A call for randomness!
Are the events we saw at the recent Critérium du Dauphiné a thing of the past at the Tour? I for one, hope not. While we all enjoyed the exciting closing kilometres in Stage 2 at the Tour de France, it did get me thinking about the changes in the style of professional racing over the past few years. As Cycling Central analyst Baden Cooke mentioned after the stage, Team Sky had three riders still in the elite lead group, yet chose not to, or couldn't close down the late attack from Vincenzo Nibali. I'm happy to see the Italian champio… Continue Reading →