Tuesday, 20 February 2018

2018 Best Cycling Kit


What a start of the season for Trek-Segafredo!!!
Degenkolb has been elected rider of the month in the previous survey and their kit has just been voted as the best of the Peloton.
Trek-Segafredo riders seem to be in a really good shape and, with the spring classics approaching, the only limit to this great team in 2018 is the sky! Maybe...

Tuesday, 13 February 2018

Which WorldTour Team Has The Best Kit For 2018?

Which WorldTour Team Has The Best Kit For 2018?
 
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Cycling Kits 2018

It's survey time again!
Have a look at the new kits and vote your favourite one:

Ag2r-La Mondiale













Astana Pro Team













Bahrain-Merida










BMC Racing Team













Bora-Hansgrohe













Dimension Data













EF Education First-Drapac p/b Cannondale













Groupama-FDJ









Lotto-Soudal













Mitchelton-Scott








Movistar Team













Quick-Step Floors










Team Katusha-Alpecin









Team LottoNL-Jumbo









Team Sky













Team Sunweb









Trek-Segafredo










UAE-Team Emirates

Tuesday, 6 February 2018

Rider of the Month: January


Congratulations Dege, you made it!!
After a troubled couple of years, the cycling phoenix comes back with a wonderful double at the beginning of the 2018 season.
He has already won two races in a row and he is heading to Dubai Tour with great expectations.
The great winner of Milano-Sanremo and Paris-Roubaix 2015 is finally back in full shape and we are more than happy to celebrate this wonderful return crowning him "January Rider of the Month".

Friday, 26 January 2018

Start of the Season


The new season just started and nothing seems to be changed.
Sagan is bossing in and out the competitions, his meeting with the Pope has been fantastic and showed us a grown Champion.
Greipel said again he is still in the game and in pure sprints he is the one to beat.
Degenkolb after a troubled season has already won a race, but will he return to be the champion he was before the horrible accident? I really hope so.
Porte seems to have done this, he won again on Willunga Hill, 6 months after his dramatic crash at le Tour de France.
In conclusion, what can we say about Quick-Step Floors?  They have started the season reaffirming their enormous superiority in the UCI World Tour, they have already won 3 races with 3 different riders.
Do we have to prepare ourselves for another spring of Sagan vs. Quick-Step Floors?
This are the first few 2018 impressions because I don't want to say a word about so many teams that, at first sight, appear significantly below expectations.