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Highlights of 2018: Part I

Time to look back at the 2018 season, to select a few highlights for review the moment with added hindsight. First, the final stage of Paris-Nice, a cliffhanger on the corniche where the result was uncertain until the very end. An opening stage in the Paris suburbs saw a lively, cobbled uphill finish won by […]...


2018 Team Victory Rankings

With the season finished itís time to look back at the wins and also take a deeper look at the stats. Which teams had the most podium places but the fewest wins Which teams are the most reliant on one rider Quick Step top the table and by now you’re probably bored of it all, […]...


Roads to Ride: Colle San Carlo

A challenging climb that’s part scenic detour, part gymnasium. Off the radar for years, it’s on the route of the 2019 Giro and a rival to the likes of the Mortirolo and Mont du Chat thanks to its relentless gradient and length. The Route: the SR39 starts in Morgex in the Aosta valley of Italy […]...


2019 Giro díItalia Route

The Giro route is out and a quick glance shows the usual route with a loop towards the south and then the passage through the Alps before the finish. Look more closely and the route is more intriguing with new climbs, an unmentioned gravel road plus a record amount of vertical metres and three time […]...


Shrinking Time Trials

The Tour de France’s route was out and one of the features of the 2019 route was the lack of time trialling, both in the number of stages and the few kilometres on offer. It’s part of a trend as the chart shows. One frequent response in the comments and by email in recent days […]...


2019 Pro Cycling Calendar

Here’s the calendar for 2019. There are several new races and another blog post ought to look at the new races but in the meantime you can put all the major pro races, including the five day Coppi and Bartali week and the six day Four Days of Dunkerque into your digital diary. Thereís also […]...


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Triathlon handlebars Zipp Sl 70 Aero 42mm 31.8 - 1093887 by Zipp

Item description: This Other Zipp product is by Zipp - Triathlon Triathlon handlebars Zipp Sl 70 Aero 42mm 31.8. Zipps new SL-70 Aero is, in every way, a high-performance bar. This unidirectional carbon handlebar is packed with the innovations for best-in-class fit, ergonomics and aerodynamic performance. Wit... Learn More

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