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Shimano patents disc brake cover

This article first appeared on BikeRadar. Shimano has been working on a cover to shield the rotors of its hydraulic disc brakes. The design, which was filed for a US patent in June 2017, shows a vented structure that covers a majority of the disc rotor’s surface and backs up neatly against one of Shimano’s own flat-mount disc brake calipers. It looks to have been designed to fit a thru-axle fork. Its official: disc brake guards are happening Could disc brake guards be the solution (to a p...

Transfer Mechanics: The lay of the land in 2018

It’s only March but shoots of spring are already visible in the transfer market, and this year looks set to be just as intriguing, complex and fraught as previous seasons. Although there are no new WorldTour projects on the horizon, at least two teams face uncertain futures, while a raft of squads have space and funds to reinvest with new riders. The main storylines in 2018: • BMC Racing’s long-term future • The situation surrounding Chris Froome • Question marks over Astana’s stabi...

Vanmarcke riding form and confidence into Belgian Classics

Sep Vanmarcke (EF Education First-Drapac) will head into Fridays E3 Harelbeke and Sundays Gent-Wevelgem with the confidence of a podium performance at Omloop het Nieuwsblad in his pocket and a strong team on the road to help him up the hellingen of Belgium and over the pavé of northern France. E3 is a hard and honest race, Vanmarcke said in a statement released with the teams roster announcement. The many hills on a short period make it very hard. The distance from those sections until the fin...

Durbridge: It suits my style to go early

This season could scarcely have begun much worse for Luke Durbridge, but the Mitchelton-Scott rider was grateful for small mercies. The broken collarbone and concussion sustained in a crash at the Australian championships in January may have kept him out of the Tour Down Under and put him off the bike for the bones of two weeks, but the timing could, he pointed out, have been a lot worse. If it had to happen then it was probably the best time for it to happen, Durbridge told Cyclingnews in Brug...

D'hoore unaware she was sprinting for Driedaagse De Panne victory

Jolien Dhoore (Mitchelton-Scott) won the inaugural Driedaagse De Panne one-day race that made its début on the UCI Womens WorldTour on Thursday. As she crossed the line, the Belgian champion did not know she had won, thinking there might still have been some riders from the breakaway ahead of her. I was not sure if we were going to catch the riders in front, Dhoore told Sporza after the race. I had a teammate up there in Gracie Elvin, so I just focused on the sprint. Even if it was for seventh ...

Soler sacrifices own chance of success for Valverde in Volta a Catalunya

Recent Paris-Nice winner and local favourite Marc Soler (Movistar) saw his own chances of repeating last year’s breakthrough podium finish in the Volta a Catalunya go up in smoke on Thursday as teammate Alejandro Valverde took a commanding victory - but the young Catalan says he has no regrets. Speaking before the Volta a Catalunya, Soler said that he would sacrifice his own chances if needed for teammates Valverde or Nairo Quintana, and that his ideal race would be to set things up for Nairo ...