Rider Interview: Tadej Pogačar is one of the 'young guns' in today's peloton and 2019 was an enormous season for the Slovenian. Wins in Algarve and California were top performances, but then in the Vuelta, Pogačar won three stages and third step on the final podium. Alastair Hamilton caught up with Tadej at the UAE Team Emirates Spanish training camp to get the full story.
Jan 20, 2020 - The 2020 season is here. The women's TDU, Nommay cyclocross and the Schwalbe Classic all the results and video. Contador tells Tour to look for harder climbs - Top Story. Other news: Vos successfull operation, Thomas, Roglič, Bernal and Carapaz for the Tour and no Tour for Démare. Race news, doping, wild cards and Circus-Wanty. Plus Chris Froome video.
Ed's End of Year Rant: 2019 was a good year for cycle sport and that man Ed Hood has been deep inside as much action as he could get. As we come to the start of 2020, Ed looks back at his memories of 2019 and sums up the season gone with his top picks of the fun.
Oct 31, 2019 - Good news: Roger De Vlaeminck is on the road to recovery - Top Story. Mathieu van der Poel returns to cross, Sky's Freeman admits ordering testosterone, Bennett and Archbold to Deceuninck, Jumbo-Visma completes line-up, other rider contracts, Sanchez stays at Astana, Epowers Factory Team to go, Masters’ registrations and 5 years of Nippo Vini Fantini Faizanè.
Top Ten of 2019: The 2019 season is over and all the results are in, so who has the biggest palmarès? Ed Hood has run his eye over the UCI results from all around the World and has put together the 'Top Ten' UCI race winners from the season gone, Dylan Groenewegen top... but there are a couple of surprises in there.
Photo Gallery: Race three in Heather's Italian autumn one-day Classics week, and she has moved north to Varese for the 'Tre Valli Varesine'. A surprising and exciting finalé was taken by Vuelta a España winner, Primoz Roglic and Heather was there for the full Italian race experience.
Race Preview: The last big Classic of the 2019 season (if you ignore Sunday's Paris-Tours), Il Giro di Lombardia, rolls out of Bergamo on Saturday morning for 243 beautiful kilometres of racing to finish in Como. Lombardy is an iconic monument, a race that all pro riders would want in their palmarès. Ed looks at the history, course and who is hot for the win on the shores of Lago di Como.
Photo Gallery: From last week's World championships in Yorkshire, PEZ photographer, Heather Morrison has moved south to take in a week of Italian autumn one-day Classics. Heather will be doing the full week through to the Giro di Lombardia on Saturday, but first up is the Giro dell’Emilia. Take it away Heather...
Worlds Road Race Preview: Sunday sees the biggest one-day race on the calendar hit the roads of Yorkshire and after 280 kilometres we will have a new World champion. A 'Nobody' never wins the Worlds road race, but there have been some surprises over the years. This year's race is wide open and Ed Hood takes a look at who's going to be battling for the rainbow jersey.