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Pavé’s Vuelta a España Coverage

The 2011 Vuelta a Espana begins Saturday with a team time trial in Benidorm and runs a 3,321 kilometer route through Spain until Sunday, September 11th with a closing stage to Madrid. Though some are too worn out by a long race season to follow the third Grand Tour of the year closely, we here … Continue reading

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The Sticky Bidon – January 12, 2011

Interesting and/or amusing cycling items from across the Internet, January 12, 2011 Vuelta a Espana 2011 route revealed Ángel Madrazo, The 2011 Tour Down Under Obscure PRO Stybar to miss next world cup race Farrar sprint training Millar on 2011 Vuelta: “modern-looking and very challenging” RadioShack unveils new jersey design for 2011 La Lampre-ISD présente … Continue reading

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Monday Musette – A Closer Look

Editor’s Note: In today’s Monday Musette, Mattio takes “A Closer Look at Stage 19 of the Vuelta”, a stage that might prove to have been a good indicator of who will be wearing the rainbow jersey six days from now. On paper, Stage 19 of the Vuelta looked like just another sprint finish.  However, the … Continue reading

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2010 Vuelta – Winners & Losers

The season’s third and final grand tour came down to the wire, ending what might have been one of the most competitive grand tour seasons in recent memory.  Before we all turn our attention to Worlds and the fall classics, here’s a rundown of the race’s winners and losers. Winners: Vincenzo Nibali Nibali iced the … Continue reading

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Monday Musette – The Vuelta, Worlds, & Transfers

Here’s this week’s Monday Musette: 1. In what was already a banner year for the grand tours, the Vuelta really outdid itself. The final 3 kilometers of Saturday’s stage up the Bola del Mondo might have been the most gut-wrenchingly dramatic twenty minutes of racing I’ve ever seen. Credit Ezequiel Mosquera for taking it to … Continue reading

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Weekend Preview – The Vuelta, Italy, Isbergues, and US Pro

The 2010 Vuelta a Espana, wraps-up this weekend with its final two stages.  Tomorrow’s Stage 20 looks to be arguably one of the toughest of the race, and with much still up for grabs—including the race’s overall title—expect fireworks. The battle for the Vuelta’s final red jersey has narrowed to two men following Wednesday’s Stage … Continue reading

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