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World Championships: Dennis chasing elusive rainbow jersey in the individual time trial

Rohan Dennis’ stellar career as an individual time trial specialist lacks just one major victory – a world title. The Australian is aiming to fill that void at the 2018 UCI Road World Championships on September 26 in Innsbruck, Austria. “I’ve prepared specifically for this individual time trial in Innsbruck,” Dennis told Cyclingnews Saturday morning, after his warm up with BMC Racing on the team time trial course. “Winning a world title is a big goal of mine. It’s something that I’ve always wa...


Dion Smith signs for Mitchelton-Scott

Mitchelton-Scott have signed 25-year-old Kiwi Dion Smith to a two-year deal covering the 2019 and 2020 seasons. Smith rode the past two seasons with Wanty-Groupe Gobert after stints with One Pro Cycling and Hincapie Sportswear. Reaching the top level in professional cycling is a massive goal of mine, and now I am 25 and about to sign for a WorldTour team, but not only that, with the team that Ive aspired to be a part of for years being a rider from the Southern Hemisphere. Mitchelton-Scott has ...


Van Aert debuts logo-free jersey at first cyclo-cross World Cup

Cyclo-Cross World champion Wout Van Aert will debut his new logo-free rainbow jersey Sunday at the first UCI World Cup in Waterloo, Wisconsin, after terminating his contract with his Verandas Willems-Crelan team last week. Van Aert was seen Saturday during a trial ride on the Waterloo course wearing a plain white rainbow-striped jersey free of any logos but prominently featuring large black letters of his initials WVA on the chest, according to a report and photos posted on Nieuwsblad.be. Van A...


Team Sunweb and Boels Dolmans face off in Worlds TTT

Team Sunweb and Boels Dolmans are set to clash once again in the team time trial at the 2018 UCI Road World Championships on Sunday, as both try to out-do the other for the world title. Coryn Rivera, who was part of Sunwebs winning team time trial in Bergen last year, believes her squads ability to work as a unit while racing over a flat parcours will help them defend their title. “We have really good pacing, and we use each other’s strengths to the best of our ability,” Rivera told Cyclingnew...


World Championships: Team time trial start times

The 2018 UCI Road World Championships officially roll out of the start house with the elite mens and womens team time trials on Sunday, September 23, starting at 10:10 a.m. (UTC) for the women and 2:40 p.m. for the men. In the final year for the trade team configuration of the event, some of the top teams will be anxious to add their names to the final podium roll call. Bepink start things rolling as the first of 12 womens teams that will go off in three-minute intervals. The heavy hitters star...


BMC Racing aiming to bow out with World Championships TTT victory

BMC Racing Team completed their final reconnaissance ride on the World Championships team time trial course in Innsbruck on Saturday morning, quietly confident that they have the power and speed to win a final title in the event. Team Sunweb beat BMC Racing Team by eight seconds in Norway last year, completing a double victory in the men’s and women’s team time trial. BMC last won the world title in 2015 but are competitive in every team time trial they ride and hope to sign off with a third ti...


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World Championships: Dennis chasing elusive rainbow jersey in the individual time trial

Rohan Dennis’ stellar career as an individual time trial specialist lacks just one major victory – a world title. The Australian is aiming to fill that void at the 2018 UCI Road World Championships on September 26 in Innsbruck, Austria. “I’ve prepared specifically for this individual time trial in Innsbruck,” Dennis told Cyclingnews Saturday morning, after his warm up with BMC Racing on the team time trial course. “Winning a world title is a big goal of mine. It’s something that I’ve always wa...


Dion Smith signs for Mitchelton-Scott

Mitchelton-Scott have signed 25-year-old Kiwi Dion Smith to a two-year deal covering the 2019 and 2020 seasons. Smith rode the past two seasons with Wanty-Groupe Gobert after stints with One Pro Cycling and Hincapie Sportswear. Reaching the top level in professional cycling is a massive goal of mine, and now I am 25 and about to sign for a WorldTour team, but not only that, with the team that Ive aspired to be a part of for years being a rider from the Southern Hemisphere. Mitchelton-Scott has ...


Van Aert debuts logo-free jersey at first cyclo-cross World Cup

Cyclo-Cross World champion Wout Van Aert will debut his new logo-free rainbow jersey Sunday at the first UCI World Cup in Waterloo, Wisconsin, after terminating his contract with his Verandas Willems-Crelan team last week. Van Aert was seen Saturday during a trial ride on the Waterloo course wearing a plain white rainbow-striped jersey free of any logos but prominently featuring large black letters of his initials WVA on the chest, according to a report and photos posted on Nieuwsblad.be. Van A...


Team Sunweb and Boels Dolmans face off in Worlds TTT

Team Sunweb and Boels Dolmans are set to clash once again in the team time trial at the 2018 UCI Road World Championships on Sunday, as both try to out-do the other for the world title. Coryn Rivera, who was part of Sunwebs winning team time trial in Bergen last year, believes her squads ability to work as a unit while racing over a flat parcours will help them defend their title. “We have really good pacing, and we use each other’s strengths to the best of our ability,” Rivera told Cyclingnew...


World Championships: Team time trial start times

The 2018 UCI Road World Championships officially roll out of the start house with the elite mens and womens team time trials on Sunday, September 23, starting at 10:10 a.m. (UTC) for the women and 2:40 p.m. for the men. In the final year for the trade team configuration of the event, some of the top teams will be anxious to add their names to the final podium roll call. Bepink start things rolling as the first of 12 womens teams that will go off in three-minute intervals. The heavy hitters star...


BMC Racing aiming to bow out with World Championships TTT victory

BMC Racing Team completed their final reconnaissance ride on the World Championships team time trial course in Innsbruck on Saturday morning, quietly confident that they have the power and speed to win a final title in the event. Team Sunweb beat BMC Racing Team by eight seconds in Norway last year, completing a double victory in the men’s and women’s team time trial. BMC last won the world title in 2015 but are competitive in every team time trial they ride and hope to sign off with a third ti...


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Item description: This Cycling Camelbak product is by Camelbak - Large capacity insulated bottle for longer cycling or outdoor adventures.CamelBak is the official hydration sponsor for the pro cycling team Garmin-Sharp-Barracuda. The team uses Podium bottles in training and during races. Camelbak Podium Big Chill 25oz Water Bottle Features: Double-wall construction keeps water cold twice as long as regular sport bottles Large 25 oz (750ml) water capacity Innovative, self-sealing Jet Valve eliminates splatters and spills. Lightweight, easy-squeeze bottle delivers the right flow to quench your thirst 100% BPA-Free TruTaste polypropylene with HydroGuard lets you taste your water, not your bottle. Positive lockout for leakproof transport Wide-mouth opening is easy to fill with ice and water and a breeze to clean Also keeps warm beverages warm during cool weather rides Dishwasher Safe: All parts are top-rack dishwasher safe Camelbak Podium Big Chill 25oz Water Bottle Specs: Hydration Capacity: 25 oz / 750 ml Total Weight... Learn More

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