Ashleigh Moolman-Pasio continued her fine run of form, finishing on the podium in Giro dell'Emilia Internazionale Donne Elite on Saturday. This comes after the South African won two stages and the overall in Giro della Toscana.
The Italian one-day racing continues this weekend as our Team Dimension Data for riders will take on the Giro dell Emillia on Saturday and the GP Beghelli on Sunday. Both events carry a UCI 1.HC ranking and so good quality fields will be on show to deliver some exciting racing.
An Italian weekend of racing lies ahead for the Cervélo Bigla Pro Cycling Team. 24 September will see the team line up in Giro dell'Emilia Internazionale followed by Gran Premio Bruno Beghelli Internazionale the next day.
BMC Racing Team will continue the closing end of the European racing season in Italy with five one-day races where Philippe Gilbert and Samuel Sánchez will make their return to competition after abandoning the Vuelta a Espana.
Rally Cycling charged onto the East Coast for the final two races of season, September 16-17, and came away with two impressive victories.
The 2016 Road European Championships started on Wednesday in Plumelec (France) and will finish on Sunday afternoon with for the first time in history titles awarded in the Elite category. During this opening day, the first three titles in the time-trial were awarded.
Former U.S. national criterium champion Eric Marcotte (Team Jamis) won for the second straight year and third time in three participations Sunday in front of a massive crowd at the Thompson Bucks County Classic.
Ashleigh Moolman-Pasio continued her impressive run of form by sprinting to victory in Sunday’s final stage of Giro della Toscana. The result comes after the South African won the prologue on Friday, followed by her Cervélo Bigla Pro Cycling teammates in the next three positions.
Race Report: The final stage of the 2016 Vuelta a España to the center of Madrid was always going to be for the sprinters and there was no surprise when young Magnus Cort Nielsen took his second Spanish stage win. Nairo Quintana finished safely in the peloton for his second Grand Tour win.
Oscar Clark outsprinted former U.S. national road champion Eric Marcotte (Team Jamis) Saturday to win a hard-fought edition of the Reading 120 presented by Reading Health System and lead a 1-3-4-5 finish by the Holowesko-Citadel presented by Hincapie Sportswear team.
Race Report: Nairo Quintana is poised to win the Vuelta a España after holding off Chris Froome in the final mountain stage won by Pierre Latour. The Briton attacked repeatedly in the finalé on the Alto de Aitana, but could never drop the red jersey, who, barring a crash, will win his second Grand Tour
It was no surprise that Chris Froome posted a blistering time on today's 37km individual time trial from Xabia to Calp on the Mediterranean coast, but his grab of 2:16 seconds over race leader Nairo Quintana was a stunner, and sets up a thrilling finale tomorrow.
Colin Joyce capped a prolific week for the Axeon Hagens Berman Cycling Team Monday at the Tour of Alberta presented by ATB Financial by taking home two jersey classifications and third on the final stage, plus fourth place overall.
Race Report: It was always destined to be a sprint finish in the coastal town of Peñiscola and once the obligatory breakaway had been reeled in it came down to a fight between the sprint teams. Danniele Bennati almost outfoxed the whole race but he was overhauled with 200m to run and 'Jempy' Drucker came shooting past.
On the strength of an 11th-place finish in Sunday's individual time trial, Colin Joyce stayed within striking distance of a spot on the final podium with one day to go of the Tour of Alberta presented by ATB Financial.
Race Report: Gianluca Brambilla started stage 15 with an attack and finished it with a stage victory. In between he was part of a decisive breakaway which featured race leader Nairo Quintana and GC contender Alberto Contador. It was one of the best stages of the year.
Colin Joyce of the Axeon Hagens Berman Cycling Team conceded the lead Saturday at the Tour of Alberta presented by ATB Financial. But the winner of Stage 1 and race leader for two days is only 10 seconds back, in third place, heading into Sunday's individual time trial.
Evan Huffman stormed to victory today in stage three of the Tour of Alberta. Huffman raised his arms in victory after outsprinting Robin Carpenter (Holowesko – Citadel) in a two-man duel on the technical finishing circuits in town.
Race Report: It was a day full of action and one that didn’t disappoint as Robert Gesink won his team’s first stage in this year’s Vuelta atop the famous Col d’Aubisque. Not far behind, Simon Yates had seen his team put a super plan into action and he came close to outsmarting everyone else on the day. As it was, he rode himself into a podium position in the general classification.
Colin Joyce sprinted to fifth place and kept his grip on the overall lead at the Tour of Alberta presented by ATB Financial after his Axeon Hagens Berman teammates turned in a concerted show of force on a soggy, cool second stage on Friday.
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