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Tour of Britain 2019 Photos

I’ve spent the last two days watching the Tour of Britain as it passed through the West Midlands. Thursday’s Stage 6 was a shortish 14km time trial. Starting in Pershore it left the town, had a jolly around the countryside before returning back over the river bridge and heading to the finish line. The stage was won by Mitchelton-Scott’s Edoardo Affini, but the biggest change...


Boels Ladies Tour 2019 Preview – Tips, Contenders, Profile

The Boels Ladies Tour starts today with a tiny tiny prologue of 3.8km at the Tom Dumoulin BikePark in Sittard (that’s the Netherlands) that will create some time gaps. There’s only so much time you can gain in under 4km but the course is super technical, almost resembling a cyclocross circuit, and has a short stretch of cobbles for good measure. It will still shake...

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Women’s GP de Plouay 2019 Preview – Tips, Contenders, Profile

Saturday sees the Women’s WorldTour take on the GP de Plouay or the GP de Plouay – Lorient Agglomération Trophée WNT to give the race it’s full, catchy, made-up marketing name. There’s been 17 previous editions, with honours shared equally with 5 wins for the Netherlands and the UK. Only 2 previous winner has made it to the race for 2019 though. Last year’s winner...

Men’s European Championships Road Race 2019

I covered the women’s race yesterday and today was the turn of the men. They did the same 11 laps of a 11km loop but also a 46km first long loop. I hung around the start/finish straight more today but on the other side from yesterday. Managed to see Viviani take the win ahead of Lampaert. Here’s some photos.

Women’s European Championships Road Race 2019

The 2019 European Championships were supposed to be somewhere else but it got taken off them and given last minute to Alkmaar back in April. I decided there and then that I was going to pay it a visit and here I am! As usual, I took a camera and here’s some photos.

Women’s Prudential Ride London Classique 2019 Preview – Tips, Contenders, Profile

This Saturday sees the women’s peloton visit London for the Prudential Ride London Classique. Unlike the men who get to leave London and visit some of the Surrey Hills, the women are confined to Green Park and St James’s Park. The backdrop will be good, a finish line on the Mall and several passes of Buckingham Palace – the Queen can look out of one...