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The CPA Contest

Having looked at the history of rider unions last week one theme was the divisions with unions forming and splitting. Here’s the follow up piece looking at the upcoming presidential election there’s a contest and even if the numbers say Millar has no chance it’s still useful to air ideas. Millar is unlikely to get […]...


Team Sky’s Finances

The latest set of Team Sky’s accounts has been published and here is a closer look at their finances including a bumper budget. Team Budget = £34.5 million Team Sky’s budget for 2017 was £34,496,000, up 11% on the previous year as the screengrab from their filed accounts shows. It was equivalent to US$46.2 million […]...


The Moment The Vuelta Was Won

Simon Yates leads on the Coll de la Rabassa, he’s been in the race lead for almost half the race but only with a handful of seconds on his rivals, now he’s turning this into minutes. If generals fight their last war, Mitchelton-Scott’s tactics were also shaped by the Giro and Yates’ collapse with three […]...


Vuelta a España Stage 21 Preview

A 100km criterium in Madrid before sunset. Mas y mas: a frenetic stage with Thomas de Gendt starring on the first climbs as he stitched up the mountains jersey. A break went but Astana led the peloton to set up a move by Miguel Angel Lopez and sure enough the Colombian went with 40km to […]...


Vuelta a España Stage 20 Preview

97km and almost 4,000 vertical metres, today’s stage has a y-axis of evil with more hairpins than a Broadway dressing room. Stage 19 Review: Movistar worked hard all day but imploded on the climb of the Coll de la Rabassa. It ought to have been a stage where Alejandro Valverde chipped away at Simon Yates’s […]...


Vuelta a España Stage 19 Preview

A short stage with a summit finish of sorts, selective enough to eject the sprinters but ideal for Alejandro Valverde to go for the time bonus although the breakaway hunters will Where’s Wallays A breakaway of three with Jetse Bol, Jelle Wallays and Sven Erik Bystøm who were all evenly matched but it looked like […]...


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The CPA Contest

Having looked at the history of rider unions last week one theme was the divisions with unions forming and splitting. Here’s the follow up piece looking at the upcoming presidential election there’s a contest and even if the numbers say Millar has no chance it’s still useful to air ideas. Millar is unlikely to get […]...


Team Sky’s Finances

The latest set of Team Sky’s accounts has been published and here is a closer look at their finances including a bumper budget. Team Budget = £34.5 million Team Sky’s budget for 2017 was £34,496,000, up 11% on the previous year as the screengrab from their filed accounts shows. It was equivalent to US$46.2 million […]...


The Moment The Vuelta Was Won

Simon Yates leads on the Coll de la Rabassa, he’s been in the race lead for almost half the race but only with a handful of seconds on his rivals, now he’s turning this into minutes. If generals fight their last war, Mitchelton-Scott’s tactics were also shaped by the Giro and Yates’ collapse with three […]...


Vuelta a España Stage 21 Preview

A 100km criterium in Madrid before sunset. Mas y mas: a frenetic stage with Thomas de Gendt starring on the first climbs as he stitched up the mountains jersey. A break went but Astana led the peloton to set up a move by Miguel Angel Lopez and sure enough the Colombian went with 40km to […]...


Vuelta a España Stage 20 Preview

97km and almost 4,000 vertical metres, today’s stage has a y-axis of evil with more hairpins than a Broadway dressing room. Stage 19 Review: Movistar worked hard all day but imploded on the climb of the Coll de la Rabassa. It ought to have been a stage where Alejandro Valverde chipped away at Simon Yates’s […]...


Vuelta a España Stage 19 Preview

A short stage with a summit finish of sorts, selective enough to eject the sprinters but ideal for Alejandro Valverde to go for the time bonus although the breakaway hunters will Where’s Wallays A breakaway of three with Jetse Bol, Jelle Wallays and Sven Erik Bystøm who were all evenly matched but it looked like […]...


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Odyssey R-32 Black BMX Fork 3/8-in 32mm Offset - FKLXXXXXXX-11201183 by Odyssey

Item description: This Other Forks product is by Odyssey - Odyssey R BMX Forks, available in traditional(32mm) and steep(25mm) offsetCustom tapered, butted and specially formed legsImproved grind and guard clearanceBuilt-in headset raceColor: BlackWeight: 899gMaterial: 41-ThermalBrake Type: NoneWheel Size: 20"Front Axle Type: 3/8"Defined Color: BlackS.H.I.S. Clamp Diameter: 28.6... Learn More

Manufacturer: Odyssey

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