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Tour of California: Jelly Belly Cycling Team

We take a look at the FSA teams taking part in the Tour of California, including the Jelly belly Team

Winning Etixx Quick-Step at Amstel Gold Race

Michał Kwiatkowski (Etixx-QuickStep) claimed his first road race win as World champion with a perfectly executed sprint at the end of Amstel Gold Race.

SAGAN SPRINTS TO VICTORY IN TIRRENO-ADRIATICO STAGE 3

Peter Sagan gets his own back on Michal Kwiatkowski

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The World Cup Cross Country Season Is Coming

Posted on 22nd May 2015 in News,

Cross country mountain bike racing has to be one of the most demanding endurance sports on the planet. Although the riders don’t spend hours, or weeks, in the saddle, they essentially ride a 1.5-2 hour…

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Cole House Wins WORS Race #2

Posted on 21st May 2015 in News,

Cole House recently raced in the lastest installment of the Wisconsin Off Road Series and topped the podium! Cole House rides an FSA cockpit including: K-Force- seatpost, handlebars, crankset, disc brakes SLK- stem, wheels Image courtesy…

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Tour of California: Jelly Belly Cycling Team

Posted on 15th May 2015 in Road News,

The Amgen Tour of California is the premier stage race in the USA. It brings together WorldTour professional teams, including Etixx-QuickStep, Lotto.nl Jumbo and Cannondale-Garmin, plus several US-based teams. One such US-based team is Jelly…

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Contador takes pink

Contador Takes Pink At The Giro

Posted on 13th May 2015 in News,

A blazing and unexpected attack by Alberto Comtador (Tinkoff Saxo) five kilometres from the stage 5 finish in Abetone has both netted the Spaniard his first maglia rosa of the 2015 Giro d’Italia and confirmed that he is already…

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FSA: CHAIN STANDARDS DEMYSTIFIED

Posted on 11th May 2015 in News,

With several chains on the market, how can you make sure that you buy the right chain for your bike? Chain standards relate to the width of the chain. As you gain gears – for…

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Buyer’s guide: carbon bars

Posted on 22nd Apr 2015 in News,

With just a couple of exceptions, nearly every component on a bike is made from carbon fiber. Just look at the bikes that the pros use; aside from the chain, cassette and chainrings, all of…

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