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  • Up close with Dare's hyper-aero, unreleased road bike at the 2024 Tour de France
    Up close with Dare's hyper-aero, unreleased road bike at the 2024 Tour de France

    Team Uno-X is riding a radical, unreleased aero road bike at the 2024 Tour de France. Produced by Taiwanese brand (and Uno-X team sponsor) Dare, the bike bucks the prevailing trend for all-rounder bikes, instead taking a hyper-aero approach with little apparent consideration for weight. Prior to the race start in Florence, Italy, we got a close look at the new bike at the Uno-X team hotel. Could this be the bike to help the Uno-X team take its first victory at the sport’s biggest race? Return of the aero bike In recent years, we’ve seen a number of prominent brands ditch dedicated aero road bikes in favour of models that balance aerodynamic performance with low weight. Specialized, for example, famously put its S-Works Venge out to pasture when it released the S-Works Tarmac SL7 in 2020, while Trek’s recently announced eighth-generation Madone SLR spelled the end of its Émonda. Likewise, the release of a lightweight Giant Propel Advanced SL in 2022 has seen the brand’s iconic TCR relegated to only limited use in the WorldTour. Dare looks to be taking the opposite approach, with a design more akin to other all-out aero road bikes such as the Cervélo S5, Ribble Ultra SLR and Cannondale SystemSix Hi-Mod. As far as we can tell, Dare’s new aero road bike appears to be called the ‘Velocity Ace’, as this is printed on the down tube. It’s most likely an update to the brand’s existing aero bike, the VSRu. The new bike doubles down on the aerodynamic optimisations, though, with deeper aerofoil tube shapes all over and a build focused entirely on speed. Deep-section tubes all-round The head tube is one of the most striking parts of the Velocity Ace. It uses a deep, truncated aerofoil profile and rises from the top tube to meet the rear of the bike’s new integrated handlebar (more on this later). At the lower end, the head tube is sculpted to control the airflow off the fork crown. Viewed head on, the head tube is hourglass-shaped – narrowing between the upper and lower headset bearings to further reduce drag While the fork on the VSRu tapered slightly towards the bottom, the narrow bladed legs of the new fork stay deep all the way down. Where the down tube on the VSRu had a small cut-out for the front wheel, the Velocity Ace has a straight down tube with a deeper, wider truncated aerofoil profile. Unlike the new Trek Madone SLR, the Velocity Ace uses standard, non-integrated bottle cages with round cycling water bottles. It may be that the redesigned down tube provides greater airflow management around this area than before, however. At the rear of the bike, the aerofoil profiles of the seat tube, seatstays and seatpost have also been deepened significantly. Whether this has any impact on compliance remains to be seen. Dropped seatstays aside, though, it doesn’t appear that Dare has made many concessions to comfort. Like some time trial bikes, the seatpost appears to have multiple saddle clamp locations, enabling a rider to adjust the effective seat tube an...

    July 11. 2024
  • What frames will you see on our Eurobike show booth?
    What frames will you see on our Eurobike show booth?

    When you come in EURO BIKE SHOW,don't miss our our booth Hall 9.1 B13D. you will see our 2024 new aero frames. It is Disc Brake Carbon ROAD Bike Frameset with Integrated Handlebar,super light weight is only 780g on M size. Type: Aero Road 700C (Disc Brake) Size: 450mm/480mm/510mm/535mm/560mm Head Tube: FSA No.55 ACR 1.5" Fully-Integrated Bottom Bracket: Press Fit BB86.5*41MM Seat Post: Aero, Comfort Flex Brake type: Flat mount Tire Spec.: 700C*32C Weight: 780g+/-50g(T1100) Finish:UD/Color Test Standard: ISO-4210 Material:T1100 Below is the geometry chart for you. if you want to see real frames, please visit our booth Hall 9.1 B13D. we trust it will be hotsale frames in 2024. This frames feature progressive geometries. This frame presents you with a frame with very balanced riding characteristics. This improve riders more confidence and riding stability on gravel and rough terrain.

    June 24. 2024
  • Bicycle Sales in the Netherlands grows 5.2% in first quarter of 2024
    Bicycle Sales in the Netherlands grows 5.2% in first quarter of 2024

    After a difficult 2023, turnover at bicycle shops increased in the first quarter of this year. Het Financieele Dagblad (FD) reports this based on the H&L Benchmark. H&L said in a statement: The Dutch bicycle industry has made a good start to the year. H&L Accountants and Tax Advisors has many bicycle retailers as customers and noted that turnover increased by an average of 5.2% compared to the first three months of 2023. In March in particular, turnover was more than 9% higher than in March 2023. This year was record warm and dry, while March 2023 was very wet and gloomy. The first quarter is not necessarily decisive for the whole year. The second and third quarters are the most important quarters for the bicycle industry, when consumers will look for a new bicycle to use in the spring and summer. Dirk Mulder, retail analyst at ING Bank, said that the retail industry is recovering overall, mainly due to slightly optimistic consumer confidence and improved disposable income. Mulder also mentioned the increasing number of visitors to the Far East Bicycle Exhibition. This is usually a good indication of the mood in the industry. In addition, Asian producers are once again cautious about accepting more orders. BOVAG said earlier this year that according to GfK, turnover will fall by 3.9% in 2023. This decline is attributed to high inflation. The drop in demand comes at a time when bike sellers have accumulated a lot of inventory. Manufacturers' orders are based on high sales figures for 2021 and 2022, FD said, but H&L did not tell the specifics of the inventory levels this spring. The accounting firm hopes to analyze this in the half-year data. At the moment, you hear that the market seems to have bottomed out, but in fact inventories are still high. Despite the fact that there are still a lot of bicycle stocks everywhere, the performance of bike retailers improved in the first quarter of 2024. The average performance of the benchmark as a percentage of turnover rose from 12.7% in 2023 to 13.8% (excluding entrepreneur remuneration). H&L said that the inventory problem will continue into the third quarter. It remains to be seen how much many companies will be able to reduce their inventory decisions in the coming months.

    June 17. 2024
  • EURO BIKE SHOW INVITATION
    EURO BIKE SHOW INVITATION

    We would like to cordially invite you and your company representatives to visit our booth Hall 9.1 B13D at the 2024 Euro bike Exhibition (July 3rd~5th). As one of the leading carbon frames manufacturers in China, we have over 16 years of experience in providing high-quality carbon frames. Our professional team, modern production facility and strict quality control system are reasons why we have longest brand customer cooperation and attract more new customers requirements. During the exhibition, we will show new designed frames including gravel frames and road frames,esp the RD55 is our newest 2024 super light weight carbons aero frames with only 780g weight. it will be exclusive cooperation discussion recently. It would be a pleasure to meet with you at the exhibition to discuss the latest carbon rims manufacturing technology. Please do not hesitate to contact us in advance if you would like to arrange a meeting with us there. We will be happy to prepare the information you require before the show. We look forward to meeting you!

    June 11. 2024
  • What is the Dragon Boat Festival and why is it celebrated?
    What is the Dragon Boat Festival and why is it celebrated?

    The Dragon Boat Festival (traditional Chinese: 端午節; simplified Chinese: 端午节; pinyin: Duānwǔ jié) is a traditional Chinese holiday which occurs on the fifth day of the fifth month of the Chinese calendar, which corresponds to late May or June in the Gregorian calendar. The holiday commemorates Qu Yuan who was the beloved prime minister of the southern Chinese state of Chu during the Warring States Period, about 600 B.C. to 200 B.C., and is celebrated by holding dragon boat races and eating sticky rice dumplings called zongzi, which were southern Chinese traditions. Dragon Boat Festival integrates praying for good luck and taking respite from the summer heat. In September 2009, UNESCO officially approved its inclusion in the Representative List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity, becoming the first Chinese holiday to be selected. History The Dragon Boat Festival is a traditional Chinese holiday that has been around in various forms for thousands of years. Its current iteration is an amalgamation of multiple different festivals and traditions. Two prevailing stories are often cited to explain the origin of this age-old holiday. Read on to discover the origins of the Dragon Boat Festival and learn more about the customs associated with this traditional celebration. The suicide of Qu Yuan In modern times, the most popular story explaining the origins of the Dragon Boat Festival concerns the death of Qu Yuan (屈原, Qū Yuán), a poet of the Warring States period (approx. 475 to 221 BC). At the time, it was common for Chinese literati to work in government, and Qu Yuan was no different. He served faithfully as a government official in the State of Chu for some time. After being slandered by another official, however, he was sent into exile. Qu Yuan spent his exile in a productive manner, writing many works of poetry, but his mind was troubled. The State of Chu was not doing well politically, and news of its various defeats at the hands of competing states sent Qu Yuan into a deep depression. Eventually, his despair in the face of the political situation drove him to commit suicide by drowning himself in Hunan Province’s Miluo River. During his time in exile, Qu Yuan had become quite popular with the local people. Legend has it that when they realized he was attempting to drown himself, the citizenry rushed in boats to the middle of the river in an attempt to save him or at least retrieve his body. Unable to find him and worried that fish would eat his body, they threw balls of sticky rice into the river in hopes that the fish would choose the rice over Qu Yuan. Avoiding bad luck in the fifth month Another possible explanation for the origins of the festival is linked to superstitions surrounding the date on which it falls. As noted above, the Dragon Boat Festival is also called the Double Fifth Festival because it falls on the 5th day of the 5th lunar month. Traditionally, the fifth lunar month was considered to be an unlucky time. People in ce...

    June 05. 2024
  • 3T’s new Strada Italia blends comfort and aerodynamics while adopting SRAM UDH
    3T’s new Strada Italia blends comfort and aerodynamics while adopting SRAM UDH

    The new Strada Italia completes 3T’s made-in-Italy collection and is claimed to be an aero road bike comfortable enough for everyday riding. The original 3T Strada caused a stir with its 1x drivetrain and unusual frame shape. The last 3T Strada ICR was arguably a more conventional design, embracing 2x drivetrains and 30mm tyres, and moving to fully integrated cable routing. The 3T Strada Italia shares much in common with the previous version, continuing to balance comfort and performance. But its geometry has been tweaked and it's optimised for tyres up to 35mm wide. It has also adopted SRAM’s Universal Derailleur Hanger (UDH) system. Made in Italy for reactivity, handling and comfort The 3T Strada Italia is manufactured in the same Bergamo factory as 3T’s Racemax Italia and Extrema Italia gravel bikes. 3T says the new aero road bike “shares the same filament winding and Resin Transfer Moulding (RTM) technology” as the other bikes, “which has allowed 3T to bring much of its production back to Italy”. The RTM technologies enable 3T’s engineers to have “complete control over the carbon layup process", according to the brand. 3T claims this enhances your riding experience in three ways: reactivity, handling and comfort. In terms of reactivity, 3T says its in-house engineering means the bike’s frame “gives you the energy return you look for whenever you want to up the pace”. 3T also says the short 408mm chainstays offer the feel of a race bike. The torsional stiffness-to-compliance at the Strada Italia’s head tube is said to help maximise the bike’s precision when cornering, which 3T says aids confidence, especially on challenging descents. Despite the reactivity and handling, 3T says the layup of the seat tube has been refined for comfort. This presumably contributes to the brand’s claim that the bike is suitable for professional racers and comfortable enough for everyday riders. 3T says the most significant change to increase comfort is in the shape of the curved aero cut-out seat tube, which is said to give the bike “vertical compliance without compromising energy transfer”. Updated geometry and aerodynamics for “real riders” Like the previous Strada ICR, 3T claims the Strada Italia is unique thanks to its comfort and aerodynamic efficiency. 3T says its carbon technology contributes to the bike’s aero and comfort balancing act. But it also says the bike’s geometry ensures you can find your optimal aerodynamic position while maximising performance. 3T hasn’t gone into great detail here. But comparing the 3T Strada ICR and Strada Italia’s geometry charts shows the new bike’s reach has decreased by 5mm and its stack has increased by 9mm for a size-56cm frame. This should put you in a slightly less stretched-out and more upright position. Meanwhile, the head tube angle is slightly slacker, which could translate to a more stable ride. While a more relaxed position may seem at odds with aerodynamics, 3T says an “aerodynamic bike is useless if the rider ...

    May 30. 2024
  • New made-in-Italy road bike completes 3T’s Italia collection and fits 35mm tyres
    New made-in-Italy road bike completes 3T’s Italia collection and fits 35mm tyres

    The new Strada Italia completes 3T’s made-in-Italy collection and is claimed to be an aero road bike comfortable enough for everyday riding. The original 3T Strada caused a stir with its 1x drivetrain and unusual frame shape. The last 3T Strada ICR was arguably a more conventional design, embracing 2x drivetrains and 30mm tyres, and moving to fully integrated cable routing. The 3T Strada Italia shares much in common with the previous version, continuing to balance comfort and performance. But its geometry has been tweaked and it's optimised for tyres up to 35mm wide. It has also adopted SRAM’s Universal Derailleur Hanger (UDH) system. Made in Italy for reactivity, handling and comfort The 3T Strada Italia is manufactured in the same Bergamo factory as 3T’s Racemax Italia and Extrema Italia gravel bikes. 3T says the new aero road bike “shares the same filament winding and Resin Transfer Moulding (RTM) technology” as the other bikes, “which has allowed 3T to bring much of its production back to Italy”. The RTM technologies enable 3T’s engineers to have “complete control over the carbon layup process", according to the brand. 3T claims this enhances your riding experience in three ways: reactivity, handling and comfort. In terms of reactivity, 3T says its in-house engineering means the bike’s frame “gives you the energy return you look for whenever you want to up the pace”. 3T also says the short 408mm chainstays offer the feel of a race bike. The torsional stiffness-to-compliance at the Strada Italia’s head tube is said to help maximise the bike’s precision when cornering, which 3T says aids confidence, especially on challenging descents. Despite the reactivity and handling, 3T says the layup of the seat tube has been refined for comfort. This presumably contributes to the brand’s claim that the bike is suitable for professional racers and comfortable enough for everyday riders. 3T says the most significant change to increase comfort is in the shape of the curved aero cut-out seat tube, which is said to give the bike “vertical compliance without compromising energy transfer”. Updated geometry and aerodynamics for “real riders” Like the previous Strada ICR, 3T claims the Strada Italia is unique thanks to its comfort and aerodynamic efficiency. 3T says its carbon technology contributes to the bike’s aero and comfort balancing act. But it also says the bike’s geometry ensures you can find your optimal aerodynamic position while maximising performance. 3T hasn’t gone into great detail here. But comparing the 3T Strada ICR and Strada Italia’s geometry charts shows the new bike’s reach has decreased by 5mm and its stack has increased by 9mm for a size-56cm frame. This should put you in a slightly less stretched-out and more upright position. Meanwhile, the head tube angle is slightly slacker, which could translate to a more stable ride. While a more relaxed position may seem at odds with aerodynamics, 3T says an “aerodynamic bike is useless if the rider ...

    May 15. 2024
  • World Champion’s XC Bike Pinarello Dogma XC Review
    World Champion’s XC Bike Pinarello Dogma XC Review

    The Pinarello Dogma XC was designed by Ineos Grenadiers rider Tom Pidcock, who won the first round of the UCI XC World Cup in Novo Mesto. After a year with Pidcock and Pauline Ferrand-Prévot, Dogma XC is now ready for commercial release. The Dogma XC remains essentially the same as the first prototype, with just a few tweaks to the connecting rods and a lighter design at Ferrand-Prévot's request. The bikes available for purchase are essentially the same bikes ridden by the two world champions, with some component changes. When designing the bike, Pinarello and Pidcock wanted to achieve four key goals: extreme stiffness for maximum responsiveness, the ability to adapt to suspension travel on different routes, progressive kinematics, and lightness combined with handling ability on technical descents Spend. The bike is designed for elite racers and the ride feel reflects that. The stiff rear triangle and bottom bracket provide impressive power transfer. The release of the Dogma XC marks Pinarello’s renewed focus on mountain biking and plans to expand its MTB range. The Pinarello Dogma XC frame is made from the brand’s premium carbon fiber, Toray M40J, and has a unique shape. The rear triangle features a patented asymmetric design that increases stiffness on the non-drive side to compensate for the power the rider exerts on the drive side, which is said to create an extremely stiff platform for efficient power transfer. The bottom bracket design is unique to the frame. Pinarello says it has a cutout triangle that optimizes stiffness while providing space for oversized bearings and a solid pivot point in the rear triangle. Pinarello’s split rear triangle design combines two “half-triangles” around the main pivot point, eliminating the need to connect the seatstays and chainstays. This innovation is said to shorten the chainstay length, improve handling and enhance responsiveness. The design is said to reduce mud buildup and provide clearance for tires up to 2.4 inches. The shock linkage is made of aluminum and is adjustable for increased rear travel; 90mm (190x45mm) and 100mm (210x50mm) rear shocks are compatible, while the frame can accommodate 100mm or 120mm front forks. All models come with electronic shifting, but the frame is compatible with mechanical drivetrains and there’s a hole in the frame for cables under the chainstay protector. The frame accommodates cranksets up to 40t and mounts two water bottles on the downtube, making it ideal for marathon racers or long-distance training rides. Fox also offers a cable-mounted Transfer SL dropper post with a 100mm drop and Kashima coating. The bike is equipped with DT Swiss XRC 1200 Spline carbon wheels shod with Maxxis Rekon Race 2.35-inch semi-slick racing tires. Pinarello opts for SRAM electronic derailleur.

    May 06. 2024
  • HAPPY LABOUR'S DAY
    HAPPY LABOUR'S DAY

    Happy Labour's Day! The Labour's Day is coming here, and Xiamen Tour de Cycling Industry&Trade Co.,Ltd. just wanted to wish you all the best. we will be closed for holiday from May 01-May 05, and come back to work from May 06.  Xiamen Tour de Cycling Industry&Trade Co.,Ltd.will keep to develop and design new and more carbon bike frames to you! then you can visit our website www.xmtourdecycling.com to look for more frames options!

    April 30. 2024
  • Cane Creek releases details about Invert gravel fork with only 900g
    Cane Creek releases details about Invert gravel fork with only 900g

    The new Cane Creek Invert is a lightweight suspension fork designed specifically for gravel bikes. The Cane Creek Invert is an inverted fork; there are some good reasons for being inverted - the design reduces unsprung weight, keeps oil flowing while allowing less dirt to get inside, and provides more oil at the top of the fork Tire clearance. But it’s worth noting that brands like Rock Shox that experimented with lightweight inverted forks no longer offer them. The Invert Gravel suspension uses air springs and comes in two different versions. The Invert SL is the lighter version, weighing in at 990g and having 30mm of travel. The Invert CS is a bit heavier at 1113g, but adds a climb switch and an extra 10mm of travel for 40mm of squeeze. The climb switch on the Invert CS is actually a button that is said to click like a pen. How does it compare to competitors? Gravel suspension forks are available from Fox and Rock Shox, although both are heavier than the Cane Creek Invert. The Fox 32 TC weighs in at around 1214g, but the fork offers more travel, with 40mm and 50mm versions available. The Rock Shox Rudy also weighs in at over 1200g and has similar travel to the Invert at 30mm and 40mm. Like the Cane Creek forks, both the Fox and Rock Shox gravel forks have clearance to accommodate 700x50c tires. Cane Creek Inverted Fork Key Specifications Weight: SL version 990 grams, CS version 1113 grams Suspension travel: 30mm for SL version, 40mm for CS version Tire clearance: 700x50c Price: $1,099 (SL) and $1,199 (CS) Available summer 2024

    April 24. 2024
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