The 2021 Milan-Sanremo is this Saturday, so here is a 'Best Of' Sanremo photo gallery. It was a tough job sifting through the Cor Vos collection, but these pics stood out for different reasons. Enjoy!
The season is now at 'full gas' with the first of the five Monuments of the season - Milano-Sanremo. Ed Hood previews Saturday's 2022 edition of 'La Classicissima' - The longest professional one-day race in modern cycling. Who will be the victor on the Via Roma?
Settling in for hours of watching the 2021 race season come alive as Milan-San Remo blooms along the sparkling Ligurian coast requires more than good wifi - that's where Peroni, Menabrea, Moretti, and other select Italian birri joined Ed Hood for his hours-long view-a-thon.
Race Report: Milano-Sanremo is dynamite with a very long fuse, but when it explodes, stand back for action. As is usual, the Poggio is where the race blew up to give us a group of worthy front runners for the swoop into Sanremo. But it was Trek-Segafredo's Jasper Stuyven who took everyone by surprise for the big win.
The First Monument of the 'new' season gave us the excitement we had been waiting for when Milano-Sanremo hit the climb of the Cipressa and the peloton exploded. But it was the Poggio that put last year's winner, Julian Alaphilippe and Strade Bianche victor, Wout Van Aert out front to fight for victory.
Ed Hood has a dozen (well, thirteen) questions concerning the 2020 Milano-Sanremo, La Classicissima di Primavera... in August? The restructured UCI WorldTour season kicked off with a stunning Strade Bianche last Saturday, next up - Milano-Sanremo.