Santini to provide cycling wear for northern classics in the 2022 season

Santini will provide cycling wear for northern classics in the 2022 season: Santini Cycling Wear and A.S.O. (Amaury Sport Organisation) are delighted to announce that from 2022, their partnership will extend beyond the Tour de France Yellow Jersey towards A.S.O.’s other prestigious events Paris-Roubaix, Flèche Wallonne, Liège-Bastogne-Liège and Paris-Tours. Santini will also be partner of …

Team Delko will wear a “LOOK 1985” Mondrian kit in the Paris-Roubaix 2021

The riders of French UCI ProTeam Delko will wear a LOOK 1985 “La Vie Claire”-inspired Mondrian kit in the 2021 Paris-Roubaix. The original 1985 La Vie Claire jersey was perhaps one of the most beautiful cycling jerseys of all time, and the new Team Delko kit is also strikingly beautiful.

Selle Italia introduces Flite Boost Pro Team at Strade Bianche 2021

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 Flite Boost Mathieu van der Poel limited edition saddle

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 …

Lucien Lesna during the 1901 Paris-Brest-Paris

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.

HiRide passes the grueling Roubaix test with flying colors

eSAS, the world’s first front and rear electronically-controlled suspension system for road and gravel bikes has passed the test of the Paris-Roubaix’s notorious pavé with flying colors. The high-tech solution developed by the Milan-based electronic suspension leader, HiRide, was used with great success both during an exclusive international media road test and on some of …