Selle Italia launches Flite Boost kit Carbonio Superflow “MVDP edition”: a unique saddle signed by Mathieu van der Poel, the rising Dutch star of professional cycling.
Selle Italia introduces the Flite Boost Pro Team version at Strade Bianche 2021, one of the Italian brand’s most renowned and loved saddles. The new Flite Boost Pro Team Kit Carbonio Superflow is a concentrate of technology: carbon rail with a 10-millimeter increase in length, hard-wearing Fibra-Tek cover material, and with Superflow’s extreme lightness and …
Selle Italia launches a saddle inspired by and dedicated to Mathieu Van Der Poel’s victory at the Tour of Flanders: a collectible Flite Boost available in a limited production run of 104 pieces, equal to the number of Ronde Van Vlaanderen editions held as of 2020. The Flite Boost #RVV20 Limited Edition saddle, signed directly …
“Vélo d’Or” is an award given annually to the cyclist considered to have performed the best over the year. Here is a gallery of Vélo d’Or winners from 2010 to 2019.
“Vélo d’Or” is an award given annually to the cyclist considered to have performed the best over the year. Here is a gallery of Vélo d’Or winners from 2000 to 2009.
“Vélo d’Or” is an award given annually to the cyclist considered to have performed the best over the year. Here is a gallery of Vélo d’Or winners from 1992, the year the award was created, to 1999.
Today’s historic photo of the day: Lucien Lesna during the 1901 Paris-Brest-Paris, with his support car beside him. I love the heroic era of cycling and the clothing of that era. Lucien Lesna (11 October 1863 – 11 July 1932) was a French racing cyclist. He won 1901 and 1902 editions of Paris-Roubaix.
Here are the top 15 fastest Paris-Roubaix editions – the winner, average speed, winning time, and weather conditions.
Peter Sagan (Bora-Hansgrohe) won Paris-Roubaix 2018: the triple world champion attacked from a group of favorites with 54 km to go, caught the two remnants of the early break (Silvan Dillier of AG2R la Mondiale and Jelle Wallays of Lotto Soudal). Wallays quickly dropped, but Dillier was still going strong, he started sharing the work …
Greg Van Avermaet, BMC Racing Team’s Belgian rider won Paris-Roubaix 2017, the 115th edition of the “Queen of the classics” with a record average speed of 45.129 kph (28.042 mph). Avermaet broke Peter Post’s record of 45.204 kph (28.088 mph) which was set in 1964.