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      Bike Check with David Taylor

      Bike Check with David Taylor

      Our own David Taylor just built up a new Specialized Allez Sprint Frame.  We checked in with him to see how he set it up. David is always building new setups, check him out on IG @davidtaylor87

      Frame:  Specialized Allez Sprint Disc Frameset – 56cm

      Fork: Specialized FACT Carbon, 1-1/8 to 1-3/8” taper

      Handle Bar:  Profile Design DRV/A – 105 Drop / 40cm Width

      Tape: Profile Design DRiVe Wrap

      Stem: Profile Design Aeria – -17deg x 130mm

      Seat: Brooks C15

      Seat Post:  Allez Sprint Seatpost – 20mm setback

      Tires: Continental 5000 TL – 700c x 28mm

      Wheels: Profile Design GMR 50/65 Carbon Tubeless Disc Brake – Center Lock w/ XDR driver upgrade

      Groupset : Sram Force eTap AXS – 1x

      Cranks: Sram Force AXS – 170mm w/ Sram 50T X-Sync Aero Direct Mount Chainring

      Bottom Bracket: Praxis

      Cassette: Sram Force 12speed Cassette – 10-28T

      Cages: Profile Design Axis Karbon

      Pedals: Shimano Ultegra


      Introducing the HSF/Aero HC 800+

      Introducing the HSF/Aero HC 800+

      The HSF/Aero HC 800+ has been designed to incorporate all the essential features required of an aerobar bottle system along with a couple of premium add-ons.

       Aero HC Black Side

      AEROHC 800+ Features:

      + Flexible hose with bite valve and magnetic retention
      + Garmin mount on the cage
      + New mounting bracket with greater compatibility than previous models
      + New cage with high retention design
      + Rear piece can be unscrewed for easy cleaning
      + Secure fill port lid to avoid splashing

      Aerodrink 800 fill port

      Additionally, the shape of the bottle has been designed to hide the cage from the wind. We worked to minimize frontal area wherever possible to avoid adding aero drag to your setup.

      Aerodrink 800 airflow

      The HSF/BTA CAGE takes a minimalist approach to providing the maximum versatility for a between the arms bottle mount. The low weight, high retention, setback mount point and integrated computer mount give everything you need and nothing you don’t.

      The mount is offset so that the center point of the bottle bolts can sit well behind the attachment point. This allows the cage/bottle to be set further back on aerobars that would otherwise force the bottle forward to the point where it is inaccessible.

      The mount has a slightly dropped ‘V’ shape to help center it between the extensions and reduce the risk of the bottle interfering with narrow armrest positions. The mount accommodates a greater range of extension widths than the previous models.

      The GMR Carbon Rim Brake Wheelset

      The GMR Carbon Rim Brake Wheelset

      GMR WheelsThe GMR Tubeless Rim-Brake wheel is optimized for wide tires with lower tire pressure to meet the performance needs of modern riders in search of low rolling resistance and high compliance. With an internal width of 19mm, this wheelset is well suited for rough roads and tests fastest with a 28mm tire in the majority of wind angles.

      The tire bed structure built by auto-wrapping system which the tire bed stronger and more resilient to support the high PSI and Brake pressure.

      Brake Performance

      Specifically formulated to withstand the same heat our rims can take on, our brake pad compound is exclusive for GMR Series wheelsets. Using a specially formulated rubber compound, durometer and friction agent, we developed a proprietary brake pad and reduced braking distances over that of other carbon fiber wheelsets. 


      • High temperature resin for consistent braking on long descents.
      • Extra stiff hub shell design.
      • Proprietary precision machined alloy hubs.
      • Sapim CX-Ray spokes with Sapim Polyax double square nipples.
      • Sealed cartridge bearings.
      • Hand-built assembly.
      • Clincher, Tubeless Ready.
      • Rim brake.

      Austria spins the wheel

      Austria spins the wheel

      The Fourth and fifth place finish for Team Vorarlberg Santic at the Hart and Härter Challenge in "Austria spins the wheels" event. Pernsteiner wins ahead of Zoidl!


      "Austria spins the wheel" the 2020 cycling success story was initiated by the Vorarlberg Santic team! Already traveling through the Austrian provinces for five days - four hours a day live on TV.


      World Tour rider Pernsteiner wins ahead of Zoidl and Rapp - Thalmann and Stüssi top!

      From Heiligenblut it was 11 kilometers and 900 meters in altitude to the Hochtor. Meanwhile, the Lower Austrian Hermann Pernsteiner, who was 14th in the previous year. at the Vuelta, just under half a minute ahead of Riccardo Zoidl. At the finish line, Pernsteiner was 48 seconds ahead of Zoidl with a time of 32:43 minutes. Hrinkow professional Jonas Rapp was third, 1:22 minutes behind, followed by Swiss mountain specialist Roland Thalmann from Vorarlberg Santic in fourth place. And just behind "Roli" Thalmann his Swiss team colleague Colin Stüssi! The Canadian Jack Burke ranked 13th. Today and the day after tomorrow it will continue!


      Enormous media interest - also Eurosport.de live in the mountains!

      In addition to numerous online platforms, Eurosport online also takes over the broadcasting of the K19 studio on all three “hard and tough” challenges. Today there will be a storm on the Kitzbüheler Horn, the final on Thursday from Sölden to Rettenbachferner - the roof of the tour at 2,803 meters!


      Watching the Challenges live at: https://k19.at und https://www.eurosport.de