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After looking incredibly strong on the opening stages, the week progressively got worse for UAE Team EmiratesRead more
‘I’ve always been in the shadow of Remco’ - Behind Lennert Van Eetvelt’s breakthrough UAE Tour victory
The Belgian rider took the biggest win of his career after starting the race as an underdog, and he hopes the best is still yet to comeRead more
Despite a continued formidable strength in numbers, the resurgence of rivals shows SD Worx may not have things their own way quite as often this se...Read more
Too soon to peak: what does Omloop Het Nieuwsblad really tell us about the upcoming Spring Classics?
Despite a perhaps less explosive start to the Classics season by their starman Wout van Aert, the formidable Visma-Lease a Bike still found a way t...Read more
‘The future looks bright this year’ - Arvid de Kleijn on his UAE Tour near misses and the next step for Tudor Pro Cycling
After three second places finishes, the Dutch rider explains that his team are satisfied with their results in the Middle EastRead more
‘They call him the Leopard’ - Olav Kooij, Visma-Lease a Bike’s unassuming 22-year-old sprinter beating the world’s best
The young Dutchman achieved one of the biggest wins of his career at the UAE Tour, and his sports director says this is only just the beginningRead more
The Soudal–Quick-Step team boss has one of the most powerful voices in cycling, but repeatedly fails to use it wiselyRead more
‘Cavendish always steps up at the big ones’ - Mark Renshaw and Michael Mørkøv on keeping the faith in their sprinter
Both Cavendish’s sports director and teammate insist that early season races don't offer a reliable judgement of how the Manxman will perform at bi...Read more
Hedging bets, taking risks and increasing the speed: Why modern day bunch sprints are harder to win than ever
The likes of Tim Merlier, Mark Renshaw and Sam Bennett discuss how faster finishes and an increased level have changed the art of the bunch sprint ...Read more