Nairo Quintana showed the world that he's not to be underestimated at last week's le Tour de la Provence. Quintana's stage win and overall victory are a sign that he's meshing well with new team Arkéa-Samsic.
Nairo Quintana took the overall win after Sunday's final stage of le Tour de la Provence. Photographer James Startt captured the picturesque countryside outside Aix-en-Provence on the race's final day.
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.
Photographer James Startt captured the peloton's ascent up Mont Ventoux during Saturday's third stage at le Tour de la Provence. Nairo Quintana was motivated to win for his new team, Arkea Samsic, and the Colombian did not disappoint.
Russian rider Aleksandr Vlasov of Astana won Friday's stage 2 at le Tour de la Provence, which took in a series of picturesque climbs along the Mediterranean coast before the summit finish to La Ciotat. Photographer James Startt was there to capture the early-season action.
With the exit of three of its marquee riders and signing of a host of rookies, the Spanish team faces a transitional season in 2020.
The 2019 Tour de France winner crashed, chased back onto the lead group and sprinted to second place, ahead of Daniel Martinez.
Movistar boss reveals how the team lost faith in the Colombian's ability to win grand tours, but vows to rebuild for future around Mas, Soler.
Cyclists from Colombia made a huge impact on the pro peloton over the last decade, as Rigoberto Uran, Nairo Quintana, and then Egan Bernal all scored top victories.