Last and most-tourism friendly of the Monuments, this year’s Il Lombardia cues up a fantastic one-day battle between the two most-recent Grand Tour winners, with a host of others ready to deliver a late-season surprise. RSS | SoundCloud Photo by Navin75 (CC-BY-SA).
Long, rolling, weird roads, bad weather—the Yorkshire 2019 World’s course opens any number of options for the sport’s biggest country-contested event. RSS | SoundCloud Photo by s.yuki (CC-BY).
The final week and my pre-race selection remains strongly in the lead. But the unorthodox finish of the last five stages (not a single Especial category climb!) might open the door for an opportunist to sneak away with a podium. RSS | SoundCloud Photo by Hiruka komunikazio-taldea (CC-BY-SA).
A very Vuelta first week of crashes and lead changes has finally given way to the real GC race. Four riders are starting to set themselves apart, but with two of them riding for Movistar…who knows. RSS | SoundCloud Photo by Peter Edmondson (CC-BY-SA).
Going into the third week of the 2019 Tour de France, the race has rarely seemed more open. With the toughest stages of the race to come, it should be one for the history books. RSS | SoundCloud Photo by Adrian Tombu (CC).
Even with Ineos looking in command, a great first week keeps open the promise of a thrilling and competitive two weeks to come at the Tour de France. RSS | SoundCloud Photo by Guillaume Vachey (CC).
A look at the the parcours and contenders for the 2019 Tour de France, plus some crazy guesswork at the first few stages and an interview with Toms Skujins of Trek-Segafredo. Temporary RSS | SoundCloud Photo by s.yuki (CC).
The Giro took a turn this week as the race headed into the mountains, setting up what looks to be an outstanding third week. Temporary RSS | SoundCloud Photo by Jussarian (CC).
Strange doings on the GC from the first week, but with the first mountain stages looming in the next few days, real changes could be in store. Temporary RSS | SoundCloud Photo by August Brill (CC).
Grand Tour season is upon us! Dane and I look at some stages in a generally atypical Giro, highlight a few promising stages, and tab a few winners. Temporary RSS | SoundCloud Photo by filip bossuyt (CC).