Tour Down Under 2015 Post-race Impressions: Australian Youth Movement Takes Charge


2015’s first WorldTour race is in the books, with Rohan Dennis emerging as the surprise winner of the Tour Down Under just ahead of a very strong Richie Porte. With plenty of great performances across the six days of racing, especially from up-and-coming talents, the TDU offered a few big takeaways Read More →

Tour Down Under 2015 Preview


The wait is over! The long WorldTour offseason is finally coming to an end as things get kicked off this week in Australia with the 17th edition of the Tour Down Under. A six-day stage race in and around Adelaide, the race has grown bigger and bigger in the past few years, and Read More →

Giro d’Italia 2014: Stage 15 Preview


Stage 15: Valdengo > Plan di Montecampione – 225 km There were no huge time gaps among the main GC contenders on a Stage 14 that went to a breakaway, but we learned a lot on the first really hard climbs of this race about who is on top form. Nairo Quintana seems Read More →

Giro d’Italia 2014: Stage 12 Preview

Stage 12 Profile

Stage 12 (ITT): Barbaresco > Barolo – 41.9 km Though the early breakaway of Stage 11 was ultimately reeled in on the final climb, most of the GC contenders did not make much of an effort trying to make the finale interesting (Michael Rogers of Tinkoff-Saxo attacked off the front of the pack Read More →

Giro d’Italia 2014: Stage 9 Preview


Stage 9: Lugo > Sestola – 172 km Another mountain test awaits the peloton on the Giro d’Italia’s ninth stage. The big names will all be at least a bit winded after a tough day: the GC riders put in some high pace on the climbs of Stage 8 to reel in the Read More →

Giro d’Italia 2014: Stage 8 Preview

Stage 8 Profile

Stage 8: Foligno > Montecopiolo – 179 km Most of the major GC action in the Giro so far has come as a result of crashes on constantly wet roads, but Stage 8 will finally offer the sort of uphill tests to set up the first major mountain battle of the Read More →