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Wednesday January 8, 2020
Ed Looks Back: As we step into 2020, Ed Hood takes a look back at the last decade of cycling and his top memory and thoughts on each year - From Lance Armstrong to Remco Evenepoel and the other 'headline' makers in-between. The 'who's who' of the past decade.
Sunday October 13, 2019
Book Review: Described as "Eurosport's legendary Tour de France commentator," Carlton Kirby has nearly three decades' experience in calling pro bike races and his new book, written with Robbie Broughton, not only provides often-hilarious insight into what it is like to be a broadcaster under extreme pressure, but also some worthwhile comments about the nature of pro racing.
Monday June 10, 2019
Ed's Rant: We are in that limbo between Giro d'Italia and Tour de France and Ed Hood has itchy fingers to get a few things off his chest - Rant Time! There are no boundaries for our resident 'Grumpy Old Man' as he looks at the good and bad of cycling past and future...
Thursday May 30, 2019
May 30, 2019 - All the fun of the Giro d'Italia, plus the Tour of Norway sprint-fest in a very full EUROTRASH Thursday. Turns out Bradley Wiggins is a fan of cycling - Top Story. Race news form the men and women's OVO Energy Tour of Britain, teams for La Course, Deceuninck stay with Specialized, Lotto altitude training and the 'Wiggo' rant at Jumbo video.
Thursday November 8, 2018
Nov 08, 2018 - Bradley Wiggins U-turns on Armstrong - Top Story. Sad news of Jonathan Cantwell, Verbrugghe new Belgian coach, doping control at Flandrien Gala, Van Aert legal battle, Sagan and Cavendish in Argentina, contracts, Manzana Postobon, Hammond to Madison, Boom keen, Lotto Soudal U23, Silvelle'19, Petr Vakoc and UAE training camp video.
Friday June 22, 2018
Tour Retro: As the 2018 Tour de France is about to kick off, our Grand Tour maestro, Ed Hood, is trying to rekindle his love for the big three week tours after the 'farce' that was the Giro d'Italia. In this attempt Ed has taken a look back on the past Tours that have personal meaning - good or bad. The Tour highs and lows for Ed Hood.
Sunday February 11, 2018
One of the great milestones of cycling has been the Hour Record, first set officially in 1893 by Henri Desgrange. And over the years there were many who took up the challenge. Sir Bradley Wiggins was the most recent to join this select club and his book, “My Hour,” is perhaps the first detailed account to describe what it takes to set the record, a ride so hard that Eddy Merckx felt it shortened his career.
Monday November 20, 2017
Nov 20, 2017 - Mathieu van der Poel is on the top step again. Race report and video from the UCI Cyclo-Cross World Cup. Shane Sutton speaks-Top Story. Other cycling news: Eschborn-Frankfurt, 2018 for Caja Rural-Seguros RGA and Dimension Data, Yoshida signs for Nippo and UAE Team Emirates go on safety driving course.
Thursday January 12, 2017
Jan 12, 2017 - As always a full EUROTRASH Thursday. Wiggins package or TUE, which should we be looking at? - TOP STORY. Cross action from Otegem with video. Other cycling news: Valverde crashes, Tour Down Under teams, Westra retires, LOOK stay with Fortuneo, 2017 British Road Champs, Tour of Utah, Dave Rayner Fund riders, Sky's new Pinarello Dogma, Vuelta a España and the Lotto Soudal presentation. Get the coffee.
Thursday December 29, 2016
Dec 29, 2016 - No Tour of Qatar in 2017 - TOP STORY. Boxing Day cyclocross action from Heusden-Zolder with report, result and video. In other cycling news: Bradley Wigging retires again, signed jerseys from Lotto Soudal, Movistar sign Nuno Bico and Astana sign Truls Korsaeth, team for Eduard Vorganov, FDJ for Algarve, Dubai Tour teams, 2017 Tour de Langkawi route, Jens Voigt does the Everest Challenge and some retro Frank Vandenbroucke video.
Wednesday November 16, 2016
Lowdown: When is doping not doping? Easy, when it has a TUE. In today's Lowdown, Lee Rodgers is in a comparative mood: Wiggins, Van den Driessche, Dekker and Rasmussen, do they have something in common? It's not black and white, but then it never is. Then there are the dopers of the past: Gonzalez, Millar and Ullrich, some fairing better than others after the end of their careers.
Monday October 17, 2016
Oct 17, 2016 - Peter Sagan held onto his rainbow jersey for another year. With a strong and crafty sprint, the Slovakian swooped past the remnants of the field in Doha for his second World title. We have all the reports, results and video from all the road World championships. In other cycling news: Wanty-Groupe Gobert and BMC rider contracts, Bradley Wiggins not going to Abu Dhabi and five years with Etixx - Quick-Step for Tony Martin.
Wednesday September 21, 2016
Lowdown: You must have had your head buried deep in the sand to have missed the hacking of the WADA computer and the subsequent information releases. Bradley Wiggins seems to be the one who has been singled out for special inspection. Lee Rodgers gives us his usual Lowdown to explain how Wiggins has brought most of the controversy down on his own head.
Monday August 19, 2013
Aug 19, 2013 - The Eneco Tour was a battle to the last inch and ex-World cross champ Zdenek Stybar took it to the line. We have all the results, comments and video to keep you up to date. TOP STORY: What’s the future for Bradley Wiggins? Also the Tour des Fjords brought a new young guy to the fore and you can read all about it in today’s EuroTrash. Monday morning coffee time!
Tuesday June 18, 2013
Sports governing body reaches 75,000 members milestone. British Cycling’s membership has surpassed 75,000, soaring by over 50% since Sir Bradley Wiggins won the Tour de France in July last year, the sports governing body announced today.
Monday June 3, 2013
June 3, 2013 - The Tour de France looms closer every day and all the talk is pointed at that French race. Alberto Contador talks about his build-up and we look at Bradley Wiggins’ wind-down. The Critérium du Dauphiné is underway, it’s billed as a training race for the Tour, but it’s a big race in its self, we have the results, video and rider comments. Other races and news and the usual bits and pieces fill the EuroTrash bag for a Monday morning coffee and read.
Friday May 31, 2013
Team Sky today gave an update on Bradley Wiggins’ fitness and his prospects for the Tour de France.
Thursday May 16, 2013
May 16, 2013 - EuroTrash today is a full race-fest; we catch up with the Giro d’Italia, Tour of California and now the Tour of Norway. The TOP STORY is the life of Philippe Gaumont; a wild guy to the end. News, views, video and a laugh to finish with, what more do you need to set you up for the week-end? A coffee I guess.
Tuesday May 14, 2013
Rigoberto Urán produced a stunning climbing performance to capture a solo victory on stage 10 of the Giro d’Italia.
Monday May 13, 2013
May 13, 2013 - Italy, the US and France, racing all over the World in today’s EuroTrash Monday. It might be a rest day on the Giro d’Italia, but there has been enough going on to give us a nice long coffee beak. Lots of rider quotes, results and race video from all the races and the usual other bits of news we could tip out of the trash bag. But what a great Giro though, eh?