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samedi 28 avril 2012

Giro d'Italia 2012 - Promo (Versie China Ann Mcclain - Calling All The M...

Official Music on Giro d'Italia 2012

mardi 24 avril 2012

Tour de Romandie Prologue

Bravo Geraint Thomas :-)

dimanche 15 avril 2012

Amstel Gold Race 2012 Final

Les 2 derniers kilomètres !
Bravo Enrico GASPAROTTO :-)

1. ITA - Enrico GASPAROTTO - Astana Pro Team 6h32.35"
2. BEL- Jelle VANENDERT - Lotto Belisol Team m.t.
3. SLK - Peter SAGAN Liquigas - Cannondale + 2"
4. ESP - Oscar FREIRE GOMEZ - Katusha Team m.t
5. FRA - Thomas VOECKLER - Team Europcar m.t
6. BEL - Philippe GILBERT - BMC Racing Team m.t
7. ESP - Samuel SANCHEZ GONZALEZ - Euskaltel - Euskadi m.t.
8. ALL - Fabian WEGMANN - Team Garmin - Barracuda + 4"
9. ITA - Rinaldo NOCENTINI - Ag2r - La Mondiale m.t.
10. NED- Bauke MOLLEMA - Rabobank m.t.

lundi 9 avril 2012

SRAM Neutral Race Support Graphic Time-lapse

SRAM's Neutral Race Support cars normally take 20 hours to completely detail with graphics, watch it here in a little less than two minutes.

Paris-Roubaix 2012

A raw look at some moments within the 2012 Paris-Roubaix, where Tom Boonen and Specialized captured their fourth victory.


Amstel Gold Race 15 avril 2012 - Promo

dimanche 8 avril 2012

GreenEDGE Backstage Pass - Paris-Roubaix

An inside look with the GreenEDGE team at the 2012 Paris Roubaix.


Paris-Roubaix 2012 - Final Kilometer

Bravo Tom BOONEN :-)

News Day 4@Track Cycling World Championships

AUSTRALIA SHOOTS TO THE TOP OF THE MEDAL TABLE Australia is top of the medal table after winning three golds on day four at the 2012 UCI Track Cycling World Championships in Melbourne. Anna Meares defended her world keirin title as the crowd lifted the roof off Hisense Arena in supporting the Australian on Saturday night. Cameron Meyer staged a very late dash to secure his third world points title. Michael Hepburn defeated world record holder Jack Bobridge for an Australian one-two in the men's individual pursuit. Frenchman Gregory Bauge won his third individual men's sprint title and placed a marker for the Olympic crown later this year, while Great Britain's Laura Trott will be a marked rider for the women's omnium in London after success in Melbourne. BAUGE RECLAIMS SPRINT CROWN Frenchman Gregory Bauge is the men's sprint king on the boards after winning his third individual sprint title on Saturday. Bauge defeated defending champion Jason Kenny 2-0 in the final at Hisense Arena. Reigning Olympic champion Chris Hoy from Great Britain beat Australia's Shane Perkins two-nil for the bronze medal. Read More. MAGICAL MEARES WINS KEIRIN TITLE Anna Meares lifted the roof at Melbourne's Hisense Arena after the Australian defended her keirin title at the 2012 UCI Track Cycling World Championships on Saturday. Meares was fourth wheel at the bell lap of eight but used her power on the outside to hit the front 50 metres from the finish. Read More. BAUGE RECLAIMS SPRINT CROWN Frenchman Gregory Bauge is the men's sprint king on the boards after winning his third individual sprint title on Saturday. Bauge defeated defending champion Jason Kenny 2-0 in the final at Hisense Arena. Reigning Olympic champion Chris Hoy from Great Britain beat Australia's Shane Perkins two-nil for the bronze medal. Read More. MAGICAL MEARES WINS KEIRIN TITLE Anna Meares lifted the roof at Melbourne's Hisense Arena after the Australian defended her keirin title at the 2012 UCI Track Cycling World Championships on Saturday. Meares was fourth wheel at the bell lap of eight but used her power on the outside to hit the front 50 metres from the finish.

jeudi 5 avril 2012

NEWS World Record DAY 1 - UCI Track Cycling World Championships 2012 - M...

New world records have been set in Melbourne on this first day of the 2012 UCI Track Cycling World Championships. However, for the audience inside the Hisense Arena, the opening meeting's extraordinary technical prowess was not crowned by the victories expected of the Australians riders. In the men's team pursuit's final, the "Cyclones" were hoping to repeat the success they had enjoyed in London in February. Men team pursuit: A new record for Great Britain Already looking comfortable during the qualifying heats, with the third best time in history, Great Britain managed to do even better in the decisive part of the competition and pulled off a genuine exploit. The group, composed by Geraint Thomas, Ed Clancy, Peter Kennaugh and Andrew Tennant covered the 4 kilometers in 3'53''295, improving the 2008 time which had brought them gold in the Beijing Olympics by 19 hundredths of a second. The close match between Australia and Great Britain, the two best teams in the world in this discipline, promises us some unforgettable moments this Summer on the Olympic track. By the time of this clash of the titans, New Zealand took in Melbourne the third place in the competition, beating Russia for the bronze medal. Women team sprint: Undisputable record for Germany The Australian crowd were hoping for some consolation as soon as the women's team sprint final began, after Anna Meares and Kaarle McCulloch beat Victoria Pendleton and Jessica Varnish in the semi-finals. It was not planned though that Germany's Mirian Welte and Kristina Vogel would have a really magical evening, with two world records in the space of a few minutes. It was thanks to this sequence of remarkable results -- and despite the outstanding times set by the Australians, who also bettered the first record in the final -- that the two Germans won an unexpected, but not undeserved, gold medal. In the contest for third place, China beat Great Britain, adding its performance to the overall nation's table for the opening day of the event. Men team pursuit: Australia reigns on its home ground Having been twice on the second step of the podium, Australia finally celebrated its first victory in these UCI World Championships held on home ground. In the men's team speed final, Shane Perkins, Scott Sunderland and Matthew Glaetzer came in ahead of France, while New Zealand finished third in front of Japan. Current World Champion in the discipline, Germany was not allowed to fight until the end, having been related for a relay outside the regulated area. Same incident happened to Great Britain. In the last scheduled race, the men's Scratch, Ben Swift (GBR) managed to nudge in front of Nolan Hoffman (RSA) and Wim Stroetinga (NED) and brought a very intense race to its conclusion -- a mirror image of the first evening in these 2012 UCI Track Cycling World Championships.

Paris-Roubaix 2012 - Best of 2011

mercredi 4 avril 2012

SRAM Road to New RED 2012

Unveiled Feb 1, 2012 SRAM RED-2012 represents years of development and has required the commitment of engineers, product managers, sponsoring managers, teams and athletes. We are very proud to share with you the best moments. Check out the "Road to new RED video" to find out more...


The Service Course Of RadioShack Nissan Trek

Having a Tour round the service course of Radioshack Nissan Trek Team

CANYON AEROAD CF 2012

Die schlanken, hochovalisierten Rohrformen des Aeroad CF, das sanduhrförmige Steuerrohr, die tragflächenförmigen Gabelbeine und der tief angesetzte Hinterbau charakterisieren das Fahrwerk schon auf den ersten Blick. Da an ein Aero-Rennrad jedoch weitaus höhere Anforderungen gestellt werden als die bloße Windschnittigkeit, wurde bei der Entwicklung des Aeroad CF großes Augenmerk auf die Parameter Steifigkeit, Gewicht, Komfort und Sicherheit gelegt. So garantiert beispielsweise das Press-Fit Tretlager einen organisch geformten Übergang von Unterrohr und Kettenstreben und sorgt dabei für Steifigkeitswerte, die in der Klasse der Aero-Rennräder ein absolutes Novum darstellen.