Video: Juul Jensen on his first Grand Tour and on Roche’s and Majka’s Giro GC chances
First time Giro participant Chris Juul Jensen is back in action today when the Giro d’Italia restarts in Italy. While the Tinkoff Saxo rider is now competing under a Danish licence, the Irish stages were a homecoming of sorts as he grew up in the country and, thanks to his Irish mother, previously competed for […]
In the team car with the Australian National Team at the Tour d’Azerbaidjan
by Matt de Neef, CyclingTips Editor Of the 25 teams at the 2014 Tour d’Azerbaidjan, eight are ProContinental, 16 are Continental and just one is a national team: the Australian National Team. Australia has sent a representative team to all three editions of the race now known as the Tour d’Azerbaidjan (it was the Heydar […]
As part of our three part series in Ireland we made this short video that showcases some of the spectacular roads we visited around this marvellous country. See the full features here: Part 1 – Riding the Wicklow Mountains Part 2 – Riding stage 2 of the Giro d’Italia Part 3 – Riding stage 3 […]
How the race was won – Tour of Romandie
An important Tour de France tune-up race in what’s been, for many would-be contenders, a usual spring. Featuring TTs, climbs, sprints (bunch and tactical) and yes—victory cheese. For more “How the race was won” videos, head over to Cyclocosm.com.
Orica-GreenEDGE Backstage Pass: Liege-Bastogne-Liege
The Backstage Pass videos that Dan Jones and the Orica-GreenEDGE guys put together are entertaining even when the team’s had a bad day out. But when the team is winning a Monument like Liege-Bastogne-Liege these videos become a must-watch.
How The Race Was Won – Liege-Bastogne-Liege 2014
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