Follow the women of Roxo Racing, a Texas based women’s cycling team, in their first full year chasing national level races. Roxo has raced USA Crits events, Pro Nationals, and Joe Martin, both UCI professional events. The goal, shared by all, is to strive, learn and improve.
The 2021 Vuelta a España came to a close with a time trial in-front of the Cathedral of Santiago de Compostela and Primoz Roglič made sure of a third Spanish Grand Tour in a row with a stunning time trial performance. Spencer Martin gives us his breakdown and ten Vuelta'21 takeaways.
Sept 6, 2021: The Vuelta, Benelux Tour and the CERATIZIT Challenge, plus Tour of Britain, Besançon Doubs and Tour du Doubs with results and video. No World TT champs for Roglič. Rider news: Valverde and Jungels. Contracts news: Van der Poel, Tulett, Devenyns, Van Dijke and DSM. Deceuninck to Gullegem Koerse.
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Primoz Roglič made no mistake about winning his third Vuelta a España. With a strong performance against the clock he concreted his overall win with the stage win. Magnus Cort Nielsen (EF Education-Nippo) just missed out on another stage win by 14 seconds.
In Michael Blann's spectacular book of mountain photographs, Susannah Osborne writes: “... mountains are... where the sport's heroes are born, and crushed.” The amazing images, and personal stories from some of cycling's biggest stars perfectly illustrate this huge spectrum.
The final road race stage of the 2021 Vuelta a España split on the tough roads of Galicia. Primoz Roglič and Enric Mas were safe in first and second overall, but Miguel Ángel López and Egan Bernal were the big losers. Jack Haig and Adam Yates moved up. Clément Champoussin won the stage.