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Phinney and Martinez lead EF Education First-Drapac at Colorado Classic

Taylor Phinney and Daniel Martinez will lead the EF Education First-Drapac squad at the second edition of the Colorado Classic. Stagiaire Jose Neves will make his debut in team colours with Nate Brown, Hugh Carthy and Joe Dombrowski completing the line-up. Based in Boulder, the four-day event is the teams home race. It begins on August 16 and is centred around Vail and Denver, with the high-altitude time trial in Vail one of the key stages. Both Phinney and Martinez have enjoyed a short break ...


Mohoric: I respect the cobbles, but I don't fear them

After doing so much of the heavy lifting to ensure the surprise success of the break on stage 3 of the BinckBank Tour, fourth place initially felt like a scant reward for Matej Mohoric. As the Bahrain-Merida rider wheeled to a halt in Antwerp, however, it gradually became apparent that he would receive the considerable consolation of moving into the green jersey of race leader. I always had the general classification in the back of my mind beside the stage victory. I still focused on the stage ...


Bronzini to retire, join Teutenberg as directeur sportif with Trek

Italian Giorgia Bronzini has decided to call an end to her storied 16-year-long cycling career and will take up a position as directeur sportif with the new Trek womens team in 2019. She will work side by side with former German rival Ina Teutenberg in the team. Bronzini has amassed over 80 victories on the road and the track, including two UCI Road World Championship titles (2010 and 2011) and the Points Race World Championship in 2009. She has won stages of the Giro Rosa, Route de France, Tou...


Lefevere: We have a team for 2019 but sponsor hunt continues

It speaks volumes that a team sitting on 54 wins this season is struggling to find a title sponsor for 2019, but that’s exactly the position Patrick Lefevere and his Quick-Step Floors squad find themselves in. The Belgian outfit have been almost all-conquering in 2018, striking at an extraordinary rate of almost one win every four days throughout this calendar year. Not only have they demonstrated consistency, but they have also triumphed in the Tour of Flanders, La Flèche Wallonne, Liège-Basto...


Porte and Spratt headline Australia team for World Championships

With the 2018 UCI Road World Championships still more than a month away, Australia have announced their line-ups for Innsbruck. Richie Porte and Amanda Spratt headline the mens and womens road race events, while Rohan Dennis has been confirmed to contest the mens time trial. Ranked eighth and second in the mens and womens categories respectively, Australia have qualified for the full quota of riders. In line with the reduction of team sizes throughout the sport, the maximum number of riders for...


Trentin exemplifies Italy's improvements

At the finish of the Richmond World Championships in 2015, Matteo Trentin helped Giacomo Nizzolo to 18th place. For a nation that had won the title four times during the halcyon days of the 2000s, Nizzolos result sent few shockwaves reverberating through Italian cycling. Expectations ahead of Richmond had been low, but that result behind Peter Sagan represented a new dawn for the team. Team manager Davide Cassani had been installed a year earlier, but his Richmond squad was a blend of experienc...


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Phinney and Martinez lead EF Education First-Drapac at Colorado Classic

Taylor Phinney and Daniel Martinez will lead the EF Education First-Drapac squad at the second edition of the Colorado Classic. Stagiaire Jose Neves will make his debut in team colours with Nate Brown, Hugh Carthy and Joe Dombrowski completing the line-up. Based in Boulder, the four-day event is the teams home race. It begins on August 16 and is centred around Vail and Denver, with the high-altitude time trial in Vail one of the key stages. Both Phinney and Martinez have enjoyed a short break ...


Mohoric: I respect the cobbles, but I don't fear them

After doing so much of the heavy lifting to ensure the surprise success of the break on stage 3 of the BinckBank Tour, fourth place initially felt like a scant reward for Matej Mohoric. As the Bahrain-Merida rider wheeled to a halt in Antwerp, however, it gradually became apparent that he would receive the considerable consolation of moving into the green jersey of race leader. I always had the general classification in the back of my mind beside the stage victory. I still focused on the stage ...


Bronzini to retire, join Teutenberg as directeur sportif with Trek

Italian Giorgia Bronzini has decided to call an end to her storied 16-year-long cycling career and will take up a position as directeur sportif with the new Trek womens team in 2019. She will work side by side with former German rival Ina Teutenberg in the team. Bronzini has amassed over 80 victories on the road and the track, including two UCI Road World Championship titles (2010 and 2011) and the Points Race World Championship in 2009. She has won stages of the Giro Rosa, Route de France, Tou...


Lefevere: We have a team for 2019 but sponsor hunt continues

It speaks volumes that a team sitting on 54 wins this season is struggling to find a title sponsor for 2019, but that’s exactly the position Patrick Lefevere and his Quick-Step Floors squad find themselves in. The Belgian outfit have been almost all-conquering in 2018, striking at an extraordinary rate of almost one win every four days throughout this calendar year. Not only have they demonstrated consistency, but they have also triumphed in the Tour of Flanders, La Flèche Wallonne, Liège-Basto...


Porte and Spratt headline Australia team for World Championships

With the 2018 UCI Road World Championships still more than a month away, Australia have announced their line-ups for Innsbruck. Richie Porte and Amanda Spratt headline the mens and womens road race events, while Rohan Dennis has been confirmed to contest the mens time trial. Ranked eighth and second in the mens and womens categories respectively, Australia have qualified for the full quota of riders. In line with the reduction of team sizes throughout the sport, the maximum number of riders for...


Trentin exemplifies Italy's improvements

At the finish of the Richmond World Championships in 2015, Matteo Trentin helped Giacomo Nizzolo to 18th place. For a nation that had won the title four times during the halcyon days of the 2000s, Nizzolos result sent few shockwaves reverberating through Italian cycling. Expectations ahead of Richmond had been low, but that result behind Peter Sagan represented a new dawn for the team. Team manager Davide Cassani had been installed a year earlier, but his Richmond squad was a blend of experienc...


Rock Shox Tuning Springs (Non U-Turn) - 510670042 - Cycling sku

- 510670042 by Rockshox

Item description: This Cycling Forks product is by Rockshox - 2007+ Domain & Totem (fixed 180mm travel) single-sided spring with preload spacer option: x-soft (<140lb), soft (140-160lb), medium (160-180lb), firm (180-200lb), x-firm (200lb+)2006+ BoXXer-Race,Team: single-sided spring design 2005 BoXXer (Ti) titanium springs (discontinued if rate not listed) will upgrade '05 Team,Race: 2 used per fork (sold each)2005 BoXXer tuning springs (discontinued if rate not listed): 2 used per fork (sold each) (2000-2004 BoXXer tuning springs are no longer available)2007+ Argyle (fixed 100mm travel) forks: single-sided spring 2010 Tora XC,SL forks: single-sided spring fixed to lower shaft assembly (not compatible with 2009 or older Tora fork models and only stocking 100mm aftermarket travel no OEM 80mm or 120mm travel at this time)2006+ Tora, 2007+ Recon (fixed 80/100mm, 120mm travel) forks: single-sided spring 2007+ Dart 1,2,3 (80/100mm travel) forks: single-sided spring (not stocking 120mm travel spring options)04-06 Judy & 03-05 Pilot C forks: coil spring with upper/lower spring-guide/spacers (discontinued if rate not listed): additional tuning bumper/insert available separately RS-617100(02/03 Judy XC,SL; and 03-05 Pilot XC,SL fork springs are no longer available)2008/2009 i-Ride 700c (fixed 25/50mm travel) fork: single springStandard spring rates (unless stated otherwise): soft (<140lb), med/stock (140-160lb), firm (160-180lb), x-firm (180lb+) - Part Number: 11.4015.379.000... Learn More

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Category: Forks

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