Nov 23, 2017 - Israeli start to the 2018 Giro d'Italia, is it a good idea?-Top Story. A very full EUROTRASH Thursday: Rosters announced by Quick-Step, Wanty and Rally, contract news from Nippo and BEAT. Plus new sponsor for Baby-Dump, Dubai route, USA race schedule, clothes for Sky and UAE Team Emirates 2017 season.
Thanksgiving is tomorrow (Thursday) and that only means one thing… Yes, the Christmas holidays are only round the corner. They say 'tis better to give than to receive,’ but it doesn’t stop you making some strong hints. We kick off the first 'PEZ Gift Guide' with offerings from Primal, Silca, FlipBelt Crops, GU Energy, Muc-Off and the Darrell Parks' 2018 Calendar.
Pirelli are making some fantastic new rubber but beyond that is their GIGANTIC reach that transcends cycling as well as their desires to bring bicycles along with them to events like their 2018 Gala in New York for “The Cal”.
The Opus Vivace 1 is the top line model in the Canadian brand's extensive line up of over 100 different models. But the sweet spot is just how much bike they offer for an even sweeter price of under US$3500 - proprietary designed full carbon frame, Ultegra gruppo and hydraulic disk brakes... this is a lotta bike.
TOOLBOX: Winter holidays season is almost here and that means giving - and hopefully some "getting" too. Now, I’m no fan of shopping, malls or the scourge that is “Black Friday”, but I do know that a well thought out gift is worth its weight in gold for that tough to buy for athlete. Want some ideas?
Nov 20, 2017 - Mathieu van der Poel is on the top step again. Race report and video from the UCI Cyclo-Cross World Cup. Shane Sutton speaks-Top Story. Other cycling news: Eschborn-Frankfurt, 2018 for Caja Rural-Seguros RGA and Dimension Data, Yoshida signs for Nippo and UAE Team Emirates go on safety driving course.
Film Review: Every cyclist's fantasy, perhaps, is to ride in the Tour de France but sometimes it might be better for that wish to be unfulfilled. The recent film, “Le Ride,” shows what happens when two enthusiasts honour the first English-speaking team in the Tour and duplicate that 1928 event today.