Hutchinson Launches RT1, The First Road Tubeless Full Carbon Clincher Wheelset

first_imgHutchinson showed us their all new wheelset, built by Corima, that’s billed as the first-ever full carbon clincher wheelset that’s Road Tubeless compatible.It shouldn’t come as much of a surprise that Hutchinson came up with them, they’re one of the leading forces behind the push to go tubeless on the road.Specs are light at the moment, but here’s what we’ve got:680g front wheel890g rear wheel1,570g pair$2,500We’ll post more when they start filling in the holes. In the meantime, check out more photos after the break…last_img read more

Fantasy Premier League tips: 10 players to keep faith with

first_imgWe’ve already had one weekend of Premier League action and we’re already seeing some knee-jerk reactions.Fantasy Premier League bosses are already tinkering with their teams and transferring players in and out of their teams.Some decisions, though, looks a little baffling. So, we’re here to talk you away from making move you might regret.We’ve taken a look at some of the most transferred out players and picked the footballers you need to keep faith with.Click the rigth arrow above for more Fantasy Premier League tips… 10 10. Alexandre Lacazette (Arsenal) – For some reason, 14,000 managers have transferred the French star out of their team, despite a debut goal. We suggest that you avoid this move, Lacazette is not only a goal threat, but could rack up assists too with his excellent use of possession. 10 5. Angel Rangel (Swansea City) – Some managers bought the right-back at £4m so they could spend more in other places but, strangely, around 23,000 have now sold him. If your tactic was this, stick with for the meantime until the Premier League settles into a groove. 7. Joshua King (Bournemouth) – Cherries star King was superb last season and a must-have for most managers but already 22,000 have lost faith in him. The Norwegian had two shots on goal and made one key pass against West Brom, so with a £7.5m price, we think he deserves another chance. 3. Javier Hernandez (West Ham) – The Hammers had a shocking start to the season but it’s tough to see why 53,000 managers have dropped the Mexican so quickly. Once Slaven Bilic’s injury woes subside the striker will have a much better supply line, and at £7m he’s worth the short-term risk. 6. Kevin De Bruyne (Manchester City) – He may not have had much luck against Brighton but the Citizen saw plenty of the ball and found a team-mate with three of his six corners. The fact he also managed four shots was another bright point in a match which will have disappointed his owners, but don’t be one of the 37,000-odd who have already transferred him out of their teams. 4. Marcos Alonso (Chelsea) – It’s looking like the Blues may have a tough start to the season but there is still value in having the Spanish wing-back in your team. He’s a free-kick taker for Chelsea and could get some goals and assists soon. 10 10 10 10 2. Manolo Gabbiadini (Southampton) – Once again, the Saints striker might not have scored but could easily have found the target on another day. Around 20,000 managers have already ditched the Italian but bearing in mind his £7m price, and the fact he’s a focal point for the team, we’d say you should keep him in. 1. Harry Kane (Tottenham Hotspur) – Click the right arrow above to see more Fantasy Premier League tips… – So far, a rather shocking 68,000 managers have already transferred the Spurs star out of their squads. Sure, in the first-half against Newcastle he found it tough but with a bit of luck he could have ended the day with two goals. 10 10 9. Kyle Walker (Manchester City) – He might not have got an assist or goal on his debut but the right wing-back helped his side keep and clean sheet and offered a threat going forward, making two key passes against Brighton. Some 11,500 managers have dropped him, but we think this is an unwise move. 8. Dele Alli (Tottenham) – In a rather shock move, at least 13,500 managers have already dropped the Spurs star who scored against Newcastle United. His next fixture is an unappealing one against Chelsea but we believe it’s better to look at the matches after that, which are fairly kind. 10 10last_img read more