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BC Bike Race announces its 2018 route for this July – The 2018 BC Bike Race course gets updates both big and small, with the single goal – more singletrack. Day 1 now starts with the Cowichan Valley and wrap up with a new Day 7 in Squamish. In between the race will flow along the rugged west coast of British Columbia from Cumberland, Powell River, Earls Cove to Sechelt, Sechelt to Langdale, North Vancouver, before coming back to  Squamish. Previous years’ last day at Whistler now becomes an optional Day 8 upgrade for racers looking for even more. 2018 is sold out (before the route was even ready), but you can still get on the waiting list if you want to d more than spectate. BCBikeRace.com

win free CBD oil from Floyds of Leadville

Floyd’s of Leadville & Snek Have Teamed up to Give Away Comfort to Two Lucky People! Prizes below, click here to enter.
First winner receives: ($640 Value)

-Floyd’s of Leadville Cycling Jersey
-Snēk Merino Arm & Knee Warmers
-2 Bottles of Floyd’s of Leadville CBD Hemp Oil Softgels
-2 Snēk Merino Cycling caps of choice
-Floyd’s of Leadville CBD drops
-Snēk Drip Water Bottle & Mug
-Floyd’s of Leadville CBD Cream

Second winner receives: ($330 Value)

-Snēk Merino Arm or Knee Warmer
-1 Bottle of Floyd’s of Leadville CBD Hemp Oil Softgels
-1 Snēk Merino Cycling cap of choice
-Floyd’s of Leadville CBD drops
-Snēk Drip Water Bottle
-Floyd’s of Leadville CBD Cream

Where to ride

  • Ride point-to-point in the Pyrenees with Rapha Travel this summer – With a stellar cast of classic cols and three Randonnées to choose from, this year Rapha Travel is taking three trips to ride the Pyrenees. Conquer the climbs, from the Tourmalet to the Peyresourde, with top-notch support both on & off the road. Open your wallet and Rapha  takes care of everything. All you have to do is ride. Rapha.cc

Gear deals & news

  • Catlike Renove wants to discount your upgrade to a Mixino helmet – Catlike has a new promo called the Renove Plan. Trade in any existing helmet and get 20% off a 2018 Catlike Mixino. We reviewed the last generation Mixino coming away happy with the light & airy lid, and the 2018 updates should make it even better. Get the deal via www.catlike.es or at any of Catlike’s official retailers. Catlike.es

  • Save 40% as Sweet Protection clears space for 2018 gear – Sweet Protection’s Spring Season Sale is here. Save up to 40% as they close out bike wear and helmets from the Spring Summer 2017 collection. Find everything in their online shop. SweetProtection.com

  • Eminent Cycles now offering framesets and pre-configured bikes – Responding to consumer demand, online bike company Eminent is adding two more options for their bike buyers to their full Bike Builder tool. Pre-Configured Bikes take the guesswork out of item-by-item spec and help keep prices low, and Frameset options let buyers build the bikes up themselves with kit they might already have. EminentCycles.com

Industry news

  • Interbike launches bi-monthly podcast & market video series – North American industry trade show Interbike, has announced plans to create a new video series giving a visual preview of the Reno Tahoe area for those curious on what to expect, and highlighting aspects of the Interbike Marketweek coming next September. They will also launch “Interbike – The Podcast” together with Bicycle Retailer and Industry News (BRAIN) to cover a variety of industry hot topics. Interbike.com

  • Patagonia gives customers a way to Fight for The Planet – The outdoor clothing maker has launched a new online platform to connect its customers with hyperlocal grassroots activism. The goal of Patagonia Action Works is to help customers learn more about local environmental issues and how to get involved with events, petitions, fundraising and volunteering time and skills. Patagonia.com/ActionWorks
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