Cyclocross bikes

Classification and classification of the Tour de France

The 2021 Tour de France got off to a flying start, literally, on Saturday with its first stage on the road. The Grand Départ in Brittany, with its small roads and steep climbs, was always going to be nervous, but stage 1 was especially marked by two huge crashes in …

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BikeBiz guide to the latest brakes | Highlight

This month, we’re taking a look at the latest brakes from some of the biggest brands in the business, including Clarks, Elvedes, Miche, SRAM, XLC, Acor, Hayes, Oxford, Shimano, Capgo and Cyclon. Clarks – influence1 Distributor: Bob elliot More power and control – more Clout than ever! The Clout1 is …

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Anti-Asian racism in the cycling world

Over the past year, Asian Americans across the country have faced increased discrimination, in large part thanks to the hateful and racist language encouraged by the Trump administration around the coronavirus pandemic. And cyclists have not been spared as targets of racism. We asked Asian and Pacific Islander American (AAPI) …

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Cycling and SRAM event | Prepare for the summer sign

It has been a long year, navigating through a difficult time of great change. Through it all, our bikes have helped us find the way forward. And now that vaccination rates are on the rise and most areas are slowly reopening, it’s time to come back to ride, run, and …

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Why cycling events make great days

Most people will be able to point to the nearest soccer stadium, cricket pitch or swimming pool, but what about the nearest race or cycling event? Signage for a road race can be a sign that something is going on, but it’s usually about tripping over a hill climb or …

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Podcast BikeRadar Meets | Cervélo’s Maria Benson reveals all about the Áspero-5

In the latest installment of our BikeRadar podcast, we meet Cervélo’s Product Manager, Maria Benson, to talk about everything Cervélo, from the daring new Áspero 5 to the award-winning Caledonia 5 and the brand’s sequel to racing bikes. legendary. You can read some of the highlights from our interview below …

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New Cannondale gravel bike ridden by Ted King at Unbound Gravel

It looks like Cannondale has a brand new gravel bike in the works, and one that could potentially become the brand’s “race-focused” gravel bike. Former road pro turned gravel racer Ted King is a Cannondale sponsored athlete and was spotted aboard what appears to be a new bike during Saturday’s …

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Future Growth of Cyclocross Bikes Market by New Business Developments, Innovations and Top Companies – Forecast to 2026

The report studies the global cyclocross bikes market and focuses on major manufacturers, market segment by country divided by product types (with sales, revenue, price, market share of each type), divided by applications. , this report focuses on Cyclocross Bikes sales, market share and growth rate in each application. The …

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Bicycle companies and events benefiting from Gravel Craze

A new category is fueling the world of cycling, and it has nothing to do with increased participation in the pandemic. This is the category of gravel riding, or cross, a mix between mountain biking and road riding that takes place on long winding dirt roads. The reason behind the …

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