Jelly Belly p/b MAXXIS NeoPro Jordan Cheyne had the best week of his career so far in Utah as part of the team that put Lachlan Morton in the final leaders yellow jersey. His Tour didn't start too well, but he soon got into the swing of things. Here is how the Tour of Utah went down for Jordan.
Jelly Belly cycling team neo pro Jordan Cheyne took a ride down memory lane last week in the Canadian stage race; the Tour de Beauce. This was his fourth Beauce, but his first as a professional and that pro contract was probably won on those Canadian roads in 2015. A return visit that was also a confirmation of his progress as a rider.
Team Jelly Belly's neopro Jordan Cheyne signalled his arrival in the big leagues riding his first Tour of California. From star struck to bad luck, it was a crash course at cycling's top level. Here's a look inside Jordan's amazing week.
Interview: One of the brightest young cycling talents to emerge last year was French climber, Warren Barguil. Two stage wins at the Vuelta in his debut season and in his first ever GrandTour says a lot. At the recent Argos-Shimano, now Giant-Shimano training camp we interviewed Warren about his incredible season, his future ambitions and more.
With the pro cycling season starting this weekend Down Under and in Argentina at the Tour de San Luis, it's time to take a closer look at some of the promising new riders in the WorldTour. Young, talented and with WorldTour contracts these Neo Pros could well be the future of our sport.
This time last year, PEZ gave the old crystal ball a thorough polish to see if we could pick which of pro cycling's neo-pros might turn into stars. Some excelled, but others not so much - here's our report card!
Season 2013 is now upon us so we thought it was time to look at some new faces in the WorldTour peloton this year. Some you may already know, some may be completely new, but if our man Gordan is correct, you'll know all these names by season's end. Let's check out who made the cut of PEZ's 13 to watch in '13.