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Matthews back on track after Milan-San Remo

Despite starting Milan-San Remo with just a day and a half of racing in his legs Michael Matthews (Team Sunweb) delivered a dogged, if not successful, performance to finish 12th on the Via Roma. Earlier in the month, the Australian crashed during Omloop Het Nieuwsblad, soldiering on to the finish, but he was forced to abandon Paris-Nice after crashing on the first stage. In fact, Matthews was expected to miss several months of the campaign due his injuries but after another scan of an injured w...


Lefevere: Alaphilippe can win almost anywhere

Julian Alaphilippe’s triumph at Milan-San Remo may have been the biggest of his career, and the biggest of Deceuninck-Quick Step’s season so far, but team boss Patrick Lefevere sees much more in the Frenchman’s future. After seeing his team’s plan carried out to perfection on the Poggio on Saturday afternoon, the veteran manager insisted that Alaphilippe can win almost anywhere, ruling out just one race, Paris-Roubaix. We knew he was strong, but the great thing is that he makes good progress e...


Mechanical on Poggio ruins Degenkolb's chances at Milan-San Remo

You could almost feel the frustration coming through the television camera as John Degenkolb (Trek-Segafredo) jumped – still riding his bike – up and down in anger on the descent of the Poggio. Degenkolb had done all he could to keep close to the climbers on the final climb of Milan-San Remo but a mechanical problem scuppered any chance he might have of getting back to the leading group. After putting in a deep effort at the bottom of the Poggio to move up the main peloton, Degenkolb had lost c...


High-speed racing on the Poggio means sprinters miss out at Milan-San Remo

The warm spring weather and steady pace for much of Milan-San Remo seemed set to help the sprinters dominate this year’s La Classicissima, but in truth, it led to their downfall. The attackers were still strong and confident on the Poggio, and so able to blow the race apart and share the spoils on the Via Roma. Eventual winner, Julian Alaphilippe (Deceuninck-QuickStep) sparked the decisive selection of seven riders in the final kilometre of the Poggio, with only Vincenzo Nibali and Matej Mohori...


Van Aert continues to impress with sixth at Milan-San Remo

The Via Roma in San Remo played host to cyclings superstars on Saturday afternoon, with the likes of Peter Sagan (Bora-Hansgrohe), Michal Kwiatkowski (Team Sky) and world champion Alejandro Valverde (Movistar) all bested by the indomitable Julian Alaphilippe (Deceuninck-QuickStep) at Milan-San Remo. And within that star-studded elite group was also Wout van Aert (Team Jumbo-Visma) – the 24-year-old three-time cyclo-cross world champion in only his third road race of the season. The Belgian fini...


Fabio Aru to miss Giro d'Italia due to iliac artery operation

UAE Team Emirates Fabio Aru will now miss the upcoming Volta Ciclista a Catalunya, as well as Mays Giro dItalia, in order to have an operation on a constriction of the iliac artery in his left leg, his team has reported. Aru was due to return to racing at next weeks Spanish stage race having abandoned Paris-Nice in early March, but could now be away from racing for a number of months, until at least this summer. The winner of the 2015 Vuelta a Españas last victory came at La Planche des Belles...


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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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