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Vuelta a Redemption

This is Peter Sagan's first Vuelta. He showed up fresh off the heels of securing his fourth consecutive Green Jersey at the Tour de France. It was, however, a Green Jersey that he won without winning a single stage.
Thursday, August 27, 2015 | Details


Tuesday, August 25, 2015 | Details

Vuelta a Redemption

As the third Grand Tour in the calendar, the Vuelta a España oftentimes gets overshadowed. It’s a race that lacks the instantly recognizable climbs and mountain passes that spark the imaginations of cyclists the world over, but what the Vuelta does have, however, is some of the best Grand Tour racing in recent memory.
Friday, August 21, 2015 | Details

Eleven Straight Wins

To win is one thing, but to dominate with seemingly effortless consistency is another thing entirely. Gwen Jorgensen is currently on the hottest of streaks, having won her last eleven races in the World Triathlon Series (WTS).
Tuesday, August 11, 2015 | Details

Lizzie Armitstead has pedaled her way to numerous podium placements, wins and a fair share of British National titles. In her performance at the 2015 British Road Cycling Championships this past June, she all but dropped the competition, climbing to victory alone, over rough cobblestone streets, to take the title.
Thursday, July 30, 2015 | Details

Battle Born

For three weeks in France, 198 riders circumnavigate the country participating in the largest, most difficult annual sporting event in the world. However, within the race itself are a hundred different sub-plots and inner battles being waged at any given moment, often unbeknownst to us viewers.
Friday, July 24, 2015 | Details

There’s nothing quite like being at a professional cycling race. Boots on the ground so to speak. A fan, right in the thick of it. The plan was to share the experience of being a fan at a race, and to add helpful fan tips from the pros on how YOU can be a great fan of women’s cycling.
Wednesday, July 22, 2015 | Details

There’s nothing quite like being at a professional cycling race. Boots on the ground so to speak. A fan, right in the thick of it. The plan was to share the experience of being a fan at a race, and to add helpful fan tips from the pros on how YOU can be a great fan of women’s cycling.
Wednesday, July 22, 2015 | Details

The best way to watch a race like La Course by Le Tour de France is to get to Paris, tout de suite, and see the women of the pro peloton battle it out on the majestic Champs-Elysées, in person. Can’t swing it? Don’t worry—you can still fan hard from the comfort of your couch.
Wednesday, July 22, 2015 | Details

Battle Born

For three weeks in France, 198 riders circumnavigate the country participating in the largest, most difficult annual sporting event in the world. However, within the race itself are a hundred different sub-plots and inner battles being waged at any given moment, often unbeknownst to us viewers.
Wednesday, July 22, 2015 | Details