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TDU14 St.6: A Sad Goodbye

Roadside Report: After a week of fun in the sun at the Tour Down Under 2014 the race wrapped up in Adelaide on Sunday and once again Steve was there roadside to take it all in. Fun times, tough times and certainly hot times the race has been a thrill a minute as the GC contenders slugged it out every day in a battle of mere seconds.

EuroTrash Monday!

Jan 27, 2014 - Simon Gerrans has won the Tour Down Under (again) and Nairo Quintana took the Tour de San Luis and we have all the results, quotes and video from south of the equator. In other cycling news: we take a look at ‘old men’ of the peloton, with Jens Voigt still attacking and Chris Horner looking like he will do soon. Fabian Cancellara has been on the track and Belkin set out their stall. EuroTrash Monday time!

Tour Down Under 2014 Photo & Results Wrapup

The 2014 Santos Tour Down Under was a thrilling race as Simon Gerrans dueled Cadel Evans to an overall win by just seconds. We picked the best photos for a stage by stage summary and look back at the race with full results.

TDU14 St.5: Showdown On Willunga

Roadside Report: The Old Willunga Hill marks the Queen stage of the 2014 Tour Down Under and with the GC battle between Cadel Evans & Simon Gerrans just 7 seconds apart, today's hilltop finish would be crucial. PEZ was in the thick of the roadside action.

TDU14 St.4: Dam(n) That Was Hard

Roadside: Stage 4 of the Santos Tour Down Under was expected to be a day for the sprinters and André Greipel proved it true taking his first 2014 TDU stage win and his 15th TDU win of his career. Stage 4 was also the occasion where amateur riders could ride the exact stage on the same day as the Pros. PEZ's man Down Under, Steve VeloRoo was there on the bike for the entire 148.5 kilometers and survived.

Tdu14 St.3: Cadel Turns the Screws!

Roadside Report: The 2014 Santos Tour Down Under cranked up the excitement again today as an Aussie favourite exploded the race with an impressive attack on the infamous Corkscrew Road climb to take the stage win and the GC lead. PEZ-Man Steve was there roadside to take it all in.