Tag Archives: Spring Classics
Photography by Mark Johnson Ireland’s Dan Martin takes home La Doyenne.
By Jen See | Photography by David Reddick It is easier to count the races Marianne Vos has not yet won, rather than list her many successes. She is one of the most decorated riders in the sport of cycling, … Continue reading
Photography by Mark Johnson Ready for the pain? The Mur de Huy deals it out it brutal doses, but Marianne Vos and Daniel Moreno showed it who’s boss.
Photo: Kristof Ramon The dust hasn’t quite settled yet from this past Sunday’s Paris-Roubaix—and the riders have at least one more day before it has cleared their lungs—so we’re still talking about the race. And though no worn-out string of … Continue reading
Photography by Mark Johnson The only thing that is not in pain are the hands..!! Strange but true.time to fly a la casa with the family and swiss power @gregory_rast — Fabian cancellara (@f_cancellara) April 8, 2013
By Vernon Felton | bikemag.com Fabian Cancellara managed to win Paris Roubaix today, making it his third victory at the brutal race known as the Hell of the North. Cancellara’s previous wins came in 2006 and 2010. With Tom Boonen … Continue reading
Dear Sky Pro Cycling Team, Thank you very much for the offer to join your prestigious and successful UCI ProTour team for this weekend’s Paris-Roubaix classic. At least I think that was the offer you were extending when you had … Continue reading
By Michael DiGregorio | Photos by Daniel Wakefield Pasley To call Paris-Roubaix a race is to reduce Jacques Mesrine—the French version of Scarface and an arch prankster—to the ranks of a petty hood. Famously described as “a rodeo…where everything trembles” … Continue reading
Photography by Mark Johnson
By Jen See | Photography by Kristof Ramon I go to the deli to get my sandwich, the same sandwich I get everyday, and the guy behind the counter tells me that he is flying to Belgium tomorrow to watch … Continue reading