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dimanche 25 septembre 2011

Championnat du Monde sur route 2011

Bravo Marc CAVENDISH :) New World Champion :) Worlds: Cavendish on Great Britain team work

vendredi 23 septembre 2011

Championnat du Monde Espoirs 2011

Bravo Arnaud DEMARE :) Champion du Monde :)

2012 Specialized Roubaix

KEO POWER - After the tests


jeudi 22 septembre 2011

Cyclocross 202 with Todd Wells - Starting the Season

2010 Cyclocross Champion Todd Wells takes you through how he starts off his cross season.

Day 2 - Road World Championships 2011 Copenhagen - Time Trial Men Jr. + Elite Women

Gold: Mads Würtz Schmidt, Denmark: "It was a very hot seat - but I made it. It is the biggest day of my life. I haven´t realised yet that I´m actually world champion - I think it will take me some days to realise. I knew I had the fastest time at every time check - I had Morten Bennekou (junior coach) in the car behind me and he told me. I wasn´t worried about the speed - actually I increased the speed through the race. It is just amazine - it is unbelievable". Silver: James Oram, New Zealand: "I always go to races with the ambitions to win. To be in the hot seat pretty much all day and still end up on the podium is amazing, I couldn´t have asked for more. I´m over the moon actually. I came to the Worlds with the expectation of being extremely happy to finish in the top five. Bronze: David Edwards, Australia: "I am really happy about my bronze medal - I was a very good nice circuit, there were parts with wind and other parts with no wind and there were many technical turns. I liked racing inside the city - the crowds were amazing". With a solid performance on the wet streets of Copenhagen, german powerhouse Judith Arndt had enough stength in her legs towards the end to resist any pressure from her rivals, as she secured the gold with a 21 second gap to New Zealand´s Linda Willumsen and last years champion Emma Poley from Great Britain. Arndt proved the stronger rider on the decisive kilometers in a wet and windy Copenhagen in a close Women Time Trial with 11 riders finishing within a minut of each other. In a very close battle for silver and bronze, former danish rider Linda Willumsen won the hearts of her former countrymen, as she succeeded in winning yet another WC medal for New Zealand 2,4 seconds ahead of Great Britain´s Emma Pooley.

Count 4 de Decathlon

Voici la video de présentation du compteur vélo count 4.

Shimano Electrique :)

mercredi 21 septembre 2011

Championnats du monde masculins de contre-la-montre 2011

Bravo Tony Martin en or :)

2011 UCI Women's Road World Cup Highlights leg 5, 6 and 7 - Season Final

Annemiek van Vleuten (Nederland Bloeit) cemented her position at the top of the World Cup table with a stylish win at the final round in Plouay, France on Saturday. Twice winner in Plouay (2009, 2010), Emma Pooley (Garmin-Cervelo) opened with an attack which caused a break on the fourth of six laps of a 19.1 kilometre circuit. With her went World Cup leader, Annemiek van Vleuten (Nederland -Bloeit), Evelyn Stevens (HTC HighRoad), Chantal Blaak (AA Drink) and Erinne Willock (Tibco). The quartet quickly gained a gap of over one minute 40 seconds. Behind, the peloton was slowly diminished until the main chase group was just eleven riders, with the large peloton three minutes in arrears. On the fifth lap, Pooley attacked again and managed to get away, solo. She built a lead of around a minute. At the same time that she took on the leaders, Marianne Vos (Nederland Bloeit) accelerated fiercely from the chase group and began to bridge across the gap of over one minute to the front of the race. She needed less than ten kilometres to get to the group behind Pooley and when she did, she kept going. The group went with her, which meant that Pooley's advantage began to fall. For the closing kilometres, the Briton hung on at 15 seconds, but Vos persisted and Pooley was caught with three kilometres to go. Van Vleuten was attentive for a counterattack, which she was anticipating. Sure enough, Evelyn Stevens accelerated, but got nowhere alone, van Vleuten went with her and the pair entered the final kilometre together. Annemiek van Vleuten had the strongest legs and she managed to open a gap on the American in the finishing straight. The Dutchwoman celebrated yet another World Cup win in 2011 and became World Cup Champion for the first time with 362 points. Vos was second on 315 points and Emma Johansson (Hitec Products) third with 223 points after finishing in the peloton. Van Vleuten was naturally pleased with her win. She admitted that it had not been the plan that she would win the final round, but gave nothing away: "No, it was not the plan that I would win today, that's a secret, what our plan was, but no, not today....", she was clearly relieved that Vos had crossed the gap on the penultimate lap though, "I was thinking 'ah, I'm alone', so when she came, it was fun to be together, she did a great job today" van Vleuten smiled, "She (Vos) was strong chasing Pooley and then I was expecting an attack in the final kilometres and (Evelyn) Stevens attacked and I was on her wheel and I felt good. I was just going to enjoy the day, but I got 75 points too." Van Vleuten admitted that she had not yet thought about being World Cup Champion, "I thought about it a bit after Sweden, that it was possible, but I have been focussed this year on wins in the World Cup, so it worked out well for me and Marianne with so many wins between us this year." The day was rounded off nicely for Nederland Bloeit, the team also won the World Cup classification for teams.

mardi 20 septembre 2011

The Hidden Alps by raphafilms

Directed by Ben Ingham

Day 1 - Road Worlds Copenhagen 2011 - Time Trial Women Jr. + Men U23

Australia dominated the first day of the UCI Road World Championships in Copenhagen, winning both titles in the Women Juniors and Men Under 23 time trial events.

Luke Durbridge blasted to the world title in the Men Under 23 confirming his huge talent against the clock. Last year he missed out on the world title by just over a second. This time he won by 35 seconds -- a huge margin for the 35km course.

Denmark's Rasmus Christian Quaade gave his all to try and match Durbridge, collapsing after crossing the line and needed several minutes to catch his breath. He set a time of 43:23.

Micheal Hepburn gave Australia the bronze medal by finishing third, 46 slower than his compatriot. He crashed after losing control of his bike coming out of a corner but managed to pick himself up and finish strongly. Russia's Anton Vorobev finished fourth at 49 seconds and Jasper Hamelink of the Netherlands was fifth at 1:53.

"It's hard to explain how I feel. I'm so happy that I'm struggling to put a sentence together," Durbridge said emotionally.

"We planned this out for the last six months and for it to come together is the tricky part. I had good form and knew i could do it but everything had to go right. The course suited me and it was just about grinding it out on the flat. In the last 10km, I started to enjoy it. I knew I was up and only had to stay up and bring it home."

"Congratulations to Quaade and Hepburn. It's fantastic to have two Australians on the podium."

Allen takes the first title for Australia

Early in the day,Jessica Allen won Australia's first world title in the Women Juniors time trial. She was the last rider to start and had to fight all the way to the line to win the world title. She and Elinor Barker (Great Britain) were very close at the intermediate time split but the Australian managed to find some extra speed to win by two seconds. She was stunned to be told she was World Champion but was able to celebrate on the podium after pulling on the rainbow jersey.

Barker took the silver medal, with Mieke Kroger of Germany third at three seconds.

The circuit they've chosen here is just awesome. I really liked the course," Allen said.

The course was so technical that maintaining high speed into the corners and through the corners was essential. I got a time check at halfway that I was the fastest to the turnaround point and that really lifted me."

dimanche 18 septembre 2011

Cross Vegas 2011 Racing Action

Some racing action from the 2011 Interbike show cycle cross raced called CROSS VEGAS.

2011 Boulder Racing Cyclocross # 1 Men

2011 Boulder Racing Cyclocross Series # 1 - Open Men race Valmont Bike Park. The first cyclocross race ever held at this park.

2011 Boulder Racing Cyclocross # 1 Women

2011 Boulder Racing Cyclocross Series # 1 - Open Women race Valmont Bike Park. The first cyclocross race ever held at this park.

mardi 13 septembre 2011

MASHaFIX presents - Phil Wood & Co.

I happened to be in San Jose for a FSFG competition and stumbled upon the Phil Wood Factory. I met Matthew and Peter a who took me through a tour of the factory where they make all of the hubs and track parts. After seeing how everything was made first hand it really made me appreciate the quality of their products so much more. It really is amazing how you can take raw steel or aluminum and create such amazing and prestigious bike parts as Phil Wood & Co. does.

dimanche 11 septembre 2011

Ass Saving Techniques by Ass Savers

Tired of sitting at the office with a wet ass all day just because it rained this morning? Do you live in a climate where a shower can come out of nowhere even though the sun was shining just a minute ago? Not ready to bike in a wet suit or burden your bike with fenders? Relax. Its finally here. The Ass Saver - a light weight emergency fender that sits quietly and almost invisible under your saddle, ready to deploy whenever the streets get wet. Check out our new model SmartAss today. Ass Savers - we've got you covered!

jeudi 8 septembre 2011


Discover the technology behind the lightest, stiffest, best-performing road bike ever produced by Giant. From its all-new OverDrive 2 fork steerer-tube design, which improves torsional steering stiffness up to 40 percent, to the Advanced SL composite material and cutting-edge construction techniques, this is the story of the 2012 TCR Advanced SL.

LOOK Keo Power

mercredi 7 septembre 2011

Birth of the Mavic helmets by Mavic

After three years of research and development as well as an extensive ergonomical study based on 25,000 head shapes, the helmet range is born in the Mavic Annecy Design Center facilities.

Champions of Tomorrow by Hincapie

Watch George Hincapie as he talks about getting started in cycling and how important it was for him to be on a youth development cycling team. George speaks about how he created his own youth development program to prepare young cyclist.

Mavic helmet Technologie