World Championships 2015: Team Time Trial Preview


The 2015 World Championships get underway with the team time trial, and the showdown for the men’s world title this year should be a good one. The TTT is often a predictable discipline, but there is not one team that can claim to be the sole heavy favorite in Richmond. The Route The Read More →

Giro d’Italia 2015: Stage 1 Preview


Stage 1 (TTT): San Lorenzo Mare › Sanremo – 17.6km The 98th Giro d’Italia gets underway with a 17.6-kilometer team time trial. It’s a short, flat affair from Point A to Point B, but there are some tight corners along the way. Huge gaps are unlikely but the good TTT Read More →

Orica-GreenEdge “Really Happy” with Progression of Keukeleire after Top 10s in Harelbeke and Roubaix


Ever since 2010, when he won the Driedaagse van West-Vlaanderen, Nokere-Koerse, and Memorial Samyn races all in one brilliant March, Jens Keukeleire has (deservedly) received mentions as an outsider and potential Top 10 candidate in many prognosticators’ Classics previews. The cobbled, one-day races have never been the strongest area for Read More →

World Championships 2014: Team Time Trial Preview


The Road World Championships get underway with the team time trial. If recent editions are any indication, the TTT should be a thrilling way to kick off a big week of cycling: the margin of victory for the men’s TTT in 2012 was only 3 seconds, and in 2013 things Read More →

Giro d’Italia 2014: Stage 1 Preview


Stage 1 (TTT): Belfast > Belfast – 21.7 km Welcome to the first of 21 stage previews for the 2014 Giro! In case you missed the overall race preview, you can find it here. As a quick note: I’ll be previewing every day of racing, all the way to Trieste, Read More →