25 years-old and in his second WorldTour team, Harry Tanfield is cutting himself a fine career as a professional cyclist. Ed Hood talks to Harry about how he's handling the COVID-19 lockdown and what next.
Rider Interview: Every couple of years we catch-up with Norwegian rider Sven Erik Bystrøm. Back in 2015 he was the Under 23 World champion and starting his pro career with Katusha. Two years later, still with Katusha (-Alpecin), we heard how things were going. Now he rides for UAE Team Emirates, what has changed and what about the future?
Nov 28, 2019 - Wout van Aert in the news this week, winning his court case and a Roubaix recce - Top Story. A fun packed EUROTRASH with loads of cycling news: Astana bikes, Aru unhappy, rider contracts, no contracts for Roompot riders, CCC, Cofidis and Androni line-ups, Metek bus, Saint-Étienne Grand Départ, Ganna wants gold and Floris Gerts at club level.
Oct 07, 2019 - Mads Pedersen, new bike and jersey. Bjarne Riis - Top Story. Race news from GP Beghelli, Famenne Ardenne, Giro dell’Emilia, l'Eurométropole and Münsterland Giro. Other cycling news: Mapei's Squinzi dies, Dennis to Ineos, Paris-Tours, rider contracts, Hammer Hong Kong cancelled, Valencia and Andalucia in ProSeries, Katusha'20, Roompot stop, Monfort DS.
Oct 03, 2019 - Lot's of cycling news to get through this Thursday: Adré Greipel leaves Arkéa-Samsic - Top Story. Israel Cycling Academy buys Katusha, DNA returns to UCI, previews of Sparkassen Münsterland Giro, Giro dell’Emilia, GP Beghelli, L’Eurométropole, Tre Valli Varesine and Famenne Ardenne Classic. Rider contracts, Sunweb HQ and Velon files complaint against UCI.
July 11, 2019 - The excitement has been high in the Tour - We catch up with the last three stages with reports and video. Plus the Tour of Austria and BC Superweek. Top Story - 2025 Grand Départ in Amsterdam. Other news: No Katusha in 2020, contracts for Sénéchal and Steels, Arctic Race, EuroTrack19, Adriatica Ionica, BinckBank/BEAT and Wahoo/Sufferfest and Tastes of Le Tour.
Race Report: Katusha-Alpecin's Ilnur Zakarin won the first major mountain stage of the 2019 Giro d’Italia. On the tough final climb to Ceresole Reale, dropped his last break companion, Mikel Nieve (Mitchelton-Scott), for the solo win. Jan Polanc (UAE Team Emirates) fought hard to keep the pink jersey.
May 13, 2019 - The 2019 Giro is underway and we have a worthy leader in Primoz Roglic - Will he have the pink jersey in three weeks time? - Top Story. All the news form Italy and California with video. Other cycling news: Champs dominate OVO Series, Kittel and Katusha split, BORA with Specialized, Novo Nordisk longest American team sponsor, the Étape app and Giro Sunweb video.