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    Our Acquazero-treated VEGA winter clothing is your insurance policy for when nasty weather threatens to rob you of the joy of riding your bicycle.
  • Santini’s 2018 Eroica Collection

    Santini’s 2018 Eroica collection is an authentic line of vintage cycling clothing for men and women who, in the spirit of cycling’s pioneers, inspire to ride their own heroic adventure.

    To celebrate the KRONE Ride to Höll, and Höttinger Höll itself, we collaborated with the organizers to create a commemorative kit. “It’s incredible that they would use the Höttinger Höll climb for an amateur event,” says lead Santini designer, Fergus Niland. Inspired by the event, “We wanted produce a complete kit for all the fans who will take part.”
  • VEGA Xtreme

    Our VEGA Xtreme jacket is the armor you need to do battle with Old Man Winter. Built for freezing cold and wet winter rides, VEGA Xtreme is available at a special price for a limited time.

    Besides standing on the side of the road or watching live on television, there are a lot of ways to follow pro racing; newspapers, cycling websites, social media, and, if you can wait, magazines. All are a nice substitutes for being there, but if you want to really feel the passion of the race from an insider’s perspective, check out the Tour de France blog of an Australian photographer named, of all things, Beardy McBeard. 
  • Dege is back! John Degenkolb wins a brutal Stage 9 on the cobbles

    When John Degenkolb thrust his arms in the air after crossing the line and taking the victory in stage nine at the Tour de France Sunday, it was not the biggest win of his career, but perhaps the most important. It has been three years of struggle to reach the top again after a life-threatening and nearly career-ending accident, and Degenkolb took an emotional victory after a thrilling stage nine that included 15 cobblestone sectors of his familiar terrain.
  • Skujins first Latvian to ride in Polka Dots

    Toms Skujins won the final two categorized mountain points of a hilly stage five at the Tour de France to claim the polka dot jersey Wednesday, the first Latvian to achieve the honor.
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