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Kristoff survives late climb but denied by Lutsenko in Oman

Alexander Kristoff (UAE Team Emirates) came close to doubling up at the Tour of Oman on Sunday but, despite surviving the late climb of Al Jissah and winning the finish sprint from the group, the stage 1 winner had to settle for second place as Alexey Lutsenko (Astana) had already crossed the line alone. Consolation came courtesy of the bonus seconds that keep him in the red jersey as overall leader of the race. The uphill drag of a finish suited Kristoff, but matters were complicated by Al Jis...


Degenkolb spearheads GoFundMe campaign to save U19 Paris-Roubaix

News that the U19 Paris-Roubaix faced cancellation due to a financial shortage hit John Degenkolb like a bomb and prompted the Trek-Segafredo rider to help a campaign set up to save the race. The 2015 Paris-Roubaix winner and the GoFundme campaign were looking to raise the 10,000 Euros initially needed to save the race, and within 24 hours after the fund was set up donations stood at 700 Euros over the required amount. All additional donations are set to fund future editions of the race and a v...


Geraint Thomas insists he's not racing the Giro d'Italia despite Pinarello speculation

Geraint Thomas (Team Sky) has confirmed to Cyclingnews that the Giro dItalia is not on his race programme. The confirmation comes after bike brand Pinarello announced that the 2018 Tour de France winner would take part in the Italian Grand Tour. Pinarello has a long, rich history in the sport, and have supported Team Sky since the British teams inception in 2010. At the CoBismoBikeShow in Italy, Fausto Pinarello told onlookers and La Gazzetta dello Sport that Thomas would line up at the Giro al...


Haas to undergo medical tests after Tour of Oman exit

Nathan Haas (Katusha-Alpecin) has left the Tour of Oman after one stage and will now travel back to his home in Spain to undergo medical tests to try and get to the bottom of the health problems that have held him back since the start of the season. The Australian finished the opening stage in Oman on Saturday but did not take to the start of stage 2 on Sunday morning. After a strong start to 2019, with fourth in the time trial at the Australian national championships, Haas struggled through t...


Valverde misses out on win in Murcia

World champion Alejandro Valverde (Movistar) continued his consistent start to the season with yet another podium place at the Vuelta Murcia, although the Spaniards search for a first win the rainbow jersey in 2019 continues. Valverde finished second to Luis Leon Sanchez (Astana) on the second and final day of racing in Murcia with the Movistar rider finishing the race second overall, once again behind Sanchez. Valverde, 38, has now racked up 10 top-10 finishes this season - split between one d...


Estonian sprinters climb the podium in Colombia

Mihkel Raim and Martin Laas are more than Estonian compatriots who race bikes. Theyre former schoolmates who share an apartment in Girona and a love for fast finishes.   Raim, who rides for Israel Cycling Academy, and Laas, who rides for Team Illuminate, have both scored runner-up finishes this week at Tour Colombia 2.1. Laas was runner-up to Alvaro Hodeg (Deceuninck-QuickStep) on stage 2 in La Ceja, and Raim finished second to Bob Jungels (Deceuninck-QuickStep) on stage 4 after Jungels soloed ...


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Garmin Quarter Turn Bike Mount - garmin-mount_quarter_turn_garmin_500 by Garmin International

Item description: This Cycling Garmin International product is by Garmin International - Use this Garmin replacement bike mount to mount your Edge 500 to your bicycle's stem or handlebars. Includes bike mount, rubber disc, and elastic bands. Style number 010-11430-00... Learn More

Manufacturer: Garmin International

Category: Garmin International

$9.99

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