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by Dave Everett
February 20, 2019
Welcome to episode four of The Bunch. And you thought we’d forgotten, didn’t you? After a week out (there’s a very good excuse why we were gone last week) we are back with our video round-up of what’s happening here at CyclingTips and across the cycling world.
Episode four is jam-packed, if I may say so myself. If you’re into your fancy gear and tech news then sit back and let James, our global tech editor, run you through the highlights of what’s been stirring the industry in the past ten days. Yes, it’s that SRAM Red AXS and all related talking points, including the fact that SRAM made the decision to not use the usual white guys on bikes in their marketing campaign.
Elsewhere in the Bunch, I talk to the gods….well, kind of. Neal, Caley and James talk CyclingTips Podcast…well, kind of. And Iain tells us about a very interesting bike that he has arriving shortly at the Melbourne office that could be the holy grail of do-it-all velos.
Veloclub main man Andy has yet another reason as to why you should join our supporter’s program, and it involves Svein Tuft lifting logs in the wilds of mid-winter.
For all the content that I talk about in the video please check the links below, there’s a whole host of content waiting for your attention.
There’s also the usual race round-up, with sponsorship gossip from what has been a superb Tour Colombia, Matt runs us through what it’s like to cover not just one event but the whole of Australias world-class races that are held throughout January and February and then there’s friend of the site, John Degenkolb’s double victory news.
John Degenkolb’s fundraiser saves Paris-Roubaix Juniors
Sitting down with Egan Bernal: Lessons learned, and what lies ahead
Representation matters in cycling, too
The weekly spin: The intersection of pro cycling and basic human rights
SRAM Red eTap AXS first-ride review: More than just another sprocket
Hokkaido as you’ve never seen it before
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