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Giro d'Italia 2018: Rest Day 3 Recap

The second week of the Giro dItalia saw Simon Yates (Mitchelton-Scott) confirm his status as the strongest rider in the race and strengthen his grip on the maglia rosa with two further stage victories and second place on Monte Zoncolan. It was a meant to be a week filled with intermediate and sprint stages, ahead of a mountainous weekend billing, but the drama came early on Tuesdays mammoth 244km rolling stage from Penne to Gualdo Tadino, where Yates teammate Esteban Chaves was unceremoniously ...


Expect the unexpected: 31 years on, the Giro returns to Sappada

On Sunday, the Giro dItalia finishes in Sappada for the first time since 1987, and its hard not to think of Stephen Roche, Roberto Visentini, and all that. Memories of that internecine strife seemed even more apposite a week ago, when Esteban Chaves was still vying with Simon Yates for leadership of Mitchelton-Scott, but the basic lesson of that day 31 years ago still applies: this is ambush country. Everybody has a different version of the events of June 6, 1987. Roches account is obviously re...


Saturday in Hell: Monte Zoncolan leaves its mark on the Giro d'Italia

The banner at the bottom of Monte Zoncolan famously cites the inscription above the gates of Dantes conception of Hell in the Divine Comedy: Lasciate ogni speranza voi chentrate. Abandon all hope you who enter here. After three or so kilometres of the ascent, where the road ratchets up to a gradient of 22 per cent, another line from the Inferno might be even more appropriate: E fu tal ora chio avrei voluto ir per altra strada. It was then that I wished I had gone by another road. Unlike Dante,...


Emakumeen Bira Women's WorldTour 2018 - Start list

You can read more at Cyclingnews.com...


Monte Zoncolan: A ride to resurrection - Preview

After two sprint stages on flat roads from central Italy to the northeast, the Giro dItalia heads deep into the mountains on Saturday with the terrible Monte Zoncolan as the first part of a weekend double whammy of climbing. The locally called Kaiser dominates the Carnia mountains in the Friuli region close to the border with Austria and Slovenia. It is neither long nor high, but it is steep – very steep – with the 11.9 per cent average and sections at 20 per cent earning the Zoncolan the title...


Time trial tech at the Tour of California - Gallery

This article originally appeared on BikeRadar. At the Amgen Tour of California, many of the worlds very best teams assembled for the start of Wednesdays time trial in a hodge podge of rented vehicles, with follow vehicles ranging from wrapped team cars to pick-up trucks. The actual cycling gear was mostly straight-forward professional grade, but there was still a fair amount of quirky solutions to be found.ADVERTISEMENT BikeRadar wandered the team pits and loitered behind the starting house f...


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Giro d'Italia 2018: Rest Day 3 Recap

The second week of the Giro dItalia saw Simon Yates (Mitchelton-Scott) confirm his status as the strongest rider in the race and strengthen his grip on the maglia rosa with two further stage victories and second place on Monte Zoncolan. It was a meant to be a week filled with intermediate and sprint stages, ahead of a mountainous weekend billing, but the drama came early on Tuesdays mammoth 244km rolling stage from Penne to Gualdo Tadino, where Yates teammate Esteban Chaves was unceremoniously ...


Expect the unexpected: 31 years on, the Giro returns to Sappada

On Sunday, the Giro dItalia finishes in Sappada for the first time since 1987, and its hard not to think of Stephen Roche, Roberto Visentini, and all that. Memories of that internecine strife seemed even more apposite a week ago, when Esteban Chaves was still vying with Simon Yates for leadership of Mitchelton-Scott, but the basic lesson of that day 31 years ago still applies: this is ambush country. Everybody has a different version of the events of June 6, 1987. Roches account is obviously re...


Saturday in Hell: Monte Zoncolan leaves its mark on the Giro d'Italia

The banner at the bottom of Monte Zoncolan famously cites the inscription above the gates of Dantes conception of Hell in the Divine Comedy: Lasciate ogni speranza voi chentrate. Abandon all hope you who enter here. After three or so kilometres of the ascent, where the road ratchets up to a gradient of 22 per cent, another line from the Inferno might be even more appropriate: E fu tal ora chio avrei voluto ir per altra strada. It was then that I wished I had gone by another road. Unlike Dante,...


Emakumeen Bira Women's WorldTour 2018 - Start list

You can read more at Cyclingnews.com...


Monte Zoncolan: A ride to resurrection - Preview

After two sprint stages on flat roads from central Italy to the northeast, the Giro dItalia heads deep into the mountains on Saturday with the terrible Monte Zoncolan as the first part of a weekend double whammy of climbing. The locally called Kaiser dominates the Carnia mountains in the Friuli region close to the border with Austria and Slovenia. It is neither long nor high, but it is steep – very steep – with the 11.9 per cent average and sections at 20 per cent earning the Zoncolan the title...


Time trial tech at the Tour of California - Gallery

This article originally appeared on BikeRadar. At the Amgen Tour of California, many of the worlds very best teams assembled for the start of Wednesdays time trial in a hodge podge of rented vehicles, with follow vehicles ranging from wrapped team cars to pick-up trucks. The actual cycling gear was mostly straight-forward professional grade, but there was still a fair amount of quirky solutions to be found.ADVERTISEMENT BikeRadar wandered the team pits and loitered behind the starting house f...


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