The Passo del Bocco becomes a shrine to Weylandt; Keisse, Farrar remember Weylandt; Matt White examines the Giro team time trial
World champ says there is a lack of respect amongst the peloton's older riders; Giro to memorialize Weylandt; Phinney is up to 6-foot-5 and growing
Redant, who left the Omega Pharma-Lotto team late in 2010 to join the failed Pegasus Racing project, will join UHC as European team director beginning with the USA Pro Cycling Challenge next week.
From winning stages at Tirreno-Adriatico and the Ster ZLM Tour to burying his best friend following a fatal accident at the Giro d’Italia, it would be a terrible understatement to call the first half of 2011 a rollercoaster for Garmin-Cervélo’s Tyler Farrar.
Cycling doesn’t need to become an extreme sport to be intriguing, exciting and dramatic enough to captivate a television audience. A few simple changes could make them even more intriguing while minimizing the risk to the riders’ health and, indeed, their lives.
MADDALONI, Italy (VN) ─ Hendrik Redant came to the Giro d'Italia to drive around VIPs and make a few extra bucks before trying to land another cycling job following the collapse of the Pegasus cycling project.