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Review: The 2019 Norco Fluid FS1 29er packs a punch with high value build
In a world of ever-increasing prices, it’s nice to know brands still strive to present good value. With their updated Fluid FS line, Norco offers beginner and mid-level riders some highly capable complete builds at very reasonable prices. The 2019 Fluid frames feature impressive finishing touches, and they’re built with components that provide most of […] The post Review: The 2019 Norco Fluid FS1 29er packs a punch with high value build appeared first on Bikerumor .
Giant Contend 2020 entry-level road range: Overhauled and more versatile
While top-tier bikes are becoming more expensive, the opposite end of the spectrum offers surprisingly good bikes for not a lot of money. Case in point, the overhauled 2020 Giant Contend SL Disc and all-new Giant Contend AR ranges which have prices starting at just US$1,000 / AU$1,399. Here’s a quick look at what’s new. … The post Giant Contend 2020 entry-level road range: Overhauled and more versatile appeared first on CyclingTips .
Elia Viviani’s Specialized S-Works Venge from the 2019 Tour de France
Two-in-two for the Deceuninck-Quick-Step team
Review: Channel 5's Cyclists: Scourge Of The Streets?
A documentary so one-sided it makes you wonder why they bothered with the question mark
BMC Unrestricted URS 2020 first-ride review: Gravel bike or MTB?
It wasn’t long ago that we thought of gravel as a fringe discipline of road cycling, a discipline where niche brands like Salsa Cycles had a near monopoly. Now you’ll be hard pressed to find a single global bike brand that doesn’t have a bike dedicated to gravel. BMC only recently dipped its toes into … The post BMC Unrestricted URS 2020 first-ride review: Gravel bike or MTB? appeared first on CyclingTips .
Gallery: Elia Viviani's Tour de France stage winning Specialized S-Works Venge
Joe Robinson 10 Jul 2019 An in-depth look at the fastest bike in the Tour de France peloton* Deceuninck-Quickstep's Elia Viviani proved a class above the rest as he sprinted to Stage 4 victory in Nancy after a perfectly executed lead out by teammates Michael Morkov and Max Richeze. The combination of expert teamwork and explosive sprint propelled Viviani ahead of the likes of Alexander Kristoff and Caleb Ewan to a win that he ultimately took quite comfortably. The bike he rode to victory also played its part in the Belgian team's second win in as many days and Cyclist got to have a little look at this weapon of choice before the race began. Being an out-and-out fastman, it is of no surprise that Viviani opts for the Specialized S-Works Venge disc as his go-to bike considering it is the aerodynamic option in the American brand's range. Image 2 ...
Long-term review: FSA Powerbox Carbon power cranks
Stu Bowers Wednesday, July 10, 2019 - 10:23 A lightweight and attractive power meter fit to adorn any high-end road bike 4.5 / 5 £1099.95 FSA has worked with German manufacturer, Power2Max, for this spider based system, the FSA Powerbox Carbon power cranks. That’s no bad thing at all. Power2Max has an excellent reputation for high quality products, so much so Cannondale has recently selected P2M power meters for OE spec on many of its top end bikes. To avoid confusion here this is a single sided power meter, as there are only strain gauges in the right hand spider, but it can still effectively provide many of the same metrics as a 'true' dual-sided system, just arguably ever-so slightly less accurate as it’s algorithm is not true-data based. FSA Powerbox is capable of providing left and right leg balance data as well as more sophisticated pedalling efficiency analysis (requires ...
Wahoo buys popular training app Sufferfest
Joe Robinson 9 Jul 2019 Indoor training giant continue its rapid growth with latest purchase Cycling fitness and GPS brand Wahoo has spread its reach even further with the acquisition of popular training app Sufferfest, the American company announced the purchase sayings that it would help expand its range of indoor training products by introducing 'the most complete training platform for cyclists, triathletes and other endurance athletes,' as it continues to grow as one of the world's leading training companies. Wahoo will likely better integrate the use of the Sufferfest into its 'ecosystem' of indoor training products , such as its Kickr turbo training and Tickr heart rate monitor, but confirmed it has no plans to change the 'business offering or structure' of the Sufferfest. Talking of the acquisition, Wahoo founder Chip Hawkins said, 'We are really pleased to bring together the Wahooligan and Sufferlandrian communities. We share a common ...
Julian Alaphilippe’s stage-winning Specialized S-Works Tarmac Disc from the 2019 Tour de France
Deceuninck-Quick-Step rider solos into the yellow jersey on Specialized's lightweight all-rounder
Tour de France: Momentum still with Bernal as Thomas loses five seconds in fraught finale
Who's the boss? The five seconds Egan Bernal gained on Geraint Thomas when the peloton split on the drag to the line at Épernay on stage 3 won't decide the hierarchy at Team Ineos, far less the outcome of the Tour de France itself, but it felt like a microcosm of their contrasting approaches to this race all the same. The short, sharp haul up the Rue de Coteaux was all about momentum. Bernal, fresh from Tour de Suisse victory last month, has it in spades. Thomas, who endured a truncated build-up, is a man still in search of it. After a rugged finale that fizzed through champagne country, lone escapee Julian Alaphilippe (Deceuninck-QuickStep) was already celebrating stage victory and a stint in the maillot jaune by the time the reduced chasing peloton hit the 350m kick towards the line. Thomas was well positioned towards the front of that elite ...
Check out the S-Works Tarmac Disc Julian Alaphillipe rode to win Stage 3 of the Tour
Peter Stuart 8 Jul 2019 Julian Alaphillipe S-Works Tarmac Disc looks every bit the all-round breakaway speed machine of the French rider himself Julian Alaphillipe took an incredible solo win today on Stage 3 of the Tour de France, showcasing the rider's increasingly impressive all-round form. The S-Works Tarmac he rode may have played a smaller part than the Frenchman himself, but is well worth some admiration. Alaphillipe's S-Works Tarmac is arguably the perfect breakaway weapon of choice, with a mix of aerodynamics, stiffness and light weight. Image 4 of 17 Image 4 of 17 While the S-Works SL6 Tarmac is less aerodynamic than the S-Works Venge, it is still every bit as aerodydnamic as the original S-Works Venge, and has been honed in Specialized's own 'Win Tunnel.' Image 14 of 17 Image 14 of 17 Alaphillipe has sided for relatively deep Roval CLX50 wheels, which most likely brings the ...
Check out the S-Works Tarmac Julian Alaphillipe rode to win Stage 3 of the Tour
Peter Stuart 8 Jul 2019 Julian Alaphillipe S-Works Tarmac looks every bit the all-round breakaway speed machine of the French rider himself Julian Alaphillipe took an incredible solo win today on Stage 3 of the Tour de France, showcasing the rider's increasingly impressive all-round form. The S-Works Tarmac he rode may have played a smaller part than the Frenchman himself, but is well worth some admiration. Alaphillipe's S-Works Tarmac is arguably the perfect breakaway weapon of choice, with a mix of aerodynamics, stiffness and light weight. Image 4 of 17 Image 4 of 17 While the S-Works SL6 Tarmac is less aerodynamic than the S-Works Venge, it is still every bit as aerodydnamic as the original S-Works Venge, and has been honed in Specialized's own 'Win Tunnel.' Image 14 of 17 Image 14 of 17 Alaphillipe has sided for relatively deep Roval CLX50 wheels, which most likely brings the weight ...
Reviewed: Garmin Edge 830
Garmin's new Edge 830 is a substantial evolution from its predecessor, with several new features that cater to climbers, mountain bikers, and the safety-conscious. Read the full article at Reviewed: Garmin Edge 830 on VeloNews.com .
Tour de France bikes 2019: who’s riding what?
Frames, groupsets, wheels and finishing kit
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A dream-build YT Jeffsy that supports World Bicycle Relief
Bedecked with SRAM AXS, Zipp wheels, RockShox Pike Ultimate forks and Deluxe Ultimate shock, it's also up for auction for World Bicycle Relief
Gallery: Check out Trek-Segafredo's custom Tour de France bikes
Peter Stuart 4 Jul 2019 Richie Porte's Trek Emonda and an incredible custom painted Trek Madone are unleashed at the Tour Trek-Segafredo let Cyclist take a sneak peek at their fleet of bikes for the Grand Depart of the 2019 Tour de France in Brussels this weekend, and they certainly had some impressive tech to showcase. Richie Porte 's custom Trek Emonda SLR Disc is certainly kitted out for the intense climbing efforts that the Australian has ahead of him. With Sram's new Red AXS 24-speed groupset, he will have a wide range of gearing to choose from. Image 8 of 64 Image 8 of 64 Porte has also opted for the Sram AXS integrated Quarq power meter - a good show of faith in the reliability of the system. There's no surprise that he's opted for the Trek Emonda ahead of the Madone: with a frame weight of only ...
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The Cannibal and the thief: Merckx’s legendary 1969 Tour de France, 50 years on
Cycling, famously, is a sport of stars and water-carriers. The stars win; the water-carriers never do. But the history of cycling is written in those rare, fleeting moments when an unknown name attempts to steal victory from an established hero. Those moments are unlikely and rarely fruitful, but they define the sport just as much … The post The Cannibal and the thief: Merckx’s legendary 1969 Tour de France, 50 years on appeared first on CyclingTips .