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LOMBARDIA’22: Double Pogačar!

At the end of an exciting Il Lombardia Tadej Pogačar repeated his win of last year in Lombardy, this time out-sprinting Enric Mas with Mikel Landa a hundred metres behind in third place. Sergio Higuita and Carlos Rodríguez were at 52 seconds and Alejandro Valverde at over 1 minute in 6th place.

Gear Break: DMT Pogi’s, Ass Savers Win Wing, Factor Bikes Expand Range, Café du Cycliste Eyewear | Lara, Pirelli Cinturato Gravel S Tires & SockGuy New Designs

DMT Pogi’s, new limited edition signed by Tadej Pogačar, Ass Savers Win Wing – A minimalist approach to maximum performance, Factor Bikes new gravel bike, Café du Cycliste new eyewear | New Lara for AW22, new Pirelli Cinturato Gravel S, the most offroad tread pattern and SockGuy releases new designs for fall and Halloween.

Is Tadej Pogačar The Next Eddy Merckx?

Ever since Eddy Merckx hung up his racing wheels there have been many pretenders to his throne, but all have come up short. Our regular contributor, Nikolai Razouvaev – ‘The Russian Crank’ has sent his thoughts on the subject of the 'next Merckx' to fellow 'ranter' Ed Hood. Can Tadej Pogačar measure up to 'Big Ted'?

TOUR’22 Stage 7: La Super Pogačar des Belles Filles!

Two stage wins in a row for the Super Tadej Pogačar. It looked like Lennard Kämna might take the stage win on the super steep Super Planche des Belles Filles with its 24% final. But it was the duo of Tadej Pogačar and Jonas Vingegaard who passed him in the last metres for the yellow jersey to cross the finish-line first again.

TOUR’22 Stage 6: Pogačar Pounces On The Stage and Yellow!

Stage 6 certainly wasn't an easy day after the chaos of the cobbles. The longest stage started with attack after attack, mostly including the yellow jersey Wout van Aert. After a solo, Van Aert was caught with 11 kilometres to go, the race hit the final short climbs and it was Tadej Pogačar who dominated the finish to take stage and overall.

TOUR’22 The PEZ PREVIEW: The Battle of the Slovenians?

It's July, so that only means one thing... The Tour de France! The biggest bike race on the globe starts in Copenhagen this year before it visits the cobbles, the Alps and the Pyrenees before the Champs-Élysées finish-line. Ed Hood gives us his preview of the French behemoth - His Tour history, course and riders.