... to what makes this great race so great, was my original title for this story, written on the eve of my first trip to San Remo to view La Primavera live. It was a spiritual journey, and this report was my humble attempt to put that into pictures and words.
TRAVEL VIDEO: I discovered riding in Italy's prosecco region in the Veneto as part of the Prosecco Cycling gran fondo. Vineyards, lush rolling hills, and a 19% climb will also feature as the major obstacle in the 2020 Giro d'Italia's stage 14 time trial from Conegliano to Valdobbadiene. Luckily I had the GoPro rolling for some stunning on-bike video of the climb, the ride, and the prosecco & scampi rest stop.
Jan 06, 2020 - The other cyclocross riders had the rear view of Van der Poel again-Results and video from Gullegem and Brussels. Poggio or not in Sanremo-Top Story. Loads of pre-season news: TDU, Kuurne, Froome leaving Ineos camp. Rider news: Higuita, Battaglin, Rebellin and Ganna. Team news: Movistar, Androni, Deceuninck, Sunbelt and Kometa. New season on the way!
Dec 05, 2019 - No Poggio in Milan-Sanremo? - Top Story. All the other cycling news: Evenepoel wins Kristallen Fiets, no Olympics for Cavendish, Gilbert on Evenepoel, no Giro for Total Direct Energie, O'Grady TDU director, Alaphilippe for Flanders, Cecchini suspension, rider contracts, Van Avermaet early season, Bahrain-McLaren, hansgrohe until 2021 and Astana on Wilier Triestina.
The opening riding days of the "Giro della Gazzetta" - the first Velo Classic Tours & Pez cycling trip this May starts with two days riding the final 175km of the monumental Milan-San Remo corsa. After a day watching the Giro final stage in Milan, we leave the Lombard plain and cross the coastal mountains. Smelling the sea-salt air of the Mediterranean for the first time is an amazing experience.
Course Preview: The 2014 Milan-Sanremo will for the fourth time break with tradition by adding the new Pompeiana climb in the jagged end of the 300km route. The addition makes pro cycling's longest Classic even tougher, and hopes to spoil the sprinters' dreams. PEZ takes the first look.
Riding pro cycling’s roads of glory is something special, and can only be truly appreciated upon reflection of having turned your own pedals over the same tracks as our sports’ greatest heros. And as Nick O’Brien recounts a day on the slopes of the Poggio, it’s even sweeter when battling your own worthy adversary…