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PEZ Holiday Gift Guide’18 #5

Gift Guide’18 #5: Another mixed bag of great gift ideas in our 5th holiday guide. Marquee Caps from Walz, the Giro Cinder helmet with MIPS, fork mount rack by Küat, breathtaking images by Michael Blann, Scicon race rain bag, Range torque ratchet, Knog Oi bell, the new Riot Buckle shoes by BONT and Donnelly EMP gravel tires. There must be a gift here for the special cyclist in your life.

Andy Hampsten – Looking Back And Looking Forward

American pro cycling in the 1980s is synonymous with Greg LeMond and Andy Hampsten. Both were supremely talented riders. The Outer Line recently caught up with Hampsten in Boulder, and had a chance to hear some of his reminiscences as well as his thoughts about the current state of pro cycling, and the future of the sport.

EUROTRASH News Round Up Thursday!

Nov 10, 2016 - You would think the EUROTRASH desk would be quiet in the middle of November... but no. Tinkov and Riis are sniping at each other - Top Story. Cycling news: 18 teams in the WorldTour, Van der Haar injured, Aru for Giro/Vuelta, Sky Sign Dibben, young talent for Lotto, Fernández crashes, Paulinho to Conti, Duque to retire, Paris Revolution cancelled, Volpi for Bahrain, AG2R roster, no Giro for RAI and no Tour for Portsmouth.

Lee’s Lowdown: Change In The US & Giro To Japan!

US Cycling is under new management and the Giro is planning to start in Japan, just the sort of fodder for Lee Rodgers to get his teeth into. In Lee's eyes the US change can only be a good thing, but could the Giro money not be spent in a better way, the Giro Rosa?

EUROTRASH Japan Giro Thursday!

Nov 05, 2015 - No racing during the week, but the EuroTrash office is still busy with other cycling news: Giro to start in Japan? New jobs in different teams for managers and riders, plus Lotto Soudal ladies report card, Simone Antonini's first season, Holowesko|Citadel & Caja Rural for 2016, Moolman-Pasio for Sports Award and golf lessons from Sagan.