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Cyclist Track Days 2019: Buy your tickets now and spend a day riding the world's best bikes

Cyclist magazine 25 Apr 2019 Ride the world’s best road bikes – five dates at four locations across the country to choose from. Get your tickets now With the Cyclist Track Days almost upon us, now is the time to buy your tickets. Tickets are just £45 so dont miss your chance to ride the worlds best bikes. Whether you are thinking of buying a new bike, or you just want the thrill of thrashing the world’s most advanced road bikes around a purpose built track, the Cy...

Campagnolo launches 12-speed Chorus groupset

Pete Muir Thursday, April 25, 2019 - 10:10 The Italian brand’s third tier groupset gets an update and extra sprocket Campagnolo has unveiled a Chorus version of its new 12-speed groupset. Chorus is the third tier in Campagnolo’s line-up, and the new groupset aims to offer virtually all the same functionality as its forebears, but at just a bit more weight and for a chunk less money. As such, the new arrival means that Campagnolo now has eight versions of its 12-sp...

Team Sky's new boss faces devil mask protest at Tour de Yorkshire

Joe Robinson 25 Apr 2019 Anti-fracking protesters label Ineos's purchase of Team Sky as an attempt to 'greenwash' cycling Up to 10,000 face masks of Team Skys new owner Sir Jim Ratcliffe depicted as the devil are set to be circulated at the Tour de Yorkshire next week as anti-fracking campaigners step up plans their planned protest against Britains richest man. As of 1st May, Team Sky will become Team Ineos as the multinational chemical an...

Garmin releases new Edge 530 and 830 with ClimbPro feature

Joe Robinson 24 Apr 2019 With a claimed 20-hour battery life, ClimbPro and improved navigation, Garmin overhauls Edge range Garmin has launched two new cycling GPS computers, the Edge 530 and Edge 820, that promise improved navigation, more detailed rider data and Garmins new exciting application ClimbPro. Realistically, there is a lot of carry-over from the existing Edge 520 and Edge 830, however Garmins vice president of consumer sales, Dan Bartel, has claimed t...

Door open for Mathieu van der Poel to lead Netherlands at World Championships

Joe Robinson 24 Apr 2019 A packed schedule of cross-country mountain biking and cyclocross may hamper Van der Poel riding in Yorkshire Mathieu van der Poel could continue his multi-discipline dominance as the Dutch national team opened the door for him to race the 2019 road race World Championships in Yorkshire. It is yet to be confirmed whether the recent Amstel Gold Race winner would take to the Harrogate startline in September, with Van der Poel sched...

Cyclist magazine issue 87: on sale now!

Cyclist magazine 24 Apr 2019 In the June 2019 issue: Wiggins on Sky's legacy, Specialized's new Roubaix, In Austria with Merckx Photography: Patrik Lundin [1], Alex Wright [2], Alex Duffill [3], Sean Hardy [4], Matt Ben Stone [5] The cobbled roads of Roubaix in northern France are tortuous when dry, treacherous when wet. Yet they are also so steeped in history that they remain a pilgrimage that every cyclist should make. So thats exactly what weve done, ...