Following a break after the Tour de France, and a trip to Rio to compete on the mountain bike at the Olympic Games, this year’s Green Jersey winner, Peter Sagan, returns to the road at the one-day Bretagne-Classic Ouest France.
In the three years following its inception in 2010 the Quebec UCI World Tour weekend has quickly become a classic part of cycling’s late season schedule. Jordan Cheyne in Canada wraps up the action for us from what was a great 2 days of racing on two scenic but brutal circuits in Quebéc and Montréal.
Very high speeds were on the agenda once again today as the 2013 Tour of Alberta continued with Stage two, a 174.8 km ride between Devon, outside of Edmonton, and Red Deer. The group once again today enjoyed a beautiful day to race, with sunshine and blue skies all across the course.
Race Analysis: ‘Here I am talking to Peter Sagan. Peter, we have the finish here on the screen for you to watch.’ ‘No. I don’t want to watch it. I’m pissed off.’ Le Tour's first ever Corsican run ends today, capping three day's of excellent racing, unexpected events, and fantastic scenery.