Ready to tackle La Vuelta for the fourth time (two stage victories in 2013, 8th in 2014, abandon due to illness on the 3rd stage in 2016), Warren Barguil (Team Sunweb) shared his views for the upcoming three weeks
Whistler is no stranger to mountain biking heroes and another was born today when hometown hero Jesse Melamed won round seven of the Enduro World Series, the Crankworx Open Enduro presented by Specialized.
The 2016 attendance record is broken for the 9th edition of Pearl Izumi 24 Hours Cycling of Le Mans! 2166 riders will rush on the Le Mans circuit on 26th of August, divided in 500 teams coming from 15 different nations.
Round six of the Enduro World Series, the Yeti Cycles Big Mountain Enduro presented by Shimano Aspen Snowmass, will go down as one of the closest fought races in EWS history.
Australian Caleb Ewan (Orica-Scott) prevailed in the final sprint to win the fourth and longest stage in the 2017 edition of the Tour de Pologne UCI – World Tour, from Zawiercie to Zabrze over 238 km, beating Holland’s Danny Van Poppel (Team Sky) and current World Champion Peter Sagan (Bora-Hansgrohe)
Five years after starting cycling at the age of 22, former ski jumper Primoz Roglic became the first Slovenian to win a Tour de France stage as he soloed to victory in Serre-Chevalier after riding Alberto Contador off with 6.5km left in the ascent to the col du Galibier.
Australia's Michael Matthews claimed his second stage win and the third one for Sunweb after his team pulled the bunch almost all day to keep Marcel Kittel behind.
Bauke Mollema has waited for his seventh participation to the Tour de France to claim his first stage victory one year after stepping down from the second place overall to the eleventh in the last two days in the mountains. Lined up as a domestique for Alberto Contador after finishing seventh in the Giro d'Italia, the 30 year old Dutchman from Trek-Segafredo soloed to victory after the grueling climb to Peyra Taillade. Hampered by a mechanical in a crucial moment of the race, Chris Froome retained the yellow jersey.
An eventful stage 9 of the 104th Tour de France saw the victory of Colombia's Rigoberto Uran in Chambéry after a fierce battle in three Hors-Category climbs
Frenchman Lilian Calmejane of Direct Energie soloed to victory on stage 8 to Les Rousses, mimicking his compatriot Sylvain Chavanel who did it seven years ago and winning at the age of 24 the same way he did as a neo pro at the Vuelta a España last year.