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DEVELOPED AND TESTED WITH PROFESSIONAL ATHLETES – AVAILABLE FOR YOUR TEAM. Already much of the Castelli range consists of products that we’ve engineered for the highest levels of pro racing. You can have the exact same pieces as the professional triathletes. Not less expensive replicas, but the exact same pieces made using the same fabrics, components, fit and finish, by the same people who produce the pieces you see on the pros on TV. Gallery images: Marcel Hilger, David Pintens, Talbot Cox, Pinarello

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Story by Chris Hovenden | Custom kit goes much further than just teams and clubs nowadays. When it comes to making cycling kit, the Italian company has an impressive pedigree. Castelli started manufacturing clothing in 1876, in the 1940s it created custom jerseys for Gino Bartali and Fausto Coppi, and it claims to have been the first to use the current sublimation printing process back in 1983. If you choose Castelli’s Pro Issue range you’ll get the same kit as supplied to the WorldTour Cannondale-Drapac Pro Cycling Team. However, if you are looking for a more forgiving fit there’s the Team issue range that is aimed at club riders. The on test Pro Issue custom kit looks top drawer and feels high quality to the touch. Costing £74.99 (plus VAT and based on an order of 10) the Free Aero Race Bibshorts aren’t cheap, but even at that hefty price they are hard to fault. The chamois gives you no reason to complain whether sat up on the back of the saddle or riding on the rivet in a more forward, aggressive position. The side panels are dimpled for improved aerodynamics; and the netted gripper does a great job ...

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There has been a lot of hype and press surrounding Steele Von Hoff recently with his wins in Australia earlier in the year but no-one ever knew how that was going to transfer to British roads in British races. Today we had our answer. The Australian NFTO rider was at the front during the neutralised part of the race and always near the front from then on so it was no surprise after many laps of attacks coming and going, that when a dozen or so riders got away, Steele was in there with a lot of other strong riders. Along with Steele, no surprise that Ireland’s Eddie Dunbar also of NFTO, who had been covering everything early on, was also in there along with the likes of Yanto Barker and Marcin Bialoblocki, youngster Rory Towsend, Will Bjergfelt (Sportgrub Kuota), Mike Cuming, Richard Handley, and Will Goulbourne. There were others too and the break quickly opened up a massive gap on the peloton which at one stage was so far behind, it was in danger of being stopped before the finish. After a late attack from Rory Towsend who didn’t want a group from behind to catch them, Steele Von ...

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The Bigla Pro Cycling Team is proud to announce Castelli as its technical clothing partner for the 2015 season. The Italian company is known for making cyclists faster by revolutionizing professional rider’s clothing. They’re focused on innovation and speed and that’s no different as we reveal the 2015 Bigla Pro Cycling Team look. The team will also be using the Aero Speed Suits designed specifically for road racing and the innovative Gabba jacket that revolutionized rain jackets in professional cycling. Steve Smith, Castelli Brand Manager said: “Castelli is happy to return to the women’s peloton with the Bigla Pro Cycling Team and long time partners Cervélo and Rotor. Our goal is to help the Bigla team have a competitive advantage in every situation. With this partnership we want to use the team as a testing ground for innovation in our women’s performance clothing.” The team is currently conducting a training camp on Fuerteventura where bypasses have seen the riders donning the new look. “When we started working on the design and the corporate identity of the team, we considered our objectives in the sport,” General Manager Thomas Campana said. “We want to be one of the most competitive teams on ...

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