Three-time Vuelta a Espana winner Primoz Rogilic has decided to abondon the tour. The event is so close to ending with just a few more races to go, but Rogilic can not continue due to the crash he met at stage 16. View this post on Instagram
Ceratizit Challenge by la Vuelta is a race held in Spain. It first started in 2016 and since then it has been included in the UCI Women’s WorldTour. This elite women’s race is somewhat similar to the La Course ( by Tour de France). This year, the race is said to have the toughest courses
Trek-Segafredo’s rider Mads Pedersen outperformed everyone at the Vuelta a España. The Danish rider took victory on stage 16 on Tuesday, 6th September. Even though Primoz Rogilic (Jumbo-Visma) launched an attack but he was slowed down by a crash in Tomares. View this post on Instagram
The new relegation system bought many changes to the cycling world as we know it. One of the main concern which is highlighted by many teams is that in the year 2023, only 18 teams will be allowed to compete at the WorldTour. The WorldTour licenses will be allotted for a duration of 3 years.
Netherlands has announced the team which will be representing them at the upcoming UCI Road World Championships in Australia. This was a tough task as many of the teams were not willing to let their star riders go on the tour. Instead, they want to collect maximum points in the remaining 2022 season. The selectors
Primož Roglič has been making it to the highlights very frequently at the current Vuelta a España. He has been chasing the race leader, Remco Evenepoel ( Quick-Step Alpha Vinyl Team) since day one at the event. With just 6 stages to go, he sits at 1:34 behind Evenepoel.
The opening race of the Maryland Cycling Classic was won by Sep Vanmarcke. The race was scheduled for Sunday, 3rd September in Baltimore. This is the first win for the Israel-Premier Tech rider in the past three years. On the other hand, Nickolas Zukowsky (Human Powered Health) came in second place while Neilson Powless (EF
An unspoken tension is present between the national federations and the teams regarding the UCI Road World Championships. The rift between the duo is ongoing ever since a ban to travel to Australia was placed on Alejandro Valverde, our former world champion. This ban was highlighted on 3rd September 2022 with the news that Movistar
Pivot is not coming slow with their onslaught of new bikes, they recently announced the Shuttle SL and LT which promises to break all the limits. Now, this is a Fazua Ride 60-equipped eMTB that also happens to be super lightweight, this bike is aimed at breaking all the perceptions of people, especially those who
After delivering a poor performance through the opening stages at Vuelta a España, Richard Carapaz has finally picked up his game with a stage 12 win. The INEOS Grenadiers rider was lying in the 24th overall position at the tour. View this post on Instagram
Vuelta a España has become the new battleground against Covid-19. Every day there is a new soldier falling prey to the disease. But what do you call someone, who tests positive and still decides to continue with the tour? Brave or Reckless? View this post on Instagram
As the peloton approached the finish line with 50 km to go, Remco Evenepoel crashed out. Evenepoel bent on the right side and slide out on stage 12 of Vuelta a España. Luckily nobody else was involved in the crash. View this post on Instagram
Team BikeExchange-Jayco is back in form at the Vuelta a España after losing their key player, Simon Yates. Stage 11 on 31st August, Wednesday witnessed Kaden Groves sprinting to victory. Right behind him were Danny van Poppel (Bora-Hansgrohe) and Tim Merlier (Alpecin-Deceuninck), who finished second and third. Kaden was positioned at the front by his
Julian Alaphilippe endured a horrific crash at stage 11 of Vuelta a España. The race began on Wednesday, 31st August. With just 64 km to go until the finish line, Julian had to be escorted to the hospital by ambulance. View this post on Instagram
As two of the riders bid farewell to Vuelta a España on Tuesday, 30th August, on the other hand, Remco Evenepoel came to the event even more vital. After Monday’s rest day, the race leader finished the 30.9km with an edge of 48 seconds over everyone else. View
The latest rider to fall prey to Covid-19 at Vuelta a España is Sam Bennett. He also missed out on the time trial stage scheduled for Tuesday, August 30. The current state of the rider was confirmed by Ryan Mullen, his teammate at Bora-Hansgrohe. Mullen said during an interview: It’s shame for Sam and the
Ineos Grenadiers has withdrawn their star rider, Ethan Hayter, ahead of the start of the time trial. The Vuelta a España stage was set to begin on Tuesday, 30th August. It is official, Hayter has pulled out because he tested positive for Covid-19. View this post on Instagram
In contrast to what Alex Dowsett had initially said, the Israel Premier Tech rider has decided to end his career as a pro cyclist. With the end of the 2022 season, his contract with the team is also coming to an end. It looks like he is not looking forward to extending his contract or
A real tragedy underwent on Saturday, 27th August 2022 during a racing block in the USA. Sule Kangangi was riding at the event for Team AMANI when he met a crash. Unfortunately, the fall became fatal for him and he lost his life at the gravel race of The Overland. Sule was working with the
Pascal Eenkhoorn has joined Lotto Soudal in a contract that has a duration of 2 years. Eenkhoorn is making this move from Jumbo-Visma and he feels that his new team will allow him more freedom to make his own choices. Pascal Eenkhoorn joined the ranks of cycling world professionals in 2018, right when he joined
After meeting an ill fate at the Tour de France as well as the Giro d’Italia, Caleb Ewan thought that his bad days were over. Little did he know that probably the worst news of the year is yet to be revealed to him. Ewan was visibly upset when he came to know that he
The first summit finish of the Vuelta a España has ended and the results are in. In a surprising turn of events, Jay Vine of the team Alpecin-Deceuninck has claimed victory on the toughest stage of the Vuelta so far. View this post on Instagram
UAE Team Emirates rider Marc Soler fought off a group chase by some big names to take a solo win at the Vuelta a España Stage 5. The race started on 24th August, 202 on Wednesday, and was full of surprises. One is that Marc was initially nowhere near the breakaway when it happened but
With the Wollongong Road World Championships (September) and Tour de France Prudential Singapore Criterium (October), We cannot help but wonder which event will be blessed with the participation of our Tour de France champion, Jonas Vingegaard. View this post on Instagram
Remco Evenepoel (QuickStep-AlphaVinyl) gave his best on Tuesday’s stage 4 of 2022 Vuelta a España. Even though some important stages are still yet to come, Remco passed the initial test on 23rd August and now looks to score more in the upcoming stages. Despite not being able to finish in the top 3, he still
Jumbo-Visma continues to astonish fans with its outstanding performance. Primož Roglič is out for the Vuelta a España title and he is out with vengeance. Rogilic straight up took the win at stage 4 of the Vuelta and the uphill finish was no challenge for him. View this
Ever since Mathieu van der Poel abandoned the Tour de France midway, he has been missing in action. Fans have been looking up every tabloid to see if there has been any word from their favorite Alpecin-Deceuninck rider. Well, the wait is over as the team confirmed that Van Der Poel is back in the
Ineos Grenadiers is set to lose not one, but two great cycling stars in a matter of days. As if Richard Carapaz leaving the team was not enough, Andrey Amador has decided to also call it quits on his current team and join EF Education-EasyPost effective from the season 2023. Amador previously raced alongside Carapaz
Another day, another win for the Bora-Hansgrohe rider Sam Bennett at the Vuelta a España. With each progressing day, he continues to prove why he is known as the fastest sprinter. It was more like watching stag 2 repeat itself, where Sam gave a run to Mads Pedersen (Trek-Segafredo). The only difference was that even
Giant is known for making amazing bikes but with the Propel Aero Road Bike, they just crossed all the limits. With this bike, Dylan Groenewegen was able to have a stage win at the Tour De France. This is technological advancement purely, the Propel Aero is meant to be the lightest and fastest road bike
Friday, August 19th, 2022 will be marked in the calendars because it is going down in history for all the right reasons. A new record high was set on the velodrome in Grenchen of 55.548km by non-other than Dan Bigham. The previous record was set by Victor Campenaerts.
There is no doubt that Gaia Realini has been one of the fastest-rising talents in the cycling world. She has made quite some accomplishments at just 21 years of age. And now, The rider is all set to step up her game by signing a contract with the world-level team, Trek-Segafredo. The contract will be
Jumbo-Visma has yet again overpowered everyone today at the Tour of Denmark. The team took not one but two important positions at the podium on stage 3 and showed everyone what their true potential is. Olav Kooij came first again, following a wonderful win on stage 1, followed by his teammate Christophe Laporte who finished
Following an update on Amy Pieters, Team SD Worx commented that she is now transferred to Daan Theeuwes Centrum, a facility center for intensive neurorehabilitation in the Netherlands. Amy was originally admitted to a hospital in The Hague, from where she was later transferred to PZC (Dordrecht). Her recovery journey at PZC has met its
TotalEnergies rider Julien Simon outran Matteo Trentin (UAE Team Emirates) to win the stage 1 of Tour du Limousin-Nouvelle Aquitaine on 16th August, Tuesday. Alex Aranburu (Movistar) finished in third place. Simon’s final attack at La Souterraine turned out to be a decisive one and won him first place on the podium.
Jumbo-Visma‘s rider Olav Kooij stood victorious on 15th August, Tuesday, at the Tour of Denmark’s opening stage. While Jasper Philipsen (Alpecin-Deceuninck) managed to finish in second place. Kooij now holds the yellow jersey. View this post on Instagram
It has been two years now since the professional rider Rose Grant has been safeguarding her sovereignty at the women’s pro division, and yet again, she came to the Leadville Trail 100 MTB in hopes of being able to defend her title. She had another reason which motivated her to win in such style. Rose
Jumbo-Visma‘s rider Tom Dumoulin has announced that he has decided to call it quits and put an end to his career. Dumoulin will not be taking part in the World Championships race scheduled in Australia. It was going to be his last race with the status of a pro rider. The winner of the 2017
The much-awaited return of Egan Bernal is finally happening and fans cannot help but get too excited with this joyous news. The Ineos Grenadiers rider has been absent from any event ever since he crashed while training in winter for the Tour of Denmark. View this post on
On Sunday, 14th August, Fabio Jakobsen (Netherlands) had yet another achievement. He defeated Arnaud Démare (France) and Tim Merlier (Belgium) in Munich to be crowned the champion at the European Championships in the elite men’s road race. View this post on Instagram
BikeExchange-Jayco has just announced the names of the players that will be racing at Vuelta a España. Simon Yates will be the team leader while Kaden Groves is the team’s best option for sprint stages. Selecting Yates as the leader makes perfect sense since Yates has already won the Vuelta a España 2018.
Tadej Pogačar was often seen fighting as a lone wolf at Tour de France 2022, against the tour winner Jonas Vingegaard (Jumbo-Visma). Nevertheless, the UAE Team Emirates rider never gave in and continued to strive against the Jumbo-Visma duo, Vingegaard, and Wout Van Aert. On the other hand, Vingegaard always had the support of Vout
Marianne Vos has done it again, she took another win at the Tour of Scandinavia, adding a hattrick to her long list of achievements. The uphill stage saw a vigorous match between the best athletes until Vos took the crown in her name on 11 August, Thursday. View
After the United States Anti-Doping Agency (USADA) conducted a thorough investigation on Jackson Huntley Nash, The agency decided to put a lifetime ban on the cyclist on Wednesday, 10th August. Nash is guilty of violating many rules. The investigation started in 2021 when a whistleblower gave information related to the former motorcyclist turned cyclist. He
Zoe Bäckstedt has just signed a contract with EF Education-TIBCO-SVB as a trainee for the remaining 2022 season. The team decided to take Zoe on board just after her first race at the pro team. It is decided that Zoe will race cyclo-cross and will also take part in road racing throughout the 2022 winter.
Marianne Vos is back in the game and she is out with vengeance. Since the Jumbo-Visma rider was disqualified from the Vårgårda WestSweden, she decided to prove why she is known as the best of the best. On 9th August, Tuesday, Vos went down in history but it was for all the right reasons. Marianne
After spending almost a decade at Lotto Soudal, Tim Wellens has decided to switch teams. The switch information was announced by the rider himself on Tuesday, 9th August, who now feels that it’s time to explore new opportunities. Tim said: After ten great years with my former team, I decided it was time for a
On a Monday morning, Tiesj Benoot of team Jumbo-Visma was training in Livigno (Italy) when he met a tragic crash. He was reportedly training alone on 7th August when the incident happened, leaving him with some fractured bones. View this post on Instagram
It was confirmed on Monday morning that Ethan Hayter will be riding all the way up to 2024 for Ineos Grenadiers. His contract has been extended according to what Ethan said in the press release: I am really proud to extend my contract with the team and keep racing as a Grenadier. The goal is
While we all enjoyed the cozy warmth of our beds on Sunday, sipping on the coffee without a care in the world, Marianne Vos ( Jumbo-Visma) was not so lucky in that matter. Despite winning the race at Vårgårda WestSweden, the rider stood disqualified. The rider used the “puppy paws” position of cycling for a
Things seem to be working well for Primož Roglič after he met a tragic crash at Tour de France 2022, which left him with a dislocated shoulder. Although he continued to participate in the event for 9 more days, he had to call it quits to make a sound recovery.
After Geraint Thomas’s hopes of winning gold were taken out of the Common Wealth games owing to an unfortunate crash on 4th August 2022, Rohan Dennis (Australia) stepped in to sweep out the win, taking home the gold medal. Dennis was listed as the race favorite alongside Thomas for the men’s time trial. Dannis won
Grace Brown remains the favorite after winning the gold at Commonwealth Games. She undoubtedly received a tough match at the individual time trial for women, but she overcame all the obstacles and took the win in her name on 4th August 2022. View this post on Instagram
David Dekker of team Jumbo-Visma was all set out to take the victory at Vuelta a Burgos on 3rd August 2022. He almost had it in his grasp and was quite happy that things were going according to their plan. He thought that taking a win at stage 2 is the perfect opening of the
Unfortunately, Sergio Higuita (Bora-Hansgrohe) met a tragic crash at Tour de Pologne. The tour leader met a fall on stage four which left him with injured knees. However, after facing the tragic event on 2nd August, he still managed to finish the race. View this post on Instagram
It is no surprise that women face discrimination, whatever field it may be. They are either paid less or do not enjoy the same job benefits as men do. As a woman, one always comes across a glass ceiling, beyond which it is almost impossible to progress. It looks like the tentacles of discrimination have
Soltec Team-UCI, a Women’s cycling team from Spain just landed a contract with the Olympic champion in women’s road racing and mathematician, Anna Kiesenhofer. Soltec decided to take Anna on board ahead of the Ceratizit Challenge by La Vuelta scheduled for September. View this post on Instagram
Team Astana Qazaqstan imposed a suspension on their rider Miguel Angel López amidst the ongoing investigation for being involved with Dr. Marcos Maynar Mariño on Jully 22. Maynar was engaged in alleged drug trafficking case as well as money laundering. However, The team decided to end the suspension on 1st August,Monday.
Leo Hayter is all set to join Ineos Grenadiers as a part of his first professional contract. Right after the young rider won the U23 Giro d’Italia, The team decided to take him on board. Hayter’s elder brother Ethan is already a part of Ineos Grenadiers. He will be joining the team as a trainee,
Movistar’s gem Annemiek van Vleuten may have not been feeling quite herself lately at the Tour de France Femmes, but the Dutch cyclist proved to everyone once again why she is the best of the best. Vleuten took the stage victory at La Super Planche des Belles Filles on 31st July, Sunday. Hence getting crowned
The rider and bicycles did a tango dance on the streets of Saint-Dié-des-Vosges, as they tangled up with one another, creating a sense of sheer panic among the directors, mechanics, and medics. The cause of curiosity is, how was such a massive crash sparked. the roads were straight, without as much gravel. Anyhow, the riders
Barbara Malcotti of the team Human Powered Health was disqualified from Tour de France Femmes on 27th July, Thursday. Never in her dreams, she would have imagined that a simple act will get her out of the game. She changed her bike in front of the peloton, instead of behind it. The act was termed
Adding the stage 5 win to her bag, Lorena Wiebes (Team DSM) now holds two stage wins at the Tour de France Femmes 2022. She beat Elisa Balsamo (Trek-Segafredo) at Saint-Dié-des-Vosges on the 28th of July, Thursday. While Marianne Vos (Jumbo-Visma) managed to finish in third place. View this
Marlen Reusser of team SD Worx took a solo victory at the rocky stage 4 of Tour de France Femmes. Marlen blew off the tension which was building up due to the mechanical errors the team had faced previously on the tour. The race began on 27th July, Wednesday and spectators stood witness to the
Jumbo-Visma’s Marianne Vos was seen dancing to the tunes of the yellow jersey at the Tour de France Femmes. The rider did all she could to retain the jersey but lost to Cecilie Uttrup Ludwig on stage 3. Nevertheless, Vos remained the overall leader and plans to keep her place. Despite ending up in second
FDJ-SUEZ Futuroscope did not have a really good opening at the Tour de France Femmes stage 1. They lost Marta Cavalli to a crash on the very first day. What else is really left to say? as the team was since seen visibly suffering. But Cecilie Uttrup Ludwig decided it was time to save herself,
With the end of the Tour de France 2022, new speculations came to life. Everyone had but one question in mind. Will they see their favorite rider Tadej Pogacar ride for his team the UAE Team Emirates in the upcoming Vuelta a España. Well, the rider cleared all suppositions as he said that he will
After standing victorious at Tour de France 2022, Jumbo-Visma is now making rounds at the Tour de France Femmes. Marianne Vos of team Jumbo-Visma had a clean win on 25th July, Monday. She not only won stage 2, but also now holds the yellow jersey. Vos is now the new race leader. It was already
Tour de France Femmes began with Lorena Wiebes (Team DSM) taking victory over Marianne Vos (Jumbo-Visma). The race, which was scheduled for 24th July 2020, was 82 km long. It started with the scenic background of Eiffel Tower and went all the way up till Champs-Élysées. View this
The Tour de France 2022 was full of twists and turns, no one ever speculated. When the first time trial was held, all eyes were on Tadej Pogačar (UAE Team Emirates) as he was considered to be undefeatable at the tour. But Jonas Vingegaard (Jumbo-Visma) tried his luck and decided to challenge the proclaimed winner.
Jumbo-Visma’s lucky stars seem to be aligned, as after back to back victories in the deciding stages of the Tour de France, the team dominated Saturday’s time trial. The stage 20th was scheduled for 23rd July, and Wout Van Aert made a clean sweep with best time. View
The Jumbo-Visma winning streak continues as Christophe Laporte grabbed a solo win at stage 19. The stage was held at Cahors, on Friday, 22nd July. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Christophe Laporte
Miguel Angel López has been forced to stop participating in any future activities by his team Astana Qazaqstan. The decision to suspend Miguel came in on 22nd July, Friday, following Spanish reports which hint at a link between Miguel and Dr. Marcos Maynar Mariño. Dr. Marcos Maynar Mariño was arrested in May, for dealing in
Custom-Road Bike Projects have become very famous amongst bike manufacturers and that is the same case with ENVE Composites. Thinking of starting the project back in 2021, they have now introduced their Melee Road Bike which is all set to defy odds. ENVE has tried to tinker with the modern road racing bike formula and
Jonas Vingegaard won stage 18th on 21 July, Thursday. He made a clean sweep at the finishing line, leaving his opponents far behind while taking a solo win. Vingegaard now owns Tour de France 2022. A mild crash disrupted the race for Tadej Pogačar (UAE Team Emirates), but Vingegaard waited on him like a true
The stage held at Hautacam, Lourdes, Tour de France, stood witnessed to great acts of sportsmanship. Rumor has it that on Thursday, 21st July, Jonas Vingegaard (Jumbo-Visma) waited on Tadej Pogačar (UAE Team Emirates) as Pogacar took a skid on the road. 😱 @TamauPogi crashed! But Jonas Vingegaard waits for him. 😱 @TamauPogi est
Jonas Vingegaard remains unbothered by Tadej Pogačar’s win of the stage 17, on 20 July, Wednesday. The stage was set out at Col du Val Louron-Azet. Vingegaard did not even show an ounce of anxiety as his opponent took his place on the winner’s podium. Even though, UAE Team Emirates lost its key players, Rafal
Tadej Pogačar (UAE Team Emirates) has once again proved why he is said to be the best athlete on the Tour’s ground. On Wednesday, July 20th, He claimed his third stage win of the event. Your stage 17 winner…Bravo @TamauPogi 💪🏻😁 #TDF2022 pic.twitter.com/uZmzVbD6H4 — @UAE-TeamEmirates (@TeamEmiratesUAE) July 20, 2022 It was being speculated if
Right before the start of stage 17th, Tadej Pogacar received a heavy blow as his best wingman, Rafal Majka (UAE Team Emirates) was forced to leave the tour. The chain of Majka’s cycle broke on the stage 16. The unfortunate happening left him with a strained thigh. Unfortunately @majkaformal will not start stage 17
The mountainous stage at Pyrenean left the GC in a bit of a fuss, however, the three top holders stood firm in their places. Despite the shaking grounds, they managed to survive, but will that be enough? Geraint Thomas hopes so. View this post on Instagram
Israel-Premier Tech rider Hugo Houle attained his first ever Professional win on July 19th, Tuesday. The 31-year-old rider deemed the biggest cycling stage to claim a remarkable win. He cruised solely to mark a second stage win for the team Israel-Premier Tech, following the stage 5 win by Simon Clarke.
Salt Lake Criterium became a battleground after the race on Saturday, 16th July. Fists were seen flying in the air, as some riders tried their best to tone down the situation. All their efforts were in vain as Michael Hernandez (Best Buddies Racing built by HGR Construction) and Justin Williams (L39ION of Los Angeles) brawled
Bora-Hansgrohe confirmed on 18th July, Monday, that Jai Hindley is a part of their plan for the Vuelta a España scheduled in August. Ralph Denk, the manager for the team, revealed: The plan is he will do the Vuelta, he’s at altitude training camp, motivated and riding well so far After an intense battle with
Stage 15th of Tour de France was a rather peculiar one. The melting heat accompanied by the Covid-19 wave has turned the tabled upside down. In an unexpected turn of events, Jasper Philipsen, who finished third in the last year’s Tour in Carcassonne, took the stage win a year later on 17th July 2022.
Tour de France looses Primož Roglič as the team Jumbo-Visma confirmed on Sunday i.e. 17th July that the team leader will not be seen continuing in stage 15. The rider suffered from injuries on the cobbles stage at Paris-Roubaix, which have forced him to withdraw from the event to recover.
With just 300 meters to go, a trio formed in front of Trek-Segafredo’s breakaway man, who had decided to go for the win today. But on 15th July, Friday, all the efforts against him failed, as the young man launched a sprint and dashed pass the trio. He fought off Hugo Houle (Israel-Premier Tech) and
Bad luck continues to follow Caleb Ewan at the Tour de France, as the Lotto Soudal rider met a horrifying crash. The incident happened on 15th July, Friday, as the rider set out on the stage in Saint-Étienne. The crash left him with a hurting knee and an aching shoulder. Nevertheless, he managed to complete
Tom Pidcock won the first stage at his debut Tour de France on 14th July, Thursday. The Ineos Grenadiers proved his worth by taking over the L’Alpe d’Huez climb remarkably, leaving behind the yellow jersey to fend for himself. The crowd of the Bastille Day cheered the 22-year-old as he fought Louis Meintjes (Intermarché-Wanty-Gobert Matériaux)
Lorena Wiebes won Baloise Ladies Tour’s second day. The DSM rider was seen flying across the finish line in Zulte on 15th July, Thursday. Mylene de Zoete (AG Insurance-NXTG Team) stood second, while Amber van der Hulst (Liv Racing Xstra) was seen crossing third. View this post on Instagram
Mathieu van der Poel has pulled the plugs of his Tour de France journey, abandoning the tour midway. The news came in on the 13th of July, Wednesday, but it was no surprise as the Alpecin-Deceuninck was clearly struggling ever since the start of the tour. #TDF2022 And that’s the end of @mathieuvdpoel‘s Tour
Our polka dot jersey holder may have been enjoying the status of the best climber so far at the Tour de France, but he knew it was the time to up his game. Magnus Cort of EF Education–EasyPost looked all might and high as he crossed the finish line of the stage held in the
Mark Cavendish’s contract with QuickStep-AlphaVinyl will be concluded by the end of this season. The news was confirmed by Patrick Lefevere, team manager, on the 12th of July, Tuesday. View this post on Instagram A post shared
Bob Jungels single-handedly won the Châtel stage on 10th July, Sunday. Thibaut Pinot (Groupama–FDJ) tried to catch up to the AG2R Citroën rider, but all his efforts were in vain. Jonathan Castroviejo (Ineos) came second, Carlos Verona (Movistar) took his place on the podium in the third spot, while Thibaut Pinot finished fourth. The day
Just when everyone thought the season was over for Wout van Aert, the Jumbo-Visma rider claimed the win of stage 8 on 9th July, Saturday. Van Aert gave a tough match to Michael Matthews (BikeExchange-Jayco) to the finish line. View this post on Instagram
Friday, July 8th saw another victory for the UAE Team Emirates rider Tadej Pogačar at the Super Planche des Belles Filles leaving behind Jonas Vingegaard (Jumbo-Visma) who thought he had almost won. This marks a second stage win for Tadej Pogačar at the Tour de France. View this
It is clear that Tour de France 2022 has taken its toll on Mathieu van der Poel, as he admitted at the cobbles that he was not feeling well. But on 8th July, Friday, he confessed that he is thinking of abandoning the Tour altogether if his form doesn’t show a significant change. The Alpecin–Fenix
Tadej Pogačar is back with a bang as the UAE Team Emirates star won stage 6 of the Tour de France on 7th July, Thursday. He walked off with the Yellow Jersey, leaving behind a staggered Wout Van Aert. He has so far been the most consistent and robust contender at the Tour.
Daniel Oss of team TotalEnergies met with an unfortunate crash on stage 5 of the Tour de France. The incident occurred when Daniel collided with a fan who had stumbled in his way on Wednesday, July 6th, 2022. The unfortunate mishap has caused the rider to retreat from the Tour, unwillingly. On Thursday, 7th July,
Wednesday 6th July witnessed the most intense battle of the Tour so far. The GC contenders were fighting like cats and dogs to take the win on one of the toughest stages of the Tour. But the cobbles had more surprises rolled up the sleeve. Simon Clarke (Israel-Premier Tech) took the win and Taco van
Stage 5 of Tour de France unfolded with many surprises. Israel-Premier Tech’s rider Simon Clarke was crowned the stage win. The cobbles stage underwent on Wednesday, 6th July. Wout Van Aert who won stage 4, crashed in the early stages. Jonas Vingegaard of Jumbo-Visma suffered from a mechanical fault in his bicycle. Primož Roglič also