Lucy Garner to Join Argos Shimano Womens Team
John Degenkolb Powers His Felt F1 to Europe Tour Win
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Lucy Garner to Join Argos Shimano Womens Team
Lucy Garner to join Argos Shimano; Lucy Garner is the junior World and European Champion. In August, she assured herself of that title in the Dutch province of Zeeland. For the young Briton her move to Team Argos-Shimano is like a dream come true. In the past she made it known that she hoped to race for a Dutch team one day. "I would love to live and race in the Netherlands. Beautiful races and nice people. What more do you want?"
John Degenkolb Powers His Felt F1 to Europe Tour Win
John Degenkolb riding his Felt F1 of team Argos Shimano on Sunday assured himself of the overall victory in the Europe Tour with 596 points. A fourth place in Paris-Tours was sufficient for the 23-year-old sprinter to win the season long competition.

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Felt Bikes Weighed up and Weighed by Bike Rumour
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Chris from Arundel shares his thoughts on rallies......

"My ride report:

In Texas, Grand Fondos are called rallies and I paid money to have my head kicked in at one Saturday. The thundering herd left town at a good pace and when the youngsters stretched the rubber band on the (small) hills, it caused a split. I ended up on the wrong side of the split, in the lead group. I say wrong side because I planned on hiding all day and talking but ended up having to do 1/8th of the work – which I hate.
But it got worse. My one club mate (in the lead group) and I were both dropped on later hills with another hapless moron, so now it was 1/3rd of the work. Needless to say, only 100kms of bike riding and I was destroyed.

You have no idea of how bad it sucks to have no talent, no engine.

Regards,

cw