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When races go wrong: Inside the chaos of the Kelly Country Road Race

Organising bike races is a mostly thankless task. All those hours of planning, the careful logistics management, the syncing of multiple moving parts — it all happens behind the scenes, away from the public gaze. Get everything right and your hard work will go largely unnoticed. Get it wrong, though, and it’s a different story … The post When races go wrong: Inside the chaos of the Kelly Country Road Race appeared first on CyclingTips. ...


Tariffs; Hayman retiring; Van Aert terminates contract: Daily News Digest

Supported by Welcome to your Daily News Digest. Here’s what’s happening today: Its been quite a news day. The long-anticipated U.S. tariffs against Chinese-made products have come into effect and much of the bike industry will be affected. Australian Mathew Hayman announced he will retire in January and c...


The weekly spin: On rider representation, and David Millar’s protest candidacy

The weekly spin is a new column from our Editor at Large, offering commentary and analysis on topics ranging from racing to tech to industry to travel to simple observations from the saddle. David Millar is running to become president of the CPA, the professional riders’ union. He knows he won’t win. The Scottish former … The post The weekly spin: On rider representation, and David Millar’s protest candidacy appeared first on CyclingTips. ...


Dreaming big: How one woman rode the Vuelta route before the pros

There is no three-week Grand Tour for female cyclists, yet it’s a challenge many have found a way to take on. We can look right back to 1924 when the “devil in a dress” Alfonsina Strada, entered under a man’s name and rode the Giro d’Italia. Just a couple of months ago 13 women rode … The post Dreaming big: How one woman rode the Vuelta route before the pros appeared first on CyclingTips. ...


Bottom brackets, crank axles and bearings: Your guide to a compatible fit

The evolution of road bikes may have provided cyclists with frames that are lighter, stiffer and more aerodynamic, but there has also been a substantial increase in the number of bottom bracket and crank axle designs. The once ubiquitous threaded bottom bracket shell has given way to larger threadless designs while the diameter of crank … The post Bottom brackets, crank axles and bearings: Your guide to a compatible fit appeared first on CyclingTips. ...


‘Cross is here; Winder wins again: Daily News Digest

Supported by Welcome to your Daily News Digest. Here’s what’s happening today: Yes, La Vuelta just ended a mere 24 hours ago and the world road championships in Austria still need to take place, but as the leaves turn colourful in Europe, tarmac will also turn to grass and tires will become treaded. It...


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When races go wrong: Inside the chaos of the Kelly Country Road Race

Organising bike races is a mostly thankless task. All those hours of planning, the careful logistics management, the syncing of multiple moving parts — it all happens behind the scenes, away from the public gaze. Get everything right and your hard work will go largely unnoticed. Get it wrong, though, and it’s a different story … The post When races go wrong: Inside the chaos of the Kelly Country Road Race appeared first on CyclingTips. ...


Tariffs; Hayman retiring; Van Aert terminates contract: Daily News Digest

Supported by Welcome to your Daily News Digest. Here’s what’s happening today: Its been quite a news day. The long-anticipated U.S. tariffs against Chinese-made products have come into effect and much of the bike industry will be affected. Australian Mathew Hayman announced he will retire in January and c...


The weekly spin: On rider representation, and David Millar’s protest candidacy

The weekly spin is a new column from our Editor at Large, offering commentary and analysis on topics ranging from racing to tech to industry to travel to simple observations from the saddle. David Millar is running to become president of the CPA, the professional riders’ union. He knows he won’t win. The Scottish former … The post The weekly spin: On rider representation, and David Millar’s protest candidacy appeared first on CyclingTips. ...


Dreaming big: How one woman rode the Vuelta route before the pros

There is no three-week Grand Tour for female cyclists, yet it’s a challenge many have found a way to take on. We can look right back to 1924 when the “devil in a dress” Alfonsina Strada, entered under a man’s name and rode the Giro d’Italia. Just a couple of months ago 13 women rode … The post Dreaming big: How one woman rode the Vuelta route before the pros appeared first on CyclingTips. ...


Bottom brackets, crank axles and bearings: Your guide to a compatible fit

The evolution of road bikes may have provided cyclists with frames that are lighter, stiffer and more aerodynamic, but there has also been a substantial increase in the number of bottom bracket and crank axle designs. The once ubiquitous threaded bottom bracket shell has given way to larger threadless designs while the diameter of crank … The post Bottom brackets, crank axles and bearings: Your guide to a compatible fit appeared first on CyclingTips. ...


‘Cross is here; Winder wins again: Daily News Digest

Supported by Welcome to your Daily News Digest. Here’s what’s happening today: Yes, La Vuelta just ended a mere 24 hours ago and the world road championships in Austria still need to take place, but as the leaves turn colourful in Europe, tarmac will also turn to grass and tires will become treaded. It...


SKU-21-NC-200-3203 FSA Road BB/PF30 to MegaExo Reducer Bottom Bracket Adapter from Bikewagon  sku

FSA Road BB/PF30 to MegaExo Reducer Bottom Bracket Adapter - 21-NC-200-3203 by Fsa

Item description: This components Cranksets product is by Fsa - The FSA BB30/PF30 to MegaExo bottom bracket reducer allows you to run either an FSA MegaExo or Shimano Hollowtech II spindle crank into BB30/PF30 shells.Aluminum covered in plasticAnodized black83gNew... Learn More

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