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Made in Holland

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Made in Holland

The Artivelo BikeDock is made in Holland.
A strong 3 mm thick steel wall mount to store your bike and cycling gear.

We use a laser to cut patterns and designs.

Laser cutting is a technology that uses a laser to cut materials, and is typically used for industrial manufacturing applications. The focused laser beam is directed at the material, which then either melts, burns, vaporizes away, or is blown away by a jet of gas, leaving an edge with a high-quality surface finish.

The New Artivelo BikeDock Urban

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The New BikeDock Urban is Available

The Artivelo BikeDock Urban is a new advanced and beautifully designed wall mount for hanging your bicycle on the wall and can carry your bike shoes, helmet, goggles, etc.

 Strong 3 mm thick steel.
 Coated with lacquer which is powder coated
 One fixed shelf.
 Two fixed hooks
 The leather foam cushion adapts to most type of frames (sloping or oversized frame, etc).
 Facility for fixing your bicycle to the wall mount with a universal lock.

√ Free International Shipping to over 30 Countries Worldwide
 Maximum handlebar width 65 cm
 Including mounting material
 Carrying capacity 15 kg
 Shipping in one business day.
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Artivelo Bikedock Urban Wall Mount Hang Bicycle Bike Storage Rack Road Bike Rack Storage Bike Shelf Hanger lock
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Cycling Teams UWTC De Volharding 2016

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Cycling Teams UWTC De Volharding were introduced to the press last friday.

Last friday in the Postillion in Bunnik there was a presentation of different cycling teams of UWTC De Volharding under great public interest. The hall in the Postillion was filled with family, friends, sponsors, media and other interested parties. The turnout was fantastic again this year. It is extraordinary to see how the team lives in the Netherlands. Not only did the riders and staff look back at a very succefull 2015, they also looked at the season ahead of them. The photographers were given plenty of time to capture the various Elite, Espoirs and Juniors, both as a team and individually. Edwin Driessen, who hosted  the evening, called  several team managers, riders and sponsors onto the stage. The rest of the evening was used to shine a light on the sponsors and their contributions. Wim Sluis presented the new cycling outfit to them. This year, 2Wielerspecialist Driebergen makes sure that the riders are equipped with Specialized bikes. The video of Toff gives you an impression of the fantastic evening.

Sponsors UWTC de Volharding:
Specialized, Wilton Meat, 2Wielerspecialist DriebergenArtiveloToffDuursportDiftarHornbachWielerschool.nuHitachi PowertoolsDorenbosMultipaint, Bast, 36Cycling, Vink Meat, Nico Sluis Meat, van Zijl Fuel.

You agreed with your friends to go out riding

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You agreed with your friends to go out riding. First you must find all your bike stuff before going out. Clothing, shoes, gloves, hat,.. And sometimes you’re not even sure if you have everything with you. The Wall Mount by Artivelo puts an end to the search. Everything in one convenient, fixed place on the wall. Artivelo BikeDock gives your bike a permanent place in your home with a stylish look.

Paris Roubaix Challenge 2016

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Team Artivelo at the start of Paris Roubaix Challenge 2016

On April 9, 2016, the tour version of Paris Roubaix or the hell of the North takes place. One day before the Pros start, is on Saturday, April 9, the Paris-Roubaix Challenge on the agenda. The ultimate challenge is to ride the 170k from Busigny to Roubaix, on the same course as the pros will do the day after. However, the routes of 141k and 70k will also leave you plenty of opportunity to get to know the tough cobblestone sections of the mythical Paris-Roubaix race. The full length 170km route features 28 sections of pavé, with each one given a star rating to indicate difficulty. Team Artivelo are riding the longest version with 51.2 km of illustrious paved zones, like the Wallers and the Carrefour de l’Arbre. The finish is on the famous Vélodrome André Pétrieux of Roubaix.

More info:
Paris-Roubaix Challenge 2016

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