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Tuesday April 3, 2012
Roadside Report: While Richard was enjoying an amazing day with VeloClassic Tours, Ashley and Jered were on their bikes in search of as many photo locations as possible in the finale of Sunday's Ronde van Vlaanderen. They managed twelve. Let's take a photo look back at their day...
Friday March 30, 2012
On the eve of Belgium’s greatest race, speculation is rampant as to how considerable course changes and the improved form of certain perennial race favorites will play on what many are calling the most challenging Tour of Flanders of the modern era. One such rider is 2010 winner Fabian Cancellara who believes the more difficult course will prove to be a better overall race that favors the strongest and smartest riders. While Cancellara is widely considered a favorite this weekend, it remains to be seen whether Spartacus can repeat his 2010 success and claim a second win in Vlaanderens Mooiste.
Friday March 30, 2012
Race Preview: ‘It’s one thing starting the Ronde as favourite; it’s quite another thing winning it as favourite. It is a long road between Brugge and Oudenaarde, it’s stress every metre of the way; you must be able to handle that constant stress. You must be 100%, all of your team must be 100%, no bad luck whatsoever can befall you, and even then you might be beaten by a better rider on the day.’ Those were the words of Johan Museeuw, earlier this week – one of only three men in 95 editions to win the race three times.
Thursday March 29, 2012
With the Ronde van Vlaanderen looming only a couple days distant, it's worth taking a quick look back at the succession of big races that have just passed us by. Who better to talk to than the great Barry Hoban. Hoban recently spoke with Ed Hood on Sanremo, Gent-Wevelgem, the Ronde, and Mark Cavendish.
Friday April 3, 2009
Updated! If you ask anyone worth their salt where the race will most likely be won on Sunday, they'll say the Muur or the Bosberg. That's just how it goes. Why though? Why do those climbs always decide the race? I think it has a little something to do with a seven-climb section early on in the hellingen sweepstakes. After these crucial monsters, only the toughest and baddest of the bad asses are left to settle De Ronde amongst themselves.