Peter Sagan

Sean Kelly Tour de France blog: I know exactly how Sagan feels

In his latest Tour de France blog for CyclingTips, four-time Green Jersey winner Sean Kelly analyses the frustration felt by Peter Sagan, assess where he and the team could be going wrong, discusses the withdrawals of Chris Froome and Alberto Contador and weighs up Vincenzo Nibali’s prospects of winning the Tour.

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Frustrated Sagan outmanoeuvred once again in Tour de France

Close but no cigar once again. He’s clearly one of the strongest and fastest riders in the Tour de France, but Peter Sagan was again outfoxed on the eleventh stage of the Tour de France and left hugely frustrated afterwards. The Cannondale Pro Cycling rider was strong in the finale and got up to lone […]

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Bikes of Le Tour: Cannondale’s animal-themed Super Six Evo Hi-Mod

In the latest in his Bikes of Le Tour series, CyclingTips reporter Dave Everett takes a look at the animal-themed bike paintjobs being sported by the Cannondale riders at this year’s Tour de France.

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Tour de France preview

The wait is over. This year’s Tour de France is at the door and we should be in for quite a show. Most likely, this will be the best fight for the overall win that we have seen in decades. In this post Mikkel Conde previews the route, the race and the riders that we […]

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Rocacorba Daily

In this morning’s edition of the Rocacorba Daily news digest: Kittel – “Cavendish is still a very good sprinter…he is enemy number one”; David Millar left out of Garmin-Sharp Tour de France squad; Ted King returns to the Tour de France to support Peter Sagan; Movistar announces Tour de France team in support of Valverde; […]

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Fans Welcome Peter Sagan Back to California

The 9th edition of America’s Greatest Race is back on May 11-18, 2014!

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USA Pro Challenge in photos

The third edition of the USA Pro Challenge finished this morning (Melbourne time) after seven entertaining stages in the US state of Colorado. Tejay van Garderen won the overall title while Peter Sagan dominated the sprints, winning four of the race’s seven stages. Photographer Wil Matthews was there to capture all the action.

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Chasing Le Tour: Sagan joins the winners’ list

Until today Peter Sagan hadn’t won a stage at this year’s Tour and he wasn’t satisfied with “just” wearing the green jersey. But now that Sagan has opened his account, the four biggest sprint contenders (Sagan, Cavendish, Greipel and Kittel) have all joined the winners’ list.

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Chasing The Tour | Stage 6 Blown To Bits

Stage 6 from Epernay to Metz was supposed to be a predictable and insignificant stage for the General Classification. Unfortunately, or fortunately – depending on who you ask, it turned out to be anything but that. The General Classification was torn to shreds and the two-man race between Evans and Wiggins looks to be all […]

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