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Biking Plus is the guide for the fashionable highway bike owner. no matter if you're biking weekly, an occasional new rider or a travel de France fan you’ll locate every little thing you wish. every one factor is jam-packed with deciding to buy suggestion and exams of crucial biking equipment - every thing from motorcycles to luggage! biking Plus is where to discover education recommendation, food secrets and techniques and useful suggestions bound to enhance your bicycling. It's additionally choked with inspirational rides, real-life biking tales and unique riding-related features.

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Disc brake covers? Check. Passport? Err… JUST LANDED ZIPP ROTOR COVERS I f you’re transporting a disc-equipped bike, Zipp’s 140mm or 160mm diameter neoprene rotor covers are a great idea. They fit snugly in place with a drawstring, and have reinforced edges, jointly protecting the rotors from contaminants or damage, and everything else from the rotors’ sharp edges. ON THE RADAR BIKE TECH OF THE NEAR FUTURE ELECTRIC AVENUE LIGHT METER FLATPACK BIKE? Want to take a break, want to cheat at cyclo-cross?

Skratch will hydrate you at the highest levels without upsetting your stomach, even when drunk consistently day in, day out. THE BIG PICTURE Some of cycling’s biggest names tackle Front Street in Grosmont during the 2016 Tour de Yorkshire. The event saw crowds bigger than just about any race outside the Tour de France – with up to two million fans reckoned to have lined the roads during its three days. Frenchman Thomas Voeckler beat Team Sky’s Irish rider Nicolas Roche in the final stage sprint in Scarborough to record a victory by six seconds.

The R872’s carbon chassis – from Lancashire’s Ribble – has a rather more modern look with numerous curves and bulges. It’s stealthy and nicely finished with internal cable routing, but a splash of colour would be nice. A weight nudging under 8kg is decent for £950. How’s the spec? Ribble gives you full Ultegra too, with the same versatile 50/34, 11-28 gearing. The Shimano RS21 wheels are competent, if unexciting, but experience suggests they should be pretty durable. Deda supplies some quality finishing kit, and Continental Gatorskins are impressive for the price, though in a narrower 23mm width.

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