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  • Thousands visited the NEC in Birmingham for the UK's biggest cycle show last weekend, with the i-ride stand being a huge success.

     

    As one of the biggest stands at the show, visitors were treated to some exclusive previews of 2015 products including Argon 18 and De Rosa bikes, the new BKOOL turbo trainer, Birzman tools as well as the world exclusive launch of the Orro clothing range and new Orro Gold Limited edition bike.

    We could not have asked for a better response from the public and would like to thank everyone who visited the stand!

  • The Cycle Show 2014 will give you the opportunity to see exclusive previews of 2015 products from our top brands including bikes from Argon 18 and De Rosa as well as new product releases from BKOOL, Birzman and Prologo.We will be at the NEC Birmingham from the 25-28 September (25th trade and press only) and our stand numbers are B21 and B31.

     

    The Nitrogen is the first aero road bike Argon 18 have made - built to uphold the Argon 18 'Optimal balance' mantra of light weight, rigidity and comfort with the added benefit of enhanced aerodynamics. 
    We will be showing off the brand new Nitrogen bike at this years show as well as the E-118 and Krypton X road bikes - NOT to be missed!

    De Rosa have released a new colour for the Super King 2015 range based on the Vini Fantini-Nippo race team. There will also be a range of more 2015 bikes from De Rosa including the Idol Disc bike.

    BKOOL's new turbo trainer for 2015 has been updated and includes software that gives an even more refined experience. There are now over 500,000 routes available to ride so you never have to ride the same route twice!
     Be sure to come by our stand for demonstrations with the opportunity to have your turn on the new turbo trainer! 

  • Tinkoff-Saxo’s Alberto Contador yesterday won this year's Vuelta a Espana after the individual time trial in Santiago de Compostela to secure the victory.

    With a lead of 1.37 to second place, only accidents could get in the way of the now three times winner of the Tour of Spain.
    Contador uses a Prologo saddle - pictured here with the new Nago Evo CPC.

     

    Contador thereby concluded a magnificent comeback since crashing out of the Tour de France in July with a fractured tibia.

    There was no change to the GC with Chris Froome (Sky) finishing in second place and Alejandro Valverde (Movistar) in third.

    Final overall classification:

    1. Alberto Contador (Spa) Tinkoff-Saxo
    2. Christopher Froome (GBr) Sky at 1-10
    3. Alejandro Valverde (Spa) Movistar at 1-50
    4. Joaquim Rodriguez (Spa) Katusha at 3-25
    5. Fabio Aru (Ita) Astana at 4-48