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  • Monday June 16, 2014


    Jun 16, 2014 - Andrew Talansky came good in the Critérium du Dauphiné and walked away with the overall. Chris Froome has not been so fortunate and has had further inhaler problems. Two stages of the Tour de Suisse, plus news from Gippingen, Niki Terpstra, Nairo Quintana and BMC. Coffee and EuroTrash, what better?

  • Thursday June 12, 2014


    Making it two wins in two days for Katusha Team, Simon Špilak attacked from his breakaway on the Côte de Laffrey and tucked into his time trial position to race 20 kilometers solo into La Mure and claim victory on stage 5. After yesterday’s inspiring win by Iurii Trofimov, Špilak (27) saw a chance of his own to earn his second win of the season, the previous victory coming in the Tour de Romandie last April for the Slovenian rider.

  • Thursday June 12, 2014


    Jun 12, 2014 - Chris Froome has been in the news for a couple of reasons this week; leading the Dauphiné and inhaling. We cover both stories and have the results, comments and video from France. In a full EuroTrash Thursday we also preview the Tour de Suisse and the GP Gippingen and news from the Tour, Arredondo and Horner. Lots to get through!

  • Monday June 9, 2014


    Jun 09, 2014 - It’s been a quiet week since the Giro finished, but the Tour is on the way and the form guide of the Critérium du Dauphiné has started with a win for Chris Froome. The Tinkoff-Saxo team with Matti Breschel dominated the Tour of Luxembourg, no Wiggins at the Tour and bad news for Cancellara and Hushovd. Plus we have all the other cycling news to go with your coffee.

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