Sunday, April 30, 2017

adidas eyewear updates colour scheme of Movistar Team's official glasses

The Movistar Team riders are unveiling this week their new evil eye halfrim pro glasses from adidas eyewear.The official model worn by the team led by Alejandro Valverde and Nairo Quintana now features the brandnew white print blue colour scheme.

adidas eyewear, official partner of the squad since 2012, is replacing their previous design, yet still keeping the team's identifiable colours, using white to give the riders a fresher look.

 

The evil eye halfrim pro glasses from adidas eyewear have become an essential help for the Movistar Team riders and one of the most appreciated by cycling fans, thanks to their technical specifications, their multiple settings and the high quality of their lenses. Besides, adidas eyewear is now offering a new hydrophobic treatment on their lenses, which provides the rider with better vision on any situation and improved protection against dust and water. Dirt particles are picked up by this specific treatment, leaving the surface clean and dry.

"Feedback from professional athletes like the Movistar Team riders is crucial for us to constantly improve our eyewear," explains David Wiesenhofer, Global Sports Marketing Manager from adidas eyewear. "Like the team, we are striving to be ahead of our competition - and support the vision of the world’s best athletes who we are very proud to be partners of."

 

For more information on the adidas eyewear models, visit www.adidas.com/eyewear.

New „Neodrives“ drive system premieres at Eurobike

E-bikes Take a Step Forward

The company Benchmark Drives, known for developing high-end drive system components, will launch a new innovative drive system under the name „Neodrives“ at Eurobike. The system, developed and produced in Germany, delivers several innovations with its new rear motor system.

Neodrives Rear Motor
Neodrives Rear Motor

Read more: New „Neodrives“ drive system premieres at Eurobike

Tech News From Interbike 2012

USCR's Tom Baker At Unveiling of New Gear at Interbike

-Text and Photos Tom Baker

One of the highlights of Interbike is Shimano's new version of their Di2 electronic shifters.  The Shimano people in the U.S. have only had four prototype systems in hand for a week and we checked them out.  Here's what we learned:  

 

Shimano Ultegra crank - Interbike 2012
 
 
Shimano derailleur

 

 

Read more: Tech News From Interbike 2012

Bianchi News From the Olympics

Bianchi to Enter Olympics With 13 Bikes

Bianchi bikes are set to be on stage at the Olympics in London, July 27th to August 12th. Several Bianchi’s top models will be in the mix in the British capital: five Oltre, one Sempre, four Pico Crono Carbon and three Methanol from TX Active-Bianchi's team, including SL2 and 29SL models.

Read more: Bianchi News From the Olympics

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