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Top Pro Cyclists 2021
Michael Kovacs, ADMIN - Aug 4, 2021

The 2021 cycling season has already begun, and this season there is a whole new roster of top riders to keep an eye on through the Tour de France and onwards. Tadej Pogačar – UAE-Team Emirates This young cyclist has impressed and even shocked many over the previous few seasons. With wins at tours in […]


Dan Garza - Jul 13, 2016

Tour de France Stage 10 Analysis After a much needed rest day the peloton headed back on the roads to continue the journey to Paris. Today was a toss up for who would come out on top, and in the end it belonged to the breakaway. A sprinter would claim the victory and defeat the […]

Dan Garza - Jul 10, 2016

Tour de France Stage 9 Analysis It was a grueling day in the mountains for the riders as they ascended five categorized climbs in stage nine. The day was full of attacks and non-stop action. There were also some disappointment, as one of the top contenders coming into the race has dropped out. Dumoulin Takes […]

Dan Garza - Jul 8, 2016

Tour de France Stage 7 Analysis The first day in the Pyrenees provided an interesting stage for fans. It featured a brilliant solo effort for the stage win, and another day in yellow for BMC. In addition, a few general classification riders found themselves in trouble. The last kilometer was difficult in unexpected ways. Super Steve The […]

Dan Garza - Jul 6, 2016

The first day in the mountains was  a struggle for some, and a joy for others. In the end there is a new yellow jersey wearer and a few more shakeups in the general classification standings. Tour de France Stage 5 Analysis Van Avermaet Goes The Distance It was a day to remember for Greg […]

Dan Garza - Jul 3, 2016

Stage two did not disappoint in terms of drama and excitement. It came down to an exciting finish between some of the worlds best, and in the end a new rider claimed the yellow jersey. Tour de France Stage 2 Analysis First Time in Yellow Peter Sagan has accomplished a lot in his career already, […]

Dan Garza - Jul 2, 2016

Tour de France Stage 1 Analysis The 2016 edition of the Tour de France got underway Saturday afternoon, as the peloton started their journey from Mont-Saint-Michel. Today was a day for the sprinters as the stage came down to an exciting final sprint. However, the road to the final sprint was filled with crashes. Including […]

Dan Garza - Jul 2, 2016

The 2016 edition of the Tour de France begins Saturday, and cycling fans could not be anymore excited. This years route will feature 21 stages of action that include nine flat stages, one hilly stage, nine mountain stages (4 summit finishes), and two individual time trials. Rest days will be after stage nine and stage […]

Dan Garza - Jul 1, 2016

We’re just days away from the start of the Tour de France, as the riders set to embark on another memorable grand tour. This years race for the yellow jersey will feature many of the usual big names in cycling. With defending champion Chris Froome highlighting the start list. Will this be Froome’s year again? […]

Dan Garza - Jun 19, 2016

Lopez Wins Tour De Suisse The 2016 edition of the Tour de Suisse provided plenty of drama and action as the riders battled it out in the countryside of Switzerland. There were seven different riders who wore the yellow jersey over the course of the nine day race this year, which made for an exciting […]

Dan Garza - Jun 14, 2016

Froome wins Dauphine for the second year in a row. The British rider proved that he is the man to beat at the Tour de France in July.

Dan Garza - Jun 11, 2016

The Tour de Suisse gets underway this Saturday. This years edition of the race will feature more climbing in the later stages of the race. This will sit well for many of the riders that are in Tour de France preparation, as the race is now less than a month away. Despite this race not […]

Dan Garza - Jun 4, 2016

The 2016 edition of the Criterium du Dauphine gets under way this Sunday. This years race features a stacked field of riders

Dan Garza - May 29, 2016

When Vincenzo Nibali (Astana) stepped up onto the podium on Sunday evening to celebrate his Giro d’ Italia victory, he probably felt relief. This was his first grand tour victory since the Tour de France in 2014. This was by not any means an easy win, overcoming a deficit of 4 minutes and 41 seconds along the […]

Dan Garza - May 23, 2016

The second week of the Giro d’ Italia has provided plenty of excitement and drama for cycling fans. It’s been filled with exciting finishes, fantastic performances, and disappointment. The riders are now preparing for the final week ahead in Italy. It will all comes down to the next six stages of the race. Steven Kruijswijk […]

Dan Garza - May 16, 2016

The Giro d’ Italia general classification battle is going to heat up this week. It will be a mentally demanding week for the GC contenders, and their teams. With multiply mountain top finishes, and an uphill individual time trial. The week ahead promises plenty of action and excitement in the quest for the Maglia Rosa. […]



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