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Trek-Segafredo plan comes together as Stuyven denies sprinters at BinckBank Tour

Ardooie has a population of 9,161, and it felt as though most of their number were rushing along Stationstraat to offer their congratulations to Trek-Segafredo directeur sportif Dirk Demol after Jasper Stuyven won stage 4 of the BinckBank Tour. Demol is a resident of Ardooie, and the finish is a staple of the BinckBank (and formerly Eneco) Tour. Every year, the Belgian makes a point of having his team target victory in the stage but until Stuyven powered off the front of the peloton with a litt...


Ganna's 2020 vision for Tokyo expected to include a Team Sky focus

Filippo Ganna has toggled between track and road in recent years, claiming a brace of world titles in the individual pursuit while finding his feet in the WorldTour ranks in the colours of UAE Team Emirates. It is a balancing act that will continue at least until the Tokyo 2020 Olympics, where Ganna hopes to strike gold as part of Italys increasingly competitive team pursuit squad, while also racing on the road, probably with Team Sky, after La Gazzetta dello Sport said his move to the British t...


Alaphilippe, Bardet, Pinot, Barguil named in France's World Championships longlist

France will have one of the strongest line-ups for the UCI Road World Championships with Julian Alaphilippe, Romain Bardet, Thibaut Pinot, and Warren Barguil all named in the countrys longlist for next months event in Austria. With nearly 5,000 metres of elevation gain across the 265-kilometre road race course, the 2018 Worlds is widely considered one for the climbers, and France has them in abundance. Alaphilippe won two mountain stages of this years Tour de France and won the polka-dot jerse...


Niki Terpstra signs for Direct Energie

Niki Terpstra (Quick-Step Floors) will ride for Direct Energie for the 2019 season, the French Pro Continental team confirmed via Twitter on Thursday. The Dutchman has spent the past eight seasons with Quick-Step Floors, winning Paris-Roubaix, Tour of Flanders and E3 Harelbeke during his time with the Belgian WorldTour team. In a press release on Direct Energies website, Niki Terpstra said of the move: I was impressed by Direct Energie this season during the Flanders Classics where the riders ...


Powless hoping LottoNL-Jumbo can continue Utah success at Colorado Classic

LottoNL-Jumbo will be without Tour of Utah winner Sepp Kuss at the Colorado Classic but the Dutch WorldTour team are hoping to continue their run of success with young riders, including the USA’s Neilson Powless. With Kuss now focused on the Vuelta a España, Powless will be joined by Critérium du Dauphiné stage winner Koen Bouwman, Pascal Eenkhoorn, Daan Oliver, Maarten Wynants and stagiaire Jan Maas for the four days of racing in Colorado. In Utah, Powless finished second to Kuss on stage 2 t...


Sunweb cautious about Kelderman's prospects at Vuelta a Espana

Wilco Kelderman will lead Team Sunwebs general classification bid at the Vuelta a España, but the team are cautious about their prospects given the Dutchman has only recently returned from injury. Instead, the German-registered team described the sprints as their main focus when they announced their young line-up for the Spanish Grand Tour on Thursday, with Phil Bauhaus chosen to lead the line.  Team leader Tom Dumoulin is expected to ride the four-day Deutschland Tour next week and a series of...


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Trek-Segafredo plan comes together as Stuyven denies sprinters at BinckBank Tour

Ardooie has a population of 9,161, and it felt as though most of their number were rushing along Stationstraat to offer their congratulations to Trek-Segafredo directeur sportif Dirk Demol after Jasper Stuyven won stage 4 of the BinckBank Tour. Demol is a resident of Ardooie, and the finish is a staple of the BinckBank (and formerly Eneco) Tour. Every year, the Belgian makes a point of having his team target victory in the stage but until Stuyven powered off the front of the peloton with a litt...


Ganna's 2020 vision for Tokyo expected to include a Team Sky focus

Filippo Ganna has toggled between track and road in recent years, claiming a brace of world titles in the individual pursuit while finding his feet in the WorldTour ranks in the colours of UAE Team Emirates. It is a balancing act that will continue at least until the Tokyo 2020 Olympics, where Ganna hopes to strike gold as part of Italys increasingly competitive team pursuit squad, while also racing on the road, probably with Team Sky, after La Gazzetta dello Sport said his move to the British t...


Alaphilippe, Bardet, Pinot, Barguil named in France's World Championships longlist

France will have one of the strongest line-ups for the UCI Road World Championships with Julian Alaphilippe, Romain Bardet, Thibaut Pinot, and Warren Barguil all named in the countrys longlist for next months event in Austria. With nearly 5,000 metres of elevation gain across the 265-kilometre road race course, the 2018 Worlds is widely considered one for the climbers, and France has them in abundance. Alaphilippe won two mountain stages of this years Tour de France and won the polka-dot jerse...


Niki Terpstra signs for Direct Energie

Niki Terpstra (Quick-Step Floors) will ride for Direct Energie for the 2019 season, the French Pro Continental team confirmed via Twitter on Thursday. The Dutchman has spent the past eight seasons with Quick-Step Floors, winning Paris-Roubaix, Tour of Flanders and E3 Harelbeke during his time with the Belgian WorldTour team. In a press release on Direct Energies website, Niki Terpstra said of the move: I was impressed by Direct Energie this season during the Flanders Classics where the riders ...


Powless hoping LottoNL-Jumbo can continue Utah success at Colorado Classic

LottoNL-Jumbo will be without Tour of Utah winner Sepp Kuss at the Colorado Classic but the Dutch WorldTour team are hoping to continue their run of success with young riders, including the USA’s Neilson Powless. With Kuss now focused on the Vuelta a España, Powless will be joined by Critérium du Dauphiné stage winner Koen Bouwman, Pascal Eenkhoorn, Daan Oliver, Maarten Wynants and stagiaire Jan Maas for the four days of racing in Colorado. In Utah, Powless finished second to Kuss on stage 2 t...


Sunweb cautious about Kelderman's prospects at Vuelta a Espana

Wilco Kelderman will lead Team Sunwebs general classification bid at the Vuelta a España, but the team are cautious about their prospects given the Dutchman has only recently returned from injury. Instead, the German-registered team described the sprints as their main focus when they announced their young line-up for the Spanish Grand Tour on Thursday, with Phil Bauhaus chosen to lead the line.  Team leader Tom Dumoulin is expected to ride the four-day Deutschland Tour next week and a series of...


Ritchey WCS Carbon Mono-Curve Integrated Drop Handlebar/Stems - 510671084 - Cycling sku

- 510671084 by Ritchey

Item description: This Cycling Handlebars and Grips product is by Ritchey - Ritchey Integrated Drop Handlebar/StemsMonocoque EvoCurve bar molded to a carbon stem and C260-style forged alloy steer tube clampExtended ergonomic upper section with 4deg sweepShallow 128mm drop with smooth "curve" transitionC260-style curved steer tube slot radically reduces steer tube stressItem SpecificationsColorBlackWeight353gBar Drop128mmBar Width40cmStem Angle84degStem Length100mmDrop Bend StyleAnatomicMaterialCarbonAero Bar/Cross Lever Diameter31.7/31.8Defined ColorBlack - Part Number: 30361210... Learn More

Manufacturer: Ritchey

Category: Handlebars and Grips

$599.95

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