Holy WOW! The hot money was on Remco Evenepoel (Quick-Step Alpha Vinyl) to win stage 10 of the Vuelta a Espana, and that’s exactly what happened. The bare facts speak for themselves. Clad in a red skinsuit Remco rocketed around the 30.9km flat course at an average speed of 55.658kph. Putting 48 seconds into Jumbo-Visma’s Primoz Roglic – the man who had never lost a time trial on Spanish soil, and beating his teammate (and long time stage leader) Remi Cavagna by a minute. He now leads the Vuelta by two minutes and forty one seconds from Roglic with Movistar’s Enric Mas in third
From attic to the outdoors.
From Alpe du Zwift to Collau Fancuaya.
Jay Vine (Alpecin-Deceuninck) conquered the Vuelta a Espana yet again to add Stage 8 and the polka dots to his palmares, and dispelling the likes of Marc Soler (UAE Team Emirates) and Thibaut Pinot (A Goat Farm in France). Behind the break a promised general classification throw down failed to materialize, as Remco ‘The Brick’ Evenepoel (Quick Step Alpha Vinyl) maintained his grasp on the red jersey.