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Welcome to the EurekaBike blog, a magazine with weekly updates where you will find a selection of the most interesting news related to the world of cycling.
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Trek and SRAM have just released a video where they show master mechanic, Sean Murphy, of Fluid Function in Squamish, B.C. assembling one of the two builds Brandon Semenuk will be travelling with to the Red Bull Rampage, seeking an unprecedented fourth title. Brandon Semenuk's 2021 Red Bull Rampage build is the bike you'd expect a five-time Joyride and three-time Rampage champion to ride. With big travel, and big trick potential, his custom 27.5/26 mulleted Trek Session is set up with a one-of-a-kind BlackBox AXS drivetrain, and a 190mm single crown RockShox Zeb Ultimate. Trek Session SRAM Rampage build details Frame: custom built Trek Session 27.5" / 26" Mullet Derailleur: BlackBox XX1 Eagle AXS short cage Controller: SRAM AXS Cassette: SRAM X01 DH Chain: SRAM Eagle Crankset: SRAM X01 DH DUB | 165mm, with custom crank damper Fork: RockShox Zeb Ultimate | 190mm, 44m offset, 3 Tokens, 63.5 PSI, HSC open, LSC 9 clicks to closed Shock: RockShox Super Deluxe Ultimate DH with MegNeg air can | 270 PSI, 4.5 tokens in Positive, 2 Bands in Negative, Rebound 5 clicks to closed, LSC 9 clicks to closed. Front Brake: SRAM Code RSC | Routed through Zeb steerer tube. Rear Brake: SRAM Code RSC | Extra long brake hose for 3 full rotations of handlebars. Rotors: SRAM HS2 200mm (front & rear) Wheels: Industry Nine 27.5" / 26" Handlebar: Chromag OSX LTD Stem: Chromag Ranger V2 Seatpost: Truvativ Noir T40 Front Tire: Maxxis Assegai 27.5 x 2.5" EXO+ Maxx Grip Rear Tire: Maxxis Minion DHR2 26 x 2.4" DH Casing Maxx Grip Saddle: Chromag Overture LTD Grips: Chromag Clutch Pedals: Chromag Synth Check out the video See how Brandon's mechanic builds up this stunning rig piece by piece with sharp accuracy. Follow us on EurekaBike.com, the bicycle marketplace with updated listings of thousands of bikes, bike offers near you and tech specs from the World's most famous bike brands. Plus, a rich blog section with articles about road professional cycling, MTB, downhill, BMX, tech issues and curiosities from the bike industry!
We are now at the end of the World Tour road season 2021, with only Lombardia as a classic monument to be disputed. The year of cycling's rebirth, after the Covid drama and the consequent unfortunate and odd 2020 season, proved to be exceptional. A beautiful series of races, which has finally seen the attendance of the public, with a large and competent presence, perhaps even greater than expected. Cycling is alive and well: a traditional popular sport, but capable of thrilling ever-increasing numbers of fans, both from the point of view of spectators and practitioners. Speaking more broadly, we cannot fail to mention the boom that women's cycling is having, from the youth categories to the pros.As for the men, we still have in our eyes the legendary ride in the mud of the heroes of Paris-Roubaix, from which a mighty Sonny Colbrelli emerged. A race like this is the most effective commercial in favor of a sport that is too often mistreated: those who were lucky enough to follow it on TV, not to mention who was on the spot, witnessed one of the toughest, most fought and most uncertain competitions of the last years. The Azzurri victory rejoices us because an Italian has finally managed to climb the top of the podium after 22 years (the last triumph was that of Andrea Tafi in 1999) and because he delivers a true champion to the history and future of this sport, who has perhaps obtained all together what bad luck had taken away from him in previous years. In a few months, the Italian, European and Roubaix championships, plus another five spare victories. But, beyond the winner, it seems right to cheer all the actors on that epic and terrible stage made of pavé in the north of France. A world elite of athletes who make the classic monuments, as well as the stage races, always uncertain and battle-hardened. The balance of Italian cycling A season that for Italy, still orphan of a competitive athlete in stage races, sees the consecration of Filippo Ganna. The Verbanese is now number one in the world in time trials, a status achieved after dominating the Giro d'Italia, in the Olympic pursuit quartet and in confirming the world title against time. Having already said about Colbrelli, and awaiting the maturation of some interesting young people, the rest of the dish is a bit poor, with athletes now in decline (Nibali), or good cyclists but hardly competitive with superstars. However, if we had to bet on someone in the season, we would do it on Gianni Moscon. A moving and unfortunate campaign at Roubaix: left on the run alone more than 50 km from the finish, he resisted with just over a minute on a handful of unleashed pursuers and only a puncture and a fall 15 km from the goal took him away a possible victory. This race is tailored to his characteristics and we are sure that his arrival at Astana next year will be a springboard for his talent, not only in the French race, but also in many other races. A talent that perhaps in recent years has remained entangled in the tactics of Sky /Ineos, but is ready to explode, a bit like Colbrelli did this year.To extend the reasoning in other categories, we meet a huge blue booty not only at the Olympics (where the track pursuit is a certainty), but also and above all at the World Road Championships in Belgium. Apart from the absence of victories in the Elite men's online test to which we are unfortunately accustomed for some time, we have dominated in many other races: the golds of Elisa Balsamo in the women's Elite, of Filippo Baroncini in the Under 23 and the triumph of Ganna himself are to demonstrate that the Italian cycling movement is varied and solid. Is modern cycling back to the past? We said that the season has been beautiful: the young superstars Pogacar and Evenepoel have matured at the speed of light, the now very strong Van der Poel, Van Aert and Alaphilippe guarantee a show at every race in which they participate. Roglic is a tractor on all terrains, Bernal has consolidated himself as king in stage races with a nice triumph at the Giro d'Italia. Cycling is obviously changing, and it's doing it for the better. Not only has the new generation finally knocked out the senators who wrote cycling a few years ago, but the races themselves have changed. We see far fewer tactics, and teams are no longer able to keep racing tied up like they were a few years ago. Fewer trains uphill without the possibility of escape (Team Sky in this was the master team), fewer sprint finishes in the flat and valley stages. This translates into great chances of the escapes to arrive: only at the Giro d'Italia, the few fugitives, or the single (even more often) have reached the finish line in 15 occasions out of 19 available stages online. And at the Tour and the Vuelta the music doesn't change that much, with the group often not being able to control the race, which gave new motivation to the day's escapes and solitary breakaways. We have discovered lesser-known riders, who have risen to the world limelight with their achievements: whether they are young emerging or lieutenants and gregari who can crown their career with a victory. We have tasted again a beautiful and ancient cycling, less tied to the tactical logic of the great teams, but more inclined to the romantic solitary breakaway, perhaps with an ending that smiles on David against Goliath! 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Fabio Aru's announcement of his retirement from competitive activity comes unexpected, but reasonably not too much. The Cavaliere dei Quattro Mori had in 2021 perhaps the last useful year to climb that downfall and regain a competitiveness that would allow him, if not to win a Grand Tour, at least to fight for the top positions. After a slow half of the season dedicated to grinding races and kilometers, the Sardinian seemed to have found a lost alchemy: two second places in a row at the Sibiu Tour and at the more qualified Vuelta a Burgos had shown a faint light at the end of the tunnel and given new motivation for the Vuelta España. In the Iberian grand-tour, which has been running in these weeks, after a promising start, Aru has unfortunately shown the chronic weaknesses that occur after the first week of racing. However, the awareness that he could no longer be the cyclist able to win the Vuelta in 2015 and to wear the yellow jersey at the Tour after a series of feats in the mountains was probably already triggered. A decline that began in 2018, due to a serious iliac artery problem and, some say, a wrong mental attitude. The decline of Quintana, Sagan, Bardet and Pinot But there is one more element: in the bygone era of cycling psycho-physical maturity was reached around 30 years after a slow and constant improvement during the previous years (think of Moser, Bugno, Chiappucci, Indurain, Pantani, Basso). In today's two-wheeled professionalism, on the other hand, there is a decline in performance of great champions around that age. Nairo Quintana, winner of the Giro and Vuelta between the ages of 24 and 26, has long been unable to fight for the top. Peter Sagan, to whom we also wish great victories in the future, is not even distant relative of the three-time World Champion and of the one who dominated the classics of the north. Cavendish himself, after a fulminating career in sprints that brought him more than 100 victories, faded for several years at the age of 30. He found the winning form again this season, but greatly thanks to the perfect organization of the Deceunink train. The list could continue, with fine athletes who have had an impressive downward trend such as Mikel Landa, the French Pinot and Bardet (winner of a stage at the Vuelta, but never in the standings in recent years), not to mention the sensational stop by Tom Dumoulin. There are those who blame programming: in modern cycling you become a professional at a very young age after many years spent in the youth category at the highest level of performance, in order to get victories very soon (Sagan and Cavendish won in professionals already at 21) , or, in other cases (such as Aru and the French) the young cyclists are immediately subjected to great responsibilities and consequent enormous efforts as lieutenants and then as captains. The consequence is paying a heavy duty in terms of winning career shortness. Sports medicine tells us that an athlete's physique is like an engine: its duration is long but not unlimited. If you exceed with the mileage, with the exploitation at maximum power, the over-revs, then the risk of breakdown or loss of power will occur ahead of the due time. The exception of Primoz Roglic and the new generation of champions A confirmation of the rule is given by Primoz Roglic who is still among the strongest in the world and there are no signs of decline at almost 32 years. But the Slovenian, after a sports career that began in ski jumping, landed in cycling at the age of 24, becoming a constant winner only two years later. Put simply, an engine that is still “fresh” compared to many of his colleagues. The splendor of a new generation of two-wheel phenomena, which has given the final push to the old guard, and which has raised the bar of youth even more, is part of this global picture of professional cycling: Pogacar capable of winning the Tour at 21 and become the strongest in the world, Egan Bernal able to dominate the Giro at 24, 2 years after the triumph at Champs-Élysées, Filippo Ganna being the number 1 in the world in time trials at 25. And behind them, a brood of very youngcyclists destined to write the history of the future: Evenepoel, Pidcock, Vingegard. Without forgetting that the true champions Van der Poel and Van Aert are only 26 years old ... We will see if their career will decline according to the current trend, or if they will be able to prove the theories of sports medicine wrong and have a longer career. From the height of his 41 years, their legendary grandfather Alejandro Valverde continues to run and well… but this is another exceptional story, even studied in Spanish universities! On EurekaBike.it, the bicycle marketplace, you will find interesting blog articles on road racing, mtb, downhill, technique, curiosity, lifestyle and many price lists and sheets of the top brands in the world of wheels!
The UCI World Championships in Val di Sole brought not only many sporting emotions, confirming Nino Schurter and Greg Minaar as the greatest of all time (GOAT) respectively in cross country and downhill. The world championships in Val di Sole, the most important MTB sporting event of the year, also saw the birth of the new collaboration between the EurekaBike portal and the most important Italian association dedicated to the promotion and teaching of mountain biking: AMIBike - Scuola Nazionale Maestri di Mountain Bike ed E-Bike. The collaboration was born in a completely natural way from a shared vision on the founding values of sport and from the mutual conviction that a young and dynamic reality like EurekaBike can provide great added value to a historical and consolidated reality like AMIBike. Likewise, it is believed that AMIBike can help EurekaBike to make itself known more quickly and to increase the number of offers on the platform, thus generating added value for all users. AMIBike activities AMIBIke is the most structured and widespread association of Mountain Bike Masters operating on the national territory. Thousands of members can access training and educatonal update services (but also have a point of reference for the protection of their rights) and enjoy special commercial conditions with the various partners and sponsors. All aimed at spreading the phenomenon of mountain biking in a safe and sustainable way, avoiding improvised situations, that usually play against the whole Movement. Every year courses for training hundreds of new mountain bike and e-bike instructors, guides, and masters are organized. Students learn a mentality and a professional attitude and are able, in the end, to safely accompany bicycle enthusiasts to discover Nature and all aspects of the mountain bike world. AMIBike, present in a widespread manner on the Italian territory, organizes numerous training courses every year. They issue an official certificate that proves the acquisition of all the necessary skills to be an officially recognized teacher or guide of mountain bikes and e-bikes. The official recognition comes from CSI and CONI (Italian national sports Federations), through the AMIBike certification. In over twenty years of activity, AMIBike has defined teaching and training methods that are now a point of reference in the sector. Thanks to this approach, AMIBIke also collaborates with regions, provinces and municipalities, performing rookies sports & cycling programs in schools. Thank to special protocols specifically designed by AMIBike, they teach the basic skills of mountain bike to children startin from 18 months old, and pursuing the vision of sport as a "school of life" and as an opportunity to educate young people both in basic motor skills and in healthy lifestyle habits and high educational value. AMIBike also organizes and leads programs to introduce kids and adults to the use of mountain bikes. EurekaBike the ideal technologic infrastructure Andrea Trivellato, founder of AMIBIke, and its main promoter since 1997, says: "We have long wanted to offer our associates useful and innovative digital services, but we did not have the technological infrastructure to put these projects on the ground. EurekaBike immediately seemed to be the ideal solution to give substance to our ideas and the desire to AMIBike to provide increasingly useful and interesting benefits to all members. " EurekaBike aims to become a global search engine that collects organized information not only on the price lists of bikes and components but also in terms of bicycle-related experiences and services offered to those who visit the site. The wide-ranging collaboration project involves that in the coming months, the AMIBike staff will work together with EurekaBike to build a digital tool dedicated to guides, masters and tour operators in the cycling sector, able to offer visibility to those who offer these services and advanced search functionality to all users who are interested in them. Stay connected and check the EurekaWorld blog section for the next news on the EurekaBike world!
Relive in a new and exciting way the spectacular Downhill Elite Men race on the Black Snake in Val di Sole, valid for the 2021 UCI MTB World Championships. Watch this fantastic video that shows, rider by rider and section by section all the race flow. You will have the impression of being on the sides of the Black Snake in an ideal run made by composing all the main sections of the track, each covered one by one by the riders who had access to the final. The RAW editing lets you relive the atmosphere of the UCI Downhill World Championships in Val di Sole. Passages at normal (supersonic) speed and in slow-motion to appreciate the way bicycles and riders behave between the roots and stones of one of the most iconic Downhill tracks in the world. More than this, today an historic sporting achievement has been accomplished, and for this we also feel we have to share the result of these UCI Downhill World Championships 2021 that have just ended in Val di Sole. The Black Snake saw today Greg Minaar triumph (at almost 40 years old!). The fourth victory of his career in the most important event of the UCI circus and the first on the technical Trentino track. The South African of the Syndicate Santa Cruz team demonstrated his timeless greatness to the whole World with an extraordinary performance that forced all the youngest riders to step aside. Benoît Coulange (silver), Troy Brosnan (bronze), Loïc Bruni, Loris Vergier, Danny Hart, Amaury Pierron (who came from an injury), team-mate Luca Shaw and many other opponents had a tough start, but they could do nothing against Greg’s solid consistency who, with this result, puts the icing on the cake to an incredible career spanning over 20 years, and further consolidates his position as GOAT (Greatest of All Time) in the world of DH. Beyond this great sporting result that certainly deserves to be told, the Downhill race of the Elite Men on the Black Snake of Val di Sole was spectacular. Thinking of gaps of a few split second on a track featuring that technical level can only make us imagine how close the competition that took place at Daolasa was. Then, watch the video we found for you and… have fun at full throttle! Here it is: