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Quick-Step Floors scoop 73 victories this season – Gallery

From Elia Vivianis win on stage 3 of the Tour Down Under in January to stage 6 of the Tour of Guangxi, won by Fabio Jakobsen, on Sunday, Quick-Step Floors impressive 73 victories this season have been... well, impressive. The Belgian WorldTour team has won on all fronts, from the Monuments – with victories at both the Tour of Flanders thanks to Niki Terpstra and at Liège-Bastogne-Liège with Bob Jungels – to the Grand Tours, where they won a staggering 13 stages across the Giro dItalia, the Tour...

Top 5 ultralight road tech

This article first appeared on BikeRadar. At once austere and utterly indulgent, ultralight bicycle parts are out of reach for most of us, but that doesn’t diminish the window-shopping experience one little bit. In no particular order, here’s our five-part smorgasbord of the least compromising kit available in 2019.ADVERTISEMENT 2019s top 5 pro road shoes Top 5 2019 road bike trends Gelu Carbon Creation K.3 saddle Gelu Carbon Creations lightweight K.3 saddle Saddles have to handle a...

2019 Tour de France route: All the rumours ahead of the big reveal

The route for the 2019 Tour de France will be officially unveiled in the Palais des Congrès in Paris on Thursday. Always a big event, many stars of world cycling will descend on the Palais des Congrès as it becomes clearer how the next edition of the sports biggest race might play out. While details of the Brussels Grand Départ – the opening few stages – have already been confirmed, the rest of the route is still under wraps. However, rumours abound in the lead-up to the big reveal, with local ...

Lack of new sponsors and failure to sign Van Aert cost De Geyter his job

There were already whispers of Paul De Geyter’s imminent departure from Lotto Soudal at the team’s 2019 pre-season get-together at the start of October. The autumn event, held at Soudal’s factory in Turnhout, Belgium, was a chance for next year’s roster to mingle, for sponsors to introduce themselves, and for staff and riders who have not seen each other since the start of the year to reacquaint themselves with one another. Everyone from the Lotto Soudal set-up was present but for one person: th...

Metamorphosis: GreenEdge's journey to Grand Tour success

When Simon Yates stepped onto the podium in Madrids Plaza de Cibeles and the British national anthem played out for the winner of the 2018 Vuelta a España, it was a landmark achievement for the 25-year-old, but also a significant milestone from a collective point of view. It would have been unthinkable a few years ago, but the Mitchelton-Scott team had won a Grand Tour. Once a motley crew of stage hunters and team time trial contenders – successful ones at that – they had embarked on a journey ...

From the operating theatre to the pro peloton, Tanja Erath thrives with Canyon-SRAM

Tanja Erath had a whirlwind experience in her first season in the professional peloton after winning the Zwift Academy Women last December to earn a contract with Canyon-SRAM in 2018. A practicing doctor when she won the contract, Erath moved from her home in Germany to a cycling hotbed in Girona and quickly proved her strength within the team at world-class races, which has all led to a contract renewal for 2019. I signed with Canyon-SRAM for 2019 because it gives me the opportunity to live my...