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Connor Swift's custom-painted Genesis Zero SL Disc - Gallery

Connor Swift (Madison Genesis) has been presented with a custom-painted Genesis Zero SL Disc for the 2019 season to celebrate his British national road race championships title from last summer. The 23-year-old was presented with a different rim brake version of the bike ahead of the Tour of Britain last season. Both bikes are one-off, custom-painted by British studio ColourBurn Studios, which are based in Bristol and have also produced special framesets for Jakob Fuglsang and Miguel Angel Lope...

Second chance for Howes after extended period off the bike

Fresh starts are always a good thing, but after eight years plying his trade as a professional bike racer for Jonathan Vaughters’ Slipstream-run teams, it took a serious illness to slow Alex Howes down and force a protracted time off the bike, his first extended break since he took up racing as a junior in Colorado.   Now 31 and starting his eighth season in the WorldTour peloton, a hyperthyroid condition that was diagnosed last autumn meant Howes didn’t touch his bike for most of August, Septe...

Nathan Haas' Canyon Aeroad CF SLX 9 SL Disc - Gallery

Katusha-Alpecin were the only WorldTour representation for SRAM for a couple of seasons until they were joined this year by Trek-Segafredo. Since the Tour Down Under in January, the two teams have been racing with SRAMs brand new RED eTap AXS HRD groupsets and have also fully committed to racing and training on disc brakes for the entirety of the 2019 season. Nathan Haas raced the Tour Down Under aboard a Katusha-Alpecin issue Canyon Aeroad CF SLX 9 SL Disc - one of many high-end bikes equippe...

Julian Alaphilippe to race custom-painted S-Works Tarmac for 2019

Deceuninck-QuickSteps Julian Alaphilippe has been given a specially designed Specialized S-Works Tarmac. The Frenchman raced the bike for the first time at the Vuelta a San Juan and will use it for the whole of the 2019 season. The S-Works Tarmac has a matte carbon finish with a blue design overlaid on the lower section of the bike. The Belgian WorldTour team - as well as Specializeds other sponsored team Bora-hansgrohe - have both committed to racing on disc brakes for the entirety of the 2019...

2019 Tour Colombia 2.1 start list

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Alaphilippe: I want to be at 100 per cent in March

Julian Alaphilippe will lead the Deceuninck-QuickStep team at this weeks Tour Colombia 2.1 stage race as he continues his South American early-season race programme in the hope hell be at his very best in March for a block of major goals that spans from trying for victory on the dirt roads of Strade Bianche to a first one-day Monument win at Milan-San Remo. The Frenchmans unique climbing ability, his natural aggression and his acute tactical skill helped Alaphilippe win Flèche Wallonne, two Tou...