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UCI to Introduce Cortisol Testing and Ban Tramadol

Don’t jump for joy yet, don’t open the champagne but all the same the news yesterday from the UCI that the Management Committee, its board, has announced it plans to test cortisol levels and ban Tramadol for 2019 and this is welcome news. Medical Explainer Cortisol is a hormone produced by the adrenal glands which […]...


Wednesday Shorts

The Adriatica Ionica stage race starts today, a 2.1 race in Italy. Normally with Halle-Ingooigem yesterday that’s it for pro racing beside the national championships until the Tour de France. Now there’s a new race to supply some more more race days and it takes place in north-eastern Italy with a finish in Trieste on […]...


2018 Tour de France Stage Guide

A quick look at each of the Tour de France stages. If there’s a theme to this year’s route it’s variety with short stages, long ones, sprints, cobbles, new summit finishes and more. Stage 1 – Saturday 7 July A long stage and the first half runs along the Atlantic coast. It’s a summer’s day […]...


Roads to Ride: Col de Peyresourde

Regularly used, rarely celebrated. The Col de Peyresourde is often a hyphen, linking different places during a stage of the Tour de France and that’s its charm, a crossing point with a useful halt at the top. The Route: the D618 heads west out of Bagnères-de-Luchon. It is 15.2km long at an average of 6.1% […]...


Thursday Shorts

The Tour de France will use a starting grid to place riders ahead of Stage 17, the ultra short stage of 65km from Bagnères-de-Luchon to Saint-Lary-Soulan. It’s been in the rulebook of the race for some time but seems to have caught attention recently. That’s the screengrab of the rules. The idea is that riders […]...


Yvette Hornère Obituary

Yvette Horner was at the intersection of French popular culture in the 1950s and 60s when she played the accordion at the Tour de France, a publicity stunt that made her famous and jump started her career that took her from the bars and cafés of Tarbes to Nashville, the big stage and prime time […]...


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UCI to Introduce Cortisol Testing and Ban Tramadol

Don’t jump for joy yet, don’t open the champagne but all the same the news yesterday from the UCI that the Management Committee, its board, has announced it plans to test cortisol levels and ban Tramadol for 2019 and this is welcome news. Medical Explainer Cortisol is a hormone produced by the adrenal glands which […]...


Wednesday Shorts

The Adriatica Ionica stage race starts today, a 2.1 race in Italy. Normally with Halle-Ingooigem yesterday that’s it for pro racing beside the national championships until the Tour de France. Now there’s a new race to supply some more more race days and it takes place in north-eastern Italy with a finish in Trieste on […]...


2018 Tour de France Stage Guide

A quick look at each of the Tour de France stages. If there’s a theme to this year’s route it’s variety with short stages, long ones, sprints, cobbles, new summit finishes and more. Stage 1 – Saturday 7 July A long stage and the first half runs along the Atlantic coast. It’s a summer’s day […]...


Roads to Ride: Col de Peyresourde

Regularly used, rarely celebrated. The Col de Peyresourde is often a hyphen, linking different places during a stage of the Tour de France and that’s its charm, a crossing point with a useful halt at the top. The Route: the D618 heads west out of Bagnères-de-Luchon. It is 15.2km long at an average of 6.1% […]...


Thursday Shorts

The Tour de France will use a starting grid to place riders ahead of Stage 17, the ultra short stage of 65km from Bagnères-de-Luchon to Saint-Lary-Soulan. It’s been in the rulebook of the race for some time but seems to have caught attention recently. That’s the screengrab of the rules. The idea is that riders […]...


Yvette Hornère Obituary

Yvette Horner was at the intersection of French popular culture in the 1950s and 60s when she played the accordion at the Tour de France, a publicity stunt that made her famous and jump started her career that took her from the bars and cafés of Tarbes to Nashville, the big stage and prime time […]...


FSA Gradient Low Rise Handlebar 31.8 x 15 x 740mm - 21-475-180-0561 - Other sku

- 21-475-180-0561 by Fsa

Item description: This Other Handlebars product is by Fsa - Having been a great competitor in mountain and road bike parts, FSA has went to work to provide mountain riders with its new Gravity brand. Gravity is made for mountain bikers who need strong reliable parts at a good price point.Material: carbonBar Clamp Diameter: 31.8Brake Clamp Diameter: 22.2Width: 740mmRise: 15Sweep: 9 degrees back sweep, 4 degrees up sweepColor: matte ud carbon finishWeight listed: 311g New... Learn More

Manufacturer: Fsa

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