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2023 Vuelta España Stage 14 Preview

Sauveterre-de-Béarn > Larra-Belagua 156km Well, well, well, that was incredible. What Jumbo-Visma have done in the last few years is nothing short of remarkable, they deserve all the plaudits coming their way. They now sit 1-2-3 on GC, and it looks impossible to do anything about this, they are set to win all three grand...


2023 GP Québec Preview

Québec > Québec 204km One of my favourite races of the year, I promise it’s got nothing to do with it being a Friday night and I’ll be watching with a bottle of wine. 16 laps of the circuit in Québec, one that has enough about it for the attackers to put pressure on the...


2023 Vuelta España Stage 13 Preview

Formigal. Huesca la Magia > Col du Tourmalet 135km Without a shadow of doubt, this is the day where the red jersey will be won or lost. 135km and 4164m of climbing, it’s one of the hardest stages in the whole of 2023. With the GC finely balanced, and with three riders each from Jumbo-Visma...


2023 Vuelta España Stage 12 Preview

Ólvega > Zaragoza 151km The only sprint in the second week, and potentially the last one until Madrid. Just two sprinters have won a stage in the race, that leaves a lot of fast men with one thing on their mind. Groves didn’t win last time round, he’s beatable, which will give many teams the...


2023 Vuelta España Stage 11 Preview

Lerma > La Laguna Negra.Vinuesa 163km A very typical Vuelta stage, pan flat with a climb at the end. This is one of the easiest stages to control, but does anyone want to? After today’s TT, Kuss remains in red, and Remco is still surrounded by a gang of Jumbo-Visma and UAE riders. Do Jumbo...


2023 Vuelta España Stage 10 Preview

Valladolid > Valladolid 25.8km ITT A big day in the battle for the red jersey. 26km of time trail awaits the riders, this is a day where Remco Evenepoel will look to put big time into his rivals. Just one climb, 620m at 6.3%, it’s a day for the specialists. The opening 8km contains several...