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How To Do the Flemish Weekend Like A Pro

2019 Het Nieuwsblad and Kuurne: Ed Hood is missing his Flemish weekend at the first of the Spring Classics in Belgium; we look back at his trip to Het Nieuwsblad and Kuurne-Brussel-Kuurne in 2019. No frites and cobbles for Ed in 2021.

EUROTRASH News Round Up Thursday!

Feb 25, 2021: More action from the UAE Tour with reports, results and video. TOP STORY - The 2021 Giro route. Het Nieuwsblad and Kuurne - All the latest news from the teams. Rider news: Stybar, Dumoulin, Quintana, Pinot, Bennett and Evenepoel. Race news. Roubaix, Flanders, San Sebastián, E3 and Dauphine. Van Gansen suspended.

2021 Giro d’Italia Route Unveiled

The unification of Italy, Dante Alighieri, the 90th birthday of the Maglia Rosa, the great mountains, the Italian landscapes, villages and cities and champions that made cycling and the Giro d'Italia prestigious. These are just some of the highlights of the race route for the 104th Corsa Rosa, which is set to take place from 8-30 May.

Can Gilbert Complete the Monument Sweep?

Phillipe Gilbert is on the edge of making Monumental history. If he wins San Remo on March 27th, he'll be only the 4th rider in history to win all 5 races - he's already won Flanders, Paris-Roubaix, Liege-Bastogne-Liege, and il Lombardia. But battling age, and a raft of younger challengers will make this the Spring of his life.

EUROTRASH News Round Up Monday!

Feb 22, 2021: The excitement of the UAE Tour and Tour des Alpes Maritimes, the last cross races of the season with results, reports and video. Ex track rider new Olympic chair-TOP STORY. Rider news: Evenepoel, Bewley, Hirschi, Martin, Bardet, and Rebellin. Race news: Sanremo, Dwars door, Het Nieuwsblad, race postponement and ToAD. Carapaz video.

PEZ Bookshelf: Higher Calling

Ah, mountains! Perhaps they share only with the sea something that universally arouses us to flights of poetry and fancy. “Higher Calling” is a book by Max Leonard that endeavours to explain this attraction to “up.” Beautifully written and multi-faceted, it elegantly ranges from the personal to the historical to the geographic and even to the macabre.