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An Unhappy Pidcock!

It was a less than happy Tom Pidcock at the end of the Under 23 European cyclo-cross championships on Sunday. The British World champion was less than pleased with the sprint of Belgian Eli Iserbyt. Pidcock claimed that Iserbyt had moved from his line and pushed Pidcock towards the barriers.

Euro Cross Champs!

This photo of the European cyclo-cross championships makes it look like a dull day in Tabor, Czech Republic. Far from dull, the weather was good and the racing was hot. Full men's video in EUROTRASH Monday.

Van Der Poel – Euro Champ

Mathieu van der Poel (Netherlands) took the European cyclo-cross championship in Tabor, Czech Republic on Sunday. Much like the rest of the season he made light work of the win beating his countryman, Lars van der Haar by 23 seconds and Toon Aerts (Belgium) by 1:26.

Cav – Big In Japan!

Dimension Data's Mark Cavendish rounded off the 2017 season with a much needed win after probably his worst year. 'Cav' out-sprinted the two top Japanese pros; Fumiyuki Beppu of Trek-Segafredo, part of the Tour de France Japan Team and Yusuke Hatanaka (Bahrain-Merida) of Team Ukyo.

The Four Samurai!

Before they race on Saitama’s new circuit, the riders enjoyed a day of cultural discoveries concocted with the greatest of care by their Japanese hosts.

The Tour Hits The Herault!

A look back at the 2011 Tour de France as it leaves Carcassonne with Voeckler in yellow. The 2017 Tour will finish there on the 15th stage, in the same region as Chris Seldon's 'Hidden House'.

SRAM Joins 3T And Aqua Blue Sport

Aqua Blue Sport have unveiled its 2018 3T designed team bike, the STRADA. It will be the first ever road bike to ride at the highest levels of international professional cycling with the unique SRAM 1x drivetrain system.

Winter Holiday!

Hainan might be a bit far away for a cycling holiday, but the coast road around Wanning Xinglong looks nice for a bike ride. On the other hand the Hérault Valley in the South of France is a much easier destination.