Race Analysis: After a solid weekend of Semi Classic racing in Belgium we turn to our resident expert Lee Rodgers to analyze the action and results of the opening races and to ask the eternal question, What's the difference between a good rider and a great rider?
Race Analysis: As a pro cyclist who raced in Qatar and Oman in 2013, Lee Rodgers knows first hand how tough these pre-season races really are. Lee takes the armchair look at who's on current form, hopes for the season, riders to watch, hairstyles and more in the Persian Gulf.
Race Analysis: Lee Rodgers takes a look at Purito's second straight win at Lombardia and the redemption earned following Worlds disappointment just one week ago.
Almost seven and a half hours of racing gives us a lot to analyze with good tactics, great tactics and even just plain terrible tactics all on display in Florence yesterday. Lee Rodgers takes a closer look at the crucial moments of the 2013 World Championships Men's Road Race.
Race Analysis: After a booming start to the cycling year with the Classics, Paris-Nice, Giro and more Lee Rodgers takes a look at what could be done to spice up the post-Tour cycling season......
Race Analysis: With the Tour done and dusted and the 169 souls that managed to finish the race slowly getting over their end of Tour hangovers it's time for Lee to look at the revelations from the race and what we can expect to see in future Tours.
Race Analysis St.18: Twice up the mythical Alpe d'huez, attacks from afar, changes in the GC, the first French win of the Tour and a hunger flat for the yellow jersey. There's a lot for Lee to analyze after today's historical Alpe d'Huez stage.
Race Analysis: The second rest day is the perfect time to review what we've seen so far at Le Tour. Lee Rodgers analyzes some of the performances we've seen, both good and bad and ponders the questions, can anyone beat Froome? And can Froome get any skinnier?
Race Analysis: Nothing hurts quite like an ITT. It’s a simple equation: man plus bike plus pain equals how fast you go. No hiding places. The race of truth. After the Tour's first ITT there was only one winner and his name wasn't Tony Martin.
Race Analysis: After 9 stages that have had many in the field on their knees already, today's rest day is even more welcome than usual. The rest day gives the chance to those struggling to try and recover just a little before having to do it all again and it also gives the chance to our own Lee Rodgers to sit back and analyze the Tour so far.
Race Analysis St.3: Traditional sprints, late breaks and the world's longest leadout. It's all analyzed here in the latest edition of Lee Rodger's Tour Lowdown series as he looks back at some of the events from the first week of racing at the 2013 Tour de France.
Race Analysis: Multicultural breakaways, questionable team tactics and the seemingly unstoppable Mark Cavendish are just some of the topics covered in today's Tour Lowdown as Lee Rodgers analyzes the happenings at the Tour de France after Stage 5.
Race Analysis: ‘Here I am talking to Peter Sagan. Peter, we have the finish here on the screen for you to watch.’ ‘No. I don’t want to watch it. I’m pissed off.’ Le Tour's first ever Corsican run ends today, capping three day's of excellent racing, unexpected events, and fantastic scenery.
Race Analysis: Lee Rodgers takes a closer look at the action, the nerves, the crashes and the triumphs from the 1st stage of the 100th Tour de France.
Race Analysis: Lee has a look at the action from Switzerland this past week from the Tour de Suisse, the race often billed as the next biggest race in the world behind the three GrandTours. Can we draw any conclusions from the results or lack thereof in Switzerland from some of the stars heading into the Tour de France?
Race Analysis: Lee Rodgers takes a look at yesterday's finish in Switzerland where four thirty-somethings battled it out for the finish after a long break where tactics, strength and cold, hard nerves all came into play.
Race Analysis: The dominace of Team SKY and Chris Froome at the Dauphiné sees Lee make comparisons with a team from the past before talking about the future again with the Tour de France just around the corner - it's time for another classic edition of Lee's Lowdown.
Dauphine Stage 6: You can teach a rider how to train, when and where to go hard, when to pull back, provide nutritional advice, the best equipment, time in the wind tunnel to perfect position and pedaling efficiency. But there is one element that cannot be taught – how to win.
Giro Analysis: Lee Rodgers takes a look back at the three action packed weeks in the Giro and analyzes the highlights and the lowlights of this great race.
Giro Analysis: Lee Rodgers looks at yesterday's difficult mountain time trial and analyses the winners, the losers and more in another classic Lee's Lowdown.