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EUROTRASH News Round Up Monday!

April 30, 2018 - We round up the Tour de Romandie with results, reports and video and preview next weeks Tour de Yorkshire and the Giro d'Italia. We say goodbye to Michael Goolaerts - Top Story. The Ardennes Classics has new agreement and Salisbury to host OVO Energy Tour Series Grand Final. Mostly we look forward to the Italian Grand Tour including a video look-back with Tom Dumoulin.

Roglic Rules Romandie!

PeloPics: Primoz Roglic finished in the bunch at the end of stage 5 to take the final overall prize in the Tour de Romandie as Pascal Ackermann won the stage - Photo gallery and video.

Fuglsang Storms Romandie Queen Stage!

PeloPics:Jakob Fuglsang won the Queen Stage of the Tour de Romandie on Saturday with a solo attack on the final descent of the day. In the sprint for second place, at 48 seconds, Primoz Roglic beat Egan Bernal to hold his lead over the Colombian - Report, photos and video.

Romandie Win For De Gendt – Stage 2

PeloPics: Thomas De Gendt took the stage 2 victory in the Tour de Romandie on Thursday after a long break. The peloton chased him down to save Primoz Roglic's overall lead and give Sonny Colbrelli another second place - Report, photos and video.

EUROTRASH News Round Up Thursday!

April 26, 2018 - We might be in that lull between the Classics and the Giro, but we still have the excitement of the Tour de Romandie-Reports, results and video. Route de France cancelled-Top Story. Other cycling news: Rally Cycling in Gila, Giro riders list, Eisel update, OVO Energy Tour Series, LottoNL-Jumbo to use INSCYD, Mirza honored and Every Can Counts. Coffee?

Michael Matthews Takes The Romandie Prologue

PeloPics: The prologue of the Tour de Romandie was a closely run fight over a tough 4 kilometer course in Fribourg. Sunweb's Michael Matthews beat a group of three riders by 1 second after it looked like Tom Bohli (BMC) would be the day's winner - Result, video and photos.

EUROTRASH News Round Up Monday!

April 23, 2018 - The Spring Classics season ended with Bob Jungels carrying on the Quick-Step domination in Liège-Results and videos from La Doyenne and the Alps. MPCC unhappy with Froome-Top Story. Other cycling news: Injuries for Bettiol and Haller, Romandie teams, Van Avermaet for Yorkshire, Vuelta jerseys, Worlds'18, Polartec-Kometa website and a snowbound 1980 Liège.