#EuroCross19: let the action begin!

On Sunday 10 November, Silvelle (Italy) will host one of the most exciting editions of the Cyclo-Cross European Championships. This small Venetian town, very close to Venice, has been one of the leading organisers of international Cyclo-Cross competitions and will once again be the venue of high level action. 273 riders from 22 countries are registered for this continental event on Sunday (the Masters event … Continue reading #EuroCross19: let the action begin!

Selle Italia – SLR Boost: Review

For many cycling enthusiasts, Selle Italia is synonymous of quality, performance and innovation. The new SLR Boost, which today we are going to revie for you, represents the perfect synthesis, the perfect balance, of all these values! Launched in April 2019 and already present on many newly presented bikes such as the Wilier Zero SLR, the Orca di Orbea, the SK Pininfarina di De Rosa … Continue reading Selle Italia – SLR Boost: Review

Innovative and Safe: the new ABS System by Blubrake

blubrake: the ABS system designed exclusively for e-bikes We had the fantastic opportunity to test, directly on the roads of Eurobike 2019, the new ABS (Anti-lock Braking System) developed by blubrake, a hi-tech company that operates in the world of electric mobility. This system is completely innovative: for the first time in the history of cycling, a braking “aid” system is completely integrated into the … Continue reading Innovative and Safe: the new ABS System by Blubrake

Emma Pallant: triathlon as a way of life

Emma Pallant (27) is a former Team GB athlete, running qualifying times for both the Beijing and London Olympics on the athletics track. The British athlete only recently made the move to triathlon, bursting onto the scene in 2016. Pallant won IM70.3 UK, finished on the podium at 6 x IM70.3 distance events, extended her World Title Duathlon and won another 6 short distance triathlon … Continue reading Emma Pallant: triathlon as a way of life

Garmin Varia RTL510: Test Ride

Cycling safety is an extremely important and topical issue today. Almost every day we hear on the news, or read on the internet, of cyclists – sometimes even pro-cyclists (look at Domenico Pozzovivo) – who are ran over in training, many times reporting serious damage and, in extreme cases, even going towards death. Road safety, therefore, is a very sensitive issue and, as cyclists, we … Continue reading Garmin Varia RTL510: Test Ride

Mathieu Van Der Poel: a date with destiny!

He is a 24-year-old boy, he comes from the north – from a land where cycling is at home – he’s called Mathieu and his last name is Van Der Poel. Yes, just like that rider – Adrie Van Der Poel – who, in the 1990s, won a Tour of Flanders, a Liege-Bastogne-Liege, a Clásica San Sebastián, a world title in Cyclocross and two stages … Continue reading Mathieu Van Der Poel: a date with destiny!

Wilier Triestina: the new Zero SLR

Wilier Triestina presents its brand new Zero SLR. This bike is the flagship product of the entire Wilier collection: a super-light racing frame with disc brakes and fully integrated cables. A model designed and built to perform at its best in competitions and to climb even the most difficult and demanding climbs, our “Great Climbs“. The Zero SLR comes chronologically and technologically after the Zero.7 … Continue reading Wilier Triestina: the new Zero SLR

Fiandre Light Wind Jacket – Test

On the occasion of the Colnago Cycling Festival, held in Desenzano del Garda from 5th to 7th of April, we had the opportunity to test one of the most beautiful and functional products of the entire Sportful collection. The Flanders Light Wind Jacket! Waterproofness Water resistance is probably one of the strong points of this product! During the Granfondo Colnago the weather was quite uncertain … Continue reading Fiandre Light Wind Jacket – Test

Selle Italia and the myth of the SLR

SLR Boost: the myth evolves with the lightest ever short saddle. The most iconic saddle of Selle Italia, the SLR, which for years has been the reference point in terms of style, performance, comfort and lightness and which has supported great champions such as Alberto Contador and Alessandro Ballan, is renewed in an evolution capable of overcoming the most advanced frontiers in terms of lightness and … Continue reading Selle Italia and the myth of the SLR

Loulou, c’est fou!

Crazy Loulou, absolutely crazy Loulou. Loulou is not an invented character coming from who knows what fairy tale or from who knows what illusory world, he is a real man made of flesh and blood, but capable, however, of actually launching himself into a fantastic dimension, on the edge of the surreal. This year his story starts from a distance, just under two months ago, … Continue reading Loulou, c’est fou!