Tweets of the Week 2020 : The Mullet of Speed, Quintana conquers, #RideForStig

The racing was in Colombia and Provence (among other places) and there was some drama! Bouhanni wins! Quintana wins! Other people don’t! We also have NZ BatChamps, an update on Andre Greipel‘s surgery, and the amazing story of Stig Broeckx. Plus lots of gruppetto gifs! Go go go!

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VeloVoices Awards 2018: Inspiring story of the year

Sometimes bike racing is more than just competing on two wheels. This new award celebrates endeavours that made us think, made a difference and inspired us to be better humans. Everyone on this list deserves to win this award – they’ve all won our hearts and admiration. Vote now – or if you think we missed an inspiring story in cycling this year, write it in!

Previous Years: New Award

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KBK: Stuyven solo spoils sprinters day (but thrills everyone else)

Kuurne-Brussel-Kuurne is known as the sprinter’s classic but today, it was a solo win for Jasper Stuyven, who took off about 16km from the finish and only looked back in the last few metres as he straightened his Trek-Segafredo jersey before his victory salute. The sprint finish was only for the other steps on the podium, won by race favourite Alexander Kristoff and Nacer Bouhanni. Continue reading