Give me you smile girl..

Give me you smile girl..

cinellibikes:

2014 Barcelona RED HOOK CRIT (by Father_TU)

cinellibikes:

2014 Barcelona RED HOOK CRIT (by Father_TU)

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pedalitout:

"Ride as much or as little, or as long or as short as you feel. But ride.” by ko0ty

pedalitout:

"Ride as much or as little, or as long or as short as you feel. But ride.” by ko0ty

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cheekypeloton:

Ladieeeees and gents, the podium!

photo via GRS

cheekypeloton:

Ladieeeees and gents, the podium!

photo via GRS

pcwt:

World Championships Men Elite Road Race 2014 HD - FINAL 10 Km’s

Michal Kwiatkowski (Poland) soloed to victory just inches ahead of a furious pursuit to win the elite men’s race!

#Ponferrada   #Ponferrada   #Ponferrada   #Ponferrrada2014     #Worlds  #WorldChamps   #WorldChampionships  

I just wanna climb it really bad..
Bukit Serampang, johor – View on Path.

I just wanna climb it really bad..
Bukit Serampang, johor – View on Path.

veloelite:

Goggles and Dust

'Images from Cycling's Glory Days'

Goggles & Dust collects over 100 stunning photographs from competitive cycling’s heyday. Spanning the 1920s and ’30s, the book celebrates the grit and determination of the bicycle racing pioneers who established the records, traditions, and distinct flavors of Europe’s most hallowed races.

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pcwt:


Germany’s Jens Voigt on Thursday beat cycling’s hour record, covering 51.115 kilometers at the Velodrome Suisse in Grenchen.

“51 kilometers in a hour, it’s a lot more than I had imagined,” said the Berliner. “I gave it everything in the last 20 minutes. I knew that I still had the energy, that I was ahead of the mark. I felt euphoric — it was the last 20 minutes of my sporting career. I was super-motivated. Now I am on the list of all the famous names, I am so proud to join the likes of Merckx, Indurain. It’s fantastic to finish like this.”

“I have had three weeks of intense preparation,” said the German veteran who had decided to attempt the record as his last professional challenge in his 18-season career. After competing in a record-equalling 17th Tour de France, Voigt went to the United States to ride at altitude in the lung-busting Tour of Utah and Tour of Colorado.
He then completed his build-up to Thursday’s event at 450m above sea level at Soleure in Switzerland. But Voigt admits that his new record may not last long with teammate Fabian Cancellara as well as former Tour de France winner Bradley Wiggins believed to be eyeing the hour record.

“I am under no illusion as to my chances of keeping the record when Fabian Cancellara and other specialists are going to attack it,” he said. ”But I like the idea of being able to tell my grandchildren about it when I am 75.”

Three most recent best hour performances:
49.441km: Chris Boardman (GBR), 27 October 2000 at Manchester
49.700km: Ondrej Sosenka (CZE), 19 July 2005 at Moscow
51.115km: Jens Voigt (GER), 18 September 2014 at Granges

gumirin:

Jens Voigt rode 51.115 kilometers during the course of an hour beating the previous record by 1.415 kilometers.

"I gave it everything in the last 20 minutes. I knew that I still had the energy, that I was ahead of the mark. I felt euphoric — it was the last 20 minutes of my sporting career."

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pcwt:

IN IMAGES: WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP TTT - Kare Dehlie Thorstad captures the drama of the men’s World Championship TTT (The Mighty fall… )

BMC DETHRONES OPQS TO WIN WORLD TTT TITLE

Although finishing with just four of their original six-man team — the minimum requirement — the American team got stronger as the course went on to win in a time of 1hr 3min 29.85sec. That was 35sec quicker than Australians Orica GreenEDGE, who, like several other teams that started later, were impeded by rain on their run in.

“It wasn’t a surprise,” said Van Garderen. “We definitely had respect for the other two teams here (on the podium) but we knew we had a chance.”
“To be so close once, there’s no reason not to be up there again.” In Valkenburg (two years ago) BMC were only three seconds off winning.

Via  http://pelotonmagazine.com/shutter/in-images-world-championship-ttt/

#Ponferrada  #Ponferrrada2014   #BMC   #Worlds   #WorldChamps  #WorldChampionships  

pcwt:

IN IMAGES: WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP TTT - Kare Dehlie Thorstad captures the drama of the men’s World Championship TTT (Offcuts… )

BMC DETHRONES OPQS TO WIN WORLD TTT TITLE

Although finishing with just four of their original six-man team — the minimum requirement — the American team got stronger as the course went on to win in a time of 1hr 3min 29.85sec. That was 35sec quicker than Australians Orica GreenEDGE, who, like several other teams that started later, were impeded by rain on their run in.

“It wasn’t a surprise,” said Van Garderen. “We definitely had respect for the other two teams here (on the podium) but we knew we had a chance.”
“To be so close once, there’s no reason not to be up there again.” In Valkenburg (two years ago) BMC were only three seconds off winning.

Via  http://pelotonmagazine.com/shutter/in-images-world-championship-ttt/

#Ponferrada  #Ponferrrada2014   #BMC   #Worlds   #WorldChamps  #WorldChampionships  

pcwt:

 
IN IMAGES: WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP TTT - Kare Dehlie Thorstad captures the drama of the men’s World Championship TTT (Getting ready… )

BMC DETHRONES OPQS TO WIN WORLD TTT TITLE

Although finishing with just four of their original six-man team — the minimum requirement — the American team got stronger as the course went on to win in a time of 1hr 3min 29.85sec. That was 35sec quicker than Australians Orica GreenEDGE, who, like several other teams that started later, were impeded by rain on their run in.

“It wasn’t a surprise,” said Van Garderen. “We definitely had respect for the other two teams here (on the podium) but we knew we had a chance.”
“To be so close once, there’s no reason not to be up there again.” In Valkenburg (two years ago) BMC were only three seconds off winning.

Via  http://pelotonmagazine.com/shutter/in-images-world-championship-ttt/

#Ponferrada  #Ponferrrada2014   #BMC   #Worlds   #WorldChamps  #WorldChampionships  

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blogblogblooog:

fisherman’s bike  by auders

blogblogblooog:

fisherman’s bike by auders

Second Fastest Time today on 3000M Individual Pursuit 4’49(+5) 
Focus on Final Tomorrow..

Second Fastest Time today on 3000M Individual Pursuit 4’49(+5)
Focus on Final Tomorrow..

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