133: Big (and Small) Changes to the Racing Rulebook, Bankruptcy Strikes the Industry Landscape, Excerpts from the New Sagan Book, Notes From the Commute
UCI makes changes to the World Tour requirements, including in apparel, ASE, parent company to Performance Bikes, files Chapter 11, and we read an excerpt on sprinting from Peter Sagan’s new book “My World”.
113: Former SLO Mayor Decries Bicycle Infrastructure, The Traffic in Seattle, World Tour Updates, and the NAHBS 2018 Winners, In Review
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Muc-Off Announced as New Team Dimension Data Partner
Muc-Off, a leading UK-based bike and performance brand, is the latest partner and supplier of the World Tour cycling Team Dimension Data for Qhuebeka. The team will be using the full Muc-Off clean, protect, lube range, as well as the use Athlete Performance products, and their chains will be specially optimized with NTC formula.
111: The Importance of Properly Locking Your Bike, San Diego Makes Gains For Business and Traffic with New Road Diet, and Marginal Changes for 2018 Men’s World Tour Bikes
Lance Armstrong and Tour of Flanders, Froome’s camp has a new theory, how to not lock your bike and secure your gear, San Diego makes gains with a road diet, and reviewing the men’s 2018 team bikes for the World Tour.
29: Pro Cyclists- Commissioned Artists or Employees?
The team discusses recent cycling headlines involving professional cyclists Andrew Talansky and Jessica Varnish. This leads to an insightful discussion on the idea of the professional athlete as an artist vs. an employee.
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