Price of bike: $5,999. Weight of bike: 25 lbs. Use of bike: Mountain. The Felt Edict 1 bike is a 29-inch XC bike that has been designed for speed. The bike has steep and racy geometry with 100mm of rear travel. All these features make Edict a bike for those who love the speed and want to go […]
Those who are road cyclists will be familiar with the name Gerard Vroomen.
This is a name that is popular with a bike company, formed by him and Cervelo that was initially started as a workshop in a Canadian university campus. Here the recent model of 3T Cycling Exploro team bike is reviewed and how the design of the bike came to originate.
The Stigmata cyclocross manufactured by Santa Cruz has been designed so as to sport some cool and classy looks.
Santa Cruz as a brand, has been able to garner a huge reputation in Mountain biking. Some of its machines have been ridden by Steve Peat, multiple downhill world champion, and by Danny MacAskill as well.
The frame of Santa Cruz’s new Stigmata has been designed to be all angles with boxy sections. Its seat tube sports a square sectioned look.
When it comes to sport bikes, many factors should be considered when determining the most suitable.
The Campagnolo Potenza is perhaps the ideal sport bike as it incorporates, good looks, quality, and shift precision into its frame that translates to a wonderful riding experience.
Cycling Canada is all set to collaborate with Blade Carbon Wheels as a wheel supplier for the National Team road projects in the year 2016 and after that.
A Canadian firm based in Barrie, Ontario, Blade makes and distributes a grand range of hand-built full carbon fibre as well as carbon alloy wheels for track and road cycling markets.
Great news for the fans of Alexander Kristoff- the bright Katusha rider out-sprinted Terpstra (Niki) to emerge as the Tour Flanders champion this year.
However, Geraint Thomas, one of the much speculated favourites of the race, unfortunately faded in the last finishing kilometers of the race and ended up with the 14th position.
Legendary Spanish cyclist Alberto Contador has reportedly revealed his plans of retirement recently. As per the reports, the Tour France champ would be hanging his boots by the final quarter of 2016.
The 32-year-old would be competing in Giro Italia & Tour France with his long-standing squad Tinkoff-Saxo. “I am planning to retire in my top form”, stated Contador stressing on retiring with grace.
Welsh rider Owain Doull has reportedly turned down contract with famous European squad Europcar to join up with 2012 Tour de France champ Sir Bradley Wiggins’ soon-to-be-declared outfit.
The Cardiff rider had been to be the 1st British cyclist to represent an elite French squad since Hunt (Jeremy) raced in 2008 with Crédit Agricole.
However, prior to the UCI World Track at London Olympic velodrome, the 21-year-old star shared that he had finally took it to ride “somewhere else” that he deems would help to advance his career further.
Team Astana’s WorldTour riding license to come under review by UCI- International Cycling Union have declared that they would be scanning the license of the team following the dope test failure of 3 Astana riders last August.
Maxim & Valentin Iglinskiy were the two among the 3 Astana riders who tested positive last August for banned blood-boosting dug EPO. Moreover, trainee rider Ilya Davidenok has also shown positive results revealing steroids consumption late August this year.
Canberra cyclist Michael Matthew’s met a crash this year that let him to a failure for this time’s Tour De France dream. However, Robbie Mcewen, the Aussie sprint king has a high opinion of Mathews the Canberra cyclist. He thinks that although Mathews dream was ruined this year he shall have a big year the next year. He also thinks that Mathews shall bag a national title as well as stage wins in some of the biggest races.