Bicycle Tyre Inflators To Use With An Air Compressor

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Deceuninck-Quick-Step Will Become Quick-Step Alpha Vinyl In 2022

.rssTitle, .rssSubTitle, .rssContent, .rssBottomLinks {display: none;} img {max-width:100% !important; height: auto !important} Deceuninck-Quick-Step will become Quick-Step Alpha Vinyl in 2022 After three seasons as Deceuninck-Quick-Step, the Belgian WorldTour squad run by will race under an updated moniker in 2022. Read More

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Deceuninck-Quickstep To Become Quick-Step Alpha Vinyl Team

Deceuninck-QuickStep to become Quick-Step Alpha Vinyl Team

Will Strickson 12 Jul 2021 Patrick Lefevere's Wolfpack will only have one name sponsor in 2022 as Deceuninck contract ends while Quick-Step extends deal Deceuninck-QuickStep have announced that they will go by the name Quick-Step Alpha Vinyl Team in 2022. As the deal with window specialist Deceuninck comes to an end after an incredibly successful three years, definitely getting its money's worth, Quick-Step will become the only name sponsor for next year. Having recently extended its partnership with Patrick Lefevere's outfit until 2027, the flooring brand that has been the team's main sponsor since their inception will use the opportunity to promote its Alpha Vinyl range. You can see why the sponsor remains attached to the Wolfpack too, not only do they consistently win the biggest races on the cycling calendar but the team's output runs parallel with the brand's own plans. See related Qhubeka-NextHash: new long-term sponsor, name and ...

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Hunt 48 Limitless Aero Disc Road Wheelset Review: Wide And Stable

.rssTitle, .rssSubTitle, .rssContent, .rssBottomLinks {display: none;} Hunt 48 Limitless Aero Disc road wheelset review: wide and stable A long-term review of Hunt's premium all-rounder road race wheelset. Read More

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What Do The Team Sponsors Of The Men’S Worldtour Actually Do?

.rssTitle, .rssSubTitle, .rssContent, .rssBottomLinks {display: none;} What do the team sponsors of the men's WorldTour actually do? From supermarkets to SIM cards, these brands are looking for a return on their investment this Tour de France. Read More

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Minty-Fresh Energy Products From The Lakes, A Leatt Enduro Helmet, Hutchinson Tubeless Tech And Waterproof Socks From Dexshell

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How To Plan Your First Road Bike Ride

Female cyclist riding Decathlon Triban road gravel bike through tunnel

Everything you need for an enjoyable introduction to road cycling

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How To Build A Home Bicycle Workshop

Cyclist magazine 13 Apr 2021 Doing it yourself won’t just give you a sense of smug satisfaction, it’ll save you time and cash too Take a peek in the workshop of your local bike shop and you may be left dumbstruck. There’ll be strange-looking tools hanging from walls, bikes stripped down and hanging from stands, pots of brightly coloured fluids sitting on worktops, oily rags, latex gloves… To the untrained eye, it may look like there’s serious alchemy at work, but the truth is if you can assemble a flat-packed Ikea wardrobe, with a little know-how you can keep your bike in fine fettle too. In fact, the business of bicycle maintenance has never been simpler, thanks to manufacturers making components easier than ever to service and install. The only limiting factor will be the time it takes to do the job yourself. But seeing as any decent bike shop ...

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Patrick Lefevere Says Bora-Hansgrohe Is Coming For His Whole Team

Patrick Lefevere has alleged that Bora-Hansgrohe wants to buy the entire Deceuninck-QuickStep squad to get Remco Evenepoel. The post Patrick Lefevere says Bora-Hansgrohe is coming for his whole team appeared first on CyclingTips .

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Rapha Women's Pro Team Winter Bibtights And Pro Team Winter Jacket Review

Emily Chappell Thursday, February 11, 2021 - 10:37 A sleek, snug, smart winter ensemble, designed to cope with the worst of the weather. Photos supplied by Rapha 4.0 / 5 Tights £210; Jacket £180 I ask a lot more of my kit in winter than I do in summer. Not only does it have to look good, perform well and protect me from the elements – it also has to help me overcome my perpetual reluctance to leave the house when the skies are grey, the roads are covered in mud and the temperature’s hovering in the low single figures. The Rapha Women's Pro Team winter bibtights and Pro Team winter jacket tick all of these boxes most emphatically. Rapha Women's Pro Team winter bibtights They’ve even managed to solve the biggest headache of all – that moment where you finally acknowledge your full bladder, and have to strip to ...

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Strength Training For Cyclists: How To Prevent Injury And Get Stronger On The Bike

Different exercises to strengthen parts of your body prone to cycling injuries

Lingering injuries can suck the fun out of your cycling. Here’s how to strengthen the bits of your body prone to injury

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Cycling Strength Circuits: Get Strong For The Saddle

Ben Ince 19 Jan 2021 Do these circuits at home or the gym to be faster and more injury-proof on the bike Photography: Danny Bird Nothing beats time in the saddle for improving your cycling, but with the NHS now advising two strength sessions a week for general fitness, and recent research highlighting the benefits for cyclists (see issue 108), there has never been a better time to embrace off-the-bike training. Strength training is a crucial part of every pro’s arsenal, but this hasn’t always been the case. Despite their status as elite endurance athletes, previous generations had a higher propensity for osteoporosis later in life, having never done the load-bearing work required to increase their bone density. ‘People think strength training is all about building muscle to ride faster, but it’s also crucial for correcting imbalances and preventing injury,’ says coach Richard Lord from Espresso Cycle Coaching . ‘A ...

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Bikes Of The Bunch: Specialized Creo Superpunteur

This week’s Bikes of the Bunch is a first for us. It’s an e-bike. And while at first glance it looks like the e-bike we took with us to our Gravel Field Test in Sedona, Arizona, it’s quite different and even more interesting. The bike’s owner is lifelong bike geek Tristan Thomas, founder and owner … The post Bikes of the Bunch: Specialized Creo SuperPunteur appeared first on CyclingTips .

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From The Top: How Zipp Wheels Was Built Podcast Transcript

Listen to the full podcast episode here. Andy Ording: We rode bikes in South Africa because, like Australia, you can’t drive till you’re 18. So we lived on bikes, but bikes were transportation. I mean, we would ride bikes to the forestry station so that we could hike for the weekend, and then ride home … The post From the Top: How Zipp Wheels was built podcast transcript appeared first on CyclingTips .

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From The Top: How Zipp Wheels Was Built Podcast Transcript

Listen to the full podcast episode here. Andy Ording: We rode bikes in South Africa because, like Australia, you can’t drive till you’re 18. So we lived on bikes, but bikes were transportation. I mean, we would ride bikes to the forestry station so that we could hike for the weekend, and then ride home … The post From the Top: How Zipp Wheels was built podcast transcript appeared first on CyclingTips .

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From The Top: How Wahoo Fitness Was Built Podcast Transcript

Listen to the full podcast episode here. Chip Hawkins: (Wahoo Fitness): Yeah. So I was born in New Orleans, Louisiana to young parents. My mom and dad were dating in high school, so I was actually a surprise. Wade Wallace: : (CyclingTips): Yeah, wow. Chip Hawkins:: And ended up spending my early life in … … The post From the Top: How Wahoo Fitness was built podcast transcript appeared first on CyclingTips .

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What’S Faster, A 29er Or Mullet Bike Setup?

What’s faster, a 29er or mullet bike set up?

Are big wheels always faster? Or can a “mullet” setup with a smaller back wheel give you more speed and style? We set racer, coach and tech-expert Will Soffe the challenge to find out

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Ten Products I Loved In 2019: Caley Fretz

I find these lists surprisingly difficult to put together. Not because of some dearth of products I use on a regular basis, and love dearly, but because the products I use most often tend to fade into the background. I ended up scrolling through photos of myself on Instagram to help remember what I actually … The post Ten products I loved in 2019: Caley Fretz appeared first on CyclingTips .

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Yuba Electric Supermarche E-Cargo Bike Review: The Smile Machine

At nearly 50kg all in, the Yuba Electric Supermarche is undoubtedly the heaviest rig ever tested on CyclingTips. However, it’s also the most useful bike we’ve ever tested, and despite its obvious lack of “performance features”, it’s arguably the type of bike that can have the biggest effect on how much time you spend in … The post Yuba Electric Supermarche e-cargo bike review: The smile machine appeared first on CyclingTips .

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Gent-Wevelgem To Start From Ypres From Next Year

Gent-Wevelgem to start from Ypres from next year

Joseph Delves 5 Sep 2019 Spring Classic to retain its name but ditch its current start point for a 50km shift to the southwest Flemish one-day Classic Gent-Wevelgem will start in Ypres rather than the now-familiar starting point of Deinze from next year. The move follows an agreement between the city and organisers of the WorldTour event that covers the next six years. 'We’re very proud of this collaboration,' said Emmily Talpe, mayor of the city of Ypres in response to the news. 'It puts Ypres on the international map after the previous WW1 commemorations. The media attention for such a race is immense.' Run by Flanders Classics, Flemish newspaper Het Nieuwsblad reported that the deal will see the town of Ypres pay 100,000 euros each year, an amount that will also increase annually by 10,000 euros. With the race passing several battlefields, the new route aims to reinforce its ...

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