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What groupsets, tyres and pedals do WorldTour teams use?

This article originally appeared on BikeRadar. The demands and needs WorldTour pro racers place on their equipment are far removed from those of the vast majority of everyday riders, but that doesn’t stop us from enjoying ogling at the latest and greatest kit that the top-end of the sport uses. We’ve spent the last two weeks hassling mechanics at the 2019 edition of the Tour Down Under — the opening WorldTour race of the season — and from our findings, we’re pleased to present a comprehensive ...

Introducing: Jasper Philipsen

Jasper Philipsen caught the eye during his spells with the BMC development team and Hagens Berman Axeon before deciding to make the step up to WorldTour level with UAE Team Emirates at just 20 years of age this season. The Belgian’s professional career got off to a fine start at the Tour Down Under, where he claimed sprint victory on the penultimate stage. Cyclingnews: How did you get into cycling Jasper Philipsen: No one in my family raced. I played soccer as a child but then I had a BMX acci...

5 conclusions from the 2019 Tour Down Under

The 2019 edition of the Tour Down Under came alive thanks to Patrick Bevins aggression and defending champion Daryl Impeys experience, and it soon became clear that it was those two riders who were most likely to beat the mountain men – Richie Porte, Wout Poels, Michael Woods – at their own game with the climb of Corkscrew back on the menu for stage 4 and Willunga Hill providing the races climax on stage 6, along with a more-than-lumpy stage 3 – with Peter Sagan eventually flattening the latter....

Daryl Impey's Scott Foil RC — Gallery

This article first appeared on BikeRadar. Daryl Impey won last year’s edition of the Tour Down Under riding for Mitchelton-Scott. The current South African national champion continues his tenure with the Australian-registered squad for 2019 and has just taken the win in stage four of this year’s edition of the race on this Scott Foil RC. Sagan to race alloy bike with tubeless tyres 2019 WorldTour team bike guide Impey is a strong all round rider and is expected to spend time on both Scot...

Mitch Docker's Cannondale SuperSix EVO - Gallery

This article first appeared on BikeRadar. Ahead of the start of the 2019 edition of the Tour Down Under EF Education First Pro Cycling and Rapha unveiled their 2019 kit — and the final WorldTour team to do so. The pink and blue fade design is Raphas first return to the top level of the sport since ending their partnership with Team Sky back in 2016. Alongside the new kit, EF Pro Cycling also unveiled their 2019 Cannondale race bikes, which have also been given the wavy pink and blue fade treat...

Adam Hansen: The five races that changed my life

With a career spanning two decades, and the record for the most consecutive Grand Tours completed, Adam Hansen (Lotto Soudal) has had a unique and prestigious path within professional cycling. The 37-year-old has ridden alongside some of the greatest stars in recent years, and enjoyed success in his own right, and at the Tour Down Under he sat down with Cyclingnews to reveal the five races that changed his life the most. National championships 2006 My first national championships. Back then I ...