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Under-23 European time trial champion Affini joins Mitchelton-Scott

Under-23 European time trial champion Edoardo Affini will join Mitchelton-Scott in 2019, having signed a two-year contract with the Australian WorldTour team. The 22-year-old – who is also the U23 Italian road and time trial champion – joins from the Dutch SEG Racing Academy, where hes spent the past two seasons. Its really amazing to be given the opportunity to turn professional with one of the best teams in the world like Mitchelton-Scott, said Affini on the teams website. It is definitely a...


Worrack signs with 2019 Trek women's team

Trek announced today that they have signed on Trixi Worrack and confirmed the signing of Audrey Cordon-Ragot for the new UCI Womens WorldTour Trek Factory Racing team. Worrack, 36, comes across from the Canyon-SRAM team, an organisation she has been with since 2012. The German overcame the loss of a kidney - the result of a crash in the 2016 Trofeo Alfredo Binda - to resume her position at the top of the sport, but with the need race a less intensive schedule and to take more recovery days. Th...


British Cycling rolls out new look kit for Worlds

British Cycling and Kalas have unveiled a new racing kit to be used by British riders at the UCI Road World Championships in Innsbruck. The predominantly white jersey is said to be inspired from a 1959 design and features red trim paired with navy blue shorts. Previous years designs have relied heavily on the national flag on the jersey but the new design swaps out the Union Flag design for large GBR lettering on the chest in a custom typeface, specifically designed for the kit.ADVERTISEMENT ...


Tuft signs with Rally Cycling

Despite hinting earlier this year that 2018 might be his final season, 18-year pro Svein Tuft has signed up for a least one more year, penning a deal with US Pro Continental team Rally Cycling after riding for Australias WorldTour Mitchelton-Scott and Orica teams for the past eight years. Tuft told Cyclingnews earlier this year that 2018 could be his last season, and he admitted in May that the Giro dItalia would likely be is last Grand Tour, leading to speculation that the Canadian planned to ...


Niewiadoma wins Tour de l'Ardeche - Women's news shorts

After storming to the top of the standings the day before, Kasia Niewiadoma (Canyon-SRAM) held onto her race lead on the final day of racing at the Tour de lArdeche to take the overall title. Along with the race victory, Niewiadoma won the combined and mountains classifications in the six-day race. Niewiadoma moved into the leaders jersey on the penultimate day of racing after making it into a two-rider break with Sunwebs Ruth Winder. The American would take the stage win, but Niewiadoma would ...


Landa: I'm not yet convinced I can race the Worlds

Mikel Landa (Movistar) has admitted that it is going to be difficult for him to ride the Road World Championships in Innsbruck after a fractured rib and vertebrae left him unable to train seriously for a month, and forced him to miss the Vuelta a Espana. Landa crashed out of the Clasica San Sebastian on August 4 after finishing seventh overall at the Tour de France. Movistar hoped he could recover to lead the team alongside Alejandro Valverde and Nairo Quintana. However, Landa was still in pain...


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Under-23 European time trial champion Affini joins Mitchelton-Scott

Under-23 European time trial champion Edoardo Affini will join Mitchelton-Scott in 2019, having signed a two-year contract with the Australian WorldTour team. The 22-year-old – who is also the U23 Italian road and time trial champion – joins from the Dutch SEG Racing Academy, where hes spent the past two seasons. Its really amazing to be given the opportunity to turn professional with one of the best teams in the world like Mitchelton-Scott, said Affini on the teams website. It is definitely a...


Worrack signs with 2019 Trek women's team

Trek announced today that they have signed on Trixi Worrack and confirmed the signing of Audrey Cordon-Ragot for the new UCI Womens WorldTour Trek Factory Racing team. Worrack, 36, comes across from the Canyon-SRAM team, an organisation she has been with since 2012. The German overcame the loss of a kidney - the result of a crash in the 2016 Trofeo Alfredo Binda - to resume her position at the top of the sport, but with the need race a less intensive schedule and to take more recovery days. Th...


British Cycling rolls out new look kit for Worlds

British Cycling and Kalas have unveiled a new racing kit to be used by British riders at the UCI Road World Championships in Innsbruck. The predominantly white jersey is said to be inspired from a 1959 design and features red trim paired with navy blue shorts. Previous years designs have relied heavily on the national flag on the jersey but the new design swaps out the Union Flag design for large GBR lettering on the chest in a custom typeface, specifically designed for the kit.ADVERTISEMENT ...


Tuft signs with Rally Cycling

Despite hinting earlier this year that 2018 might be his final season, 18-year pro Svein Tuft has signed up for a least one more year, penning a deal with US Pro Continental team Rally Cycling after riding for Australias WorldTour Mitchelton-Scott and Orica teams for the past eight years. Tuft told Cyclingnews earlier this year that 2018 could be his last season, and he admitted in May that the Giro dItalia would likely be is last Grand Tour, leading to speculation that the Canadian planned to ...


Niewiadoma wins Tour de l'Ardeche - Women's news shorts

After storming to the top of the standings the day before, Kasia Niewiadoma (Canyon-SRAM) held onto her race lead on the final day of racing at the Tour de lArdeche to take the overall title. Along with the race victory, Niewiadoma won the combined and mountains classifications in the six-day race. Niewiadoma moved into the leaders jersey on the penultimate day of racing after making it into a two-rider break with Sunwebs Ruth Winder. The American would take the stage win, but Niewiadoma would ...


Landa: I'm not yet convinced I can race the Worlds

Mikel Landa (Movistar) has admitted that it is going to be difficult for him to ride the Road World Championships in Innsbruck after a fractured rib and vertebrae left him unable to train seriously for a month, and forced him to miss the Vuelta a Espana. Landa crashed out of the Clasica San Sebastian on August 4 after finishing seventh overall at the Tour de France. Movistar hoped he could recover to lead the team alongside Alejandro Valverde and Nairo Quintana. However, Landa was still in pain...


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Feedback Sports Pro Classic Bicycle Repair Stand - feedbk-repair_stand_classic by Feedback Sports

Item description: This Cycling Feedback Sports product is by Feedback Sports - KINDA DEEP THOUGHT OF THE DAY Simplicity is key when it comes to, well, just about everything in life. Especially bike stands. Its Slide-Lock clamp offers quarter-turn action, so getting bikes in and out of the stand is quick and easy. The stand has an adjustable work height of 42 to 71 inches, and the clutch allows for 360 degrees of rotation. The polypropylene molded jaws ensure that your seatpost and tubes will stay pristine. The Pro Classic also features a solid tripod that guarantees a stable platform on uneven surfaces, and it will support bikes up to 85lb (including tandems and DH rigs). The Pro Classic requires no tools for set-up and folds up into a compact, 12lb package to offer you the most convenient way to work on your bike in any location.FEATURES Material: anodized aluminum Clamp Opening: 19-48 mm Clamp Height: 1067-1803 mm Base Diameter: 1448 mm Load Capacity: 85 lb... Learn More

Manufacturer: Feedback Sports

Category: Feedback Sports

$219.99

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