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Trentin to return to racing at Adriatica Ionica Race - News Shorts

Just over two months after he crashed out of Paris-Roubaix, Matteo Trentin†(Mitchelton-Scott) will make his racing return at the inaugural Adriatica Ionica Race this week. Trentin will be riding for the Italian national selection alongside Moreno Moser and Riccardo Minali. Trentin was diagnosed with a stable compression fracture of his thoracic spine after crashing heavily during Paris-Roubaix in April. It was the second major injury for Trentin after he broke a rib before the start of the seas...


Peter Sagan: I need some improvement before the Tour de France

Peter Sagan (Bora-Hansgrohe) says he still has some way to go to reach the form he needs ahead of next months Tour de France. Following the Tour de Suisse, where he won a stage and took the points jersey, Sagan said that he was not yet in top shape for the Grand Tour. Sagan will be looking for a record-equalling sixth points classification victory this summer to bring him level with Erik Zabel. The three-time world champion looked set to do that last season but was disqualified on stage 4 after...


Richie Porte vows to be better at Tour de France after Suisse win

Richie Porte†(BMC) took the biggest win of his professional career on Sunday as he wrapped up the general classification at the Tour de Suisse, his final race before the Tour de France, before vowing to improve his form at Julys Grand Tour. The Australian had an indifferent spring but after finishing third at the Tour de Romandie in April he found another gear at the Tour de Suisse, winning the event from Jakob Fuglsang (Astana) and Nairo Quintana (Movistar). This was a big goal. Lets not beat...


Quintana, Valverde and Landa 'all ready and in great shape' for Tour de France

Mission accomplished was how longstanding Movistar team manager Eusebio Unzue presented his three leaders - Nairo Quintana, Mikel Landa and Alejandro Valverde - for this years Tour de France on Monday in Madrid. Theyre all ready and in great shape for July. Being sure that all three top names were in ideal condition to challenge for the Tour de France was easier said than done, but as the triumvirate of leaders took to the stage in Movistarís glitzy Madrid headquarters, both the riders and thei...


Van der Breggen and Boels Dolmans remain in control of Women's WorldTour

Anna van der Breggen and Boels Dolmans have held firm at the top of the Womenís WorldTour rankings after the Ovo Energy Womenís Tour. However, there have been plenty of changes below them with Coryn Rivera and Team Sunweb, and Marianne Vos and her WaowDeals team taking big leaps up the standings. Van der Breggen was not racing this week and will not be riding the next round of the Giro Rosa, but her dominant performance over the spring was enough to ensure her security in the leaderís jersey. S...


Peter Sagan extends WorldTour lead after Tour de Suisse

Peter Sagan (Bora-Hansgrohe) has extended his lead in the WorldTour rankings after taking a victory at the recent Tour de Suisse, his 16th at the nine-day race. Richie Porte (BMC Racing) jumped up a massive 19 places to enter the top five after winning the overall classification in Switzerland on his race debut. Sagan started the race with a sizeable 232-point lead over Alejandro Valverde (Movistar). The Spaniard had to skip the Swiss race due to illness, and while he enjoyed a strong showing a...


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Trentin to return to racing at Adriatica Ionica Race - News Shorts

Just over two months after he crashed out of Paris-Roubaix, Matteo Trentin†(Mitchelton-Scott) will make his racing return at the inaugural Adriatica Ionica Race this week. Trentin will be riding for the Italian national selection alongside Moreno Moser and Riccardo Minali. Trentin was diagnosed with a stable compression fracture of his thoracic spine after crashing heavily during Paris-Roubaix in April. It was the second major injury for Trentin after he broke a rib before the start of the seas...


Peter Sagan: I need some improvement before the Tour de France

Peter Sagan (Bora-Hansgrohe) says he still has some way to go to reach the form he needs ahead of next months Tour de France. Following the Tour de Suisse, where he won a stage and took the points jersey, Sagan said that he was not yet in top shape for the Grand Tour. Sagan will be looking for a record-equalling sixth points classification victory this summer to bring him level with Erik Zabel. The three-time world champion looked set to do that last season but was disqualified on stage 4 after...


Richie Porte vows to be better at Tour de France after Suisse win

Richie Porte†(BMC) took the biggest win of his professional career on Sunday as he wrapped up the general classification at the Tour de Suisse, his final race before the Tour de France, before vowing to improve his form at Julys Grand Tour. The Australian had an indifferent spring but after finishing third at the Tour de Romandie in April he found another gear at the Tour de Suisse, winning the event from Jakob Fuglsang (Astana) and Nairo Quintana (Movistar). This was a big goal. Lets not beat...


Quintana, Valverde and Landa 'all ready and in great shape' for Tour de France

Mission accomplished was how longstanding Movistar team manager Eusebio Unzue presented his three leaders - Nairo Quintana, Mikel Landa and Alejandro Valverde - for this years Tour de France on Monday in Madrid. Theyre all ready and in great shape for July. Being sure that all three top names were in ideal condition to challenge for the Tour de France was easier said than done, but as the triumvirate of leaders took to the stage in Movistarís glitzy Madrid headquarters, both the riders and thei...


Van der Breggen and Boels Dolmans remain in control of Women's WorldTour

Anna van der Breggen and Boels Dolmans have held firm at the top of the Womenís WorldTour rankings after the Ovo Energy Womenís Tour. However, there have been plenty of changes below them with Coryn Rivera and Team Sunweb, and Marianne Vos and her WaowDeals team taking big leaps up the standings. Van der Breggen was not racing this week and will not be riding the next round of the Giro Rosa, but her dominant performance over the spring was enough to ensure her security in the leaderís jersey. S...


Peter Sagan extends WorldTour lead after Tour de Suisse

Peter Sagan (Bora-Hansgrohe) has extended his lead in the WorldTour rankings after taking a victory at the recent Tour de Suisse, his 16th at the nine-day race. Richie Porte (BMC Racing) jumped up a massive 19 places to enter the top five after winning the overall classification in Switzerland on his race debut. Sagan started the race with a sizeable 232-point lead over Alejandro Valverde (Movistar). The Spaniard had to skip the Swiss race due to illness, and while he enjoyed a strong showing a...


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- 510670657 by Ritchey

Item description: This Cycling Handlebars and Grips product is by Ritchey - Unique shape of the 10 degree bend flat bar preserves the hand position of a 5 degree bend bar without increasing stem lengthTextured stem clamp area reduces risk of bar slippageReinforced internally to accept bar ends and shifter/lever clamp - Color: Black, Part Number: 30259916... Learn More

Manufacturer: Ritchey

Category: Handlebars and Grips

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