The Recon Ride Podcast: Milan-San Remo 2017


Episode 65: Milan-San Remo 2017 Pre-race Show With Paris-Nice and Tirreno-Adriatico in the books, it’s time for La Classicissima, Milan-San Remo. John Degenkolb joins the podcast for a comprehensive pre-race show. The Recon Ride podcast teams up with Cyclingnews to preview the first Monument Classic of 2017. Photo by Martin Read More →

Milano-Sanremo 2016 Preview


The 107th edition of Milano-Sanremo gets underway Saturday. 291 kilometers of racing through north-western Italy, the event is a classic in every sense of the word, but unique among the classics in its appeal to sprinters and hardmen alike. The Route This year’s Milano-Sanremo route sticks to the recent formula: Read More →

The Recon Ride Podcast: Milano-Sanremo 2016


Episode 34: Milano-Sanremo 2016 Pre-race Show The Recon Ride takes a look at what’s to come in Milano-Sanremo, the first Monument Classic of the year. Dane Cash and Cosmo Catalano talk route, favorites, and big storylines ahead of “La Classicissima,” Milano-Sanremo—with an assist from Gregor Brown, expert on all things Read More →

Milano-Sanremo 2015 Preview

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Milano-Sanremo, the first one-day race on the 2015 WorldTour and also the first “Monument Classic” of the season, has almost arrived! The grueling event, which will take riders from Italy’s Lombardy region to its Ligurian coast this Sunday, combines an overlong race distance with a few topographic features along the way, and Read More →

The Recon Ride Podcast: Milano-Sanremo 2015 Pre-race Show


Episode 4: Milano-Sanremo 2015 Pre-race Show The Recon Ride takes on the first Monument Classic of 2015. The first WorldTour one-day event on the calendar and the first “Monument” of the season, Sunday’s 293-kilometer ride from Milan to San Remo gives the Recon Ride podcast plenty to discuss. Will Alexander Kristoff Read More →

Milano-Sanremo 2014 Post-race Impressions: Kristoff Delivers

Takeaways from La Classicissima di Primavera 2014 Milano-Sanremo 2014 is in the books! The VeloHuman race preview noted that whoever won this race would truly have to earn his glory, and after 300 rain-soaked kilometers, I’d say he did. The biggest takeaway from this race is obviously that Alexander Kristoff Read More →