Aug 10, 2015 - There were so many races at the week-end and so many results, video and race reports. Pologne, Utah, Denmark and Burgos all rounded up in EuroTrash. Disk brakes? The Eneco Tour starts today, Brammeier has bad crash, Basso to return, Txurruka for Orica, Zakarin with Katusha and the Vuelta music. A busy coffee break!
Aug 6, 2015 - The Armstrong case moves on with calls of a cover up (as if we didn't know), is it the TOP STORY or an old story? Race news from Pologne, Utah, Denmark and Burgos with video & results. Cancellara for la Vuelta, no ten Dam, no Horner for USA Pro Challenge, transfer news and down the Stelvio with no handlebars.
We’ve got 19 teams of 8 riders each, for a total of 152 contenders. The starting grid is starting to take shape for the 72nd Tour de Pologne UCI World Tour, which kicks off on Sunday, August 2nd from the capital city of Warsaw with a 122-km stage suited to sprinters.
“In Poland I scored my first major victory among the pros and it means a lot to me to do well there.”
This is not just a professional race; in fact, following tradition the Tour de Pologne UCI World Tour, scheduled from the 2nd to the 8th of August, will feature plenty of satellite initiatives, including the highlights of the Nutella Mini Tour de Pologne and the Tour de Pologne Amatorow.
The curtain has been officially raised on the 2015 Tour de Pologne. Against the splendid backdrop provided by the Hotel Marriott in Warsaw, the presentation was held for the 72nd edition of the Polish stage race scheduled from August 2nd to the 8th.