Cam Wurf’s USA Pro Challenge Diary: stage 2
August 20, 2014
It was a good old fashion four seasons in a day here in Colorado. As my good mate Timmy Duggan said at the start: in the rockies always pack a warm pair of gloves just in case! He wasn’t wrong and by the time we had covered the 170km between Aspen and Crested Butte we […]
Cam Wurf’s USA Pro Challenge Diary: stage 1
August 19, 2014
Over the next week Cannondale’s Cameron Wurf will be blogging for CyclingTips about his experience at the USA Pro Challenge in Colorado. In this post Cam writes about stage 1, a hilly opening affair.
Cam and Richie’s excellent adventure
February 1, 2014
On Thursday I gave Richie Porte and Cam Wurf the keys to hijack the CyclingTips Instagram account so they could document their 400km ride around NE Tasmania. Amidst the regular season media circus, Grand Tour bubbles, and “business” of cycling, this story simply shows two cyclists who aren’t that much different from you and me […]
Cam Wurf’s Vuelta Wrap-up: why Horner deserved the win
September 20, 2013
As you all would have seen Cameron Wurf provided a daily diary for us during the Vuelta a Espana. Cam’s updates gave us a glimpse into the ups and downs of racing a Grand Tour. In Cam’s final piece he talks about why Chris Horner is a deserving winner and gives us some insight into […]
Cam Wurf’s Vuelta Diary – Next stop, Madrid!
September 15, 2013
Stage 20 of the Vuelta was considered to be the final real stage before tomorrow’s parade into Madrid. Everyone who arrives at the finish today, barring mishap, tomorrow should finish this year’s Vuelta a Espana. They certainly designed a hum-dinger of a stage and everyone in the bunch knew there would be no free kilometers […]
Cam Wurf’s Vuelta Diary – Now that’s racing!
September 14, 2013
Today’s stage was an absolute cracka! Katusha took the race by the scruff of the neck and by days end the stage winner came from their ranks. The first few kilometers went to the usual script. Ratto was first to open the throttle and in a blink of an eye 17 men had joined him. […]