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Image:  22 year old Tadej Pogacar revelling in his Yellow Jersey ride to Paris.  Image: Dreamstime     The recent Giro d’Italia is the latest race to highlight the emergence of an impressive crop of young riders that are pushing the older generation hard, and maybe even toward retirement.  So, is the media right to focus on this perceived shift in the age of top cyclists and what could be the possible factors behind such a change? If 2020 has seen a greater coverage of young riders then the 2019 season had already flagged it up, including a Vuelta podium for...

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One of the benefits of being a direct to customer brand is that we get lots of good quality feedback.  One piece of feedback we have received a number of times is that some of you want to have the option of a matching Jersey and Bib Shorts.  We also wanted to apply some of our thoughts and learnings from riding with other brands Bib Shorts over many years, taking both things we liked and disliked (more on this below).  These have actually been worked on since late 2017 and tested over thousands of varied real world kilometres all over...

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Invani Men’s Short Sleeve reversible jersey review Invani's reversible jersey offers two colors in a single jersey. But more importantly, it's a comfortable jersey with smart details. August 25, 2020 Dan Cavallari Photos: Hannah DeWitt  Review Rating: ★ ★ ★ ★/5 Basics:  Raw-cut sleeves; reversible to offer two different colors; pockets on both sides; Italian-made fabrics Pros:  Two color options in a single jersey; pockets on both sides; large zipper is easy to use Cons:  hem around waist is a bit too generous; a bit too warm on hot summer days Size reviewed: Medium  /  Price: $100  /  Brand: INVANI Invani’s jerseys...

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Known as “La Primavera” (referencing “Spring” in Italian) the rescheduled date for Milan-San Remo 2020 still positions it as the first Monument of 2020 and its the longest race of the professional season, with some re-routing due to Covid it is now extended to a massive 299 kilometres.  Though generally considered a Sprinter’s race the final section can certainly throw up surprises and an exciting finale is assured.  The race typically hots up as the riders approach and climb the Cipressa with around 30 kilometres to the finish line.  The first and more testing of the two small climbs which...

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