From Grand Tours back to the Belgian cobbles – this week has given Classics fans a little bit of spring at the start of autumn with the Eneco Tour. And it threw up some surprises … Niki Terpstra (Etixx-QuickStep) finished second on today’s mini Tour of Flanders stage and with it, leapt from fifth onto the top step of the podium. Fellow late break-mate Oliver Naeson (IAM) was third on the stage and runner-up overall while Peter Sagan (Tinkoff), who was on the same time as Terpstra at the start of today, rounded out the podium. The race leader at the start of the final stage, Rohan Dennis (BMC), crashed and later abandoned.
Monthly Archives: September 2016
The Big Interview: The Legendary Adam Hansen
Introducing our guest VeloVoice, David Fletcher, a 15-year-old cycling journalist who has the knack for being in the right place at the right time. He’s British but lives in Galicia, Spain and runs his own blog, sprint-final. He nabbed the attention of a few riders in this year’s Vuelta and will be sharing some interviews with us. First up, the mighty Adam Hansen!
Vuelta a Espana 2016: A to Z (Part 2) – Movistarlets to Zzzz
Here’s the second part of our fond look back on La Vuelta where I go more off-piste and explore, among other things, Magnus Cort’s search for a girlfriend, sirens and (in)famous hotel beds!