Tag: peter sagan

10 Standout Cycling Moments Of 2018

– Coming up, the best moments of the 2018 pro cycling season. (boom) (whoosh) (energetic music) At the start of 2018, Pete Sagan had won over 100 professional cycling races, but only one of those was a monument. The 2016 Tour of Flanders. However, he doubled that tally in April by winning Paris-Roubaix and didn’t […]

Tour of Oman 2013 – Stage 2 Race Report

Welcome to Bidbid in Oman, where old men brandishing swords mingle happily with athletes from the top table of world cycling. No team buses with tinted windows to hide on here: let’s make do with some plastic chairs outside the Naseem Saboor Restaurant and Coffee shop and its tempting aroma of incinerated chicken – In […]

11 Pro Cycling Team Kits You Should Know For 2017

– [Narrator] The New Year is a wonderful time for cycling fans. January the 1st is the time that the pro teams and riders can start showing off their bling new kit. While some teams shy away from making too many changes, we’ve also got plenty of brand new teams to cast our sartorial eye […]

The Coolest Things To See At The Tour de France 2019 Grand Depart

– As GCN presenters, we are enormously privileged in that we get to visit some of the biggest and the best cycling events in the world. And they don’t get much bigger than the Tour de France. I’m here in Brussels ready for the Grand Depart 2019 and I wanted to show you some of […]

Tour Down Under 2018 | Stage 4 Report

Anticipated as the wildcard stage of this year’s Tour Down Under, Stage 4 featured the brand new finish town of Uraidla and before that, (the climb of) Norton Summit. An earlier start for the riders due to another incredibly hot day in South Australia. Two riders went off the front early, they were Zak Dempster […]

Tour Down Under 2018 | Stage 1 Race Report

– After a short breather, it’s time for the 2018 World Tour to begin with this, the 20th edition of the Tour Down Under. The organization marked this historic 20th year of the Tour Down Under by holding the start in Port Adelaide, where it all began on Stage One back in 1999. This will […]