Gregor Brown

The Giro d’Italia/Tour de France double is the key motivativation more than anything else, says Alberto Contador, as he approaches the twilight of his career. After 2014, the Spaniard realised…

The race director of the Giro d’Italia says that critics should judge the race after it finishes, rather than by its start-list. Chris Froome (Team Sky), Nairo Quintana (Movistar) and Vincenzo Nibali…

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The 2015 Giro d’Italia featured a controversial opening stage along a beach front bicycle path. Orica-GreenEdge came away with the stage win and Alberto Contador set the foundations for his…

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John Degenkolb’s Paris-Roubaix win came thanks to a combination of luck, tactics and speed – a perfect mixture on Sunday in northern France. The 26-year-old of Germany’s team Giant-Alpecin rode…

Sir Bradley Wiggins rode away from the velodrome after Paris-Roubaix and his Team Sky career with his head held high. He did not win the French Classic, but said his…

Winning the famous Paris-Roubaix one-day classic requires strength in numbers from a strong team and alertness throughout every part of the race, says Bradley Wiggins. The 253.5km Monument this Sunday will…