The 2018 Tour de France winner wintered in California for the second consecutive year, to recharge the batteries for another run at the yellow jersey.
Irishman Sean Kelly dominated pro cycling for many years. In his retirement he has commentated for Eurosport and built up a reputation as one of the most astute analysts in the sport. He speaks to VeloNews about the shining talents who may well dominate the pro ranks for years to come.
On this week's episode of The VeloNews Podcast we discuss the Tour Colombia 2.1 with reporter Rebecca Reza. Then, we sit down with Ian Boswell to talk about his retirement from professional road racing.
Have you ever seen Julian Alaphilippe and Egan Beral look like this? Artisan Nicolas Molano Avila is at Tour Colombia 2.1 showcasing his hand-carved wooden dolls, each made to look like a cycling star.
There are as many reporters at the Tour Colombia as at the Tour de France, and the pandemonium that surrounds Rigoberto Uran, Egan Bernal, and the other big stars is unlike anything in pro cycling. VeloNews examines how the teams deal with the race's craziness.
The 2019 Tour de France winner is on the back foot, after losing three-quarters of a minute in the opening team time trial.