BMC Racing put in dominant performance to win opening team time trial of Tour de Suisse

BMC Racing took triumph on the opening group time preliminary of the Tour de Suisse as they put Stefan Küng in the pioneer’s pullover and Richie Porte in the ideal position with an early favorable position over his GC rivals. With an elite player group including Porte, Küng, Tejay Van Garderen, and Greg Van Avermaet, […]

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Five lung-busting British climbs that no bike race has dared to use for a summit finish

There are likely a horde of superbly great reasons yet there’s no getting away from the way that last year’s Tour of Britain, was, well, somewhat level, and let’s be realistic level doesn’t engage anybody, not until the last kilometer in any event. What we bicycle hustling fans need are slopes, huge slopes and more […]

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Backspin: Tension teased at Dauphine, Yates sets sights on Le Tour, Bennett builds off Giro steam

While Briton Adam Yates (Michelton-Scott) was besting Spaniard Daniel Navarro (Cofidis, Solutions Crédits) at the line (LINK) on the seventh and last stage, a preparing common war between the British and French groups was starting out of sight. Subsequent to spending the better piece of seven days tussling for general characterization, AG2R demonstrated little civility […]

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A look back at the classics showdown between Sagan and Quick-Step

Along an old ranch street, at a touch in excess of 50 kilometers to go in cycling’s most appalling race, the rainbow obscure of the best on the planet’s pullover sped past. In a moment, Peter Sagan propelled the triumphant assault at the current year’s Paris-Roubaix. His amazing move, which consolidated brains and muscle, without […]

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Bardet growing weary of questions surrounding Froome case

Romain Bardet (Ag2r-La Mondiale) feels like pretty much every other person with short of what multi month to go to the Tour de France. The exact opposite thing the French star needs to discuss is Chris Froome’s progressing salbutamol case, yet the inquiries continue coming. Hustling this week at the Critérium du Dauphiné, where he […]

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Dauphine stage 7: Thomas takes overall title while Yates nabs impressive stage win

Adam Yates (Mitchelton-Scott) put on a hazardous show in the last meters of the seventh phase of the Critérium du Dauphiné to overwhelm Dani Navarro (Cofidis) for an emotional stage win. Navarro, who was an individual from the early breakaway and hoped to have the stage win close by until the point that the last […]

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