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Continental has finally developed a tubeless road tyre — GP 5000 TL first look

This article first appeared on BikeRadar. Continental has launched the Grand Prix 5000 — the successor to the legendary GP4000 — in both a tubeless (GP 5000 TL) and clincher (GP 5000) version. The new all-rounder will replace the GP 4000 S II, one of our favourite road tyres. The new tyre is notable not only for the technology contained within it, but also for the lateness of its arrival, with a road tubeless option from Continental conspicuous by its absence as competitors have capitalised on...


2019 Arctic Race of Norway to feature 'Norwegian Ventoux'

The route for next year’s Arctic Race of Norway has been announced and will feature a new summit finish, which the organisers have dubbed the Norwegian Mont Ventoux. The race will once again be four days and takes place from August 15-18. Sergei Chernetskiy won the overall classification in this year’s race, beating home rider Markus Hoelgaard by 11 seconds. The 2019 edition of the Arctic Race of Norway will start on the Lofoten Islands, with the town of Å – also known as Å i Lofoten – set to ...


Alex Manly: I'm finally in a position to help the girls win big races

Alex Manly – the reigning Australian under-23 road race and time trial champion – says that shes excited about the 2019 season and that, having worked out a plan that will best combine her road and track ambitions, shell be able to assist her Mitchelton-Scott teammates to win some major races next year. Manly has always managed to combine both the road – for Mitchelton-Scott – and the track, representing Australia, but does neither by half. The 22-year-old from Kalgoorlie, in Western Australia...


Lefevere: Winning the Worlds TTT was the ultimate triumph

Patrick Lefevere has called winning the team time trial at the UCI Road World Championships in Innsbruck, Austria, this year the ultimate triumph during a season in which his Quick-Step Floors team took 73 victories and won the UCI WorldTour teams classification. Writing on his teams website, Lefevere said that the Worlds TTT – which Quick-Step have won four times in seven years – stands out for him as the measure of such hard work in the discipline, and particularly represents a victory for th...


Hagens Berman Axeon adds Carvalho to 2019 roster

Hagens Berman Axeon has signed André Carvalho for the 2019 season. The 21-year-old from Portugal comes to the US-registered team after one year on Portuguese Continental team Liberty Seguros-Carglass. Carvalho finished second in the 2017 Portuguese national championship road race, then followed it up in 2018 with a win at the under-23 GP Liberty Seguros and second in both the U23 Portugal Cup and in the youth classification at the Volta ao Algarve. He was also 11th at the GP Portugal Nacional 2...


Hexo is the world's first custom 3D-printed cycle helmet

This article first appeared on BikeRadar. It started with a challenge to take an everyday object and find a way to improve it. During his mechanical engineering degree at University College London, Jamie Cook delved deep into the world of cycle helmets. He discovered that the Expanded Polystyrene (EPS) technology that’s been the standard for over 40 years, is not the ideal material for impact control. So he developed an alternative. Continuing his research as a postgraduate at the University o...


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Garmin Bike Speed Sensor and Cadence Sensor - garmin-sensor_cadence__speed by Garmin International

Item description: This Cycling Garmin International product is by Garmin International - Monitor your pedaling cadence and/or speed as you ride with these easy-to-install wireless sensors.Simply attach the sensors and ride. With no magnets or other exposed parts to line up, these sensors are easy to install, maintain and move between bikes.The cadence sensor fastens to any crank arm size and measures pedal strokes per minute so you can get the most out of your training.The speed sensor attaches to the hub of either wheel and self-calibrates with your Edge to give you accurate speed and distance at all times, including indoors on the turbo trainer.Combine them both and improve your personal best or see where your stand against the pros.Garmin Bike Speed Sensor and Cadence Includes:Speed sensorSpeed sensor sleeveCadence sensor3 cadence sensor strapsManual... Learn More

Manufacturer: Garmin International

Category: Garmin International

$69.99

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