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SRM at Eurobike 2014

21. July 2014 - 1 month ago

Come by our booth at Eurobike 2014! Hall A2, Stand 112. Stay tuned for press releases and information on new products coming from the power measurement leader! 

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USA Pro Cycling Challenge

22. August 2014

The USA Pro Challenge rolled through Colorado Springs, home of SRM USA, in Stage 4 with a thrilling circuit through Garden of the Gods and over the infamous Ridge Road which hits grades of nearly 17 percent. The SRM sponsored teams continue to dominate in the Rocky Mountains with Tejay van Garderen (BMC Racing Team) leading the GC followed by Rafal Majka (Tinkoff Saxo). Cannondale Pro Cycling's Elia Viviani took the stage win while Jens Voigt delivered another epic 'pre-retirement' performance with Trek Factory Racing. SRM impressions from the visually astounding and physically demanding Stage 4, Colorado Springs 113km. 

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SRM's Tour de France Highlights

08. August 2014 - 14 days ago

The 101st Tour de France was one of the most challenging and memorable cycling events in recent years. Twenty-two teams raced over 3,600 kilometers enduring wind, rain, hail, and heat as they conquered mountain passes and navigated technical terrain through peloton pandemonium. This year’s peloton showcased many new eye-catching updates; teams sported new kit colors, next generation frame designs, chic helmet shapes, and techie handlebar accessories for capturing “inside the race” video footage - but one dramatic theme remained unchanged: SRM powers the peloton! In a year when the power meter market grew considerably with more brands positioning themselves in professional cycling, SRM continues to be the choice of the world’s top riders, trainers, technical directors, and sports scientists. With nine WorldTour teams selecting SRM as their official PowerMeter and six additional teams racing with SRM, nearly 70% of this year’s pro peloton was pushing #SRMpower. 

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Tour de France Stage 18

25. July 2014 - 27 days ago

Trek Factory Racing: The last mountain stage of this year’s Tour de France included the two iconic climbs of Tourmalet and Hautacam, and was the penultimate opportunity ahead of the 54-kilometer time trial Saturday to sort out the final standings. Haimar Zubeldia and Fränk Schleck spent much of the 18th stage in the select yellow jersey group before everything detonated on the Hautacam. With an untouchable Nibali up the road the battle for the last two podium steps raged, and the attacks quickly sorted out two key units: Thibault Pinot (FDJ) and Jean-Christophe Peraud (AG2R) together in a group of four, with Alejandro Valverde (Movistar) towing five others - including Haimar - just behind.   Haimar finished just ahead of Valverde for ninth place on the stage, and leapt into 10th place overall. After all the grueling uphills of this year’s Tour the last mountain was the perfect ending for Trek Factory Racing: Haimar reached the team’s goal of finishing within the top 10 GC.   

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Tour de France Stage 13

21. July 2014 - 1 month and 1 day ago

July 18, Stage 13: Saint-Étienne - Chamrousse 197.5km Tejay van Garderen of the BMC Racing Team climbed from sixth to fifth in the overall standings Friday on the strength of a sixth-place finish on the Tour de France's first day in the Alpine mountains. The BMC Racing Team is sponsored by SRM and Tejay along with the performance team staff shared van Garderen's SRM race file to illustrate the physical demands of a Tour de France Alpine stage. (Text and quote contribution from the BMC Racing Team Media Service) 

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