Jurgen Van den Broeck passed the finish with Bauke Mollema and Fränk Schleck. He’s thirteenth in GC now. The post 2014 Tour de France: Jurgen Van den Broeck talks about the first Pyrenees stage appeared first on Bike World News.
Michael Rogers (Tinkoff Saxo) won stage 16 of the Tour de France 2014 with a solo ride to the finish line that began 4.5 kilometers outside of Bagnères-de-Luchon. Thomas Voeckler (Team Europcar) was second and Vasili Kiryienka (Team Sky) was third. “I had the feeling that my stage truly began at the foot of the final climb and at the top, […]
Louis Reboul dominated Swatch Prime Line Munich from start to finish to earn the next wildcard spot in the Red Bull District Ride The post “Looping Louis” Reboul wins wildcard for Red Bull District Ride appeared first on Bike World News.
Team SmartStop selected for US Pro Cycling Challenge, both sponsored by Polar Bottle. The post Polar Bottle is Official Water Bottle Sponsor of Pro Cycling Challenge Team- Team SmartStop. appeared first on Bike World News.
Canadian BMXers are ready to take on the World at the 2014 UCI BMX World Championships The post BMX Worlds start tomorrow in the Netherlands appeared first on Bike World News.
Although he had hoped to repeat his stage win of twelve months ago and was yet to do so, Simon Gerrans has taken the decision to withdraw from this year’s Tour de France. The Australian rider completed stage 16 in the Pyrenees but will not take the start of Wednesday’s 17th stage. “Obviously it’s disappointing […]
By Julien Pretot BAGNERES DE LUCHON France (Reuters) – Michael Rogers abandoned his dream of winning a grand tour to target more reasonable goals and his shift of ambition paid off on Tuesday when he won the 16th stage of the Tour de France. Asked if he would have had the opportunity to go for a stage win if the Spaniard was still in the race, he said: “Probably not.
Alejandro Valverde and his Movistar Team showed that they have what it takes to be on the final podium of the 2014 Tour de France. The post Movistar shows podium potential on Stage 16 appeared first on Bike World News.
By Julien Pretot BAGNERES DE LUCHON France (Reuters) – Romain Bardet had promised to “blow up the race”, but it was Thibaut Pinot who set off the fireworks on the ascent to the Port de Bales on Tuesday’s 16th stage of the Tour de France. Pinot, who climbed to third in the overall standings, was the strongest of the general classification contenders on the 11.7-km climb as podium rivals Bardet and American Tejay van Garderen cracked.
Michael Rogers abandoned his dream of winning a grand tour to target more reasonable goals and his shift of ambition paid off on Tuesday when he won the 16th