2012 Cyclo-sportive calendar Welcome to Cycling Weekly’s extensive calendar of British cyclo-sportive events for 2012. Events are sorted by date. Event information will be added and updated regularly. Have we missed out your ride? Have we got something wrong? CF – Changing facilities; ET – Electronic timing; FS – Feed stops; EOL – Entry on the line; ATC – Affiliated to a charity; EOL – Entry on the start line; EM – Electronic mapping Sunday January 15 Performance Cycles Winter Mini-Sportive Series (4 of 6) Butts Courtyard, Poulton, Cirencester, Gloucestershire GL7 5HY 75/105 km Web: www.minisportiveseries.co.uk Sunday January 29 Woodcote CX Sportive Langtree School, Woodcote, Oxfordshire RG8 0RA 80/60/40 km Web: www.southernsportive.com Sunday February 12 North West Winter Series Event 1 Poynton Leisure Centre, Poynton, Stockport, Cheshire SK12 1PU 27/50 miles Web: Performance Cycles Winter Mini-Sportive Series (5 of 6) On the Rivet Sussex 70/40 miles Web: www.srs-events_pg_Inspire.cc 50/80 km
Cyclisme Féminin - Le blog de Gwéna Living Light Sculpture Reveals Air Quality of Seoul Check out how a retro glass sculpture maps the city’s air quality ! In the center of Seoul ’s Peace Park , which is located across from the Korean World Cup Stadium, lies a very extraordinary sight: an outdoor glass canopy called the Living Light Sculpture. Created by Soo-in Yang and David Benjamin of The Living , and commissioned by the Korean Ministry of Environment, this amazing sculpture is more than just a fantastic piece of art. It actually projects up-to-date information about surrounding cities and their air quality. The glass skin on the sculpture is a map that covers 27 local neighborhoods, and every 15 minutes certain sections light up to tell you which city has the best and worst air quality. This sculpture is amazing to see at night because the cities with the best air quality light up the brightest, and they make the Peace Park look like a space station ! This is a very cool invention that designers Yang and Benjamin hope to see attached to the side of a building one day.
SPIN London | The Urban Cycle Show 2014 Boardman Pro FS Review Ever since we tested the stunning value Boardman Comp FS, we’ve wanted to get the Pro version in to see if the better shock sorts the ride and creates a pocket money trail rocket. It does, and the kit is unbelievable for the pricetag, delivering outstanding weight and performance dividends to create a genuinely great trail bike at a cost where others simply can’t compete. Ride & handling: Well balanced in almost every detail, and great value With an exceptional spec for the money, the complete weight of the Boardman is up with many £2,000 trail bikes. That translates to easy and permanently enthusiastic acceleration, and efﬁcient and rapid climbing, which the rear suspension does nothing to dampen. While Horst linkage suspension designs are often prone to pedalling squat and a slightly sluggish feel, the RockShox Monarch shock has a distinctly terse feel. Up front, the RockShox Reba fork gives equally capable and controlled danger damping unless you push it right to the ragged edge.
Un autre regard sur le vélo féminin Top 5 Exotic Free Energy Technologies From PESWiki Shortcut URL: See also News:Best Exotic Free Energy Technologiesand Tracking the Position of the Top 5and Directory:Best Exotic Clean Energy Technologies This page is devoted to featuring the top five exotic technologies that we know of that are closest to market. Here at PESWiki we cover the entire spectrum of clean energy technologies, from conventional methods such as solar, wind, geothermal, tide, wave, river on the one hand; to very unconventional or "exotic" technologies such as cold fusion, magnet motors, overunity electromagnetic motors, gravity motors, and vortex technologies on the other. There are many ways to harness the wheelwork of nature -- energy sources that the environment provides free for the taking -- that are not only clean but inexhaustible and ubiquitous. Conventional renewable energy (there are 25 genres) has made great strides but has limitations. Runners Up Spreadsheet Best Exotic Clean Energy Technologies In the News
Au Menu du GiroVin #3 | GiroVin A Look at Cannondale’s 2013 SuperX and CAADX Cyclocross Bikes – Press Camp 2012 | Cyclocross Magazine – Cyclocross News, Races, Bikes, Photos, Videos Park City, Utah – Cyclocross Magazine’s Utah resident Tim Akers crashed the 2012 Press Camp party at Deer Valley and got early specs on the 2013 Cannondale cyclocross line as well as an up-close look at two new 2013 Cannondale cyclocross bikes: the top-of-the-line disc-brake equipped carbon ‘cross bike SuperX SRAM Red, and the totally redesigned aluminum disc-brake and Ultegra-equipped CAADX ’cross bike. Each frame comes in four different configurations, bringing Cannondale’s cyclocross lineup to eight cyclocross bikes, and that’s not including their flat bar “Quick Carbon” and “Quick CX” bikes. The Aluminum CAADX Gets a Redesign Cannondale 2013 CAADX cyclocross bike with Ultegra. © Cyclocross Magazine Cannondale’s Global Director of Product Marketing, Murray Washburn, said that the new CAADX’s frame went through a “ground-up renovation” in order to “bring its performance up so that it’s a legit, race-able, high-performance ’cross bike.” Cannondale Brings Discs to the Carbon SuperX Frame
Cycles d’Art - SURPLACE Chill Déniché il y a peu chez un soldeur, voici un ouvrage très intéressant traitant des rapports entre l’art et la bicyclette de 1896 à nos jours. Cycles d’Art est en fait un catalogue qui fut édité dans le cadre de l’exposition du même nom, présentée à Roubaix puis à Paris en 1996, à l’occasion du centenaire de Paris-Roubaix. Comme on peut le constater, la bicyclette a été adoptée dès son origine par les artistes comme un sujet possible. Jean Béraud, Le Chalet du cycle au Bois de Boulogne (vers 1900) Lucien Jonas, Petit Breton (1904) Alphonse Mucha, Cycles Perfecta (1897)