Best of 2016 Vuelta Roadside: The 2016 Vuelta a España is in the Comunidad Valenciana and so we had to send our 'local' to see what was going on. This will be Alastair Hamilton's 15th Spanish Grand Tour and it sounds like he has not lost any love for the race in the sun.
Dec 05, 2016 - Belgian race organizers fall out over dates - TOP STORY. Full weekend of cyclocross with the two top men sharing the victories, reports and video. Other cycling news: Katusha-Alpecin team launch, Tour de Yorkshire announced, Lotto Soudal, Will Routley and Tom Veelers retire, Cycling Academy sign riders and DS, Lang to Roth, De Maar to China, WM3 Pro on Ridley, clean Vuelta'16 and no Tour de France for Portsmouth in 2019.
Lowdown: Nairo Quintana has won his second Grand Tour, executed with perfect tactics and climbing strength. Lee Rodgers takes a look at the story behind the 2016 Vuelta a España victory and Power Meter Gate, time limits and other race 'assistance'. The Vuelta Lowdown.
Vuelta Best Moments: The third Grand Tour of the year is over and the chat in the PEZ virtual office has been fairly unanimous... The 2016 Vuelta a España has been an all-round success. The question is, why? Here is the PEZ Crew's best moments from the best tour of the year.
Sept 12, 2016 - The best Grand Tour of the year is over and we have all reports, results, rider quotes and video from the last stages of the Vuelta. Busy weekend; we also have all the action from the Tour of Britain, Québec and Montreal (with video). In other cycling news: Paris-Tours teams, rider contracts at Gazprom-RusVelo, Giant-Alpecin, Etixx - Quick-Step and Trek-Segafredo. Lots to get through in EuroTrash Monday.
Race Report: The final stage of the 2016 Vuelta a España to the center of Madrid was always going to be for the sprinters and there was no surprise when young Magnus Cort Nielsen took his second Spanish stage win. Nairo Quintana finished safely in the peloton for his second Grand Tour win.
Vuelta Roadside: Stage 20 was billed as the showdown for the 2016 Vuelta a España with a serous climb to sort out the final result. The sting was taken out of the finalé tail due to the stage 19 time trial result, but it was still a day of action. Al Hamilton, our man Roadside, was in the mountains to soak up the crazy atmosphere.
Race Report: Nairo Quintana is poised to win the Vuelta a España after holding off Chris Froome in the final mountain stage won by Pierre Latour. The Briton attacked repeatedly in the finalé on the Alto de Aitana, but could never drop the red jersey, who, barring a crash, will win his second Grand Tour