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EUROTRASH News Round Up Thursday!

Nov 03, 2016 - Today's EUROTRASH TOP STORY - Moreno Argentin and Aitor Gonzalez have been bad boys. Result and video from the Koppenbergcross. Other cycling news: Amgen Tour of California route, partnership between RideLondon and Velon, contract news from Bahrain, LottoNl, Rally and BMC. Video teaser of the 2017 Cyclocross World Championships. Thursday coffee time.

Powless Earns Top 10

Neilson Powless did not let a slide from fifth to ninth overall on Sunday's final stage of the Amgen Tour of California spoil an otherwise impressive performance by the youngest rider in the race.

ATOC’16 St.8: Stage For Cav!

After 782 miles and eight days of racing, 23 year-old Julian Alaphilippe (Etixx – Quick-Step) clinched the 2016 Amgen Tour of California. Megan Guarnier (Boels-Dolmans) also celebrated victory in Sacramento as the four-day Amgen Breakaway from Heart Disease™ Women’s Race.

EUROTRASH Foliforov Monday!

May 23, 2016 - Giro d'Italia rest day number three and we catch up with all the weekend's action from Italy and ask the questions that are on everyone's minds. The Amgen Tour of California finished on Sunday and we have all the results, race reports, quotes and video from the US as well as the Giro. Plus Thomas contract, IAM Cycling stop and Giro video by Orica. EuroTrash Monday coffee time.

ATOC’16 St.7: Win For Kristoff!

With thousands of fans lining the streets of Santa Rosa, Team KATUSHA’s star sprinter Alexander Kristoff catapulted to a stage win, his eighth of the season, by a rim over all-time Amgen Tour of California stage win record holder Peter Sagan (Tinkoff).

ATOC’16 St.6 Folsom TT!

The name of the game was “fast” in Folsom today as the 140 men competing in the 2016 Amgen Tour of California raced the clock in their individual time trial event, with Australian Rohan Dennis (BMC Racing Team) recording the fastest time.

ATOC’16 St.5: Powless Keeps Best Young Rider Jersey

Neilson Powless conceded 18 seconds and slid one place to sixth in the overall standings Thursday at the Amgen Tour of California. But the 19-year-old from Roseville, California, managed to hold onto his lead in the SRAM "best young rider" standings despite a scare and a few nervous moments.