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What a blast for Australian Track Team at the recent World Championships! All riders raced on Vittoria Pista Evo cl. Check the summary below. Gold Medals: Men's Team Pursuit - Glenn O’Shea, Alex Edmondson, Michell Mulhern, Miles Scotson, Luke Davison Men's Individual Pursuit - Alex EdmondsonWomens Points Race - Amy CureSilver Medals:Women's Time Trial - Anna MearesWomen's Keirin - Anna MearesBronze Medals:Women's Individual Pursuit - Amy CureWomen's Team Pursuit - Annette Edmondson, Amy Cure, Bella King, HoskinsWomen's Omnium - Annette EdmondsonIt’s always a big satisfaction to support athletes achieving great results!Be faster, play cotton tires. 06 March 2014

Australia’s Medals summary

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Taipei International Cycle Show is ready for the 2014 edition. With its 1103 exhibitors in 2013 edition, the organizers of the Fair want to keep the pace of the previous years, steadily increasing their numbers. Taipei International Cycle Show will open the gates from 5 to 8 March. At Nangang Exhibition Hall, booth M0203, you can check Vittoria news for the 2014 season together with the successful cotton tires range. Come to visit us, booth M0203.03 March 2014

Taipei International Cycle Show 2014

Taipei International Cycle Show is ready for the 2014 edition. […]

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Tour of Oman is the conclusive event of the early season races in the Middle East, taking place in concurrence with Algarve and Andalusia Tours. This event saw the participation of more Vittoria supported teams: Belkin Pro Cycling, Bardiani CSF, Topsport Vlaanderen-Baloise and NetApp-Endura. Vittoria supported teams hit some important results during the Tour, starting with an initial 3rd place by Nicola Ruffoni (Bardiani CSF) who also had two 2nd places in the Young Rider Classification. Marco Canola (Bardiani CSF) and Robert Gesink (Belkin Pro Cycling) conquered a couple of interesting 5th places in Stage 3 and 5. Stage 6 was a big hit for Sam Bennett (NetApp-Endura), who crossed the finish line in 3rd place after a great effort during the race with his teammates. Froome (Team Sky) won the General Classification of Tour of Oman. Vittoria supported rider Robert Gesink (Belkin Pro Cycling) had the best result, placing himself in 5th position. Better results come from the Young Rider Classification, where five riders out of the Top 10 rode on Vittoria Corsa CX: De La Cruz Melgarejo (NetApp-Endura) 3rd, Waeytens (Topsport Vlaanderen-Baloise) 5th, Stefano Locatelli (Bardiani CSF) 6th, Battaglin (Bardiani CSF) 7th and Vanoverberghe (Topsport Vlaanderen-Baloise) 10th.26 February 2014

Recap Tour of Oman

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The early season Spring Classics are an important time for Team Giant-Shimano and they represent a set of races where the team are after some strong results. As such they have spent the past two days testing new bikes and equipment on the cobbles of Omloop Het Nieuwsblad and the Tour of Flanders. The riders that are focussing on the these races convened in Belgium yesterday to test out their new Giant Defy Advanced SL bikes on the cobbles, and to also experiment as to what pressures suit the new Vittoria tyres that the team will be using for the cobbled races. Representatives from Vittoria, Shimano and Giant were present, along with Team Giant-Shimano coaches and experts including Technical Research and Development Expert, Tom Davids (NED), trainer, Adriaan Helmantel (NED) and coach, Marc Reef (NED). This meant that the riders could feedback to both the team's experts but also to the people behind the equipment itself. Tom Davids, said: "It has been a great couple of days of testing and getting the riders reacquainted with the race routes. We have been testing out new 25mm and 27mm Vittoria tyres and testing different pressures for these to get optimum performance on race day. We have also been fine tuning positions on their new Giant bikes that they will be using for these races. "Yesterday we had really nice weather and the roads were dry, then today the cobbles were damp which was a good comparison for the riders to get a feel for the tyres." "Yesterday we rode the Het Nieuwsblad route and today we are heading for the Flanders route to get the guys accustomed to their kit and riding on the cobbles," said coach Marc Reef. "Everyone has found a good position on their bikes and are pleased with the performance of the new tyres." The first race in northern Europe for Team Giant-Shimano will be the Omloop Het Nieuwsblad, on Saturday 1st March.20 February 2014

Test days: Team Giant-Shimano

The early season Spring Classics are an important time for Team […]

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