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Thursday December 24, 2015
Dec 24, 2015 - The best to all you EuroTrash readers out there, but the trash still needs to be emptied. We take a look at the UCI's other problem. Race news from the TDU, Tirreno and the Tour de France. Team announcements from Etixx, Giant, Lotto, Movistar, Wanty, Lampre and BMC. Add rider news from Quintana, Benoot and Lastras.
Monday December 21, 2015
Dec 21, 2015 - The power struggle between ASO and the UCI has reared its ugly head again, no ASO races in the WorldTour surely means no WorldTour. Two exciting cross races at the week-end, results and video action in EuroTrash Monday. Team news, race news and everything else we could find.
Tuesday February 14, 2012
February 14th takes on a very different meaning for fans of pro cycling, this year marking eight years since Marco Pantani’s tragic death. But in 1998, Il Pirata was at the top – winning the rare Giro – Tour double. Ale Federico set out from Genoa on his new moto to see the race for himself, and recorded the odyssey in his personal diary…
Thursday July 8, 2010
The Tour is well underway and it has had its fair share of crashes and controversy in only a few stages. As you would guess there is soo much Euro Tour Trash out there, but we have got our hands dirty and sifted through to find the juicy bits! And anything else interesting that might be happening.
Thursday July 17, 2008
Tactics: Someone asked me how I decide what to write about during the Tour. It’s simple - I watch the race for something interesting to use to teach people about the Tour and cycling in general. Today I noticed a Milram rider get a flat tire in the final hour and it started me thinking about the process of getting a wheel change....
Wednesday July 16, 2008
Race Analysis: No two days at the Tour de France are the same. Not only do the standings impact the way each stage unfolds, but so does the region of the country. The nature of the race changes considerably as the peloton meanders its way around France.
Sunday July 13, 2008
PEZ Roadside Stage 9: Bagnorres-de-Bigorre: if you win here, you're good - and it usually means you've arrived via climbs that make up the 'circle of death', on roads once raced by Geminiani, Janssens, Anquetil, and Jimenez. Today it was 6 hours in the car - driving the full course to see it for myself.
Sunday July 13, 2008
Stage 9 Analysis: This was one of those strange, in-between days at the Tour de France. The Col de Peyresourde is a hard climb, and so is the Col d’Aspin, but the overall layout of the stage meant it wasn’t difficult enough for the biggest dogs to bare their teeth. Not to worry, that comes tomorrow.
Tuesday June 19, 2007
It's just gone 2.00 am and we've had to abandon the tent and crawl into the mini-bus, the water in the plastic one gallon containers has frozen solid - Alaska? Welcome to Mount Ventoux, Provence, France; 12 hours later the sun feels like a blow lamp playing on your skin. It's the 1987 Tour de France and there's everything to play for - let's go back a smooth 20 years and enjoy the action anew.