August 2013

Garmin VIRB

Garmin VIRB – Life Through a Lens

GPS market-leaders Garmin have stepped into the action camera arena with the announcement of the Garmin VIRB, a full HD model capable of recording three hours of 1080p video on a single charge, in part thanks to an ambient light screen far less power-hungry than traditional
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GB Transplant Cycling Team

GB Transplant Cycling Team Top the Tables

It would seem that Great Britain is currently having a reasonably successful crack at conquering every aspect of global cycling; phenomenal Olympic success, a couple of Tour de France wins, not bad – but there are other successes that, somewhat to our shame, go rather more
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Greig Leach the Art of Cycling

Greig Leach The Art of Cycling

During the Tour de France Cyclo was delighted to bring you daily works of art from Greig Leach, a one-time amateur club bike racer, participating in the DC and Richmond, Virginia areas of the US. He now combines his cycling passion with that of painting and he again provided us
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Trek

Trek Strengthens Team

Back in June Trek Bicycle confirmed that it has bought the WorldTour licence of RadioShack-Leopard and would be effectively creating a new team for the 2014 season. Trek, a named sponsor since the team’s inception in 2010, have since been busy building the team and strengthening
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Chris Horner Becomes Oldest Stage Winner

Chris Horner Becomes Oldest Stage Winner

Winning Stage 3 of the Vuelta a España – 172.5km, Vigo to Mirador de Lobeira – Radioshack Leopard’s Chris Horner, who turns 42 in October, became the oldest rider in the history of cycling to win a stage in a Grand Tour; beating Pino Cerami who won a Tour stage at 41 years, 2
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Lance Armstrong Settles with Sunday Times

It has been announced that Lance Armstrong, the seven-times-not-winner of the Tour de France, has agreed a financial settlement with the Sunday Times after the paper sued the disgraced Texan for £1m. The legal action came about after the Sunday Times were forced to pay Armstrong
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Vuelta a España 2013 Stage 1

Astana Win Vuelta a Espana Opener

Astana Pro Team have won the opening stage of the Vuelta a Espana 2013, the 27.4km Team Time Trial from Vilanova de Arousa to Sanxenxo, with Janez Brajkovic crossing the finish line first to take head of GC. RadioShack Leopard took second spot (10 seconds adrift) and Omega
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Art of the USA Pro Challenge – Stage 5

Art of the USA Pro Challenge – Stage 5

Yesterday’s Stage 5 of the USA Pro Challenge, the 10mile TT in Vail, saw a spectacular win for BMC Racing’s TeJay Van Garderen in a time of 25’01”, which kept him in yellow. Throughout the USA Pro Challenge, Cyclo is bringing you daily works of art from Greig Leach, a one-time
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