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mercredi 30 novembre 2011

New SRAM RED

mardi 29 novembre 2011

Koksijde@UCI Cyclo Cross World Cup

Sven Nys, UCI Cyclo Cross World Cup Koksijde, Daphne van den Brand, Marianne Vos, Nash, Rad quer

Zdenek Stybar @ World Cup Koksijde

Follow World champion Zdenek Stybar during his preparation on the World Cup cyclocross Koksijde.

samedi 26 novembre 2011

Philippe Gilbert vs Jurgen Roelandts (Gentse Zesdaagse - 2011)

Individuele achtervolging op de piste tussen Philippe Gilbert en Jurgen Roelandts tijdens de Gentse Zesdaagse 2011. Philippe Gilbert won deze wedstrijd. Deze wedstrijd bedroeg een afstand van 3 km. Gilbert eindigde in 3'43"50.

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vendredi 25 novembre 2011

Le Tourmalet, bête noire des cyclistes

Situé à plus de 2.000 mètres d'altitude, dans les Hautes-Pyrénées, le col du Tourmalet est le plus célèbre des Pyrénées, mais aussi la bête noire des cyclistes.


Le Tourmalet, bête noire des cyclistes

mercredi 23 novembre 2011

ParkTool Factory Tour

CAMPAGNOLO 15 backstage

Edge® 800 - GPS vélo tactile

UCI Athletes' Commission Florian Rousseau

The newly-formed UCI Athletes' Commission discussed technological issues during the second day of their meeting at the World Cycling Centre (WCC) in Aigle, Switzerland, today.
After a training session in the morning, the eleven members, representing all cycling disciplines (road, track, mountain bike, cyclo-cross, BMX and para-cycling), met with the UCI President Mr Pat McQuaid, who explained how the Athletes' Commission fits into the wider cycling and Olympic families.
UCI's Equipment Consultant, Professor Jan-Anders Månson, spoke to the members about technological issues including innovations and different materials used in construction of bikes and components. The discussions continued along the theme of security and technology.
At the end of the day the Athletes' Commission met with members of the press to explain their role in tightening the link between the UCI and the athletes.
France's track cycling sprint coach Florian Rousseau said he was happy and proud to be the first President of the Commission. He said the first step would be to make all athletes aware of its existence, its missions and its role. It would then be up to the Commission to "listen, help and meet their needs."