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In celebration of the 2014 Tour de France’s three-week, 3,656km journey from Leeds in the UK to the iconic Champs-Elysees in central Paris—many sponsors have gone the extra mile by creating custom parts and paint for their riders. We’ve selected a few components that caught our eye.



SkyDogma
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We take a look at the weapons the 22 teams riding the 2014 Tour de France have chosen for their journey to Paris.



Oli_Main
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Our Gear Ed was in Switzerland last week for the launch of Scott’s 2015 range of mountain bikes. While the complete range will not be available in SA, we take a look at the bikes that were unveiled – some with the expected upgrades and a few rad developments!



Photo: Michael Darter
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Whether you’re in training, needing a nudge, or trying to drop some kilos, this 6-week blueprint is guaranteed to help you shed weight, get stronger, and feel happier.



Rain1
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You can’t predict the weather, but you can prepare for it, With planning, you can quickly change your clothes according to the changing weather – without having to stop the ride.



Photo: Thomas Gruener
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Even a time-crunched cyclist can build a strong aerobic base with this simple plan.



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