Daily News Digest

by Mark Zalewski

July 20, 2016

In today’s CyclingTips Daily News Digest: Vos doubles wins at Internationale Thüringen Rundfahrt der Frauen; Gidich wins third stage of Tour of Qinghai Lake; Four talking points from the 2016 Giro Rosa; Anatomy of a bike throw: Sagan’s stage-winning lunge for the line; Battle with the broom wagon: Suffering to stay in the Tour; How the Week Was Won: 2016 Tour de France, Stages 10-16; Rohan Dennis leaving Tour de France; A mid-season chat: Joe Dombrowski talks beer, cars, and renewed contract with Cannondale-Drapac; Cummings replaces Kennaugh for Olympic road race; AG2R LA MONDIALE extends sponsorship through 2020; Turkish Olympian motivated to perform at Qinghai Lake following failed coup attempt in Ankara; Team Sky on Pinarello through 2020; List of Tour de France team budgets; Sagan at the Tour de France, by the numbers; Tour de France, stage 16 on-board highlights; OBE Backstage Pass, stage 16; Tour of Qinghai Lake, stage 2 highlights

Team Sky on Pinarello through 2020

by CyclingTips

Team Sky and bike manufacturer Pinarello have extended their partnership through 2020. The Italian bicycle maker has been with the team since its inception in 2010.

The new Pinarello Dogma K8 is an evolution of the K8-S from last year. There is no elastomer rear shock on this model.

The new Pinarello Dogma K8 is an evolution of the K8-S from last year. There is no elastomer rear shock on this model.

“We are partners of the best team the cycling world has ever experienced, in terms of organisation, professionalism and results,” said Fausto Pinarello, company president.

“We have been working closely with Fausto and his team since our World Tour debut in 2010, and together we have won three Tour de France yellow jerseys as well as 656 other podium places across the world. Their love of our great sport, their attention to detail and continuous search for innovation is a perfect fit with our team,” said Team Sky principal Dave Brailsford.

Over the length of their partnership the team has helped develop nine bike models.

“Having ridden Pinarello bikes since joining Team Sky, the greatest rides and best wins of my career have been on a Pinarello,” said Sky’s Chris Froome. “The bikes are the embodiment of Pinarello’s long heritage in the sport and their unique understanding of racing.”

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