In part 1 of Ed Hood's interview with Australian star, John Trevorrow, he covered much of his career as a rider. In part 2 he describes his transition from Euro rider back to Australian pro, and his roll in the Herald Sun Tour stage race. Plus much more in the Trevorrow style.
Ed Hood has dug into his suitcase of retro and pulled out an interview with John Trevorrow to keep you entertained over the festive period. Before the likes of Richie Porte or Cadel Evans and even earlier than Phil Anderson, there were a big band of Australians making a name for themselves in Europe, John Trevorrow was one of them.
The final stage of the Herald Sun Tour culminated today after 122 tough kilometers on Arthurs Seat. Having Serge Pauwels in contention for the overall, team MTN-Qhubeka p/b Samsung was keen to infiltrate todays break.
Tyler Farrar underlined his strong performance at the Herald Sun Tour with another podium finish. After 147km from Mitchelton Winery to Nagambie he came home in second position, with only Australian Caleb Ewan (Orica-Greenedge) being faster across the line. In the overall Cameron Meyer (Orica-Greenedge) held on to the lead.
The 123km 2nd road stage of the Herald Sun Tour saw a bunch sprint decide the victor with Caleb Ewan (Orica-Greenedge) being first across the line.
The 1st road stage of the Herald Sun Tour was decided by a large 21 rider breakaway which would arrive at the finish just over 20 minutes ahead of the peloton.
A tough few days of racing in the Australian heat ended on a high for Rapha Condor JLT, when Felix English scored third place in the bunch sprint that decided the third stage of the Jayco Herald Sun Tour.
Drapac Professional Cycling has wrapped up its 2014 Jayco Herald Sun Tour campaign with victory in the Sprint Classification for Jack Anderson.
Jonathan Cantwell held firm in the Stage 1 sprint finish of the 2014 Jayco Herald Sun Tour to take home Drapac Professional Cycling’s second podium in as many days with third place in Ballarat.
Rapha Condor JLT’s Felix English powered to an excellent 4th place in the Jayco Herald Sun Tour prologue, over a 2.5km course in Melbourne city centre.
Will Clarke has claimed Drapac Professional Cycling’s first podium of the 2014 Jayco Herald Sun Tour with third place in the twilight 2.5km Prologue through the Melbourne CBD.