- Tour of Oman. Stage 5.1 year 41 weeks agoTop 20
Top 20 stage
12. TEN DAM
14. VAN SUMMEREN
- Tour of Oman. Stage 5.1 year 41 weeks agoSandy Casar 3rd on the stage
Sandy Casar 3rd on the stage
- Tour of Oman. Stage 5.1 year 41 weeks agoVelits lead is 1 second over
Velits lead is 1 second over Nibali, maybe some fireorks 2morrow? also Gallopin to go for the win (although dont know how many seconds he is behind)
- Tour of Oman. Stage 5.1 year 41 weeks agoGallopin finished 5th (white
Gallopin finished 5th (white jersey and 3rd in GC) which is good for me, Cancellara came 9th and Fuglsang 15th
- Tour of Oman Stage 5: Vincenzo Nibali wins on Green Mountain1 year 41 weeks agoVelits in Red
Velits in Red
- Tour of Oman. Stage 5.1 year 41 weeks agoVelits is in Red
Velits is in Red
- Cervélo confirms sale to Pon Bicycle Group1 year 41 weeks agoMaybe now this is sorted the
Maybe now this is sorted the Customer Service department will start replyng to their emails!!!
- Crank tapping noise1 year 41 weeks agocheck the pedals as well...
check the pedals as well...
- Tour of Oman. Stage 5.1 year 41 weeks agoSeems from what i can make
Seems from what i can make out from twitter Velits may well be leading overall, will make it easier to axe J-Rod for Griepel
- Tour of Oman. Stage 5.1 year 41 weeks agoYh same with velits second,
Yh same with velits second, depending on how far ahead of velits on the road nibali was velits could be overall due to the 15 seconds yesterday, also not knowing other placings if sagan etc were up there close enough he had 40 seconds on nibali
- Tour of Oman. Stage 5.1 year 41 weeks agoTERatcliffe26 wrote:NibaliTERatcliffe26 wrote:
Nibali wins! looks like i made a mistake going for J-Rod then
Same . I was planning on picking Nibali all week but he lost 15 seconds yesterday so I changed to Rodriguez. At least Velits got 2nd.
- Tour of Oman. Stage 5.1 year 41 weeks agoVelits comes home 2nd
Velits comes home 2nd
- Tour of Oman. Stage 5.1 year 41 weeks agoVelits 2nd from what i can
Velits 2nd from what i can gather
- Tour of Oman. Stage 5.1 year 41 weeks agoBack from my ride after
Back from my ride after getting caught in a bloody blizzard, so had to cut short and come back, wasn't in winter gear because when i left the sun was blasting
So it seems Nibali won stage 5, no reports from Ant as he seems to have no signal, so nothing further
- Tour of Oman. Stage 5.1 year 41 weeks agoNibali wins! looks like i
Nibali wins! looks like i made a mistake going for J-Rod then
- Watching Eurosport on a Mac1 year 41 weeks agoThanks. Although I only
Thanks. Although I only downloaded Silverlight today it was not the latest version. Now all working perfectly.
- Crank tapping noise1 year 41 weeks agoCheck your chainring bolts
Check your chainring bolts are tight- mine were loose and causing a lot of creaking on my bike...
- What's the best looking bike in the WorldTour? Vote for one in our expertly drawn up shortlist or nominate your own1 year 41 weeks agoLampre Wilier
- Crank tapping noise1 year 41 weeks agoHi guys and gals,
Hi guys and gals,
Tapping problem returned in the bottom bracket.I dont feel any movement through the peddles when the tapping is happening.
I dont want to leave it so that something gets damaged down there so i was thinking about changing the bottom bracket.
But, i dont know firstly what i've got, what i would need to get and how to change it?
I've a 1.2 Trek 2008
Any advice for a bottom bracket novice would be greatly recieved!
- Tour of Oman. Stage 5.1 year 41 weeks agoI have 4 riders for today in
I have 4 riders for today in my purist team:
Vandevelde, Ascani, Slagter and Sagan.
- London Track World Cup: Golden girls - GB women win team pursuit and team sprint in world record times1 year 41 weeks agoKier is English - he's
Kier is English - he's national road race champion in the 40+ category and the team manager of Cycling Club Hackney. CCHackney are doing lots of stuff in Uganda to try and promote cycling and give Ugandans a chance to try bike racing and Patrick lives in London and has just joined the club to see if he can get his time good enough to compete in the Olympics. The club has lent him a bike and tried to help him and Kier is going to give him some training, tech him how to use aero bars etc. and see where it can go from there!
- Is Edvald Boasson Hagen the real deal ?1 year 41 weeks agoOh..
And remember EBH won
And remember EBH won Gent–Wevelgem 2009..
Not a small feat for a *calcuates* 21/22 year old..
- London Track World Cup: Golden girls - GB women win team pursuit and team sprint in world record times1 year 41 weeks agoFantastic evening. GB were
Fantastic evening. GB were behind the Aussies in that race . I don't know how Pendleton made up that time. Very impressive. Back to the velodrome this evening. Can't wait.
- Rob Hayles puts the 'RH' in Onix Black RH1 year 41 weeks agoWere Very Proud of our
Were Very Proud of our products..
Have a look at these very clear outside pictures here
- £27 million Tesco store a "no go area for cyclists" say campaigners1 year 41 weeks agoThe Tesco green living
The Tesco green living page
http://www.tesco.com/greenerliving/go_greener/greener_travel/get_cycling... promotes cycling, saying that it "is better for the environment than driving – it helps keep you and your family healthy and saves you money, too."
I have a verbal agreement from Tesco Extra Crewe to reconsider the current location of some of the customer cycle racks. At the old store we parked under shelter just feet from the entrance which made shopping by bike a convenience and a pleasure. Now they are exposed to the rain, which is bad for the machine, and rider who has to get back onto a wet bike! It makes it even more galling that now motor vehicles have covered parking, which is entirely unnecessary.
If you want to campaign for cycle shopping this may help:
In a recent study retailers overestimated the importance of car-borne trade by almost 100%;
For each sq.m of non-revenue parking space cyclists purchased 20% more per year than motorists.
2 bags was a normal pedestrian maximum purchase - only 25% of those shopping by car purchased more than this, and thus justified the need for a car to transport their shopping home, but 17% of cyclists purchased more than the pedestrian limit.
Average amount spent by cycling customers is about £28, customers coming by car spend £55, people using public transport usually spend £30. Shopkeepers wonder whether cyclists are good customers - in fact they are, since they visit shops more often.
Local shoppers are more loyal to a local store, whereas car borne shoppers will range and be more perfidious in their habits.
Prominent in the foyer is a notice board, proudly announcing 'Together we can make a difference'.
The last straw today was when I was given a voucher at the till telling me I could get 10p off every litre of petrol. Not only have Tescos encouraged a greater carbon footprint by making car facilities more attractive than cycling, they are rewarding the motorist, and literally, leaving the cyclist out in the cold.