Specialized Prevail

One off the latest Specialized S-Work design helmet that was seen lately on the heads of pro cycling team at this year Giro was the Specialized S-Work Prevail. The design was purely Specialized and almost every cyclist will notice it. I don't own any right now. Pictures taken from various websites.

Giro 2011 great moment

Stage 19 of Giro Italia 2011

Stage winner Tiralongo quote: "After a life (12 seasons) as a domestique, I’ve finally reached my goal of winning a race. My wife sacrifices so much for me to live this life as a cyclist.
It was Alberto who suggested to me to attack with six kilometres to go. He touched my shoulder to give me the signal. He had seen my motivation before. I had tried to go away once before. This was my only week of freedom. Otherwise, I always give 100% for my captains. I can imagine that 90% of the riders are very happy that I’ve won today after seeing me racing for my captains for such a long time. The first of them is Contador. When I saw him coming across to me, I saw a friend, not a rival. I knew he would do what he could to make me win this stage."

Oakley jawbone

This Oakley jawbone was a perfect match for spots or outdoor activities. This model was a replacement for the aging Racing jacket which is now rarer to get now. This jawbone was in my whist list but not yet have enough fund to acquire one. You will never go wrong with Oakley. Pictures courtesy from Megat.

Pinarello Giro d'Italia limited edition


Megat was kind enough to send me some close pics of his new Lazer helmet that he bought from the States. This helmet should be a good one since it was awarded Bicycling Editor's choice for 2008...
Lets enjoy the pics...
Some people said..bold people looks better wearing helmet compared to people who have hairs...

Giro bike - show me the money

BMC team USD3850
BMC team Time trial bike USD12,999
Pinarello movistar USD5499
Pinarello Dogma Team Sky USD5499

Litespeed Citico

... good reason to upgrade


Named after the Citico Creek Wilderness in Southeastern Tennessee, the pro-grade, Archon-inspired Citico is the first MTB frame to use our T1 engineered 6/4 flared top tube and a massive bi-axially ovalized down tube to provide incredible steering feedback, accuracy, and unequaled front end stiffness. A bicycle of brilliant overall handling and absolute world-class performance.

  • Optimized for 80-100mm fork travel
  • Full titanium rear dropout
  • Legendary 6-sided flared top tube
  • USD3.6k @ 2.5lbs
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