Eneco Tour 2016 Preview


The final WorldTour stage race of 2016 is here. The Eneco Tour is a one-weeker for the one-day specialists, with cobbles, crosswinds, and punchy climbs aplenty. With a very strong startlist lining up in the Low Countries this week, this year’s edition of the race should provide plenty of entertainment. Read More →

The Recon Ride Podcast: Eneco Tour 2016


Episode 57: Eneco Tour 2016 Pre-race Show The Recon Ride talks parcours, favorites, and storylines ahead of this week’s Eneco Tour. Dane Cash of VeloHuman and Cosmo Catalano of Cyclocosm preview the penultimate WorldTour race of 2016, the Eneco Tour—which is drawing quite a crop of Classics stars and sprinters. Photo Read More →

Eneco Tour 2015 Preview


The WorldTour makes one last stop in Spring Classics territory for the weeklong Eneco Tour, a relatively young race that has nevertheless offered a healthy amount of high-caliber entertainment the past few years. While the race doesn’t visit any Alpine climbs, the cobbles and the short but steep uphill tests of Belgium and Read More →

The Recon Ride Podcast: Eneco Tour 2015 Pre-race Show


Episode 22: Eneco Tour 2015 Pre-race Show The WorldTour returns to Classics territory for the Eneco Tour, and the Recon Ride is here with all the analysis you need to prepare for the big race. Dane Cash of VeloHuman and Cosmo Catalano of Cyclocosm join forces to cover all the Read More →

Eneco Tour 2014 Preview

Eneco 2012

The WorldTour returns to the land of the Spring Classics for one week in August, and that week is upon us: the 2014 Eneco Tour is here. A seven-day ride through Belgium and the Netherlands, the Eneco Tour was for many years a race decided almost exclusively by one day Read More →

Eneco Tour 2013 Pre-race Outlook

All-rounder Roundup The weeklong drought of WorldTour racing since Weening took the Tour de Pologne in grand style with a strong final stage performance is finally over. The Eneco Tour is here, and WT cycling is finally returning to the territory of the spring classics, with the occasional crosswinds, cobbles, Read More →