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UCI Road World Championship

21. September 2015 - 7 years, 8 months and 20 days ago

BMC Racing Team Repeats As World Champions
Richmond, Virginia - The BMC Racing Team led through every time check Sunday on the way to capturing its second straight UCI world team time trial championship. Powering its BMC timemachine TM01s through the streets of Richmond, Virginia, the BMC Racing Team averaged 54.969 kilometers an hour to best Etixx-Quick Step by 11.35 seconds.  Members of the winning team were Rohan Dennis, Silvan Dillier, Stefan Küng, Daniel Oss, Taylor Phinney, Manuel Quinziato. SRM is the official power meter sponsor of the BMC Racing Team. The team trains and races with the SRM Shimano 9000 Training System 

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USA Pro Challenge 2015

20. August 2015 - 7 years, 9 months and 21 days ago

The 2015 USA Pro Challenge represents Taylor Phinney’s second race back after his 2014 injury.  He had a strong return in his opening race at the Tour of Utah two weeks earlier where he finished 3rd in the first stage from a small group sprint and came into the Colorado race with good form and motivation. 

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Tour de France 2015

31. July 2015 - 7 years, 10 months and 9 days ago

SRM supported 11 teams in the 102nd Tour de France. Over three weeks, 21 stages, and 3,360 kilometers SRM provided material support, shared behind the scenes photos, posted exclusive data analysis, and gave the PC8 its first real "Vive le Tour" experience! Here's a look at the 2015 highlights and insights from SRM: 

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Tour de France 2015 - Stage 18

24. July 2015 - 7 years, 10 months and 16 days ago

Stage 18 covered 1865 KM and included seven categorized climbs, included the Hors Categorie Col du Glandon and the shoelace like Lacets de Montvernier. This is the highest number of climbs in any one stage of this year’s Tour. 

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Tour de France 2015 - Stage 17

22. July 2015 - 7 years, 10 months and 18 days ago

Over a distance of 161KM and with five categorized climbs, the 17th stage of the Tour de France is no easy day in the saddle. Today we have the opportunity to look at the file of Thibaut Pinot (Francaise de Jeux), who finished fourth on the stage. To earn this result, Pinot averaged 291w for over four hours and twenty two minutes of racing (an average of 4.61w/kg based on a weight of 63kg).  This is an exceptional power output for such a long period of time. 

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