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Cannondale Tesoro Neo X

Cannondale Tesoro Neo X: Versatile Goodness Like None Other

Cannondale has introduced its new Tesoro Neo X bike and it costs around $5,500, a considerable price to pay but you get to experience versatility and greatness, unlike anything. This is an Urban Masterpiece, but is it worth all the hassle? Should you give that much cash to Cannondale just to experience their new bike?

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POC Propel Aero Sunglasses-Can They Deliver What They Promise?

POC, a Swedish helmet and accessory manufacturer, has expanded its line of avant-garde sunglasses with the release of the Propel model. The Propel, in keeping with the POC canon, is not just massive and brash but also incredibly aerodynamic. Design The Propel is made to sit closer to the rider’s face. It has a wraparound

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Unveiling The Three Complete Builds By Chromag, Switching To Full Suspension

For a long time, Chromag manufactured their famous hardtail mountain bikes in British Columbia, Canada. Next, it expanded its product offerings to include apparel and hardware. The concept of developing a totally suspended bike was discussed multiple times when the freeride and downhill communities in and around the Whistler establishment got fully suspended. However, the

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All New LightWeight USD Forks By Intend: Classier Than Ever

The Samurai is, of course, an upside-down fork in true Intend fashion. With a claimed weight of 1,405g, the Samurai CC claims to be the World’s Lightest 120mm Travel Fork thanks to its brace-less design, carbon steerer, and simplified dropouts. Here are some updates on the Samurai, which is currently on the market, including information

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The Eysing PF40: An Electric Moped Like None Other

You might have seen a lot of mopeds in your life but there is nothing like the Eysing PF40. This is a retro-themed electric moped that is married with modern tech, this brings something utterly new to the table, something we haven’t seen before. This is one of the most luxurious mopeds in the market

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The New 3D-Printed Titanium Stems By Mythos- Travel In Style

The MYTHOS ELIX stem is the first of its kind, constructed from Scalmalloy® using cutting-edge SLM Additive Manufacturing, a material, and production method usually reserved for the highest levels of the aerospace and motorsport industries. Mythos’ stems, which come in two varieties (the road ELIX and the mountain bike IXO), are created in-house in the

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HovBeta 2.0: The Perfect Solution To Your Winter Cycling Woes

Discovering new bike manufacturers can go either way, they could turn out to be amazing and full of surprises or they could just disappoint. We recently discovered a Canadian Bike Brand by the name of HOVSCO and were stunned by their products. HOVSCO takes pride in making exceptional electric bikes and since these type of

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Lorax Ti

All New Lorax Ti Gravel Bike By Esker Cycles: Explore The Gravel World

Esker, a relatively new manufacturer of bicycles, is responsible for some outstanding models including the Elkat and Hayduke. They have experience making mountainous terrain and backcountry exploration-specific bikes. Esker Cycles, based in Big Sky Country and known for producing bicycles worthy of their state’s name, has unveiled the Lorax Ti Gravel Bike, a brand-new titanium

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The New Lectric XP 3.0 Series: Everything You Have Ever Wanted

Electric Bikes are fascinating inventions that have changed our lives for the better, and since we want the best bikes to make our routine better, we will be discussing Lectric Bikes and their newest XP 3.0 series.  If you have bought electric bikes before, then you probably know about the brand Lectric Bikes, they have

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Magura Vyron

Brand New MAGURA VYRON MDS-V3: Is It Worth All The Hype?

With the third evolutionary stage of the VYRON, MAGURA launched a completely new development of the wireless seat post. The new VYRON MDS-V3 is even more user-friendly and reliable thanks to its intuitive operation, lightning-fast response and extension speed, and high level of resilience with IP67 certification. History MAGURA launched a new era of electronically controlled

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Comparing The SH51 With SH56: Are They Really Different?

If you are just being introduced to the word “Cleats” allow us to explain that A bicycle cleat is a tiny, triangular wedge made of metal or plastic that is affixed to the bottom of a cyclist’s shoe. Cycling enthusiasts can clip their feet in and out of their pedals using a spring mechanism. The

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Trek Bike’s FX 1 Disc: The Most Adaptable Bike Of The Year

Trek Bikes has been around for almost half a century, and its expertise in bike manufacturing is evident. No matter what type of bike you may need, Trek bikes have a product in store. Its assembly line keeps expanding with more up-to-date products every day and they have just outdone itself with its latest addition,

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Rieju E-City Scooter: The Era Of Sporty Scooters Begins

You might have heard about Rieju, big-shot Spanish Bike Manufacturers that started way back in 1934. They had humble beginnings as they only manufactured bicycle accessories initially but then moved on to producing a bicycle. Fast forward to 2021, they just entered the electric scooter market with the Nuuk, a distinct scooter aimed to please

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Alejandro Valverde

Alejandro Valverde Leaves Behind A Legacy At Vuelta A Espana

There were some other special reasons for some people to celebrate at the Vuelta a España apart from Remco Evenepoel’s win. One of which was marking the end of two decades. Spanish rider and champion, Alejandro Valverde, raced his last Vuelta a España on Sunday, 11th September.  The 2022 Vuelta marks the 16th Vuelta a

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Matej Mohoric

Matej Mohorič Comes Out To Defend Fred Wright

Primož Roglič is not getting over his crash at Vuelta a España any time soon. The Jumbo-Visma rider recently pointed fingers at Fred Wright (Team Bahrain Victorious) saying that it was Fred who sparked the crash.                View this post on Instagram              

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Julian Alaphilippe

Is Julian Alaphilippe Ready To Defend His Rainbow Jersey?

The 2022 UCI Road World Championship 2022 is all set to start on the 18th of September. It stretches over the week and will end on the 25th of September. This year, Wollongong (Australia) is ready to host the event. With a prime location and perfect weather, Wollongong is all set to cover an exciting

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Rigoberto Uran

The Bizarre Occurrences On Vuelta a Espana Stage 17

The Vuelta a España’s stage 17 did not turn out to be what everyone was expecting. All eyes were set on Remco Evenepoel (Quick-Step Alpha Vinyl Team) to see how the leader performs. With Primoz Rogilic (Jumbo-Visma) out of the game, Enric Mas provided new hope of a chance to collect more race points for

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Did Remco Evenepoel Really Faked It To Make It?

Vuelta a España’s stage 16 was not short of drama. Primoz Roglic met a tragic crash just 2.5 km behind the finish line. Quick Step-AlphaVinyl’s rider Remco Evenepoel was also tangled up in his own mess. The rider suffered from a puncture, luckily it was inside the final 3 km.           

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Mads Pedersen

Mads Pedersen Claimed Victory At Vuelta a España Stage 16

Trek-Segafredo’s rider Mads Pedersen outperformed everyone at the Vuelta a España. The Danish rider took victory on stage 16 on Tuesday, 6th September. Even though Primoz Rogilic (Jumbo-Visma) launched an attack but he was slowed down by a crash in Tomares.               View this post on Instagram    

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Primoz Rogilic

Is Primoz Roglic Worth All The Hype At Vuelta a España?

Primož Roglič has been making it to the highlights very frequently at the current Vuelta a España. He has been chasing the race leader, Remco Evenepoel ( Quick-Step Alpha Vinyl Team) since day one at the event. With just 6 stages to go, he sits at 1:34 behind Evenepoel.               

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Sep Vanmarcke

Maryland Cycling Classic Finally Happens After 4 Years Of Wait!

The opening race of the Maryland Cycling Classic was won by Sep Vanmarcke. The race was scheduled for Sunday, 3rd September in Baltimore. This is the first win for the Israel-Premier Tech rider in the past three years. On the other hand, Nickolas Zukowsky (Human Powered Health) came in second place while Neilson Powless (EF

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Pivot Shuttle Lt

The All New Pivot Shuttle LT eMTB- For Those That Want More

Pivot is not coming slow with their onslaught of new bikes, they recently announced the Shuttle SL and LT which promises to break all the limits. Now, this is a Fazua Ride 60-equipped eMTB that also happens to be super lightweight, this bike is aimed at breaking all the perceptions of people, especially those who

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Richard Carapaz

Richard Carapaz Picks Up His Game With Stage 12 Win

After delivering a poor performance through the opening stages at Vuelta a España, Richard Carapaz has finally picked up his game with a stage 12 win. The INEOS Grenadiers rider was lying in the 24th overall position at the tour.                View this post on Instagram      

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Remco Evenepoel

Remco Evenepoel Crashed Out On Stage 12

As the peloton approached the finish line with 50 km to go, Remco Evenepoel crashed out. Evenepoel bent on the right side and slide out on stage 12 of Vuelta a España. Luckily nobody else was involved in the crash.                View this post on Instagram      

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Kaden Groves

Kaden Groves Takes His First World Tour Win At The Vuelta a España

Team BikeExchange-Jayco is back in form at the Vuelta a España after losing their key player, Simon Yates. Stage 11 on 31st August, Wednesday witnessed Kaden Groves sprinting to victory. Right behind him were Danny van Poppel (Bora-Hansgrohe) and Tim Merlier (Alpecin-Deceuninck), who finished second and third.  Kaden was positioned at the front by his

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Remco Evenepoel

Remco Evenepoel Takes Vuelta a España By Storm

As two of the riders bid farewell to  Vuelta a España on Tuesday, 30th August, on the other hand, Remco Evenepoel came to the event even more vital. After Monday’s rest day, the race leader finished the 30.9km with an edge of 48 seconds over everyone else.                View

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Sam Bennett

Covid-19 At Vuelta a España: Two Men Down In A Day

The latest rider to fall prey to Covid-19 at Vuelta a España is Sam Bennett. He also missed out on the time trial stage scheduled for Tuesday, August 30. The current state of the rider was confirmed by Ryan Mullen, his teammate at Bora-Hansgrohe. Mullen said during an interview: It’s shame for Sam and the

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Ethan Hayter Gets Hit With Covid-19

Ineos Grenadiers has withdrawn their star rider, Ethan Hayter, ahead of the start of the time trial. The Vuelta a España stage was set to begin on Tuesday, 30th August. It is official, Hayter has pulled out because he tested positive for Covid-19.               View this post on Instagram

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Alex Dowsett

Alex Dowsett Takes Early Retirement!

In contrast to what Alex Dowsett had initially said, the Israel Premier Tech rider has decided to end his career as a pro cyclist. With the end of the 2022 season, his contract with the team is also coming to an end. It looks like he is not looking forward to extending his contract or

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Sule Kangangi

Sule Kangangi Dies In A Tragic Crash

A real tragedy underwent on Saturday, 27th August 2022 during a racing block in the USA. Sule Kangangi was riding at the event for Team AMANI when he met a crash. Unfortunately, the fall became fatal for him and he lost his life at the gravel race of  The Overland. Sule was working with the

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Pascal Eenkhoorn

Jumbo-Visma looses Pascal Eenkhoorn To Lotto Soudal

Pascal Eenkhoorn has joined Lotto Soudal in a contract that has a duration of 2 years. Eenkhoorn is making this move from Jumbo-Visma and he feels that his new team will allow him more freedom to make his own choices. Pascal Eenkhoorn joined the ranks of cycling world professionals in 2018, right when he joined

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Jonas Vingegaard

Jonas Vingegaard Confirms Racing Schedule

With the Wollongong Road World Championships (September) and Tour de France Prudential Singapore Criterium (October), We cannot help but wonder which event will be blessed with the participation of our Tour de France champion, Jonas Vingegaard.               View this post on Instagram              

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Remco Evenepoel

QuickStep-AlphaVinyl’s Rising Star: Remco Evenepoel

 Remco Evenepoel (QuickStep-AlphaVinyl) gave his best on Tuesday’s stage 4 of 2022 Vuelta a España. Even though some important stages are still yet to come, Remco passed the initial test on 23rd August and now looks to score more in the upcoming stages. Despite not being able to finish in the top 3, he still

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Primož Roglič Back In The Game With Stage 4 Win

Jumbo-Visma continues to astonish fans with its outstanding performance. Primož Roglič is out for the Vuelta a España title and he is out with vengeance. Rogilic straight up took the win at stage 4 of the Vuelta and the uphill finish was no challenge for him.                View this

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Gaia Realini

Gaia Realini Steps Up Her Game, Joins Trek-Segafredo

There is no doubt that Gaia Realini has been one of the fastest-rising talents in the cycling world. She has made quite some accomplishments at just 21 years of age. And now, The rider is all set to step up her game by signing a contract with the world-level team, Trek-Segafredo. The contract will be

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Jumbo Visma

Jumbo-Visma Remains Unbeaten At Tour of Denmark

Jumbo-Visma has yet again overpowered everyone today at the Tour of Denmark. The team took not one but two important positions at the podium on stage 3 and showed everyone what their true potential is. Olav Kooij came first again, following a wonderful win on stage 1, followed by his teammate Christophe Laporte who finished

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Amy Pieters

The Recovery Journey Of Amy Pieters

Following an update on Amy Pieters, Team SD Worx commented that she is now transferred to Daan Theeuwes Centrum, a facility center for intensive neurorehabilitation in the Netherlands. Amy was originally admitted to a hospital in  The Hague, from where she was later transferred to PZC (Dordrecht). Her recovery journey at PZC has met its

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Olav Kooij

Tour of Denmark: Olav Kooij Dominates The Opening Stage

Jumbo-Visma‘s rider Olav Kooij stood victorious on 15th August, Tuesday, at the Tour of Denmark’s opening stage. While Jasper  Philipsen (Alpecin-Deceuninck) managed to finish in second place. Kooij now holds the yellow jersey.               View this post on Instagram                    

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Rose Grant

Heartbreak And Betrayal: The Story Of Rose Grant

It has been two years now since the professional rider Rose Grant has been safeguarding her sovereignty at the women’s pro division, and yet again, she came to the  Leadville Trail 100 MTB in hopes of being able to defend her title. She had another reason which motivated her to win in such style. Rose

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Tom Dumoulin

Tom Dumoulin Ends His Career, Bids Farewell To Cycling

Jumbo-Visma‘s rider Tom Dumoulin has announced that he has decided to call it quits and put an end to his career. Dumoulin will not be taking part in the  World Championships race scheduled in Australia. It was going to be his last race with the status of a pro rider. The winner of the 2017

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Fabio Jakobsen

Fabio Jakobsen Crowned European Champion

On Sunday, 14th August, Fabio Jakobsen (Netherlands) had yet another achievement. He defeated Arnaud Démare (France) and Tim Merlier (Belgium) in Munich to be crowned the champion at the European Championships in the elite men’s road race.                View this post on Instagram            

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Bikeexchange Jayco

BikeExchange-Jayco Ready To Take On Vuelta a España

BikeExchange-Jayco has just announced the names of the players that will be racing at Vuelta a España. Simon Yates will be the team leader while Kaden Groves is the team’s best option for sprint stages. Selecting Yates as the leader makes perfect sense since Yates has already won the Vuelta a España 2018.    

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Marianne Vos- Jumbo Visma’s Shinning Star

Marianne Vos has done it again, she took another win at the Tour of Scandinavia, adding a hattrick to her long list of achievements. The uphill stage saw a vigorous match between the best athletes until Vos took the crown in her name on 11 August, Thursday.               View

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Jackson Huntley Nash

Jackson Huntley Nash Banned For A Lifetime

After the United States Anti-Doping Agency (USADA) conducted a thorough investigation on Jackson Huntley Nash, The agency decided to put a lifetime ban on the cyclist on Wednesday, 10th August. Nash is guilty of violating many rules.  The investigation started in 2021 when a whistleblower gave information related to the former motorcyclist turned cyclist. He

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Zoe Backstedt

EF Education-TIBCO-SVB Signs Zoe Bäckstedt

Zoe Bäckstedt has just signed a contract with EF Education-TIBCO-SVB as a trainee for the remaining 2022 season. The team decided to take Zoe on board just after her first race at the pro team. It is decided that Zoe will race cyclo-cross and will also take part in road racing throughout the 2022 winter.

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Marianne Vos Makes The Headlines Again!

Marianne Vos is back in the game and she is out with vengeance. Since the Jumbo-Visma rider was disqualified from the Vårgårda WestSweden, she decided to prove why she is known as the best of the best. On 9th August, Tuesday, Vos went down in history but it was for all the right reasons. Marianne

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