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A Day in Yellow: Tom Simpson

Years before he met a tragic end on the slopes of the Mont Ventoux during the 1967 Tour, Tom Simpson had become the first British rider ever to wear the yellow jersey in 1962.

A Day in Yellow: Andrea Carrea

In the 1952 Tour de France, Andrea Carrea, a domestique riding for Fausto Coppi and Gino Bartali in the Italian team, burst into tears as he pulled on the yellow jersey, saying that he was not worthy of an honour meant for his leaders.

A Day in Yellow: Max Bulla

In the 1931 Tour, Max Bulla snatched the overall lead at the end of stage 2, becoming the first — and only — touriste-routier to get his hands on the coveted yellow jersey. A monster performance.

EUROTRASH News Round Up Thursday!

March 07, 2019 - All the team news from Strade Bianche and Paris-Nice, plus race report from Le Samyn with video. Vampires return - Top Story. UAE Team Emirates wind tunnel, Adam Yates returns to the Tour de France, Campenaerts Hour Record, E3 BrinckBank frog, Caja Rural to the Hammer Series, Skoda and ASO and video moments from UAE Tour. Loads of EUROTRASH Thursday cycling news.

EUROTRASH News Round Up Monday!

Nov 05, 2018 - Mathieu van der Poel took his second European cross championship in his usual fashion. Reports and video from the Euro champs, Saitama Criterium and the Koppenbergcross. Women's Paris-Roubaix - Top Story. Other news: Tour de France, Tour de l'Avenir, Wallonie-Bruxelles, European champs 2019 and 2020, Lotto talk Giro, contracts, Bigla, Trek'19 kit and cross motivation.

Tom Boonen: Monsieur Paris-Roubaix

Tom Boonen comes into his 14th and final Paris-Roubaix with the objective of wrapping up his career this Sunday with a fifth title. Since the start of the 20th Century, the Queen of the Classics and the King of the cobbles have enjoyed a special relationship.