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Racing 200km with this on your stem for motivation.  Pro cycling.

Tipped from Pedalare!Pedalare!

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There’s a simple solution to making the Giro Air Attack helmet cold weather friendly – electrical tape.  If anyone but a pro did this, it’d look completely ridiculous.  But if you’re racing 200km in Belgium in the wintertime, it’s pretty much the best thing ever.

Originally from Cycling News.

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Spare tubular tire and pumps for riders to carry with them while racing the Santos Tour Down Under.  Sometimes it’s pro to carry your own repair kits, even if you’re a pro cyclist.  Or if the team mechanics aren’t following in the event riders are out doing a training ride.





Photos from Bike Radar.

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There’s always more room for speed.

Originally from Pedalare!Pedalare!

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Rapha for Sky 2013.  130 piece kit, 703 pieces per rider for the season.  One of the most baller pro teams out there?  Probably.

Originally on Cycling News.

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Sometimes it happens during euro training camp.  Adam Hansen knows.

Originally on Ciclismo Espresso.

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There’s a couple things to note about this image:

1. Motorcycles overheat sometimes, we all get that.  It’s less common to see them broken down at the side of the road.

2. It’s even less common that the motorcycle is involved in a cycling race.  At the amateur level, motorcycles are used to keep the field in check.  Also understood.

3. This is not an amateur race.  It’s very, very far from one.  So to ride/race at the capacity of a pro is to be able to shatter even the will of motorized bikes.  Respect.

Photo from Pez.

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Bianchi Oltre XR framesets for Vacansoleil-DCM 2013.  30 grams lighter, 20% stiffer.  What more can you want?

Originally on Bike Radar.

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Franco Chiocchioli, Giro d’Italia 1988.

Photo from Cycling News – check out the full gallery of Roberto Bettini’s images over the last 30 years.

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Riding in the snow on a road bike?  Doesn’t matter who you are, that’s pro.

Originally from Jered Gruber.


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