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Tuesday July 25, 2017
Le Tour: Twenty one days and two thousand miles, by any measure it is a massive amount of work. While you may not undertake anything approaching Tour de France proportions, you may well face the risk of overtraining. How can you identify, and more importantly prevent this season derailing occurrence?
Monday July 24, 2017
We cure the post-Tour hangover with our look back at the best of the last three weeks - plus take a ride with me on the Champs-Élysées ahead of le Tour - we won't let the party end! Get the latest news from Paris and elsewhere in today's EuroTrash, Ed Looks back at his week in the Pyrenees and Sam Larner ranks the Tour's best team, plus Readers' Rigs is back this Friday.
Monday July 24, 2017
Rider Interview: It's good to see young riders showing the future is bright for our sport of cycling. In Britain there is a flock of 'new blood' coming through and one of the most successful is Team Wiggins' Scott Davies. Ed Hood caught up with Scott recently.
Monday July 24, 2017
July 24, 2017 - The EUROTRASH Top Story has to be the Tour, was it a Classic race - Discuss. All the reports and video from the final stages of the French Grand Tour. Other cycling news: De Gendt talks combative, contract news from Katusha, LottoNl, Sunweb and Wanty, Slipstream sponsor, Gaviria injury and bike clean by Lotto Soudal.
Sunday July 23, 2017
Race Report: Dylan Groenewegen has scored two podium places already on stages in the Tour de France this year but he grabbed the best win of his career on the final stage. There were no changes in the overall as Chris Froome secured his fourth Tour title.
Sunday July 23, 2017
Tour'17 Roadside: The 2017 Tour de France hit the South of France and the City of Marseille for the stage 20 time trial. The test was crucial for some, but maybe not for Chris Froome. Daniel Thévenon made his way down from the Alps to catch the fun in the famous Velodrome.
Saturday July 22, 2017
Race Report: Maciej Bodnar produced the ride of his life to take his first ever Grand Tour stage win. Meanwhile, Froome rode an error free stage to take the overall win and third place on the day as Romain Bardet collapsed but kept his place on the podium.
Friday July 21, 2017
Race Report: Of all the riders in this Tour de France there is one who deserves a stage win, not just because he has come close, but for his hard work trying to make up for the loss of his team's fast finisher - Edvald Boasson Hagen. The long Tour stage 19:
Thursday July 20, 2017
Congratulations to Adam Fivehouse of Denver CO - winner of the American Classic 420 Aero 3 wheelset ! It turns out these wheels are a perfect fit for Adam's rides - which include a everything from racing to commuting. Thanks to everyone who entered and stay tuned to PEZ for our next contest giveaway.
Thursday July 20, 2017
ASO Stage Report: Warren Barguil claimed his second stage victory and the fifth for French riders at col d'Izoard (2360m) after passing Darwin Atapuma on Colombia's national day. Chris Froome retained the yellow jersey albeit losing four seconds onto Romain Bardet who is again the runner up.
Thursday July 20, 2017
Tour'17 Roadside: As the Tour de France works its way towards Paris (via Marseille), the French race is deep in the Alps. PEZman, Daniel Thévenon, took in the fun of the départ and then stationed himself on the monster climb of the Col du Galibier to see the day's action.
Thursday July 20, 2017
July 20, 2017 - The 2017 Tour is coming to its summit, but there hasn't been many high points-Top Story. Results, quotes and video from the last stages. Other cycling news: Valverde on the mend, Cookson in Pologne, Špilak and Ten Dam re-sign, Zubeldia retires, Sunweb/Mini, Utah news and Tour videos from Lotto and Sunweb.
Wednesday July 19, 2017
The high point of the 2017 Le Tour de France was the mighty Col du Galibier at 2645m altitude. I "rode" it last year with Velo Classic Tours - maybe better to say I hauled my carcass up it. Here's a glimpse of the climb as I get inside 3km to the summit. It really is epic & awe inspiring - a must do.
Wednesday July 19, 2017
Race Report: Primoz Roglic underlined his obvious talent with a spectacular stage win on the Queen Stage of the Tour de France. He infiltrated the break of the day and then flew away from Alberto Contador on the final ascent of the Col du Galibier before tearing down the fast descent and into the ski resort of Serre-Chevalier.
Wednesday July 19, 2017
Tour'17 Roadside: Ed Hood has made his way back to Scotland and Daniel Thévenon has taken over 'Roadside' for the last run-in to Paris. Daniel starts his adventure in the Massif Central before heading to the Alps and south to Marseilles. Tour stage 16 'Roadside'.
Tuesday July 18, 2017
Race Report: On a stage that looked safe for the GC men, a tricky little cross wind in the finalé split the head of the race changing the overall. Losers were Dan Martin, Louis Meintjes and Alberto Contador. In the sprint Michael Matthews took his second win in three stages.
Tuesday July 18, 2017
Dig down deep (or often not very deep) into an endurance athlete and it becomes very obvious that the main thing limiting their success or even enjoyment of the sport is usually not physical ability, but what goes on “upstairs.” The Brave Athlete offers a refreshingly candid and practical approach to sports psychology.
Monday July 17, 2017
It's the final days to enter to win American Classic wheels - the 420 Aero 3 wheels to be exact, plus join Ed & Martin for their Rest Day Roadside Round-up from Le Tour de France as the race heads in the Alps for its final week, check EuroTrash for all the latest updates from France, and lots more on site.
Monday July 17, 2017
Roadside Final Rest Day Round Up: The Riders have their feet up for the second Tour de France rest day, with six stages to go till Paris and the last finish line. Ed and Martin are on their way home, but as they sit in Montpelier airport there is time to look back at the first two weeks and forward to the big finalé.
Monday July 17, 2017
Tour'17 Roadside: The AG2R-La Mondiale bandits were ready to ride down the canyon and attack the Sky wagons. But Chris Froome had his team in a circle to fight them off for another day. Ed and Martin hit the dusty trail for another day in the Tour de France saddle 'Roadside'.