Roadside: Now that Ed Hood and Callum MacGregor are back in Sunny Scotland and the final week of the 2015 Tour de France is becoming a distant memory, we asked Ed to give us his thoughts on the French Grand Tour before they are lost. Was it a good Tour Ed?
Aug 03, 2015 - There were two incidents at the week-end where motorbikes have affected the final outcome of the race. We look at both in 'TOP STORY' and we have results, rider quotes and video from San Sebastián, Pologne and RideLondon. Porte to BMC, Danielson positive, Quintana for Vuelta and video interview with Sagan.
Roadside in Aalst: Ed Hood had to drag himself away from the Paris finalé of the Tour de France and where did he go? Yes, another bike race. Chris Froome and Peter Sagan were there; Aalst was the venue and it was beer and frites all the way for Ed and Callum, in the Flemish style, to beat the post-Tour blues.
The Tour de Pologne officially opened with the Top Riders’ press conference held at the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel & Conference Centre in Warsaw.
Race Report: Adam Yates wins the 2015 Clasica San Sebastien in the most confusing race of the year, when tv pictures were lost during the crucial final stages of the race.
We’ve got 19 teams of 8 riders each, for a total of 152 contenders. The starting grid is starting to take shape for the 72nd Tour de Pologne UCI World Tour, which kicks off on Sunday, August 2nd from the capital city of Warsaw with a 122-km stage suited to sprinters.
The USA Race Program calendar heats up again with Tour of Utah and USA Pro Challenge this month. Drapac raced both events in 2014 and comes back to these iconic USA events with experience and momentum.
Taylor Phinney and Peter Stetina have announced their return to the BMC Racing Team Monday at the Larry H. Miller Tour of Utah.
The next round in the UCI World Cup rolls around this Sunday, 2 August, the Sparkassen Giro. The same line up that took part in La Course last weekend will make up the team.
Etixx - Quick-Step has announced the riders that will participate in Prudential RideLondon & Surrey Classic, a 200km single day race on Sunday, the 2nd of August.
Team LottoNL-Jumbo is counting on sprinter Moreno Hofland during the Prudential Ride London, Sunday 2nd of August.
Team Sky has today announced that it is signing two young British riders as stagiaires, giving them the opportunity to gain experience with the 2015 Tour de France winning team.
This weekend two one-day races are scheduled for Lotto Soudal: the Clásica Ciclista San Sebastián on Saturday 1st August and the Prudential RideLondon-Surrey Classic or London Classic on Sunday 2nd August.
The all new PezCycling Kit for 2015 by Castelli is in stock and ready to ship right now - in all its stripey, Pez blue and fluo green coolness. The look is classic 1980's but the technology and fit are thoroughly modern, delivered by Castelli's Training Fit jersey and Team Bibshort.
Governor McAuliffe announced today that Virginia Tourism Corporation (VTC) will partner with Richmond 2015, the organizer of the nine-day UCI Road World Championships cycling event to be held in Richmond this September.
Steven Lammertink will ride for Team LottoNL-Jumbo during the upcoming two years. The 21-year-old time trial specialist will finish this season with the team as a trainee and sign a contract afterwards. Twan Castelijns will finish this season as a trainee with the team, as well.
Area Zero-D’Amico-Bottecchia is ready to take on their most extended transfer of the season. It’s a long flight to South America, where the Italian continental team led by team manager Ivan De Paolis will take part in the Vuelta a Colombia, which kicks off on Sunday, August 2nd with a 24 km team time trial in the capital, Bogota.
“In Poland I scored my first major victory among the pros and it means a lot to me to do well there.”
Movistar Team dominates Tour de France with Team Classification, two General Classification podiums, and Best Young Rider in kit produced in Livingston, Scotland.
Steve Cummings adds a win to his palmares every year and this year it was a big one; stage 14 of the Tour de France. Steve is not the first rider you would think of when you see a summit finish to the parcour, but on that day to Mende he used cunning and perfect timing to outwit the French pair of Pinot and Bardet.