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Although the Apennines may not be as famous as the Alps to the north that's not to say they are any less of a challenge, often deserted their steep and irregular pitches are a playground of pleasure and pain.
Luz Ardiden: With a prestigious list of winners including Delgado, Indurain, Virenque, Jalabert, Armstrong and more, its close proximity to Spain means it’s one of the rare climbs that has featured in the Vuelta a España as well as the Tour de France.
In this episode of Behind the Ride I thought it’d be interesting to take a look at some of the ways I “try” to survive winter, a time of year I particularly struggle with. From bike set-up to staying visible and some key items of kit that I’ve found particularly useful. I hope it helps you be safe, seen and comfortable during the darker months of the year.
Rising 1,607 metres above the Mediterranean, the Col de Turini may not be the highest pass in the Alpes-Maritimes but at 24.3 kilometres in length, starting from Sospel, it's a climb that definitely needs to be ridden with respect.
At 27.8 kilometres in length Switzerland's Sustenpass can easily have you feeling quite daunted at the prospect of scaling it on two wheels. Lush meadows, dense forests and chocolate-box villages make way for a sensory overload of tunnels, waterfalls, high mountain lakes and glaciers!
Without question the Col du Tourmalet is one the all time greats of cycling, first featuring in the 1910 Tour de France and with over 80 appearances since make it amongst the very oldest, and the most frequently used, climb in the history of the race.
Meet Thor Bloomfield. Thor suffers from a life-threatening disorder called Cystic Fibrosis. At the age of 40, Thor was staring death in the face. He was required to have a highly technical 9-hour lung transplant operation in order to live. After two emotional false starts, Thor had a successful transplant.
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Quick-Step Floors CEO Patrick Lefevere, sports director Tom Steels, Paris-Roubaix winner Niki Terpstra and Belgian Champion Yves Lampaert talked of the inextricable link between the team and the pavé and the impact the cobbles could have on the Tour de France general classification.
Stage 19 of the 2018 Tour is a 5 climb monster, featuring the Aspin, Tourmalet, Bordères, Soulor and Aubisque, today we’re taking a closer look at the final three climbs of the stage, starting from Argelès-Gazost.
VIDEO: This video from Bell Helmets carries on from last year's Bell All Stars series about some of cycling's modern pioneers, and shifts focus from retired riders to the future stars of road racing in 2018. This is 4:27 minutes of you life you'll be glad you spent watching...
VIDEO: With the 101st Giro d'Italia aimed straight at the feared Monte Zoncolan climb for the Stage 14 finish at the summit, it's a great time to enjoy the climb from the comfort of your own mobile device, and watch someone else do the suffering while climbing this beast.
Forming the backbone of the northwest of Mallorca, the Serra de Tramuntana mountains are an absolute must to explore if you're visiting the island. Approximately 90 kilometres in length, the Tramuntana are actually pretty hard to miss and being a UNESCO World Heritage Site only adds to their allure.
Pez talks with Pietro Caucchiolli about the new Alé Bike Wear Cracle jersey & bib shorts for road cycling at Sea Otter 2018. It's a full kit for about $230 - including the jersey and bibshorts - which is a great price for kit that's made in Italy.
I did the SLIME Tire Sealant demo at Sea Otter 2018, and if this is my shortest video from the show, it's because Slime works so dang fast. I jabbed a nail clean through a knobby tire, and Slime plugged and stopped the leak in a couple of seconds.
VIDEO: Big hilite for a die-hard fan like me was running into Team Elevate-KHS Belgian Waffle Ride winner Brian McCulloch at the Xpedo booth at Sea Otter Classic - where I learned something interesting about the Xpedo Thrust pedals Brian rode to win the race.
Perched high above the glistening coastline of the Côte d'Azur in southeast France, the Col de la Madone may have never featured in the Tour de France but that hasn't stopped it becoming an international icon made famous by the many pros that would regularly frequent its slopes to test their form against the clock.