Rider Interview: Chad Haga went from competing in the US to a WorldTour rider in the season’s hardest Grand Tour in the matter of a year. A steep learning curve you might say, but Chad took it all in his stride. Ed Hood asked him all about his Vuelta baptism of fire.
Race Analysis: With the last of the Grand Tours behind us for another year Lee Rodgers takes a look back at the race and analyzes the events, the stages, the crashes and the controversy of Alberto Contador's win over Chris Froome at the 2014 Vuelta a España.
Sept 15. 2014 - It was a happy Mr. Tinkov in Spain on Sunday, what a difference a year makes. We have all the results, video and rider comments from Spain, Britain and Canada in a jam-packed EuroTrash. Plus another positive for Scinto, Paris-Tours teams, more transfers...yip everything!
Sept 11, 2014 - The Vuelta faces it’s last days, as does the Tour of Britain, but both races are still wide open and could depend on the result of a short time trial. All the latest results, video and comments, plus previews of the Canadian Classics and more contract news. A fun packed EuroTrash!
Race Report: Stage 17 looked like a stage for the sprinters, but the sort of sprinter who can get over some stiff little climbs and that man had to be John Degenkolb. The German hit the front with only meters to go and the game was over.