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Quick-Step come away empty-handed from Milan-San Remo

In the discussion and prognostication in the week leading up to Milan-San Remo, when it came to Quick-Step Floors all the talk, as always, was of options or cards to play. As it was, they came away from the first Monument of the season with nothing to show for their superior strength in depth, with Elia Viviani their highest finisher in 19th.  Viviani was one of three nominal leaders in a squad that also included last years third placed Julian Alaphilippe and two-time podium finisher Philippe G...

Forca-Amskins and Manan lead Malaysian hopes at Tour de Langkawi

At the end of last season, Anuar Manans cycling career was at a crossroads. The 31-year-olds four seasons with Malaysian Continental team Terengganu had unexpectedly come to an end, leaving him in search of a ride for 2018. In March of last year, the foundations were laid for a new Malaysian Continental team created by Faiz Syarifuddin and Farooq Meer. Manan, the only Malaysian stage winner of the Tour de Langkawi, would be the figurehead of the set-up. In October, Malaysian sports drink compan...

Nibali: We raced really well and then this pearl came out of it

Vincenzo Nibali was handed a phone after he had celebrated winning Milan-San Remo and was surprised to realise that on the other end of the line was Eddy Merckx, keen to congratulate him on his solo victory. Merckx won Milan-San Remo seven times during his own career and knew there was something cannibalesque about the way Nibali had attacked his rivals on the Poggio, distanced them over the top and then held them at bay all the way until the Via Roma. Merckx famously celebrated in the Via Roma...

Demare: There are plenty of positives to take from Milan-San Remo

As Vincenzo Nibali sung the Italian national anthem on top step of the Milan-San Remo podium, Arnaud Demare looked up at him and smiled. The Frenchman won Milan-San Remo in 2016 and could fully understand the emotions the Sicilian was feeling after such an adrenalinic finish. Demare was disappointed to have finished third behind Caleb Ewan (Mitchelton-Scott) in the sprint but was happy to have gone so close to a second Milan-San Remo victory. Its still a podium. If Id have been fourth Id have b...

Kwiatkowski: When Nibali went, we fell asleep

Michal Kwiatkowski won Milan-San Remo in 2017 with a perfect tactical performance against faster finisher Peter Sagan. This year the tables turned, with the Pole and Team Sky the victims of other teams tactics and a lack of riders in the final kilometres. Team Sky tried to take control of the race on the Cipressa but were then swamped on the run-in to the Poggio, with Kwiatkowski starting the final climb from too far back. He never got back into the thick of the action and was not well placed w...

Sagan praises Nibali after Italian dominates Milan-San Remo

Peter Sagan (Bora-Hansgrohe) was the big favourite to win Milan-San Remo but the world champion could only finish sixth in the sprint behind solo winner Vincenzo Nibali (Bahrain-Merida), beaten by several of his big-name sprint rivals. Sagan rolled to the Bora-Hansgrohe team bus in silence after the sprint in the Via Roma, tired after a huge effort in the rain, disappointed in defeat but happy for his former Liquigas teammate and good friend. Nibali admitted he talked to Sagan before the race ...

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Bontrager Flare R Taillight - bontra-light_flare_rear_usb by Bontrager

Item description: This Cycling Bontrager product is by Bontrager - Let's be honest riding at night is never fun when no one can see you. Fix that problem with the Bontrager Flare R Taillight featuring balanced optics designed to make you visible both day and night from over 2km away.Bontrager Flare R Taillight Features: 65 Lumens provide visibility from over 2km day or night for ultimate safetyBe seen with balanced optics designed for 270 degree visibility near and farTwo day-time visibility modes, two night modesDay Steady 4.25hrs, night steady 21hrs, day flash 5.75hrs, night flash 23hrsBattery save mode at 5% life help ensure a safe ride home with depleted batterySync bracket allows for quick and easy adjustment, mounting, and removal... Learn More

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