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From Another Sport to Cycling!

Recently we ran a piece about riders who had transitioned from track to road – or in the case of Theo Bos, back to track, again. But what about riders who have come in to bike racing from an entirely different sport? Currently we have three shining examples of this radical change of direction.

Breakdown: How Primoz Roglic Won the Vuelta a España

The Time Trial is King: How Primoz Roglic Won the Vuelta a España - Roglič’s dominant win at the 2021 Vuelta shows us the time trial is still king when it comes to winning grand tours. Spencer Martin gives us the 'Breakdown' and the 'Takeaways' from the 2021 Vuelta a España win by Primoz Roglič.

Roglič vs Pogačar: Who Is the Better Climber?

With the fantastic 2021 WorldTour cycling season behind us, one major question I’m left with, and one that has been asked by many readers - who is the better Grand Tour rider this year between the two Slovenian superstars Tadej Pogačar and Primož Roglič?

VUELTA’21 Stage 17: Roglič Runs Them Ragged to Covadonga

Legendary is a word too easily used these days, but in years to come, Vuelta'21 stage 17 might be looked back on as 'legendary'. Egan Bernal (INEOS Grenadiers) started the move of the day, but it was Primož Roglič (Jumbo-Visma) who finished it off at the Lagos de Covadonga. Stage and overall lead for the Slovenian.

VUELTA’21 Stage 1: Roglič Right Into Red!

Primoz Roglič started the 2021 Vuelta a España in the same way as he finished the 2020 Spanish Grand Tour - In the red jersey. It looked like the young Astana-Premier Tech rider, Alex Aranburu would take the win, but the Olympic time trial champion came up with a storming ride for the stage and overall lead.