This year’s Tour de Suisse had some weather problems (snow curtailing stage two, inflatable banners coming down), some worrying crashes … Read More
Did you take part in our Giro Fantasy League on Velogames last month? Are you ready for more? Are you, … Read More
This is an extremely moreish cake. You have been warned. I make this, cut it into squares and freeze it otherwise … Read More
Some of the most iconic photographs of the professional peloton have been shot by this week’s VeloEye, Pete Goding. Pete … Read More
This month brings Giro champion Vincenzo Nibali, Dauphine stage winner Edvald Boasson Hagan, two BMC rock stars, lots of young fans … Read More
Over the next three Wednesdays I’m going to cast an analytical eye over the races within the race at the … Read More
A 12-minute ‘best of’ video of the highlights from last year’s race.
It’s 30 days to go until the start of the 2013 Tour de France, and to get us all in the mood those lovely people at ASO have put together the following teaser trailer for us to enjoy.
To celebrate Mark Cavendish‘s 28th birthday, we’re devoting #CavDay to the Manx Missile. Here’s the man off the bike, sporting the rainbow jersey of the 2011 World Champion while clutching baby Delilah. Isn’t he sweet?
Ivan Basso‘s withdrawal from the Giro with injury means there are now only four former winners still in the race: Ryder Hesjedal (Garmin-Sharp, 2012), Michele Scarponi (Lampre-Merida, 2011), Danilo di Luca (Vini Fantini-Selle Italia, 2007) and Stefano Garzelli (Vini Fantini, 2000).
An omen? Not only was the Tour de Romandie the first career WorldTour victory for Chris Froome, but the previous two winners of the race have gone on to take the overall at the Tour de France: Cadel Evans (2011) and Bradley Wiggins (2012).