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Richie Porte abandons Tour de France

Richie Porte has abandoned the 2018 Tour de France after crashing on stage 9. The BMC Racing team leader fell inside the opening 10 kilometres of the stage, well before the race reached the 15 sectors of cobbles that defined Sundays route to Roubaix. Porte came into the Tour de France looking to secure a podium spot, and after clinching the Tour de Suisse title in June, looked set to challenge Chris Froome (Team Sky) for the yellow jersey. However just 10 kilometres into stage 9 Portes race was...


Stuyven and Vermote: Dark horses with freedom on the cobbles

Two Belgian riders can be regarded as dark horses for the win on stage 9 of the Tour de France on Sunday, with a cobblestone stage from Arras to Roubaix. Jasper Stuyven (Trek-Segafredo) and Julien Vermote (Dimension Data) have free roles in their teams, whereas many other pavé specialists may be forced to stay with their general classification leaders. Both Stuyven and Vermote hope to seize their best chance at a stage victory in the 2018 Tour de France on Sunday afternoon. Stuyven’s name in Du...


Movistar hoping to limit their losses on Roubaix cobbles

Veteran Classics specialist Daniele Bennati and Movistar teammates Jose Rojas and Imanol Erviti face the arduous task of guiding not one, not two, but three team leaders across the Roubaix cobbles during today’s ninth stage of the Tour de France. Movistar have gone all-in on their assault at the Tour de France this year, selecting Nairo Quintana, Alejandro Valverde and Mikel Landa as joint team leaders in the hope that at least one of them can survive the expected carnage of the cobbles, remain...


Chris Froome could ride Vuelta a Espana in August

Chris Froome has not ruled out riding the Vuelta a Espana this August, and could take on the unprecedented challenge of trying to win all three Grand Tours in one calendar year. The 33-year-old won a debut Giro dItalia in May and is currently riding the Tour de France, where he is aiming to win a fifth title, but is set to assess how he feels and whether he wants to also target this years Vuelta when the Tour ends. Alongside his four Tour de France titles and victory in the Giro this year, Fro...


Tour de France: Degenkolb scared off by Gaviria in stage 8 sprint

Trek-Segafredos John Degenkolb scored his best result of this years Tour de France so far in a chaotic sprint at the end of stage 8 to Amiens, won by Dutch ace Dylan Groenewegen (LottoNL-Jumbo). But Degenkolbs third place behind Bora-Hansgrohes Peter Sagan came at the expense of Fernando Gaviria (Quick-Step Floors) and André Greipel (Lotto Soudal), who were relegated from their podium positions for head-butting. Degenkolb told Cyclingnews that he was finding his sprinters instinct again, which ...


Giro Rosa: Stage 9 highlights - Video

Some 21 years after it first appeared in the race, the Monte Zoncolan returned to the route of the Giro Rosa and it didn’t disappoint with Annemiek van Vleuten (Mitchelton-Scott) claiming an emphatic victory on stage 9. After moving into pink in the time trial earlier in the week, Van Vleuten sought to solidify her position at the top of the top of the standings. Meanwhile, behind her in the overall classification, there was still plenty to play for. A three-rider break of Silvia Valsecchi (Be...


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Richie Porte abandons Tour de France

Richie Porte has abandoned the 2018 Tour de France after crashing on stage 9. The BMC Racing team leader fell inside the opening 10 kilometres of the stage, well before the race reached the 15 sectors of cobbles that defined Sundays route to Roubaix. Porte came into the Tour de France looking to secure a podium spot, and after clinching the Tour de Suisse title in June, looked set to challenge Chris Froome (Team Sky) for the yellow jersey. However just 10 kilometres into stage 9 Portes race was...


Stuyven and Vermote: Dark horses with freedom on the cobbles

Two Belgian riders can be regarded as dark horses for the win on stage 9 of the Tour de France on Sunday, with a cobblestone stage from Arras to Roubaix. Jasper Stuyven (Trek-Segafredo) and Julien Vermote (Dimension Data) have free roles in their teams, whereas many other pavé specialists may be forced to stay with their general classification leaders. Both Stuyven and Vermote hope to seize their best chance at a stage victory in the 2018 Tour de France on Sunday afternoon. Stuyven’s name in Du...


Movistar hoping to limit their losses on Roubaix cobbles

Veteran Classics specialist Daniele Bennati and Movistar teammates Jose Rojas and Imanol Erviti face the arduous task of guiding not one, not two, but three team leaders across the Roubaix cobbles during today’s ninth stage of the Tour de France. Movistar have gone all-in on their assault at the Tour de France this year, selecting Nairo Quintana, Alejandro Valverde and Mikel Landa as joint team leaders in the hope that at least one of them can survive the expected carnage of the cobbles, remain...


Chris Froome could ride Vuelta a Espana in August

Chris Froome has not ruled out riding the Vuelta a Espana this August, and could take on the unprecedented challenge of trying to win all three Grand Tours in one calendar year. The 33-year-old won a debut Giro dItalia in May and is currently riding the Tour de France, where he is aiming to win a fifth title, but is set to assess how he feels and whether he wants to also target this years Vuelta when the Tour ends. Alongside his four Tour de France titles and victory in the Giro this year, Fro...


Tour de France: Degenkolb scared off by Gaviria in stage 8 sprint

Trek-Segafredos John Degenkolb scored his best result of this years Tour de France so far in a chaotic sprint at the end of stage 8 to Amiens, won by Dutch ace Dylan Groenewegen (LottoNL-Jumbo). But Degenkolbs third place behind Bora-Hansgrohes Peter Sagan came at the expense of Fernando Gaviria (Quick-Step Floors) and André Greipel (Lotto Soudal), who were relegated from their podium positions for head-butting. Degenkolb told Cyclingnews that he was finding his sprinters instinct again, which ...


Giro Rosa: Stage 9 highlights - Video

Some 21 years after it first appeared in the race, the Monte Zoncolan returned to the route of the Giro Rosa and it didn’t disappoint with Annemiek van Vleuten (Mitchelton-Scott) claiming an emphatic victory on stage 9. After moving into pink in the time trial earlier in the week, Van Vleuten sought to solidify her position at the top of the top of the standings. Meanwhile, behind her in the overall classification, there was still plenty to play for. A three-rider break of Silvia Valsecchi (Be...


Bontrager Glo/Ember Light Set - bontra-light_gloember_set - Cycling sku

- bontra-light_gloember_set by Bontrager

Item description: This Cycling Bontrager product is by Bontrager - This great light Set combines Bontrager's Glo and Ember lights for convenient front and rear visibility! These super-compact lights have a single LED (Glo is white for front; Ember is red for rear) that can be run in steady or flashing mode and make you visible from 2,000 feet! Plus, you can attach them pretty much anywhere in seconds with simple silicone straps!Bontrager Glo/Ember Light Set Features: Front headlight Rear safety light Good for commuting Trail riding... Learn More

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