Tagged: WorldTour

All my posts that mention the Worldtour in some way.

2019 Pro Cycling Jerseys

Teams are starting to release their new jerseys and we find out how we will have to re-adjust our eyes to inspecting the pro peloton in full flow in 2019. Some teams traditionally keep basically the same jersey year on year (Quickstep…) but some teams have seen a radical re-design and shift in colours – so far Team Sunweb fit that bill with their 2019 jersey.

Vuelta a España 2017 Logo

Vuelta a Espana 2018 Preview – Tips, Contenders, Profile

Hola amigos de ciclismo. La Vuelta a Espana starts on Saturday and is the final and most unpredictable Grand Tour of the season. But why should I care? I hear you asking yourself. It isn’t the Great Circus of the Tour de France, it doesn’t have the prestige and history of the Giro d’Italia, the season finished when Kristoff won in Paris. ¿No? The Race...

Tour de France Champs Elysees Stage Photos 2018

Tour de France Champs Elysees Stage Photos 2018

I managed to get myself over to Paris to watch the final stage of the Tour de France for the first time. Definitely one of my cycling bucket list activities and something I’ve wanted to do for a while. I ended up taking photos on the Rue de Rivoli between Norwegian corner and the 1km to go barrier – then scurried off to the Champs...

Liege Bastogne Liege

Liege – Bastogne – Liege 2018 Preview – Tips, Contenders, Profile

Liege Bastogne Liege is the oldest monument in cycling, it’s also the last race of the Spring Classics season. Alejandro Valverde has been the dominant rider of this generation, winning four times in his career. For most of the early 2000s, grand tour contenders were the quickest finishers, with winners of all three tours finishing first. In recent years strong climbers capable of a punchy...

2015 La Fleche Wallonne Muur de Huy

La Fleche Wallonne 2018 Preview – Tips, Contenders, Profile

La Fleche Wallonne is the first of the Ardennes Classics, tying in with Liege Bastogne Liege taking place at the weekend. The race is filled with plenty of climbs, usually a touch longer than what we got used to in the Flanders races. Also, there are no real cobbles to speak of either. The race has finished on the final climb of the Mur de...