Lefevere Maintains Mostly Positive Outlook After Another Near Miss at Gent-Wevelgem

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With Stijn Vandenbergh and Niki Terpstra in a small lead group in the final 10 kilometers of Gent-Wevelgem, EQS seemed to have control of the race with a deadly 1-2 punch. But Luca Paolini launched a powerful attack with around 6 kilometers left in the stage, and not even the Read More →

Gent-Wevelgem 2015: Race Day Thoughts from André Greipel, Sam Bennett, and Heinrich Haussler

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VeloHuman caught up with a few of the potential protagonists of Gent-Wevelgem just before the start of the race to get some inside-the-peloton insight on the race and the day’s nasty conditions. André Greipel (Lotto Soudal) How do you prepare in the run-up to a race like this, when you’re Read More →

Sagan’s Surprise Power Failure Leaves Stybar Following the Wrong Wheel in E3 Harelbeke Finale

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When the gap between a dwindling E3 Harelbeke peloton and Peter Sagan, Geraint Thomas, and Zdenek Stybar had gone out to around one minute as the riders approached the finish line, it became clear that a victory in first Belgian Classic of the 2015 WorldTour would soon grace the palmares of Read More →

Janez Brajkovic Happy with Chance to “Start All Over” in New Environment with UnitedHealthcare, Confident in Ability to Contend for GC Results

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Back in 2012, Janez Brajkovič began his second stint at Astana with a bang, nabbing a stage win in the Volta a Catalunya and Top 10s in the Tour de Romandie and Critérium du Dauphiné before picking up an overall win in the Tour de Slovénie and then taking one Read More →

Tyler Farrar on Classics Ambitions and Expectations for 2015: “I Think We All Evolve as Riders over the Course of Our Careers.”

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After eight seasons riding for Garmin, Tyler Farrar found himself on the market for a new team last fall. Having just turned 30, and in the middle of a season that included a few strong results but no wins to that point, the American sprinter and Classics specialist was undoubtedly a Read More →

VeloHuman Up-and-comer Q&A Series: Wanty-Groupe Gobert’s Roy Jans

For the latest installment of the Up-and-comer Q&A Series, VeloHuman talked to Wanty-Groupe Gobert’s Roy Jans. Now in his third year with the Belgian Pro Continental squad, Roy Jans is quickly coming into his own as a fast-finisher and potential contender for the one-day races. Despite being sidelined by mononucleosis early on Read More →