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Danny Pate announces retirement from cycling

After 19 years of plying the pro cycling trade in the US and Europe, 39-year-old Danny Pate has decided to bring down the curtains on his racing career. Pate signed his first pro contract in 2000 with the Italian Saeco team and is currently riding with Rally Cycling at the Colorado Classic. Todays last stage of the Colorado race marks Pates final day of competition, but the veteran rider from Colorado was typically understated when contemplating the end of his career. I feel like right now its...


Matthews: I showed that I am still capable of winning

Even amid the ecstasy of cheering and applause at the end of the final stage of the BinckBank Tour in Geraardsbergen, Michael Matthews made himself heard. The Australian’s repeated, guttural cries of ‘Yeah’ started as he crossed the finish line and continued as he slowed to a stop and unclipped from his bike. Lest any of his Sunweb teammates were still unsure of the result, Matthews held the microphone of his radio close to mouth to make one final exclamation, before he sat, exhausted, on the c...


Kittel: I'm not sure why I'm struggling at the moment

Marcel Kittel abandoned the BinckBank Tour Saturday, adding another disappointment to his unsatisfactory 2018 season. In his first season with Team Katusha-Alpecin, the German has only two wins, taking stages in Tirreno-Adriatico. Im hugely disappointed that I had to abandon @binckbanktour, he wrote on Twitter and Instagram Saturday. While I will be criticized once more, Im looking for reasons behind all of this. Its been an incredibly difficult season so far and I was hoping to turn things ar...


Caja Rural, Burgos BH name Vuelta squads - News shorts

Spanish Professional Continental outfits Caja Rural-Seguros RGA and Burgos BH have announced their line-ups for the Vuelta a Espana. The two teams, who received wild card invitations to the Vuelta, are both sending young squads to their home Grand Tour, which starts on Saturday, August 25. Caja Rural is riding its seventh consecutive Vuelta, and is sending a “balanced team”, which can go for sprint finishes as well as fighting on the mountain stages. Sergio Pardilla, Alex Aranburu, Lluis Mas, ...


Lampaert battered, bruised but hopeful after BinckBank Tour crash

Yves Lampaert (Quick-Step Floors) had to be nursed across the finish line by the race doctor in Saturday’s penultimate stage of the BinckBank Tour. However, with the race on his favoured terrain, the Belgian champion remains hopeful that he can get into the mix on the final day of action. Starting the day just 43 seconds down on the overall leader Matej Mohoric (Bahrain-Merida), Lampaert rode aggressively and was one of the main protagonists. He had been in the move that formed the race-winning...


Pinot feeling fresh for Vuelta a Espana challenge

Groupama-FDJ leader Thibaut Pinot will head to the Vuelta a España having fully recovered from the pneumonia he suffered at Mays Giro dItalia, which forced him to abandon the race after stage 20, and then miss the Tour de France. The Frenchman recently returned to racing at the Tour de Pologne – where he finished third overall, and second to Simon Yates on the final stage – and will ride the Vuelta having rediscovered his climbing legs in Poland. The Vueltas quite different to the Giro or the ...


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Danny Pate announces retirement from cycling

After 19 years of plying the pro cycling trade in the US and Europe, 39-year-old Danny Pate has decided to bring down the curtains on his racing career. Pate signed his first pro contract in 2000 with the Italian Saeco team and is currently riding with Rally Cycling at the Colorado Classic. Todays last stage of the Colorado race marks Pates final day of competition, but the veteran rider from Colorado was typically understated when contemplating the end of his career. I feel like right now its...


Matthews: I showed that I am still capable of winning

Even amid the ecstasy of cheering and applause at the end of the final stage of the BinckBank Tour in Geraardsbergen, Michael Matthews made himself heard. The Australian’s repeated, guttural cries of ‘Yeah’ started as he crossed the finish line and continued as he slowed to a stop and unclipped from his bike. Lest any of his Sunweb teammates were still unsure of the result, Matthews held the microphone of his radio close to mouth to make one final exclamation, before he sat, exhausted, on the c...


Kittel: I'm not sure why I'm struggling at the moment

Marcel Kittel abandoned the BinckBank Tour Saturday, adding another disappointment to his unsatisfactory 2018 season. In his first season with Team Katusha-Alpecin, the German has only two wins, taking stages in Tirreno-Adriatico. Im hugely disappointed that I had to abandon @binckbanktour, he wrote on Twitter and Instagram Saturday. While I will be criticized once more, Im looking for reasons behind all of this. Its been an incredibly difficult season so far and I was hoping to turn things ar...


Caja Rural, Burgos BH name Vuelta squads - News shorts

Spanish Professional Continental outfits Caja Rural-Seguros RGA and Burgos BH have announced their line-ups for the Vuelta a Espana. The two teams, who received wild card invitations to the Vuelta, are both sending young squads to their home Grand Tour, which starts on Saturday, August 25. Caja Rural is riding its seventh consecutive Vuelta, and is sending a “balanced team”, which can go for sprint finishes as well as fighting on the mountain stages. Sergio Pardilla, Alex Aranburu, Lluis Mas, ...


Lampaert battered, bruised but hopeful after BinckBank Tour crash

Yves Lampaert (Quick-Step Floors) had to be nursed across the finish line by the race doctor in Saturday’s penultimate stage of the BinckBank Tour. However, with the race on his favoured terrain, the Belgian champion remains hopeful that he can get into the mix on the final day of action. Starting the day just 43 seconds down on the overall leader Matej Mohoric (Bahrain-Merida), Lampaert rode aggressively and was one of the main protagonists. He had been in the move that formed the race-winning...


Pinot feeling fresh for Vuelta a Espana challenge

Groupama-FDJ leader Thibaut Pinot will head to the Vuelta a España having fully recovered from the pneumonia he suffered at Mays Giro dItalia, which forced him to abandon the race after stage 20, and then miss the Tour de France. The Frenchman recently returned to racing at the Tour de Pologne – where he finished third overall, and second to Simon Yates on the final stage – and will ride the Vuelta having rediscovered his climbing legs in Poland. The Vueltas quite different to the Giro or the ...


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