Tagesarchiv: 7. Juni 2016

Designs and Giros

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42 x 16 via Milano Fixed

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Vigoreally via Milano Fixed

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Forever forward via Milano Fixed

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via No Future Japan

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2016 Giro d’Italia, stage 15: Castelrotto – Alpe di Siusi ITT 10.8 KM: Lonely Suffering via Velo News

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Nijmegen – Netherlands – wielrennen – cycling – radsport – cyclisme – Kittel Marcel (Germany / Team Etixx – Quick Step) pictured during stage 2 of th 99th Giro d’Italia 2016 from Arnhem to Nijmegen in the Netherlands – photo Davy Rietbergen/Cor Vos © 2016

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Arnhem – Netherlands – wielrennen – cycling – radsport – cyclisme – Marcel Kittel (Germany / Team Etixx – Quick Step) pictured during stage 3 of th 99th Giro d’Italia 2016 from Nijmegen to Arnhem in the Netherlands – photo Dion Kerckhoffs/Davy Rietbergen/Cor Vos © 2016

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Foligno – Italy – wielrennen – cycling – radsport – cyclisme – Tom Dumoulin (Netherlands / Team Giant – Alpecin) and the »Pizza» girl pictured during stage 7 of the 99th Giro d’Italia 2016 from Sulmona – Foligno 211 km – foto LB/RB/Cor Vos © 2016

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Bibione – Italy – wielrennen – cycling – radsport – cyclisme – illustration – sfeer – illustratie bas weather rain clous pictured during stage 12 of the 99th Giro d’Italia 2016 from Noale to Bibione 182km – foto LB/RB/Cor Vos © 2016

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Corvara – Italy – wielrennen – cycling – radsport – cyclisme – illustration – sfeer – illustratie snow – sneeuw la enige pictured during stage 14 of the 99th Giro d’Italia 2016 from Alpago to Corvara 210 km – foto LB/RB/Cor Vos © 2016

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Sant’Anna di Vinadio – Italy – wielrennen – cycling – radsport – cyclisme – illustration – sfeer – illustratie pictured during stage 20 of the 99th Giro d’Italia 2016 from Guillestre to Sant’Anna di Vinadio 134 km – foto LB/RB/Cor Vos © 2016

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Vincenzo Nibali (ITA/Astana) posing with the police ahead of the race stage 16: Bressanone/Brixen – Andalo 132km 99th Giro d’Italia 2016

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Joey Rosskopf (USA/BMC) salutes on his way to the start stage 16: Bressanone/Brixen – Andalo 132km 99th Giro d’Italia 2016

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white jersey Bob Jungels (Lux/Trek Factory Racing) to the start stage 16: Bressanone/Brixen – Andalo 132km 99th Giro d’Italia 2016

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peloton on the 1st ascent of the very steep (20%) cobbled Via Principi d’Acaja stage 18: Muggio – Pinerolo (240km) 99th Giro d’Italia 2016

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riders up the snow-covered Colle dell’Agnello (2744m) stage 19: Pinerolo(IT) – Risoul(FR) 162km 99th Giro d’Italia 2016

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A Tinkoff rider couldn’t resist getting a feel of the snow up the misty Colle dell’Agnello (2744m) stage 19: Pinerolo(IT) – Risoul(FR) 162km 99th Giro d’Italia 2016

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Maarten Tjallingii (NLD/LottoNL-Jumbo) getting a ‚gazetta‘ underneath his jersey up the snow-covered Colle dell’Agnello (2744m) to protect him against the cold on the way down. stage 19: Pinerolo(IT) – Risoul(FR) 162km 99th Giro d’Italia 2016

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on top of the snow-covered Colle dell’Agnello (2744m) is the actual border between Italy & France; so these ladies sit next to each other in different countries… stage 19: Pinerolo(IT) – Risoul(FR) 162km 99th Giro d’Italia 2016

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The 3 main GC-contenders for the 2016 Giro still together up the snow-covered Colle dell’Agnello (2744m): Vincenzo Nibali (ITA/Astana), Johan Esteban Chaves (COL/Orica-GreenEDGE) & Steven Kruijswijk (NLD/LottoNL-Jumbo) A few kilometers beyond this point Maglia Rosa Kruijswijk would crash & the cards would be re-shuffled… stage 19: Pinerolo(IT) – Risoul(FR) 162km 99th Giro d’Italia 2016

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GC winner Vincenzo Nibali (ITA/Astana) celebrated by his teammates (& manager Alexander Vinokourov) on the podium stage 21: Cuneo – Torino 163km 99th Giro d’Italia 2016

via Cycling Tips

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Derailleur Optimization

Interessanter Artikel, für diejenigen unter uns die einmal die Idee haben werden ein Shimano MTB Schaltwerk mit einer riesigen Kassette auf einem Roadbike mit STIs zu fahren.via Bike Rumour
oder direkt bei Lindarets

Wolf Tooth Components new facility tour-36

Wolf Tooth Components has introduced a lot of interesting products, but many of them owe credit to Lindarets. Gizmos like the Roadlink and the Tanpan allow drivetrains to play nice with bigger gearing or different derailleurs, and the two companies have worked together with Lindarets doing a lot of the design, and WTC managing the production.

Now, in an effort to add even more clever products to the menu, Wolf Tooth Components has licensed the entire Lindarets catalog. For consumers that means that means that Lindarets founder Marc Basiliere will be able focus more on the design of new products while WTC will handle the production and distribution, making the products even easier to access. After the current batch of product runs through, the Lindarets Goat will give way to the WTC Wolf Head as current Lindarets products are rebranded.

Full details from Lindarets, next…

Albuquerque, New Mexico — Lindarets, LLC, of Albuquerque New Mexico has licensed its catalog of problem-solving and performance-enhancing bicycle parts and accessories to Minnesota’s Wolf Tooth Components.

Already partners on the GoatLink, RoadLink, and Tanpan drivetrain products, Wolf Tooth and Lindarets share a love for cycling, an emphasis on top-quality construction, and a dedication to US production. The addition of current and future Lindarets-designed products to its existing offerings will allow Wolf Tooth to expand the range of high-quality parts and accessories offered to its customers, shops, and distributors.

“I am excited by the possibilities that this deal presents,” says Lindarets founder Marc Basiliere, “Wolf Tooth’s extensive dealer and distributor network and strong customer service will make our products more accessible than ever before while allowing Lindarets to focus on the product development work that drives us.”  

“After several very successful and enjoyable collaborations, Wolf Tooth was looking at ways to get Marc more involved in our product development,” says Brendan Moore Co-Owner of Wolf Tooth. “This scenario where Wolf Tooth and Lindarets co-develop products and they are Wolf Tooth products was the perfect solution for both companies to achieve their goals.”

Since the company’s launch in early 2015, Lindarets has brought nearly twenty products to market including: the ReMount series, which improves dropper post remote ergonomics; the GoatLink, RoadLink, and Tanpan, which improve the performance of wide-range drivetrains on- and off-road; and the Boostinator series, which allow the use of a customer’s existing wheels with newer Boost-standard frames and forks.

“While we’ll miss seeing our goat logo in the wild, we look forward to having the time and resources to bring more and bigger ideas to market,” says Basiliere, “allowing Lindarets to grow into the outdoor-oriented design firm we have long envisioned.”  

The two companies expect a number of present Lindarets products to be produced alongside the Tanpan at Wolf Tooth’s new Savage, Minnesota facility.  Over the coming month, current Lindarets offerings will be re-branded as Wolf Tooth products, becoming available exclusively through Wolf Tooth dealers, distributors, and atwolftoothcomponents.com.  

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