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Bugno refuses to delay CPA rider association election despite high-profile rider protest

Gianni Bugno – the incumbent president of the CPA (Professional Cyclists Association) – has refused calls to delay Thursdays presidential vote, promising to consider rule changes and an electronic vote only after he is elected. Bugno, who was the road race world champion in 1991 and 1992, faces a challenge for the role of president from Scotlands David Millar, who raced until 2014. However, the current CPA statute allows block votes by the different national rider associations, with riders not ...


Americans Van Garderen, Rosskopf to fight for medals in Worlds time trial

Tejay van Garderen and Joey Rosskopf are each aiming to wrap up their seasons with a medal in the elite mens individual time trial at the 2018 UCI Road World Championships in Innsbruck on Wednesday. Although Tom Dumoulin and Rohan Dennis are outright favourites to take the top spots, both Americans are prepared to fight for the bronze. Ive prepared well, van Garderen told Cyclingnews following the trade team time trial, where his BMC Racing team secured the bronze medal. I dont see myself as a...


Neben considers aiming for Tokyo Olympics in 2020

Former two-time world champion Amber Neben crossed the finish line with the seventh-fastest time in the elite womens time trial at the 2018 UCI Road World Championships on Tuesday. The American, who turned 43 this year, told Cyclingnews that she is considering trying to qualify for the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo. Ill probably keep it rolling a little bit longer, just to see what happens, Neben said when asked if she would continue racing, given that the Olympics Games are just over a year away...


UCI adds Classics Series as part of WorldTour reforms

UCI president David Lappartient has announced that all of cyclings so-called stakeholders – the UCI, teams, riders and race organisers – have unanimously approved reform to the structure of the mens WorldTour for the 2020 season and beyond. The news comes after a meeting of the UCI Management Committee during the UCI Road World Championships in Innsbruck. As revealed by Cyclingnews on Monday, the UCI has back-tracked on plans to reduce the number of WorldTour teams from 18 to 15, but the 18 Wor...


Van Vleuten wins time trial title in 'game of seconds' at Worlds

Annemiek van Vleuten won her second consecutive rainbow jersey in the elite womens individual time trial at the 2018 UCI Road World Championships in Innsbruck on Tuesday. She was the clear favourite heading into the event but told Cyclingnews that it ended up being a game of seconds between herself and compatriot and silver medallist Anna van der Breggen. I had this feeling that it was a game of seconds with Anna, and so I got nervous, and I didnt know when I passed the finish line that I had w...


Van der Breggen disappointed with another silver medal behind Van Vleuten

Anna van der Breggen tried hard to smile on the podium as she stood next to Dutch teammates and rivals Annemiek van Vleuten and Ellen van Dijk, but yet another silver medal - as Van Vlueten pulled on her second rainbow jersey as time trial world champion - was clearly difficult to accept. It doesnt happen often that a whole country is on all steps of the podium. Its nice, but Id like to change the order a bit, Van der Breggen said a little later. We were all hoping to be the fastest. I knew An...


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Bugno refuses to delay CPA rider association election despite high-profile rider protest

Gianni Bugno – the incumbent president of the CPA (Professional Cyclists Association) – has refused calls to delay Thursdays presidential vote, promising to consider rule changes and an electronic vote only after he is elected. Bugno, who was the road race world champion in 1991 and 1992, faces a challenge for the role of president from Scotlands David Millar, who raced until 2014. However, the current CPA statute allows block votes by the different national rider associations, with riders not ...


Americans Van Garderen, Rosskopf to fight for medals in Worlds time trial

Tejay van Garderen and Joey Rosskopf are each aiming to wrap up their seasons with a medal in the elite mens individual time trial at the 2018 UCI Road World Championships in Innsbruck on Wednesday. Although Tom Dumoulin and Rohan Dennis are outright favourites to take the top spots, both Americans are prepared to fight for the bronze. Ive prepared well, van Garderen told Cyclingnews following the trade team time trial, where his BMC Racing team secured the bronze medal. I dont see myself as a...


Neben considers aiming for Tokyo Olympics in 2020

Former two-time world champion Amber Neben crossed the finish line with the seventh-fastest time in the elite womens time trial at the 2018 UCI Road World Championships on Tuesday. The American, who turned 43 this year, told Cyclingnews that she is considering trying to qualify for the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo. Ill probably keep it rolling a little bit longer, just to see what happens, Neben said when asked if she would continue racing, given that the Olympics Games are just over a year away...


UCI adds Classics Series as part of WorldTour reforms

UCI president David Lappartient has announced that all of cyclings so-called stakeholders – the UCI, teams, riders and race organisers – have unanimously approved reform to the structure of the mens WorldTour for the 2020 season and beyond. The news comes after a meeting of the UCI Management Committee during the UCI Road World Championships in Innsbruck. As revealed by Cyclingnews on Monday, the UCI has back-tracked on plans to reduce the number of WorldTour teams from 18 to 15, but the 18 Wor...


Van Vleuten wins time trial title in 'game of seconds' at Worlds

Annemiek van Vleuten won her second consecutive rainbow jersey in the elite womens individual time trial at the 2018 UCI Road World Championships in Innsbruck on Tuesday. She was the clear favourite heading into the event but told Cyclingnews that it ended up being a game of seconds between herself and compatriot and silver medallist Anna van der Breggen. I had this feeling that it was a game of seconds with Anna, and so I got nervous, and I didnt know when I passed the finish line that I had w...


Van der Breggen disappointed with another silver medal behind Van Vleuten

Anna van der Breggen tried hard to smile on the podium as she stood next to Dutch teammates and rivals Annemiek van Vleuten and Ellen van Dijk, but yet another silver medal - as Van Vlueten pulled on her second rainbow jersey as time trial world champion - was clearly difficult to accept. It doesnt happen often that a whole country is on all steps of the podium. Its nice, but Id like to change the order a bit, Van der Breggen said a little later. We were all hoping to be the fastest. I knew An...


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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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