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Cassani predicts heat and climbs will produce a selective Tokyo 2020 Olympics

Italian national coach Davide Cassani has predicted that heat and humidity will be a decisive factor in deciding the mens road race event at the 2020 Olympics Games in Tokyo, with the climbs on the 234km course expected to reduce the race to final head to head battle. Cassani is in Japan to see the course and decide on logistics, confirming that his squad will stay near Mount Fuji rather than in the Olympic village so they can be train on the course at the foot of the snow-covered mountain. Th...


Peter Sagan to race Classics through until Liege-Bastogne-Liege

Three-time world champion Peter Sagan (Bora-Hansgrohe) has announced that he will compete in a full spring Classics campaign in 2019, with plans for the 28-year-old to race from Milan-San Remo in March right through until Liege-Bastogne-Liege in late April. Speaking at the Bora-Hansgrohe team presentation in Mallorca on Monday, Sagan confirmed that he would once again begin his season at the Tour Down Under in January. He will add the Vuelta a San Juan in Argentina to his programme before retur...


Varnish's sex discrimination case heads to employment tribunal

Jess Varnishs case against British Cycling and UK Sport is set to take a significant step forward at Manchester Employment Tribunal this week, as the former track sprinter fights for compensation after she alleged sex discrimination against Shane Sutton, then the technical director of British Cycling. The employment tribunal will consider if Varnish’s UK Sport funding means she was self-employed or an employee. Varnish and her lawyers argue funded athletes should be classed as employees or work...


Evenepoel will not ride cobbled Classics in 2019

Junior world champion Remco Evenepoel has confirmed that he will not line out in any cobbled Classics during his debut professional season with Deceuninck-QuickStep. Evenepoel claimed both the road and time trial world titles in Innsbruck in September at the end of a remarkable season that saw him dominate the junior peloton at international level. The Belgian youngster will bypass the under-23 ranks in 2019, moving directly from junior racing to WorldTour level with Deceuninck-QuickStep. Last...


Van Loy hospitalised after Vlaamse Druivencross crash

Ellen Van Loy was taken to hospital in Herentals, Belgium, on Sunday after crashing hard at the Vlaamse Druivencross. Her Telenet Fidea Lions team reported on Twitter that Van Loy suffered bruising to the ligaments in her knee and would spend the night in the hospital before undergoing more tests on Monday to determine the extent of her injuries. Van Loy, who was coming off a win at GP Hasselt on December 1, went down on the muddy course in Overijse and had to abandon. Lucinda Brand (Team Sunwe...


Snow stops second day at North Carolina Grand Prix

The second day of the North Carolina Grand Prix has fallen victim to winter storm Diego, as organisers were forced to cancel the racing in the face of heavy snow that covered the course and crippled the area. Due to main roads not being cleared, the advisement of Emergency Management Services, completely unrideable course conditions, and concern for the safety (and fun) of everyone involved, weve decided that it is in everyones best interest and safety to cancel, organisers of the UCI C2 races ...


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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

Manufacturer: Bontrager

Category: Bontrager

$50.99

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