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Alles was gut aussieht. Bis auf Mädels.

Cyclung in cyclyng.

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Seo Young-Deok.

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Shimano Lifestyle Gear Clothing Line

Shimano diversifiziert gerade kräftig in Rad-nahe Bereiche außerhalb des traditionellen Komponentengeschäfts.

Erst vor kurzem der Erwerb von Lazer Helmen, jetzt eine neue Kleidungskollektion – neben MTB und Rennrad gewinnt das hochpreisige „Ich fahr einfach mal so“ Segment an Bdeutung – siehe auch Elektromotoren.

Artikel dazu auf Bike Rumor.

Shimano ist für mich der Toyota unter den Komponetenherstellern: Die Produkte sind technisch ausgereift, qualitativ gut und manchmal auch innovativ (Di-2), aber das Design steht nicht im Vordergrund der strategischen Bemühungen.

Aus diesem Grunde finde ich einige der Jerseys etc. hier wirklich überraschend gut, auch wenn bei Bike Rumor die Kritik aufkam, dass hier von Rapha und Giro (Schuhe) abgekupfert wurde.

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Leider noch nirgendwo erhältlich, Website auch noch nicht fertig.

 

 

 

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Designs and Giros

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42 x 16 via Milano Fixed

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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

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Die Radmütze. Richtig.


Nach Ansicht von Cycling Tips.

For us cyclists, the humble cycling cap is our crown. It is part of our unique look and it plays a crucial role on those days of low sun in spring and autumn, shielding our eyes from sun and rain, and keeping our head warm.

We have fond memories of riders past donning cycling caps with panache, wearing them high on their heads with pride. But as helmets became mandatory and cycling grew to reach a wider audience, the podium cap was replaced with a baseball hat.

But now, through the voice of a new generation, a trend towards #capsnothats has emerged and cyclists are once again putting proper cycling caps back on their heads.

However, with this trend has come a wave of cyclists who insist on wearing the cycling cap all wrong. We thought we’d take it upon ourselves to offer some useful tips.

Before we start, here are a couple of things you should know. First, a cycling cap is this:

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Not this (sorry Ian):

Second, “luft” is a German word for “air” or “space”. Many a debate has been had in cafés around the world about how this word made its way into cycling culture. As you’ll see below, luft is all important when positioning the cap appropriately.

Without further ado, here are some tips on how to wear a cycling cap properly:

1. Cycling caps should only be worn with cycling kit. An exception can be made at cycling events when not in kit. For some reason, this quirky garment seems to bind us together.

2. A cycling cap should only be worn on the bike when arm warmers and a vest (or long-sleeve jersey) are in use. In this case a cap completes the Spring Classics look. Wearing a cap when it’s a scorcher outside might shield your balding head from the sun or keep the sweat from dripping into your eyes, but in typical cyclist fashion we’ll take style over practicality here any day. (It’s much better to keep a cap in your pocket on these days and bring it out at the café sans helmet.)

3. While wearing a cap with the brim flipped is acceptable and indeed often recommended, it takes many years of wearing a cap before you can get this look right.If in doubt, don’t attempt this one straight away. See the image of Roger De Vlaeminck in his Brooklyn cap above to see how it’s done.

4. Make sure your cap is straight. Many caps have a ribbon down the centre to help you out. You’ll just look silly if this ribbon is worn off-centre.

5. When wearing a cap at the café, it’s essential to obtain the right amount of luft. Too high on the head and your cap is likely to blow off and ruin someone’s meal; too low and blood flow will be restricted, reducing your chances of an intellectual post-ride coffee debate. As a rule of thumb, the amount of luft should be proportional to your brow size.

6. A cap should never be worn backwards on the bike. And as with a flipped brim, a backwards cap worn off the bike takes a certain personality to pull off. Note: When attempting the backwards look off the bike, be sure to flip the brim.

Lastly, wear your cycling cap with pride and wear it high. Use these tips as a guide and you’ll be the toast of your local café in no time. And if you’re in need of a cycling cap, we’ve got a great selection in the CyclingTips Emporium to get you started.

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Mädels. April

Die Klassikerin: Twiggy.

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Vogue, 1966

Sixdays Berlin

6DaysBerlin

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Nicht Zonen Mädel

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via whiskey please

Agyness Dynn
(There is no I in Agyness Deyn as well)

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via Fixed Gear Girl Taiwan

Zonenmädel

beauties

via Milano Fixed

Tanline one

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via cyclyng chicks

Ash Duban and Sammi Runnels: Tanline Two

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See?

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via Stef Gutovska

High Five Dream Team

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via Milano Fixed

Control

Und, aus aktuellem Anlaß: Kumamon

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Wenn Nicht-Radler ein Rad zeichnen.

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There is no „I“ in Bykerydyng.

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Der Ästhetik wegen. Via No Future Tokyo.

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s/w: Twiggy. LL Cool J. Italien. rot: Marianne Vos

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La Course by Le Tour de France 2015

Paris – France -Marianne Vos 

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Shimano Tricolore

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von | 13. Januar 2016 · 18:04