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Colorado Classic women's race extended to four stages

The organisers of the Colorado Classic, RPM Events Group, announced on Thursday an additional stage for the womens race for 2018. Like the men, the womens field will take on four stages of the second-year event, two in Vail and two in Denver, from August 16-19. Although the race will not be UCI-sanctioned, it has been added to USA Cyclings Pro Road Tour. With the addition, women will compete in 18 of the 20 Pro Road Tour events, with only the Tour of Utah and Thompson Bucks County Classic remai...


WhatsApp group inspires De Gendt to Romandie stage win

Whisper it, but WhatsApp groups might soon be portrayed as the next marginal gain within cycling. Thomas De Gendt certainly used one to good effect on stage 2 of the Tour de Romandie, or at least in the build-up, having plotted his stage-winning victory with teammate Victor Campenaerts two weeks ago when the pair first looked at the stage race profile. The first chatter between the pair of Lotto Soudal riders focused on the uphill stage 3 time trial, but when Campenaerts suggested forming an al...


Romandie: Why the sprinters' teams failed against De Gendt

Thomas De Gendts only fault on a day that saw him win again from a breakaway came when he predicted the number of teams that would chase him. At the start of stage 2 at the Tour de Romandie, the Belgian Lotto Soudal rider assumed that Bahrain would chase for Sonny Colbrelli and that Sunweb and Quick-Step would follow suit for their sprinters, Michael Matthews, Elia Viviani and Fernando Gaviria. It was a sensible prediction. They were the races lead sprinters, and other than the final stage on S...


Jacquelyn Crowell dies aged 30

Former professional cyclist Jacquelyn Crowell died on Wednesday, April 25, following a five-year battle with cancer. She turned 30 in February. Doctors diagnosed Crowell with stage 4 glioblastoma, a rare malignant brain tumour, in October of 2013. She underwent surgery to remove a tumour at the WellStar Kennestone Hospital in Marietta, Georgia, where she also started cancer treatments. Crowell experienced initial symptoms of temporary paralysis on the right side of her body while she was train...


Fuglsang hangs tight in Romandie after punishing Ardennes campaign

A few hours after finishing tenth in Liège-Bastogne-Liège, Jakob Fuglsang (Astana) began his second race of the day as he rushed from Belgium to Switzerland for the Tour de Romandie. Barely 48-hours separated the two races, with the Dane eventually finishing 60th in the prologue. Three days into the race, the 2017 Critérium du Dauphiné winner has started to find his race rhythm. On stage 2, he finished 20th in the main bunch behind Thomas de Gendts solo win, and on Wednesday he made the first g...


Liege-Bastogne-Liege finish confirmed to return to Liege from 2019

Liège-Bastogne-Liège is coming home. After 27 years in the suburb of Ans, the finish of La Doyenne will return to the centre of Liège from next year and remain there for at least five years after that. The news had been rumoured for some time but was made official on Thursday upon the signing of a new agreement between the Amaury Sport Organisation (ASO), the Province of Liège, and the Royal Cyclist Pesant Club de Liège. It was also announced that the Mur de Huy will continue to act as the fin...


Bontrager Flare R City Bike Light - bontra-light_flare_r_city_rr - Cycling sku

Bontrager Flare R City Bike Light - bontra-light_flare_r_city_rr by Bontrager

Item description: This Cycling Bontrager product is by Bontrager - PAINT THE CITY DAY OR NIGHT. 35 Lumens of power and the wide visibility angle of the Flare R City tail light ensure you're seen all over the city streets, day or night. A wide beam spread, focused optics, and an interruptive flash pattern make it visible from over 400m during the day. A built in ambient light sensor provides auto-brightness control, and the included Quick Connect bracket offers simple removal for recharging via the included USB cable.FEATURES 35 Lumens provide visibility from over 400m day or night Wide visibility angle intended for city use Two day-time visibility modes and two night modes Day flash 35LM-8hrs, night flash 35LM-16hrs, day steady 10LM-3hrs, night steady 2LM-20hrs Integrated light sensor for auto-brightness control Battery save mode at 5% life helps ensure a safe ride home with depleted battery Quick connect bracket with 16 degree offset compensates for seatpost angle Includes Quick conn... Learn More

Manufacturer: Bontrager

Category: Bontrager

$33.99

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