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Riding HiRide's semi-active suspension system for road bikes

This article first appeared on BikeRadar. With technologies such as disc brakes and tubeless tyres rapidly becoming the norm on road bikes, is it feasible that suspension could be the next big thing for those who stay on the road BikeRadar recently headed across to Milan, Italy, to visit suspension experts HiRide and try out a road bike equipped with its ESAS semi-active suspension system.ADVERTISEMENT Full-suspension gravel bike breaks cover in Taipei Why the next-gen adventure road bik...


Tour of Utah hoping to move back another week next year

The Larry H. Miller Tour of Utah will return for 2019 with tentative dates of August 12-18, moving back another week on the calendar after a similar move this year. The race is still waiting for UCI approval of the date change. If approved, the change would also affect the Colorado Classic, which this year runs the week after Utah. Were just looking at how the calendar is lining up, and those are the dates we were told are going to be open, Tour of Utah Executive Manager John Kimball told Cycl...


Adam Yates changes plans and heads to Vuelta a Espana

After a disappointing Tour de France, Adam Yates will seek redemption in Spain as he changes his plans to join his twin brother Simon at the Vuelta a España later this month. While Simon had always been scheduled to ride the Giro dItalia and Vuelta a España this year, Adam was the designated leader for the Tour de France, with both set to play leading roles in the British team for the hilly World Championships road race in Austria in September. Adam Yates hopes of bettering his fourth-place fi...


Will Barta moves up to WorldTour level with CCC

Will Barta has signed for CCC for the 2019 season. The American has spent the past four years at Continental and Pro Continental level with Hagens Berman Axeon and now makes the step up to the WorldTour with the revamped BMC squad. Ive always been a big fan of BMC Racing Team. I started getting into cycling around the time Cadel Evans won the Tour de France in 2011 and to see how the whole team fought was really cool, so ever since then I have been a big fan. Its a dream come true to join the t...


Lotto Soudal extend with Van der Sande, Mertz, Wouters

Lotto Soudal have handed contract extensions to Belgian trio Tosh Van der Sande, Rémy Mertz, and Enzo Wouters. Van der Sande and Mertz have signed new two-year deals, while Wouters has signed a new one-year deal. All three riders turned pro with Lotto Soudal, Van der Sande and Wouters having come through the teams U23 development squad.  Van der Sande, 27, began his pro career in 2012 and has played a versatile role. He has since won one race - a stage of the 2016 Tour de lAin - but has had a ...


Haig rides onto Tour of Utah podium with daring descent

Jack Haig (Mitchelton-Scott) came to the Larry H. Miller Tour of Utah with the goal of preparing for the Vuelta a Espana after finishing 21st in the Spanish Grand Tour last year. The 24-year-old Australian slowly climbed up the Utah general classification until he was sitting fifth going into the final stage – the Park City loop that ended with the 12.4km climb up Empire Pass and a technical 8.8km descent in the rain to the finish. Haig launched an attack on the lower slopes of Empire Pass tha...


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Riding HiRide's semi-active suspension system for road bikes

This article first appeared on BikeRadar. With technologies such as disc brakes and tubeless tyres rapidly becoming the norm on road bikes, is it feasible that suspension could be the next big thing for those who stay on the road BikeRadar recently headed across to Milan, Italy, to visit suspension experts HiRide and try out a road bike equipped with its ESAS semi-active suspension system.ADVERTISEMENT Full-suspension gravel bike breaks cover in Taipei Why the next-gen adventure road bik...


Tour of Utah hoping to move back another week next year

The Larry H. Miller Tour of Utah will return for 2019 with tentative dates of August 12-18, moving back another week on the calendar after a similar move this year. The race is still waiting for UCI approval of the date change. If approved, the change would also affect the Colorado Classic, which this year runs the week after Utah. Were just looking at how the calendar is lining up, and those are the dates we were told are going to be open, Tour of Utah Executive Manager John Kimball told Cycl...


Adam Yates changes plans and heads to Vuelta a Espana

After a disappointing Tour de France, Adam Yates will seek redemption in Spain as he changes his plans to join his twin brother Simon at the Vuelta a España later this month. While Simon had always been scheduled to ride the Giro dItalia and Vuelta a España this year, Adam was the designated leader for the Tour de France, with both set to play leading roles in the British team for the hilly World Championships road race in Austria in September. Adam Yates hopes of bettering his fourth-place fi...


Will Barta moves up to WorldTour level with CCC

Will Barta has signed for CCC for the 2019 season. The American has spent the past four years at Continental and Pro Continental level with Hagens Berman Axeon and now makes the step up to the WorldTour with the revamped BMC squad. Ive always been a big fan of BMC Racing Team. I started getting into cycling around the time Cadel Evans won the Tour de France in 2011 and to see how the whole team fought was really cool, so ever since then I have been a big fan. Its a dream come true to join the t...


Lotto Soudal extend with Van der Sande, Mertz, Wouters

Lotto Soudal have handed contract extensions to Belgian trio Tosh Van der Sande, Rémy Mertz, and Enzo Wouters. Van der Sande and Mertz have signed new two-year deals, while Wouters has signed a new one-year deal. All three riders turned pro with Lotto Soudal, Van der Sande and Wouters having come through the teams U23 development squad.  Van der Sande, 27, began his pro career in 2012 and has played a versatile role. He has since won one race - a stage of the 2016 Tour de lAin - but has had a ...


Haig rides onto Tour of Utah podium with daring descent

Jack Haig (Mitchelton-Scott) came to the Larry H. Miller Tour of Utah with the goal of preparing for the Vuelta a Espana after finishing 21st in the Spanish Grand Tour last year. The 24-year-old Australian slowly climbed up the Utah general classification until he was sitting fifth going into the final stage – the Park City loop that ended with the 12.4km climb up Empire Pass and a technical 8.8km descent in the rain to the finish. Haig launched an attack on the lower slopes of Empire Pass tha...


Storm I-Fly Competition Grip DH Saddles Black/Monster Green Knobs - 510671095 - Cycling sku

- 510671095 by Sdg

Item description: This Cycling Saddles product is by Sdg - From Road and Cross-Country disciplines to World Cup DH podiums, the Fly is one of the stiffest and most dependable performance tools in the SDG portfolio. The I-Fly uses a Nylon Glass Fiber, Solid Beam constructed base, with a Honeycomb core, creating one of the lightest strength to weight saddle connections in the world. The Fly railed versions use a light weight Nylon base, properly concaved for superior support. All Fly models incorporate an EVA foam, minimalisticly designed with a Snagless, Flat-Forward, NO BS approach. Ideal for advanced cyclists with limited seated movements and prefer narrower, stiff saddles. The Fly series is for power and performance, catering to a wide spectrum of disciplines and available in the patented I-Beam Technology and variable railed options. Each Fly offers multiple coverings depending on the discipline, from Seamless covers, to dual panels and 1pc full Kevlar designs.

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