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The TV Boom

Surely there’s never been so much racing on TV as this year. As well as the entirety of the Tour de France, there seem to be more small races on TV and this week the Tour du Limousin, the archetypal rural French race, now has live TV. A boom Perhaps but nobody is getting rich […]...


Team Victory Rankings

August is a very busy month for the World Tour with the Tour of Poland, the BinckBank Tour and the Vuelta and that’s just the racing. Teams are changing shape with plenty of rider transfers being announced already. Quick Step lead with 53 wins and they’ve had exactly as many second and third places combined […]...


Friday Shorts

The Tokyo Olympics courses are out and if it’s for 2020 it’s hardly 50/50 with the men’s course taking in more climbs, including skirting around Mount Fuji which could provide the image of the games… if the weather is clear. But for now the look isn’t good with the women’s course skipping these climbs and […]...


On Banning Powermeters

Tour de France founder Henri Desgrange toyed with format, teams, bikes and more all the time and his spirit lives on the annual suggestions after the Tour de France to make changes to the race and the sport as a whole. His successor Christian Prudhomme says power meters should be banned in racing. But there’s […]...


Direct Energie’s Ambitious World Tour Goal

Direct Energie have applied to the UCI for a World Tour licence for next year. The team has been in the World Tour before when it was sponsored by Europcar and its current sponsor has just been bought by French oil major Total meaning it’s theoretically got a line of funding that could make Team […]...


The Double In Trouble

Chris Froome and Tom Dumoulin both tried the Giro d’Italia and Tour de France double. Did it work out for them Probably but this won’t make the Giro-Tour double any easier, in fact new calendar changes for 2019 and beyond make it even harder and this is potentially a problem for the sport. Biscuit The […]...


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The TV Boom

Surely there’s never been so much racing on TV as this year. As well as the entirety of the Tour de France, there seem to be more small races on TV and this week the Tour du Limousin, the archetypal rural French race, now has live TV. A boom Perhaps but nobody is getting rich […]...


Team Victory Rankings

August is a very busy month for the World Tour with the Tour of Poland, the BinckBank Tour and the Vuelta and that’s just the racing. Teams are changing shape with plenty of rider transfers being announced already. Quick Step lead with 53 wins and they’ve had exactly as many second and third places combined […]...


Friday Shorts

The Tokyo Olympics courses are out and if it’s for 2020 it’s hardly 50/50 with the men’s course taking in more climbs, including skirting around Mount Fuji which could provide the image of the games… if the weather is clear. But for now the look isn’t good with the women’s course skipping these climbs and […]...


On Banning Powermeters

Tour de France founder Henri Desgrange toyed with format, teams, bikes and more all the time and his spirit lives on the annual suggestions after the Tour de France to make changes to the race and the sport as a whole. His successor Christian Prudhomme says power meters should be banned in racing. But there’s […]...


Direct Energie’s Ambitious World Tour Goal

Direct Energie have applied to the UCI for a World Tour licence for next year. The team has been in the World Tour before when it was sponsored by Europcar and its current sponsor has just been bought by French oil major Total meaning it’s theoretically got a line of funding that could make Team […]...


The Double In Trouble

Chris Froome and Tom Dumoulin both tried the Giro d’Italia and Tour de France double. Did it work out for them Probably but this won’t make the Giro-Tour double any easier, in fact new calendar changes for 2019 and beyond make it even harder and this is potentially a problem for the sport. Biscuit The […]...


SRAM Red/Black OG-1090 10speed 11-23 Cassette - FWLXXXXXXX-31106039 - Other sku

- FWLXXXXXXX-31106039 by Sram

Item description: This Other Cassettes and Cogs product is by Sram - The OpenGlide 1090 Red has been re-engineered and stripped down, yet it still remains a strong set of cogs that stick firmly to SRAM Red's core principles of light weight, higher efficiency, and maximized technologies.OG 1090 design merges stiffness, durability, and simplicity in a revolutionary packageOpenGlide technology allows for the smoother transition between gears when up- and downshiftingPowerDome technology: 8 largest cogs are machined from one piece of chromoly steel, then given a nickel finishStiffer, more durable and provides better power transfer than any other lightweight cassetteFits on Shimano-compatible 9- and 10-speed hubs, except Dura Ace and Shimano compitable 10-speed wheels that have tall cog splines on the freehub bodyColor: BlackWeight: 166gIntended Use: RoadCassette Spacing: SRAM 10,Shimano RD 10Cassette Body Type: Shimano 9/10/SRAMCassette Cogs: 11,12,13,14,15,16,17,19,21,23Number of Speeds: 10Chain Compatibility: Shimano 10,SRAM 10Range: 11-23... Learn More

Manufacturer: Sram

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