- Crash, bang, wallop – Nibbles wins the Giro.
- Another moto crash, this time in Tour of Belgium
- Tour de Yorkshire becomes world’s most lucrative women’s cycling race.
- USPro road and TT nats. Phinney wins TT (M), Daniels wins RR (M), Gaurnier wins RR(W) and Small win TT(W).
Cyclist Safety and Advocacy
- Should charity rides ban e-bikes? London to Brighton has.
- $2500 carbon road bikes – for kids.
- Consumer direct German brand Canyon to launch in US
- Canyon has a CT scanning machine … carbon fiber testing.
How to Listen:
This is not a comment about this show, but something I hope you cover in the next show. National Parks Service has allowed Tour of Utah to go through Zion National Park. First time any race is allowed in a National Park. It’s a largely ceremonial stage, with no spectators allowed in the park. Hoping for minimal impact on the park and tourists.
In depth story here:
One more link for the Tour of Utah, from The Salt Lake Tribune:
comment on canyon vs mainstream brands
Endurace CF SLX 9.0 SL / Shimano Dura-Ace Di2 / £5,099 / $5,899
2017 BMC RoadMachine
Dura-Ace Di2 – Green: €9,999 / US$10,999 / AUS$13,999
both bikes are new 2017 endurance disc bikes. there is a 4K diff
@DonB I’ll add it to the list of topics and see if anybody wants to talk about it. Thanks.
Wow. How different are the frames, I wonder?
One of the problems right now is that Canyon’s don’t ship straight away – in effect, you order one for delivery some time in the future. I was at Canyon last week and I know they are working to fix this, esp for the US market. It’s not an issue for German consumers.
Go Tim! Love the rant–no need to apologize. I’m angry too, and I live in the bicycling capital of North America, Davis, CA.