Photo Special: It’s not ‘Good-Bye Cannondale’ but more of a ‘See you next year in the US’ for the famous frame maker. After nearly 20 years of sponsoring and supplying bikes to Italian based Pro teams, Cannondale will become a US WorldTour team with Garmin in 2015. We take a look at 'Cannondale: The Italian Years.'
Nov 20, 2014 - Another doping case from Astana and Tony Martin going for the Hour Record are our top stories in EuroTrash Thursday. In other cycling news: Movistar received two WorldTour trophies, team news from BMC, MTN, BORA, La Pomme and Bigla, plus rider and race news and a cat! Coffee time.
Nov 17, 2014 - All the latest news from around the World of cycle sport. Good news from Madrid as they get their race back, Vantornout dominates in Gavere; video, reports and results. Plus lots of team, race and rider news from Cannondale, Movistar, Bora, Bianchi, Lampre, Vuelta, San Luis and much more. Monday coffee time.
Nov 13, 2014 - Sven Nys is back on form winning in Niel, full video of the day, plus report and result. Jail time for dopers in Germany? Race news from Dubai and Pais Vasco, rider up-dates from Cavendish, Majka, Sütterlin, Le Mével and UnitedHealthcare team for 2015. Add video of Contador up Kilimanjaro and it's Thursday Coffee time.
Photo Special: Cadel Evans' career has been long, very long, so there are even more photos of the Tour and World championship winner to chose from. He had the class to change from mountain biker to road rider and carry on winning. We have tried to cover Cadel's life on two wheels, but it could fill PEZ for months!
Nov 10, 2014 - A fun packed and diverse EuroTrash Monday. From cyclo-cross to Curaçao to track illness to the Froome wedding, we have all the latest news, results and video. Should races be held in far flung places? Race, team and rider news, plus Contador up Kilimanjaro and Chris Froome's big day.
Rider Interview: Chris Butler went from a novice Cat. 5 racer as a college student in 2007 to a WorldTour pro with BMC. Since then he has had solid rides with Champion System and Hincapie Development team, for 2015 he is joining Team SmartStop. We caught-up with Chris to get the lowdown on his past and future.
Nov 06, 2014 - No racing to report on during the week, but there is a load of other cycling news to get our teeth into this morning. Will the World team time trial split from the other races, no Alonso team, Lampre-Merida make announcements and as much rider and team news as we could squeeze in. A good read with a good coffee.
Photo Special: Thor Hushovd hung his wheels up in September after illness made him stop short of the World championship road race which was to be his last race. Double World champ, Yellow jersey holder, stage winner and hard man on the cobbles. We celebrate his full career in pictures.
Sven Nys (Crelan-AA Drink) lost out again on Sunday, this time to Kevin Pauwels (Sunweb-Napoleon Games) won the two-man sprint to the line against Sven Nys (Crelan-AA Drink) to win the second round of the Superprestige cyclo-cross in Zonhoven on Sunday. Lars van der Haar (Giant-Shimano) was third at 13 seconds.
Wout Van Aert (Vastgoedservice-Golden Palace) out-sprinted Belgian champion Sven Nys (Crelan-AA Drink) at the end of a fast and furious BPost Bank Trofee – Koppenbergcross round 2 in Oudenaarde. Kevin Pauwels (Sunweb-Napoleon Games) managed to get on the podium in 3rd place after a late solo attempt.
Nov 03, 2014 - It looks like Jens Voigt and Matthias Brändle have started an Hour Record resurgence, who will be next? We have the week-end's cyclo-cross action from Belgium with full video coverage and the latest team and rider news. Sad news from Kenya, but you can all help. EuroTrash Monday coffee time.
Top story asks: Can you change history and give Marco Pantani the 1999 Giro d'Italia? It might happen. The Tour of Hainan has finished and we have the results and video, Canadian cross champs, the Great Ocean Race, Van der Haar in November, team signings and all the latest cycling news in a full EuroTrash.
Photo Special: David Millar seems to have been around for ages, 18 years as a Pro to be exact, but you need to take two years away for a doping ban. Love him or hate him, he has a fine palmarés. If you want to believe in him or not is up to you, but he still was a grand champion.
Oct 27, 2014 - We fill today's EuroTrash with race news: Amsterdam '6 Days,' Saitama Criterium and the Tour of Hainan with results, video and rider comments. Throw in the latest rider news, Lotto Belisol review their year, new team LottoNL-Jumbo is presented and we have a look at cyclo-cross Italian style.
The organisers of the biggest bike race in the World have announced the route of the 2015 French Grand Tour. It's a tough parcours with a lot of climbing and very little time trialing, but the sprinters do get their opportunities. Our first thoughts; tough but fair.
Oct 23, 2014 - We now know what the 2015 Tour de France is all about and it is made for a climber. We take a quick look at the tour route, catch up with the Tour of Hainan with comments, results and video. Plus the Tour of California route is out and Cav is training for the 'Gent 6'. Café au lait?
Photo Special: Earlier this month Andy Schleck said that he would race no more. The younger half of the most successful brother combination in modern cycling would not turn a pedal in anger again due to the knee injury he sustained in the Tour de France. We pay tribute to Andy Schleck with a photo special.
Oct 20, 2014 - No 3 GT's in one season competition (this year) for the top men, plus road action from Japan and cross from Europe in a full EuroTrash Monday. In other cycling news: we preview the Tour of Hainan, talk to Alejandro Valverde, Lotto Belisol round-up their season, plus rider and team news. Coffee!
Oct 16, 2014 - Which mountains will the 2015 Tour de France climb? L'Alpe d'Huez looks a popular choice with a return of Pra-Loup after 40 years. Race reports and video from the Tour of Beijing and Putte-Kapellen, plus loads of the latest team and rider news for a full sack of EuroTrash. Café au lait?