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Transfer shorts: CCC stocking up, Greipel and Lampaert staying put

The rest days at the Tour de France offer riders a chance to recover from the intense racing but, in contrast, the days without racing are the busiest moments of the race for team managers and rider agents, as they work on deals for the next season. Riders transfers cannot be announced until August 1 under UCI rules but the rest day in Annecy saw a number of deals finalised, especially after Jim Ochowicz confirmed CCC as a replacement for BMC and Greg van Avermaet agreed to stay on-board for an...


Dan Martin: Riders are scared of attacking Team Sky

Dan Martin (UAE Team Emirates) was the only rider willing to attack the GC contenders on the opening mountain stage of this year’s Tour de France. The Irishman pushed clear of his rivals near the summit of the final climb of the Col de la Colombière, and although a headwind and Team Sky’s pursuit ended his time off the front, the stage 6 winner had no regrets. Martin’s acceleration provided a sharp contrast to what we saw for much of stage 10. Team Sky allowed a break that included race leader ...


Thomas misses chance for yellow jersey but eyes opportunities ahead

The pre-race prediction ahead of stage 10 of the Tour de France on Tuesday was that Team Skys Geraint Thomas would inherit the yellow jersey from Greg Van Avermaet (BMC). It was a sound hypothesis given that Thomas came into the Tour as the Critérium du Dauphiné winner and had not put a foot wrong during the opening nine days of racing. The Welshman – a superior climber to Van Avermaet on paper – started the first Alpine test 43 seconds in arrears, but ahead of the other GC contenders. However...


Tour de France: Mark Cavendish survives time cut with less than a minute to spare

Mark Cavendish (Dimension Data) got through the first mountain test at this years Tour de France on Tuesday. But the 30-time stage winner almost missed the time cut, coming over the finish line of stage 10 at Le Grand-Bornand with just 33 seconds to spare. Cavendish, like a number of other sprinters, struggled on the first Alpine test at this years Tour, and was dropped from the main field. He made it into the gruppetto alongside fellow fast-men Marcel Kittel (Katusha-Alpecin) and Dylan Groene...


Adam Yates: On these shorter Tour stages, we race right from the start

The Tour de France did not get off to the best of starts for Britains Adam Yates (Mitchelton-Scott) after he was caught up in crashes on both of the opening two stages, but things now appear to be moving in the right direction for the 25-year-old from Bury. After those difficult first two days, Yates and his Mitchelton-Scott teammates managed to steady the ship with their fourth-placed ride in the team time trial on stage 3, and Yates has steadily climbed the overall standings as the terrain ha...


George Bennett extends contract with LottoNL-Jumbo

Kiwi climber George Bennett has re-signed with WorldTour outfit LottoNL-Jumbo on a contract that will keep the 28-year-old at the Dutch team until at least the end of 2021. Bennett, who hails from Nelson, finished eighth overall at the recent Giro dItalia, and will be looking to continue to improve with the team he joined in 2015. Ive come a long way as a cyclist since joining Team LottoNL-Jumbo, Bennett said on the teams website. Its been a result of a lot of hard work from the staff and ride...


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Transfer shorts: CCC stocking up, Greipel and Lampaert staying put

The rest days at the Tour de France offer riders a chance to recover from the intense racing but, in contrast, the days without racing are the busiest moments of the race for team managers and rider agents, as they work on deals for the next season. Riders transfers cannot be announced until August 1 under UCI rules but the rest day in Annecy saw a number of deals finalised, especially after Jim Ochowicz confirmed CCC as a replacement for BMC and Greg van Avermaet agreed to stay on-board for an...


Dan Martin: Riders are scared of attacking Team Sky

Dan Martin (UAE Team Emirates) was the only rider willing to attack the GC contenders on the opening mountain stage of this year’s Tour de France. The Irishman pushed clear of his rivals near the summit of the final climb of the Col de la Colombière, and although a headwind and Team Sky’s pursuit ended his time off the front, the stage 6 winner had no regrets. Martin’s acceleration provided a sharp contrast to what we saw for much of stage 10. Team Sky allowed a break that included race leader ...


Thomas misses chance for yellow jersey but eyes opportunities ahead

The pre-race prediction ahead of stage 10 of the Tour de France on Tuesday was that Team Skys Geraint Thomas would inherit the yellow jersey from Greg Van Avermaet (BMC). It was a sound hypothesis given that Thomas came into the Tour as the Critérium du Dauphiné winner and had not put a foot wrong during the opening nine days of racing. The Welshman – a superior climber to Van Avermaet on paper – started the first Alpine test 43 seconds in arrears, but ahead of the other GC contenders. However...


Tour de France: Mark Cavendish survives time cut with less than a minute to spare

Mark Cavendish (Dimension Data) got through the first mountain test at this years Tour de France on Tuesday. But the 30-time stage winner almost missed the time cut, coming over the finish line of stage 10 at Le Grand-Bornand with just 33 seconds to spare. Cavendish, like a number of other sprinters, struggled on the first Alpine test at this years Tour, and was dropped from the main field. He made it into the gruppetto alongside fellow fast-men Marcel Kittel (Katusha-Alpecin) and Dylan Groene...


Adam Yates: On these shorter Tour stages, we race right from the start

The Tour de France did not get off to the best of starts for Britains Adam Yates (Mitchelton-Scott) after he was caught up in crashes on both of the opening two stages, but things now appear to be moving in the right direction for the 25-year-old from Bury. After those difficult first two days, Yates and his Mitchelton-Scott teammates managed to steady the ship with their fourth-placed ride in the team time trial on stage 3, and Yates has steadily climbed the overall standings as the terrain ha...


George Bennett extends contract with LottoNL-Jumbo

Kiwi climber George Bennett has re-signed with WorldTour outfit LottoNL-Jumbo on a contract that will keep the 28-year-old at the Dutch team until at least the end of 2021. Bennett, who hails from Nelson, finished eighth overall at the recent Giro dItalia, and will be looking to continue to improve with the team he joined in 2015. Ive come a long way as a cyclist since joining Team LottoNL-Jumbo, Bennett said on the teams website. Its been a result of a lot of hard work from the staff and ride...


Crank Brothers Multi Bicycle Tool (10-Function) - crank-tool_multi_10 - Cycling sku

- crank-tool_multi_10 by Crank Brothers

Item description: This Cycling Crank Brothers product is by Crank Brothers - Recommended by the LBS, the Crank Brothers Multi-10 features 7 hex wrenches, 2 screwdriver heads, and a Torx wrench. No chain tool or spoke wrench, but for a street commuter or casual rider it features everything you need. Great for quick adjustments or minor repairs. It has an aluminum frame, and the tools are steel - no plastic in sight. The tools are long enough to give sufficient leverage to get the job done.Crank Brothers Multi-10 Tool The Crank Brothers Multi 10 Tool has a design that's simple and functional. It features 10 basic tools for essential tightening and adjustments, with a few welcome extras that the minimalists generally miss, like Phillips head and flathead screwdriver bits, and a T-25 Torx driver for the hard-to-fit mystery bolts on your disc brakes. Of course the Multi 10 also has the ubiquitous Allen wrench set, and Crank Brothers' comforting lifetime warranty should you somehow manage to break it. Specs: Weight - 124 grams; Length - 3.5 inches; Frame - 6061-T6 a... Learn More

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