Coppi e Bartali, Bartali e Coppi

Fausto Coppi and Gino Bartali: two cycling legends of Italy. The rivalry between them is maybe the most famous sporting duel in history. It has been started during the World War II, and continued afterward.

Trek and Bontrager delivered a new bike, new shoes, new clothes to Jens Voigt – for his farewell

The 2014 USA Pro Challenge will take place between August 18-24, and it will be Jens Voigt‘s farewell tour. His team’s sponsors Trek and Bontrager gave him a bike, a new helmet, and a new pair of shoes – all are chrome-colored!

Jens Voigt wins Tour of California 2013 Stage 5

Jens Voigt, the 41-year-old (nearly 42) German rider of RadioShack-Leopard won Amgen Tour of California 2013 Stage 5, after a solo attack just over five kilometers from the finish of the stage to Avila Beach. Yesterdays’ winner Tyler Farrar (Garmin-Sharp) won the sprint in the main bunch and finished in second. Thor Hushovd (BMC Racing […]

After Tour of Turkey 2013 Queen Stage

Natnael Berhane (Team Europcar) won the queen stage of the 2013 Presidential Tour of Turkey atop Göğübeli Mountain Pass, and it was one of the bigger stage wins by a black-African rider, if not the biggest. By winning a mountaintop finish at the age of 22, Berhane showed us that he is a real talent. Here […]

The next “Little Big Man”: Nairo Quintana

Vuelta Ciclista al Pais Vasco (Tour of the Basque Country) 2013 edition has been won by Movistar Team’s young Colombian Nairo Quintana. Quintana finished in second the last Time Trial stage, just seventeen seconds behind the twice UCI Time Trial champion Tony Martin of Omega Pharma-Quick Step. Quintana also won Stage 4 of the Spanish […]