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Le Tour Tech: Adam Hansen’s shoes, computers, mattresses and more

In today’s instalment of his Le Tour Tech series, reporter Dave Everett has the latest on more new gadgets and tech that have been spotted at this year’s Tour de France.

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Le Tour tech: SRM power meters, seat-droppers, ice vests and more

We often see new bikes and cycling-related technology make their first appearance at the Tour de France, and no wonder – it’s the biggest race in the world and the biggest annual sporting event on the planet. CyclingTips reporter Dave Everett has been roaming the pits looking for new and interesting bits of kit in […]

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Team Sky Mechanics’ Truck Tour

GCN’s Simon Richardson took a look around the Team Sky mechanics truck. It’s one of the nicest on the Tour de France, with expandable sides, inside workspace and a draw full of stems in millimetre increments.

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Cobble gobblers: the bikes and equipment of Le Tour’s pavé day

The wet editions of Paris-Roubaix are the ones cycling fans remember most. They produce images that stay with us; images of riders suffering through the dirt and rain while battling the broken cobbles of the north of France. When you get this sort of action at the biggest stage race of the year it produces […]

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Campagnolo Record EPS v2.0 review

Campagnolo’s original Record EPS electronic groupset offered precise and reliable shifting but the external battery was heavy and unsightly. The company recently updated Record EPS with a new internal battery, rendering EPS V2.0, and in this review CTech editor Matt Wikstrom takes a closer look at the installation and performance of the revised groupset.

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Time trial tech at the Giro d’Italia

The Giro d’Italia continues today with a 42km individual time trial which could see a further shaping of the overall classification. CyclingTips’ Dave Everett has been spending some time at the startline, including at the stage 1 team time trial, and wrote this piece about some of the time trial tech on display at this […]

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Bikes and other tech at the Giro d’Italia

CyclingTips’ roving reporter Dave Everett has been spending some time at the Giro d’Italia stage starts over the past week to get a feel for the bikes and other interesting tech tidbits that are on display. He put together this post.

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Spotted: SRAM electronic groupset

SRAM leaked its much anticipated electronic groupset at the Midwest regional championship Cyclocross Championships in the US last December and is now making an appearance at the Tour of California on the Bissell Development Team bikes. GCN caught some footage. We still don’t know much about the groupset, but here’s what what’s speculated: - We’ve […]

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The logistics behind Paris-Roubaix

You may think that getting yourself organised for your local club champs can be a bit of a slog at times. Making sure your bike is up to scratch, giving it a clean, maybe replacing a chain or another worn part, pumping the tyres and packing it in the back of the car with your […]

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Bike modifications for Paris-Roubaix

The cobbles of Northern France demand a lot, not just of the cyclists pounding across them during Paris-Roubaix, but of the bike and component manufactures as well. In this post CyclingTips’ roving reporter Dave Everett takes a look at some of the bike modifications that have been introduced for this year’s “Hell of the North”.

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