Whilst the races may not be filling our weekends, the history, tradition and feats that encapsulate the Classics still captivate the minds of riders around the world. We caught up with Team Bahrain McLaren's Principal to get his take on these races, and what their cancellation means to cycling.
Each year, International Women's Day shines a light on progress as well as the distance still to go for parity. As an active supporter of women in cycling, we decided to raise the profile of the women's peloton and of women riders through our 110km Strava Challenge.
Taking to the roads of Altea, Spain, the riders of Team Bahrain McLaren got to put in their first serious miles in their fresh kit. We caught up with Team Principal, Rod Ellingworth to find out what goes on behind closed doors to find out how McLaren run a Training Camp.
As the first race on the calendar, the Tour Down Under breaks cycling’s European fixation for five sun filled days in January. Almost as bright as the antipodean sun, Team Bahrain McLaren’s race colours were christened as the peloton took to the streets of Adelaide for the season’s debut.
The Vuelta is unique among the Grand Tours. The last three week race on the calendar, it’s the final hurdle for domestiques and the last chance for riders looking to save their season. Ahead of the race, we sat down with Team Ineos’ photographer Russ Ellis to find out what it’s like covering the race for the Red Jersey.
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