Sep Vanmarcke Quietly Confident for GPs Québec and Montréal, Hopeful for Worlds Selection


Fresh off a stage win in the Tour of Alberta, Belkin’s Sep Vanmarcke will line up for this weekend’s Grand Prix Cycliste de Québec and Grand Prix Cycliste de Montreal hoping to continue his successful run in North America. He has never ridden the GP Québec or GP Montréal, but he does Read More →

BMC’s Greg Van Avermaet on Racing the GPs Québec and Montréal with Worlds Looming: “It’s Really Important to be Good Here.”

Greg Van Avermaet

Greg Van Avermaet is one of the top contenders for this weekend’s Canadian classics, having landed on the podium in Québec in back-to-back years and notching a 4th place in Montréal in the 2013 edition. He sat down with VeloHuman before the GP Québec to talk about his form, his expectations for both Read More →

Ben Swift Optimistic about Form, Targeting GP Ouest-France, Tour of Britain, and World Championships

Ben Swift

After ending his 2013 campaign early to undergo surgery to fix a painful shoulder injury, Team Sky’s Ben Swift is back to his best in 2014. Following a strong spring and early summer, he took a break from racing, and then returned to competition at the beginning of this month with a Read More →

2015 Road World Champs Courses Revealed


The routes of the 2015 UCI Road World Championship races were announced yesterday. As someone who has lived almost his whole life within an hour or two of Richmond, Virginia, every piece of news involving the 2014 championships reignites my amazement that the first USA-hosted champs race in decades will Read More →

World Championship Road Race 2013 Post-race Impressions: Costa Campeão

The Narrative For those who have watched Rui Costa win back-to-back Tours de Suisse, three stages of the Tour de France, and the Grand Prix Cycliste de Montreal, it was only a matter of time before the young Portuguese all-rounder took that marquee victory to make himself a cycling fan Read More →

UCI World Championship Road Race 2013 Preview

The Main Event The first few days of World Champs week have lived up to the hype; Tony Martin delivered back-to-back legendary performances in the team and individual time trials to kick things off in grand style. Now, the thrilling conclusion draws near. For many of the biggest names in Read More →