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OPQS has announced the selection for Desselgem Koerse, a one-day race on Tuesday, Sept. 16th, and GP de Wallonie, a one-way race on Wednesday, Sept. 17th.
The BMC Racing Team will field a seven-man roster for GP de Wallonie Wednesday that includes 2012 runner-up Greg Van Avermaet.
Adriano Malori (Movistar) won the final 10km TT stage of the Vuelta a Espana. Jesse Sergent (Trek Factory Racing) was 2nd and Rohan Dennis (BMC Racing) placed 3rd on the stage. Team MTN-Qhubeka p/b Samsung had Jaco Venter finish the stage in a good 24th position.
André Greipel has won for the fifteenth time this season! This afternoon he sprinted to the victory in the GP Jef Scherens in Louvain.
Big prize money, amazing scenery, a simply huge mountain, great racing and a strict anti-doping policy are all key factors in the 2014 Taiwan KOM Challenge.
With two weeks to the Road World Championships road race in Ponferrada (Spain), Team Colombia’s Miguel Angel Rubiano and Carlos Julian Quintero continue their run up for the event they are taking part to for Colombia for – respectively – the fifth and first time.
Three months after the last competition in Italy (national championship), Team LAMPRE-MERIDA is going to race again in its Country taking part in the Trittico Lombardo.
Coppa Bernocchi on the 16th, Coppa Agostoni on the 17th and the Tre Valli Varesine on the 18th of September.
The Vuelta ends today with a time trial in Santiago de Compostela. Lotto Belisol returns home with one victory, the stage win of Adam Hansen last Friday. In GC Maxime Monfort is sixteenth. Sports director Mario Aerts and Maxime look back on the past three weeks.
Tinkoff-Saxo’s captain Alberto Contador sealed his overall lead at Vuelta a España after winning stage 20 to the feared Puerto de Ancares.
If all goes well Adam Hansen will complete his tenth consecutive Grand Tour tomorrow. It’s an impressive list: Vuelta 2011, Giro 2012, Tour 2012, Vuelta 2012, Giro 2013, Tour 2013, Vuelta 2013, Giro 2014, Tour 2014 and Vuelta 2014.
When Tinkoff-Saxo's team leader, Alberto Contador, injured his knee in a crash on stage 10 of Tour de France, the team’s main task was ensuring the quickest recovery possible. The team doctors and body therapists worked closely with medical specialists to plan the recovery program.
Wouter Wippert’s stellar season for Drapac Professional Cycling has continued with the Dutchman winning the bunch sprint for Stage 4 of the Tour of China II.
OPQS partner Latexco is organizing the Innergetic Pijl for the 9th time on Sunday, September 14th. This is a cycling tour for both young and old. In attendance at the event will be OPQS riders Iljo Keisse, Stijn Vandenbergh, and Guillaume Van Keirsbulck.
To make the leap from continental cycling to the World Tour as a 22-year old is big. To ride your first Grand Tour as a neo-pro, while wearing your national championship jersey, is extraordinary.
Interbike-2014 Takes Cycling Enthusiasts Inside North America’s Largest Industry Trade Show.
Tinkoff-Saxo extends their partnership with Specialized, who has been an integral part of the team since 2009.
GFNY Mont Ventoux will start in the historic Provencal town of Vaison-la-Romaine and finish on top of the legendary Mont Ventoux.
The fifth edition of HotChillee’s ALPINE CHALLENGE finished this weekend in the Alps in glorious weather conditions, the best according to locals, of the entire summer. Based out of the beautiful lakeside town of Annecy there couldn’t have been more of a contrast between the peaceful setting and the brutal parcours.
Alejandro Valverde hopes to confirm second Grand Tour top-5 finish in 2014 after five demanding, final days in Vuelta a España; Movistar Team not excluding any result despite conceding on superiority by Contador.