Jul 07, 2022: The Tour de France caught fire on stages 4 and 5 - All the action and video, plus the Giro Donne. Van der Poel having a hard time. The Tour in Denmark, sponsor of La Vuelta. Intermarché development and Baloise to stay. Bernal, De Gendt, Livyns, Berasategi and Bioracer with Tom Pidcock. The Paul Sherwen Project.Read More...
At the end of a chaotic day on the cobbles of northern France, the early break fought for the stage win. Simon Clarke took the stage honours as Wout van Aert held the yellow jersey by 13 seconds as the Jumbo-Visma team had its worst day on the 2022 Tour de France.
After his second places on all the stages so far in the 2022 Tour de France, Wout van Aert attacked with just over 11 kilometres to go for a solo win in Calais. The yellow jersey held off the peloton as Jasper Philipsen won the bunch sprint ahead of Van Aert's Jumbo-Visma teammate, Christophe Laporte.
Gear Break: 100% Sagan Collection, New Ribble Bikes, MAAP OffCuts, New CORE App, Design a Colnago for the Tour & Bravur Tour Watch
100%® switches things up in the Peter Sagan limited-edition collection, Ribble introduces the all-new Shimano 105 Di2 to award-winning range, MAAP’s OffCuts sustainable program returns, brand new CORE App, design a Colnago for the Tour de France and Bravur Watches presenting the new La Grande Boucle 2022 edition.
Gear Break: Sportful SuperGiara Jersey, Colnago x Tod’s Collab, KANSEPT1 Apparel, Brooks C17 Special Lab, La Passione’s Ultralight, Ortlieb Seat-Pack QR & Enduro Bearings & Brews Speakeasy
Sportful's Cliff SuperGiara jersey, Colnago x Tod's Made in Italy collaboration, KANSEPT1 limited edition premium performance apparel, Brooks invite riders to chart their own course with the C17-Special Lab, La Passione Striver Ultralight, ORTLIEB Seat-Pack QR and Enduro Bearings host Bearings & Brews Speakeasy at Rapha’s San Francisco Clubhouse.
Gear Break: Primal Alitios Pro, Repente ‘Brown’, ILE Pilot Bar Bag, ROLL Recovery Massage, SIDI DZero & Opinel Tour de France Folding Knives
Primal: Alitios Pro - Best sellers, Repente: Corium, top quality materials and a classic style, new pilot bar bag from Inside Line Equipment, ROLL Recovery percussion massage device, Sidi: Shot 2 DZero & MTB Tiger 2 SRS Dzero and Opinel commemorates Tour de France with limited-edition folding knives.
VIDEO: Officine Mattio does some of the best custom carbon fibre bicycle fabrication we've seen. But they also work in other fine materials to create bicycle frames - like aluminum. This video takes us through their Italian factory and their aluminum custom bicycle frame production process.
Gear Break: Giro Eclipse Spherical Helmet, GCN Castelli Kit, Shimano Power Meter Upgrade, Fara Frameset, Zealios Personal Care & KASK Tour Helmet
Giro Eclipse Spherical helmet, GCN Castelli pro team kit, Shimano releases Force Vector upgrade for Dura-Ace and Ultegra power meters, Thor Hushovd receives new Fara Cycling F/RD signature series bike, Zealios: Complete range of personal care products and KASK Valegro ‘Tour de France’ – official product for La Grande Boucle 2022.
TOOLBOX: Planning the whole nutrition for a multi-stage race in the UCI calendar is no easy task and requires…
Australia has, over the years, been characterized by a lively cycling culture. In addition to its unique domestic scene, the Lucky Country has done well internationally since the first Aussies went to the Tour de France in 1914. “Wheel Life 2” is a fascinating look at Australian cycling in the 1970s and 1980s, as it was poised for success.
Continuing with Ed Hood's series of 'English speaking' Tour de France pioneers, Ed moves onto Derek Harrison. Sadly Harrison died in May, 2018 in his adopted home of France, but his pro career spanned the 60s and 70s and include many top wins and two appearances in the French Grand Tour.
20 years of PEZ: The 2022 Tour returns to l'Alp d'Huez, so we look back to 2015 with Ed Hood. There's only one thing crazier than Alp d'Huez at the Tour de France - and that's the Dutch Corner on Alp d'Huez at the Tour de France. Ed & Callum were up the road, roadside, and inside the madness that is one of pro sport's maddest moments.
Virtual athletic challenges allow you to stay close to home while racking up the miles, recording them on software that shows you, usually with Google Streetview, where you are (virtually). I have embraced the virtual challenge ethos. One of my favourite virtual challenges was cycling the distance of the 1903 Tour de France, the first edition of the race.
We have been noting this anecdotally for years, but literally, billions and billions of dollars continue to pour into sports with several more examples this week. The value of everything sports-related – athletes, teams, league sponsorships, NFTs, and particularly TV and media rights – is skyrocketing, particularly as concerns about COVID have started to wane.
The Race Across America saw its 2022 edition launch from California on June 14 as 33 solo riders set off for Maryland, to be reached in less than 12 days. June 18 was the day when RAAM team categories set off on the same course. In their number, Team GCN rides with the determination to set the fastest time a RAAM has ever been completed by a pair of riders.
Pete Matthews is many things: Famous and innovative wheel builder, top amateur road man, a real character, comedian and a great bloke. Ed Hood was lucky enough to have a good chat with the man from Liverpool about his career on the bike and…
Spencer Martin of Beyond the Peloton breaks down what really happened in the chaotic stage 5 of the 2022 Tour de France from Lille to Arenberg. The brutal pave, better known as the protagonist in Paris-Roubaix, again played the leading role in the action.Read More...
Staying active is incredibly important, and how people do this is going to vary depending on what they identify with most and what they enjoy doing. One of the more popular options out there that a lot of people enjoy doing is cycling.
This watch is intended for people needing to regularly monitor health vitals like blood pressure, heart rate, oxygen saturation, and so on, without having to carry around larger devices.