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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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We are now in the week of the Milano-Sanremo, the eagerly awaited first classic monument which will take place on Saturday. It is the 114th edition of the "classicissima" or "spring world championship" which was held in 1907 for the first time (the French Petit-Breton won). A timeless charm of a race that more than any other embodies the spirit of cycling by combining historical tradition with modernity. It is the longest professional one-day race (294km) and the fastest, averaging over 45km/h. It has an almost unchanged route for decades that connects Milan and the Po valley to the sea: the final part unfolds along the beautiful Ligurian coast (which unfortunately cyclists do not have time to appreciate) and then reaches the city of flowers and the Festival. A classic and long route An easy route, of course, but as the saying goes, cyclists make the race. The absence of altimetric difficulties means that it can be within everyone's reach with the consequence that it is very difficult to interpret. An itinerary that all cycling enthusiasts know by heart: departure early in the morning in Milan, with the classic breakaway of the day and the sleepy group that leaves the ephemeral glory to the carneads. Then the docile Turchino pass (588 m, the highest altitude reached by the race) and then embark on the long descent towards the sea. Along the coast Varazze, Savona, Finale, Albenga, Alassio and Laigueglia. Here there will be 55 km to go to the end and the runners will find the first bumps of the coast where the race, if it hasn't done it yet, enters the hot phase: the leaders Mele, Cervo and Berta to create havoc in the peloton and force the teams to death. Finally the two straps of Cipressa and Poggio, where, especially in the latter, you can decide the race. The latter is a mere 3700m climb at 3.7% with peaks at 8% near the summit. Not much, but enough to make a selection with the best who will give everything and then launch themselves into the dizzying descent (which ends just over 1 km from the finish). A rich roll of honor History shows us that it is the only monument within the reach of sprinters, but that doesn't limit the possibilities to them. In practice, the Saremo was won with every possible tactic: escape from afar, finisseur sprint uphill, sprint downhill, sprint in small ranks, group sprint. If we scroll through the roll of honor, all the elite of cycling is here: Girardengo (who won it 6 times), Binda, the epic story of Bartali and Coppi (4-3 for the Tuscan in the count of victories), Van Steenbergen, Bobet. Then the glorious 70s with Mercx (7 victories), Gimondi, De Vlaeminck. Gavazzi, Moser, Saronni (who triumphed with the World Champion shirt), the unforgettable Professor Fignon (two consecutive successes), Bugno and Chiappucci. At the turn of the millennium there was an endless series of victories by sprinters, including Erik Zabel (4 victories), Freire, Cipollini, Petacchi and even Cavendish. In more recent times, who has forgotten the fantastic triumph of Nibali who sprinted downhill in the face of the peloton? That marks the fact that riders with the most diverse characteristics have a chance in Sanremo. The victory of the Sicilian is also the only tricolor in the last 17 years and we believe that, barring incredible surprises, the statistics will be extended by another year. This year's favourites Guessing the winner of the Milan-San Remo is almost like winning the lottery, but let's do an analysis of the suitors, according to the categories- Sprinters: Jasper Philipsen (Alpecin) seems to be in the best shape in the light of the results at the Tirreno-Adriatico. The Belgian has excellent leg, can hold on on the Poggio and can count on Mathieu Van der Poel, should the Dutchman not be brilliant for the win. Mads Pedersen (Trek-Segafredo) has already won twice this year (including a short time trial) proving to have depth and speed. Fabio Jakobsen (Soudal-Quickstep) is also very fit and the young emerging Arnaud De Lie (Lotto-Dstny), who has Caleb Ewan in his team, can never be underestimated (twice second in Sanremo). A step below look like Demare (Groupama-FDJ) and Sam Bennet (Bora-Hansgrohe) and Groenewegen (Jayco-Alula)- Finisseur chapter: quite ample space, even if this year the big names don't seem to be in top form yet. If Alaphilippe didn't pedal badly at the Tirreno, Van der Poel proved he doesn't have the leg. However, never trust these champions who can pull the rabbit out of the hat when you least expect it. Jumbo-Visma seems particularly fierce, because in addition to Van Aert who has never been a protagonist (but we could assume that he did pre-tactical), he can count on the emerging Hungarian Attila Valter and on Cristoph Laporte, tough uphill and solid in the sprint. Downhillers: history shows that Sanremo can be won by descending the Poggio with technique and courage. Van Aert thus won in '20 and the already mentioned Nibali. But it's Mohoric we're thinking about: we still have our eyes on last year's ride and after what we saw at the Strade Bianche, the Slovenian is rightfully among the favourites, even if we have to go back to 2001 (Erik Zabel) to have a double win over the years consecutive-. The other phenomenal downhill racer is Tom Pidcock, recent winner of the Strade Bianche, who is however weighed down by the uncertainty of the two crashes at the Tirreno-Adriatico. If he has recovered he will be considered one of the candidates for victory. The outsiders: Magnus Cort strong in the sprint and Nelson Powless in excellent shape uphill (both from EF) Cosnefroy (AG2R), shrewd rider capable of winning line races and let's put in Filipppo Ganna! It would be fantastic to see the Verbanese triumph: honestly given the parterre de roi it is almost impossible, but let's suppose that he keeps on the Poggio in a small group of attackers and then goes away at the last km while the others are watching each other... Separate chapter: Tadej Pogačar. We place the Slovenian phenomenon in a category of its own because nobody knows his limits, not even himself. He won Paris-Nice with embarrassing ease, he's monstrous uphill and in a small group he's quite fast. To give an idea of the superiority, in the last two years he has won 81% of the stage races he has entered. Sure, Sanremo is a one-day race with a flat finish, but who knows... we're talking about a champion who at 24 has already won Liège and Lombardia (not to mention the 2 Tours) and could still amaze on Via Roma with class. creativity and courage! The rating: **** Philipsen, Jakobsen, Pedersen, Pogačar *** Alaphilippe, Van Aert, De Lie, Mohoric ** Pidcok, Van der Poel, Ewan, Bennet, Merlier * Groenewegen, Valter, Laporte, Ganna, Cort, Powless
A stunning Tom Pidcock dominates the Strade Bianche, the first top cycling classic of 2023 Last Saturday, the first appointment with great cycling, the legendary Strade Bianche, took place in the suggestive setting of the Sienese hills. A route of 184 km, of which 63 on dirt roads, which every year puts the skills of two-wheel professionals to the test in one-day races. The race, which does not have an old tradition as it was organized starting from 2007, quickly became the unofficial sixth classic monument. Born as an evolution of the Gran Fondo Eroica, it saw Moreno Moser as the first winner and then a roll of honor full of big names in cycling. The race This edition, characterized by variable weather with lots of rain especially in the initial stages, saw the victory of the 23-year-old Englishman Tom Pidcock. The British talent attacked when there were more than 50 km to go to the finish line, breaking away from the group of the best to reach De Marchi who at that moment was recovering from a long escape. After the two collaborated for about ten km, Pidcock decided it was time for a lunge and was left alone in a stretch of downhill dirt road. There were 40 km left to go to the finish line including the dreaded stretch of Monte Sante Marie, with gradients of up to 12%, with many uncertainties due to the resistance of a single man on the run since the advantage over the best pursuers never exceeded 30". Behind a small group of about ten riders including Benoot, Rui Costa, Mohoric, Madouas and Valter took turns in pursuit without being able to crown the achievement. The dimunutive star of INEOS (1.70m for 58kg) managed to face the attacks and maintain a lead that was reduced to 13 seconds, to then give it his all on the final ramp of via Santa Caterina before triumphing in Piazza del Campo. The Briton thus seals a very promising start to his career, which had seen him excel not only in one-day road races (third in Flanders last year), but also in off-road, mountain-bike Olympic champion in Tokyo and world champion of cyclo-cross, making him one of the most versatile riders ever. In second place Valentin Madouas of the Grupama and third Benoot of Jumbo-Visma, a team that has attracted criticism for the reckless tactics of Attila Valter (on paper the Belgian's lieutenant), who instead of trying to bring his captain back under when Pidcock was in sight, he launched into ineffective and expensive shots that produced nothing, except to increase the nervousness of the pursuers, frustrated by the failure to catch. Italian disappointment The Strade Bianche was followed by numerous enthusiasts along the Tuscan route, and even more in the streets of Siena up to the suggestive conclusion in Piazza del Campo, which sees more public only during the Palio. Unfortunately a bad day for the Italian colours, with only Formolo and Bettiol present in the crucial stages. The first was delayed by a puncture and finished in ninth place, while it went worse for the Tuscan of EF who, after an escape attempt, was stopped by a spectacular fall downhill fortunately without consequences. The season that should be the one of the relaunch in a blue key does not start in the best way: young emerging players like Zana and Bagioli have never been in the heat of the race. Also disappointing was the performance of the super favorite on the eve, Mathieu Van der Poel who, despite being in the group of the best, didn't seem to have the leg to respond to the attacks when the race entered the final stages. The post-race interview "I hadn't planned the attack, but on a downhill section I got a bit of an advantage and kept going" said Pidcock at the finish. "At 5km from the finish, when the gap narrowed, I was afraid I'd ruined everything with this premature attack, but then I resisted." The Englishman's success confirms the Ineos-Grenadiers team, which rides with Pinarello bikes, one of the top teams in the world (it also includes the stellar Filippo Ganna). Upcoming appointments for top cycling are the Tirreno-Adriatico, the Paris-Nice and then the first appointment of the classic monuments, with the Milan-San Remo, on Saturday 18 March. Keep following us on EurekaBike! You will find thousands of price lists, technical data sheets and sales announcements from the best manufacturers and the main bicycle shops, and a rich blog section where we talk about sport, technique, the bicycle market and curiosities!
If you're an Italian bike reseller or an Italian bike shop looking to expand your reach and sell more products, you might be considering Subito.it as your online marketplace of choice. Subito.it is not the only choice But did you know that there's a specialized bicycle marketplace with a broader range of products and a more modern user interface? That's right, it's called EurekaBike, and it offers a range of benefits for resellers, including the potential to increase your sales and make you save a lot of money. While Subito.it is a general classified website that includes various categories such as cars, real estate, and jobs, EurekaBike is a specialized marketplace exclusively for bicycles, bike accessories, and cycling-related services. This means that if you're specifically interested in bicycles and cycling equipment, EurekaBike would be the better option. Advantages to join EurekaBike as Vendor One of the biggest advantages of joining EurekaBike as a reseller is the personal assistance that will guide you in the optimization and boost of the online presence of your bicycle shop. You will be able to publish sales offer for both new and used bicycles and accessories, including high-end, premium items that might not find the perfect match on Subito.it. This means that, as a reseller, you'll have access to a much more targeted audience, which can help you stand out from the competition. Another benefit of joining EurekaBike is our much more modern and streamlined user interface. Our detailed product pages, advanced search options, and the ability to filter results by brand, size, and price range make it easier for buyers to find what they're looking for. This leads to double-digit conversion rates for resellers who are featured on our platform. Sell your bikes worldwide EurekaBike provides resellers with the ability to reach a super-trageted audience, specifically interested in your products. Our website is available in several European countries, including Italy, France, Germany, Spain, and the UK. As well, it is growing steadily in the USA and in the Middle-East. This means that by affiliating with us, resellers have the potential to reach a larger customer base than they might be able to on other single-country marketplaces. A little price for highly valuable services To truly take advantage of all these benefits, we recommend signing up for our paid plan. Contat us from our Become a Vendor page to know all the details. Our paid plans offer additional features and benefits, such as the ability to create a custom storefront, increase the visibility of your products, and access to detailed analytics to help you optimize your sales strategy. By investing in a paid plan, resellers can increase their sales potential and take their business to the next level. So if you're a bike reseller looking to expand your reach and sell more products, EurekaBike is the ideal online marketplace for you. Our wide range of products, modern user interface, and potential for a vertical and bike-only oriented audience makes us a top choice for bicycle resellers. By investing in a paid plan with EurekaBike, you can increase your sales potential and take your business to new heights. So why wait? Join EurekaBike today and start selling more bicycles and cycling accessories. With respect to Subito.it, EurekaBike offers a more specialized and modern approach to reselling bicycles and cycling accessories. By investing in a paid plan that starts at only 100€, you can access an ultra-targeted audience, and optimize your sales strategy to take your physical bicycle-retail business towards the future.
If you are a bicycle enthusiast but live in a house or apartment with limited space, you may have already considered buying a folding bicycle. This type of bicycle is increasingly popular with urban residents looking for an environmentally friendly, efficient and easy to store means of transport. In this article, we'll explore the benefits of folding bikes, the different models available, and how to choose the right one for your needs. The advantages of folding bicycles The main distinguishing feature of folding bikes is their ability to fold up compactly and be easy to transport. This makes them the ideal choice for those who live in apartments with little space, for those who want to take their bicycle by car or on public transport, or simply for those who want to store it in the office. But folding bikes aren't just convenient to store. They are also very versatile and suitable for many different situations. For example, if you live in a city with heavy traffic, a folding bike can be a perfect solution to avoid traffic and save time. Additionally, many folding bikes are equipped with cutting-edge technologies, such as 8- or 9-speed shifting systems, disc brakes, and suspension. These features make them just as performing as traditional bicycles, but with the advantage of being able to fold and store easily. The different models of folding bicycles There are many different models of folding bikes on the market, each with its own unique characteristics. Here is an overview of the most common models: Large wheel folding bikes: These bikes have larger wheels (usually 26 to 28 inches) than other folding bike designs. This means they offer a smoother and more stable ride, but are also bigger and heavier than other models. Small wheel folding bikes: These bikes have smaller wheels (usually 16 to 20 inches) and are generally lighter and more compact than other models. They are also more manoeuvrable and easier to transport, but offer a less stable and comfortable ride than large-wheeled bicycles. Electric folding bikes: These bikes are equipped with an electric motor that provides pedaling assistance. This means you can ride for longer and over more challenging terrain with less fatigue. Electric folding bicycles are ideal for those who want an efficient and comfortable bicycle but don't want to face the uphill and downhill in an exhausting way. Folding trekking bicycles: these bicycles are ideal for cycling and outings. They are equipped with larger and more robust wheels, suspension and numerous accessories, such as luggage racks and lights. Although less compact and easier to store than other folding bike models, they are a great choice for those who want to explore the area by bike. Choose the right folding bike Before buying a folding bike, there are a few things to consider. First, you need to choose the type of folding bike that best suits your needs and lifestyle. If you live in a small apartment and want to take your bike on public transport, for example, a folding bike with small wheels might be the right choice for you. If, on the other hand, you want to explore the area by bicycle, a folding trekking bicycle could be more suitable for your needs. Furthermore, it is important to check the quality of the components and the stability of the bicycle frame. Check that the bicycle is easy to fold and store, but also that it is stable and safe to ride. Check the brakes, gears, suspension, and tires to make sure they are of high quality and suitable for the type of folding bike you have chosen. Finally, consider the budget you have available. Folding bikes can vary in price based on the model and features, so make sure you choose the right one for you without breaking the bank. Have a look at the main manufacturers of folding bikes that are listed on EurekaBike: Icone Dahon Brompton Graziella On EurekaBike.it the bicycle marketplace, you will find interesting blog articles on road racing, mtb, downhill, technique, curiosities, lifestyle and many price lists and fact sheets of the top brands in the world of wheels!