The breakaway takes the day, a big win for Alexey Lutsenko, Greg Van Avermaet another podium finish and american Neilson Powless 4th on his 24th. Alaphilippe shows he would otherwise still wear yellow and we start to wonder when Sagan will wear green again.
Stage 5 went from zero to 100 real quick. The first stage without a breakaway since atleast 2008 saved all the drama for the final KM’s and after the conclusion of the race. Ineos attacked to try and break up the peloton, which ultimately cracked the likes of Ewan, Nizzolo and Viviani, setting up WoutContinue reading “Alaphilippe out of yellow at the Tour de France and new shoulders for the green jersey”
Julian Alaphilippe successfully defends the yellow jersey and while there are not big time gaps, some riders already are showing strength and cracks, we break down what we saw on stage 4. Then we look ahead to a sprinters day on stage 5, including the fight for the green jersey competition which is currently tiedContinue reading “Tour de France: Stage 4 Recap and Preview of Stages 5 & 6”
Caleb Ewan flies to a sprint win and Julian Alaphilippe brightens a rainy stage wearing the yellow Jersey once again.
Guest Andy Craze joins us to talk about what we’ve seen during the first two days of the tour, Alaphilippe in Yellow, dynamics in the peloton, and what we can look forward to for the rest of the Tour. Exciting and gripping cycling during the first two days with crashes impacting Ineos, Jumbo Visma andContinue reading “Tour de France: Stages 1 & 2”
A rundown of my predictions for who finishes in the top 10 positions in the General Classification in hopes of winning the yellow jersey at the Tour de France, as well as the next best 5 who are on the outside looking in. Here is my top 10 list, listen to hear why: Primoz RoglicContinue reading “Tour de France Preview: Top 10 GC Prediction”
A full spring of racing packed into two weeks. We cover the senseless crashes of Fabio Jakobsen, Remco Evenepoel, and Max Schachmann thanks to the UCI, crashes and injuries in the Peloton and then get onto the racing itself. Strade Bianchi, Milan Sanremo, Il Lombardia, Ventoux, Tour de l’ain, Volta a Burgos, Tour of Poland,Continue reading “Racing is back! Crashes, races, who’s up and who’s down, transfers, and fantasy Tour de France!”
UAE Tour canceled following the 5th stage after two Italian team staff members tested positive for the Coronavirus. What does this mean going forward and what did we learn from the stages that did transpire? Listen to find out!
We recap the big win for Remco Evenepoel. Give nods to Fernando Gaviria who appears to have found his form, take a look at American Brandon McNulty and start to, but not worry too much about the form of green machine Peter Sagan. In other occurrences, we pay homage to the fast start for TadejContinue reading “Recap: Vuelta a San Juan”