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EUROTRASH News Round Up Monday!

The Tour de France is on for August. Geraint Thomas rides for charity - Top Story. Shortened Giro and Vuelta? No Vuelta in Holland, Flanders in October, Belgian TT champs, Sastre: 'August too early?' Virtual Sagan, Kruijswijk Tour, Pauwels looking forward, Van Aert plans, Benoot race until Christmas, Bardet Tour, Valverde motivation, Dennis cracks, Van der Poel Tour and Classics, injury for Van Avermaet, Virtual Giro and Digital Swiss 5.

EUROTRASH News Round Up Monday!

Tour de France with no audience? - Top Story. Riders have their say. Coronavirus still making the headlines: Gavazzi critical, Gaviria out of hospital, 2021 Olympics, Vuelta in Holland, teams cut wages, Deignan postpones retirement, virtual Suisse and Movistar on Netflix.

EUROTRASH News Round Up Thursday!

Mar 26, 2020 - No 2020 Olympic Games, Tour next?-Top Story. Corona virus shaping news as the Grand Tours are all in question. We hear from riders and officials. Belgians ask for benefit, UAE quarantine, no GB racing, virtual Sanremo and part 2 of The Wolfpack Tour Colombia video.

EUROTRASH News Round Up Thursday!

Feb 20, 2020 - Good news as the Poggio will be in this years Milan-Sanremo - Top Story. Race reports and video from Ruta del Sol and Algarve. Other cycling news: Degenkolb to miss Algarve and Het Nieuwsblad, Pinot to Paris-Nice, Dumoulin parasites, Greipel operation, UAE, Sunweb, CCC and Deceuninck - Quick-Step to UAE Tour, Mercado arrested, Tissot times the Giro and Eurovision extends until 2025.

EUROTRASH News Round Up Thursday!

July 25, 2019 - Two more stages down in the Tour, the next three are going to be decisive. All the news from France, plus the Adriatica Ionica. Transfer rumors - Top Story. Other stuff: GP Cerami and Tour de Wallonie, jersey for Lotto Soudal, contract news, Deceuninck with Tour de l’Avenir, Roompot stop, Vuelta in Bilbao, bigger audiences for the Tour and Sagan interviews Oss video.

A Day in Yellow: Jean-François Bernard

Back in 1987, Jean-François Bernard was taking part in his second Tour, the first one as the leader of Toshiba-La Vie Claire, when he added the yellow jersey to his race number 1 after a colossal performance on the slopes of the Mont Ventoux. However, things were about to go pear-shaped…

A Day in Yellow: Alex Stieda

Back in 1986, Alex Stieda started his very first Tour with the very last race number in the peloton — 210 — pinned to his back. The Canadian surged to the top of the general classification in the first mass-start stage, beating LeMond to the punch to become the first North American rider to lead the Tour de France.