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2018 Tour de France stage-by-stage guide

The final countdown to the 2018 Tour de France has begun, and with it comes Cyclingnews’ comprehensive look at the 21 stages that the 176 riders starting this year’s race will have to negotiate en route to the big finish in Paris. Starting in Noirmoutier-en-l’Ile in the Vendée on July 7, this year’s stages include a 35.5km team time trial around Cholet on stage 3 – a discipline that is often a very strong indicator of a team’s collective strength for the entire Tour – and a tough conclusion to ...


'Mission accomplished' for Uran in Slovenia

Rigoberto Urán came to the Tour of Slovenia with the Tour de France in mind, his EF Education First-Drapac team having added the five-day 2.1 race to the calendar as a late addition to bridge the gap to the Tour de France, which starts a week later this year. The plan worked out to perfection, with Urán taking a stage 3 win in Celje and backing it up with 15th in the final time trial to seal second overall. Stage 4 winner Primoz Roglic (LottoNL-Jumbo) won the final time trial and the overall. ...


Valverde: That's a confirmation I did things right for the past month

Ilness forced Alejandro Valverde (Movistar) to change his calendar in the run-up to the Tour de France, skipping the nine-day Tour de Suisse for the more low-key Route dOccitanie, where the Spaniard made the most of his re-tooled schedule by taking a stage win and the overall at the four-day French race. We must still remain happy, because after all, we won the overall classification, Valverde said in a statement released by his team. Thats a confirmation I did things right for the past month,...


Rivera: This win belongs to the whole team

Two riders could celebrate victories in Colwyn Bay as the OVO Energy Womens Tour came to an end on Sunday. Coryn Rivera (Team Sunweb) defended her green jersey on stage 5 through Snowdonia, and Lotta Lepistö (Cervélo-Bigla) did one better than on Saturdays stage 4 when she won the seaside sprint. After a spring season hampered by illness and injury, the Finnish sprinter was relieved to stand on the top step of the podium. Finally a win, now the pressure is off my shoulders, Lepistö said. Its a...


Tour de Suisse stage 9 time trial start times

The Tour de Suisse concludes on Sunday with a 34.1km individual time trial in Bellinzona, where Richie Porte (BMC) will hope to secure final overall victory. The Australian carries a lead of 17 seconds over Nairo Quintana (Movistar) into the final stage, while Wilco Kelderman (Sunweb) is 52 seconds down in third. The first rider off is Calvin Watson (Aqua Blue Sport), who sets out at 13:07 local time. Of the early starters, Taylor Phinney (EF-Drapac), Michael Hepburn (Mitchelton-Scott) and Maci...


Valverde builds for Tour de France with Route d'Occitanie stage win

Alejandro Valverde clocked up his 10th victory of 2018 when he emerged first from the mist atop Les Monts d’Olmes to claim stage 3 of the Route d’Occitanie, but the Spaniard downplayed his prospects of leading Movistar’s Tour de France challenge next month. Valverde is set to line up alongside Mikel Landa and Nairo Quintana in a star-studded Tour selection, but despite his remarkable form, the 38-year-old suggested that his role in that triumvirate would primarily be a supporting one. “We’ll g...


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2018 Tour de France stage-by-stage guide

The final countdown to the 2018 Tour de France has begun, and with it comes Cyclingnews’ comprehensive look at the 21 stages that the 176 riders starting this year’s race will have to negotiate en route to the big finish in Paris. Starting in Noirmoutier-en-l’Ile in the Vendée on July 7, this year’s stages include a 35.5km team time trial around Cholet on stage 3 – a discipline that is often a very strong indicator of a team’s collective strength for the entire Tour – and a tough conclusion to ...


'Mission accomplished' for Uran in Slovenia

Rigoberto Urán came to the Tour of Slovenia with the Tour de France in mind, his EF Education First-Drapac team having added the five-day 2.1 race to the calendar as a late addition to bridge the gap to the Tour de France, which starts a week later this year. The plan worked out to perfection, with Urán taking a stage 3 win in Celje and backing it up with 15th in the final time trial to seal second overall. Stage 4 winner Primoz Roglic (LottoNL-Jumbo) won the final time trial and the overall. ...


Valverde: That's a confirmation I did things right for the past month

Ilness forced Alejandro Valverde (Movistar) to change his calendar in the run-up to the Tour de France, skipping the nine-day Tour de Suisse for the more low-key Route dOccitanie, where the Spaniard made the most of his re-tooled schedule by taking a stage win and the overall at the four-day French race. We must still remain happy, because after all, we won the overall classification, Valverde said in a statement released by his team. Thats a confirmation I did things right for the past month,...


Rivera: This win belongs to the whole team

Two riders could celebrate victories in Colwyn Bay as the OVO Energy Womens Tour came to an end on Sunday. Coryn Rivera (Team Sunweb) defended her green jersey on stage 5 through Snowdonia, and Lotta Lepistö (Cervélo-Bigla) did one better than on Saturdays stage 4 when she won the seaside sprint. After a spring season hampered by illness and injury, the Finnish sprinter was relieved to stand on the top step of the podium. Finally a win, now the pressure is off my shoulders, Lepistö said. Its a...


Tour de Suisse stage 9 time trial start times

The Tour de Suisse concludes on Sunday with a 34.1km individual time trial in Bellinzona, where Richie Porte (BMC) will hope to secure final overall victory. The Australian carries a lead of 17 seconds over Nairo Quintana (Movistar) into the final stage, while Wilco Kelderman (Sunweb) is 52 seconds down in third. The first rider off is Calvin Watson (Aqua Blue Sport), who sets out at 13:07 local time. Of the early starters, Taylor Phinney (EF-Drapac), Michael Hepburn (Mitchelton-Scott) and Maci...


Valverde builds for Tour de France with Route d'Occitanie stage win

Alejandro Valverde clocked up his 10th victory of 2018 when he emerged first from the mist atop Les Monts d’Olmes to claim stage 3 of the Route d’Occitanie, but the Spaniard downplayed his prospects of leading Movistar’s Tour de France challenge next month. Valverde is set to line up alongside Mikel Landa and Nairo Quintana in a star-studded Tour selection, but despite his remarkable form, the 38-year-old suggested that his role in that triumvirate would primarily be a supporting one. “We’ll g...


Sdg I-Fly I-Beam Saddles - 510671094 - Cycling sku

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