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2018 season will be the last for Jeremy Roy - News Shorts

Loyal to FDJ for 16 years, Jérémy Roy announced today that 2018 will be his last season in the pro cycling peloton, according to a press release from the team. It never is a simple choice, but Ive decided 2018 will be my last season, Roy said. I am proud to belong to the category of the One-team men since team FDJ accompanied me throughout my whole career. Roy, 34, has raced with the French team since 2003. In his career he has won wages at Paris-Nice and Tour du Limousin, as well as one-day r...


Gilbert points to Molenberg as key climb in new Omloop het Nieuwsblad course

Time flies…time flies. Philippe Gilbert (Quick-Step Floors) wondered where a decade had gone as he looked ahead to Saturdays Omloop Het Nieuwsblad. The race holds a special place in the Belgians heart as his first Classics victory, way back in 2006. He won it again in 2008 and, after his spectacular re-emergence as a cobbled Classics rider last year, he has the chance to take a record-tying third on Saturday.  Since then, Gilbert has built a mighty palmarès, with two titles at Il Lombardia and...


Viviani consolidates points lead as Abu Dhabi summit finish looms

Sprinters hold the top-seven general classification spots after three stages at the Abu Dhabi Tour, with Elia Viviani (Quick-Step Floors) leading Alexander Kristoff (UAE Team Emirates) and Phil Bauhaus (Team Sunweb) by three seconds, and the rest grouped in ones and twos behind. Alejandro Valverde (Movistar) breaks up the sprint party in eighth place, 10 seconds back, and Saturdays time trial should shine even more light on the final general classification outcome and provide a buffer for the s...


Van Avermaet: It's more difficult for me without Sagan

While almost all the worlds top Classics riders are in Belgium this weekend for Omloop Het Nieuwsblad and Kuurne-Brussel-Kuurne, theres one glaring absentee in Peter Sagan (Bora-Hansgrohe). Some might breathe a sigh of relief at not having to work out how to beat the three-time world champion, but for Greg Van Avermaet (BMC Racing) its the opposite. Sagan won Kuurne last year and finished on the podium at the past two editions of Omloop, but has decided to plot his route to the spring different...


Dowsett settles into new role in Kittel lead-out train

During his time at Movistar, Alex Dowsett’s strengths as a rouleur meant that he was often placed on bodyguard duty on flat stages, shielding and shepherding men like Nairo Quintana in the body of the peloton. At Katusha-Alpecin, the Briton’s characteristics are proving just as useful, albeit deployed in a rather different manner, as part of the lead-out train of fellow new arrival Marcel Kittel. Dowsett’s ability to hold top-end speed means that he plays a role towards the front on the run-in,...


Bauhaus lays foundations with Abu Dhabi Tour victory

Phil Bauhaus wasnt being rude when he gazed off over the heads of the journalists who gathered around him in the press tent after stage 3 of the Abu Dhabi Tour, he simply wanted to get a proper look at his win on the television screen positioned over their shoulders. The Sunweb sprinter had every reason to squint carefully at the images, given that his victory was by the tightest of margins in a blanket finish against his fellow Germans Marcel Kittel (Katusha-Alpecin) and Pascal Ackermann (Bora...


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Bontrager Trip 300 Bike Computer - bontra-computer_trip_300 by Bontrager

Item description: This Cycling Bontrager product is by Bontrager - Easy to operate and full of features, the Trip 300 places all the information you need for commuting, training, or sport, wirelessly, right at your fingertips. Bontrager Trip 300 Bike Computer Features: ANT+ enabled, 2.4 GHz digital signalCurrent, average and maximum speedTrip distance and programmable odometerClock (12/24-hour) and total ride time with pacerCurrent, average and maximum heart rateCurrent, average and maximum cadenceIncludes computer mountDoes not include sensors. ANT+ sensors need to be purchased separately... Learn More

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Category: Bontrager

$50.99

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