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Cycling News:

Clement calls time on pro career

Stef Clement has decided to retire from the pro peloton, and will take up a new role with Team Jumbo-Visma next season, the team has announced. The 36-year-old turned pro with the Van Hemert Groep – a Dutch Continental-level team – in 2003, and has since ridden for Bouygues Telecom, Rabobank, Belkin and IAM Cycling, and, since 2017, for LottoNL-Jumbo, as the team was called this season. While the Dutch squad changes name to Team Jumbo-Visma for 2019, Clement has decided that he wont be continu...


Van Aert to return to competition this weekend at Scheldecross

World champion Wout Van Aert is back from training in Spain and ready to tackle the upcoming UCI World Cup races in Namur and Zolder, but first hell start this weekend with the DVV Verzekeringen Trofee-Scheldecross on Saturday in Antwerp. Van Aert joined other top cyclo-cross riders at the end of November on a short training trip to Spain, spending his time in the warm weather in Calpe and dialling in his form before the calendar picks up speed. The break has done me good, Van Aert told nieuws...


More steep climbs but no mountain finish for 2019 Tirreno-Adriatico

The 2019 Tirreno-Adriatico will include more short, steep muri climbs instead of a decisive mountain finish, increasing the list of potential overall winners.  Grand Tour riders including Vincenzo Nibali (Bahrain-Merida), Alberto Contador and Nairo Quintana (Movistar) have dominated recent editions of the so-called Race of the Two Seas, but the many short and steep muri (wall) climbs in the 2019 Tirreno-Adriatico race route will favour more aggressive finisseurs who have the support of a strong...


Vaughters: Team Sky situation is a 'wake-up call' for the sport

Slipstream Sports CEO Jonathan Vaughters has said that the current situation with Team Sky set to lose their title sponsor after this season should come as a wake-up call that professional cycling needs a better business model for teams moving forward. Speaking with Press Association Sport following recent news that Sky would no longer support the super-successful British team, Vaughters, who runs the EF Education First WorldTour programme that grew from Garmin and Cannondale, said the teams £3...


Froome to target 2019 Tour de France

Chris Froome has pinpointed his goal for next season firmly on the Tour de France while commenting on the departure of Team Skys title sponsor after 2019. Weve got big goals next year to win a lot of bike races. My target will be on the Tour de France and Ive got every confidence if we can have a season next year thats similar to previous seasons, well be able to find another sponsor, Froome said, according to the BBC News. During the presentation of the Giro dItalia route in October, Froome d...


New Chinese WorldTour team open to talking to Team Sky

The CEO of the Chinese Global Cycling Project, Tim Kay, has said that he would be open to taking over the Team Sky set up when the broadcaster pulls out at the end of 2019. Kay is currently in the process of setting up what would be the first Chinese WorldTour team for the 2020 season. Kay hopes to create a self-funding team by developing a number of businesses, in which the riders and investors could also be shareholders. It would require a collaboration with the Chinese Federation, but Kay be...


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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

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$9.99

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