Sept 24, 2020 - As the dust settles on the Tour there has been a doping controversy - TOP STORY. Results from the Belgian champs and Paris-Camembert. Tour and Vuelta bosses talk, Evenepoel motivated, Vuelta riders, no Worlds for Sagan and Quintana, TT for Dumoulin, Viviani to the Giro. Amstel? Contracts. Albasini Swiss coach, Baloise, Zoetemelk. Bennett and UAE videos.
Another exciting Tour stage with a nail-biting climax on the Col de la Loze. Miguel Ángel López put in the final attack on the final leg breaking ramps, the yellow jersey, Primoz Roglič tried to go with him and took lengths from second placed Tadej Pogačar. That's how they finished and Lopez jumped to third overall.
June 04, 2020 - We live in difficult times, the COVID-19 pandemic and now race riots. USA Cycling joins the debate on racism - Top Story. The Tour/Giro/Vuelta are still in the balance, as is the rest of the season. Lots of rider, race and team news. Stuybar races in Czech Republic, Germany has its first race and Deceuninck - Quick-Step have a training camp. 'New Normal' on the way? And Het Laatste Nieuws summarises the ESPN Lance Armstrong documentary.
Jan 13, 2020 - The two big cross champions: One expected the other a surprise - Reports and video. 'Superman' misses the old way of racing - Top Story. Plus France and Australia champs. Other news: Riders for the TDU, Carapaz and Bernal for Colombia, Cavendish, Viviani and Jungles races, Evenepoel to Giro, Campenaerts on Riis, Vos, Utah towns and loads of team news. It's all go!
Interview: After the finish of 2019 season and at the start of the preparation for the upcoming 2020 season the general manager of Astana Pro Team Alexandr Vinokurov talks about overall results of the season, evaluates performances of the team leaders and progress of the Kazakh riders and accentuates the importance of the Olympic Games in Tokyo.
Vuelta Final Week: Ed Hood is sat in his 'virtual' Madrid cafe with a café con leche and a Veterano in front of him, along with Marca and AS to review the final week of la Vuelta a España 2019. There were a lot of new faces... and Alejandro Valverde. Who was hot and who was not?
Vuelta Rest Day No.1: The first nine days of the 2019 Vuelta a España are now just dust, or in the case of stage 9 in Andorra - mud! Ed Hood is in a virtual Andorran café to review the Spanish action so far and give us his unique view on the Grand Tour as it takes its first rest day in the Pyrenees.
Vuelta Stage Report: Sunweb's Nikias Arndt won a rain-soaked stage 8 of the Vuelta a España. The German was the strongest rider of the early break that splashed its way in to Igualada after 166.9 kilometres. Frenchman Nicolas Edet (Cofidis) moved into the overall lead with 3 minutes on Miguel Ángel López of Astana.
Vuelta Stage Report: World champion Alejandro Valverde (Movistar) won the seventh stage of the Vuelta a España after a battle royal on the steep finalé of the Mas de la Costa. Valverde out-sprinted Primož Roglič (Jumbo-Visma) just ahead of Miguel Ángel López (Astana) and teammate Nairo Quintana. Dylan Teuns (Bahrain-Merida) couldn't follow, so López is back in the red jersey.