The Vuelta a España is the most unpredictable of the three grand tours, with the puncheurs and climbers in particular feasting on the undulating parcours. Here are the men you should be keeping an especially close eye on over the next three weeks.
There are usually fewer dull moments in the Vuelta a España than in the other two grand tours combined. The Spanish course always favours aggressive racing, and the red jersey can be won and lost on even the most docile days. However, if you’re only able to tune in for a handful of stages, make sure you catch the five listed below. Continue reading
The 101st Tour de France, with its summit-heavy third week and only one individual time trial, has been designed to favour the climbers. So who’ll be in the frame for the maillot jaune and the other jerseys, en route to Paris? Continue reading