Soaring demand for bicycles has made it more difficult to meet strong market pressures in terms of
distribution. We discuss this problem with Enrico and Michele Gastaldello.
On 6 December, the famous Daytona International Speedway® will host the triathlon championships, to which only the 40 top-ranked male and female triathletes in the world are invited. Amelia Watkinson and Andreas Dreitz will compete in the 80-kilometre bike course riding a Wilier Turbine.
Jérôme Cousin has passed with ease from the world’s biggest stage race to riding across Portugal along road N2, Portugal’s equivalent of America’s Route 66. Because every ride, whether professional or not, is part of the great philosophy of the bicycle.
The bicycle is the symbol of restored freedom. When the COVID restrictions were eased, Bruno Ferraro and Max Riese decided to celebrate the reopening of the borders by meeting at the end of a very adventurous gravel bike trip on the Tilliacher Joch/Forcella Dignas pass, which has marked the physical border between Italy and Austria since 1920.
As we rang in 2020, we knew which areas we wanted to focus on throughout the year: competition, ultracycling and exploring our regions. We wanted to bring into beautiful harmony the many souls that characterise the world of cycling. However, the events of 2020 changed the direction we had mapped out. The challenges we faced […]
Alexey Lutsenko wins the Tour de France’s first ever stage finishing on Mont Aigoual in the Cévennes, marking Astana Pro Team’s first victory in the 2020 edition of La Grande Boucle.
In 2020, the Tour de France is exploring France’s south from the Alps to the Pyrénées-Atlantiques and traversing the Massif Central, featuring stages in Orcières - Merlette, Col de la Lusette and Port de Balès.
The great Tour de France adventure is back this year with a new ascent to Col de la Loze, providing yet another destination for cycling enthusiasts. The Grande Boucle 2020 will also be travelled by Wilier Triestina with the 0 SLR.
Although mountain bike competitions have been cancelled for all of 2020, it’s still important for cyclists to stay in excellent shape. So, Ole Hem decided to set out on a 1300-kilometre marathon with almost 20,000 metres of difference in altitude in seven days, travelling through Norway from south to north on a racing bike through one of the most beautiful places in the world: the Vestlandet region.