Month: April 2019

Two weeks ago we saw Pinarello’s full-suspension Dogma FS road bike race Paris-Roubaix using Italian engineering firm HiRide’s electronically-actuated front & rear shocks. Well, even though Team Sky didn’t opt for discs, HiRide themselves were out hammering the same cobbles on their own full-suspension disc brake road bike, and this one isn’t a Pinarello… HiRide’s electronic
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Photo Special: It looks like there will be nice weather for the final Classic of the 2019 spring season, but it wasn’t like that three years ago for Liège’16 – cold, wet and snow and it gave us a different perspective of a Classic. There were many different views of Liège-Bastogne-Liège and so we have
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As the only connection between you and the ground below, tires have a significant effect on your bike’s rolling, cornering, impact absorption characteristics, and of course traction. But what’s equally important to choosing the right tire for your needs is dialing in the right air pressure for them, especially on off-road terrain. Schwalbe has decided
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Mitchelton-Scott‘s Annemiek van Vleuten has spoken out about her disappointment that neither the women’s version of Flèche Wallonne nor the upcoming Liège-Bastogne-Liège Femmes provide any live TV or live-streamed coverage, while last week’s Amstel Gold did. Related Articles Speaking on Eurosport‘s The Bradley Wiggins Show podcast, the Dutchwoman said that she was very happy that
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US troops leave Bastogne Historically, the Belgian Ardennes are regarded as one of the most significant and important military battlegrounds. Movies, documentaries, television series and books have all gone to great length to describe and analyze the crucial confrontation that has been memorialized as the Second World War’s Ardennes Counteroffensive, better known as the Battle
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With the final Monument of the Spring Classics up for grabs Sunday at Liege-Bastogne-Liege, the top teams and riders were out on course taking the opportunity for one last chance to recon the most important and iconic parts of the course.  Related Articles Julian Alaphilippe and Philippe Gilbert were on course with their Deceuninck-QuickStep teammates,
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