Life after the WorldTour: an interview with Sea Keong Loh

Becoming a pro cyclist is a something many amateur cyclists aspire to. Living that dream seems, from the outside, to consist of traveling the world, racing hard and being looked after by multiple staff so you can perform at your best. But what’s it actually like when you enter that world of pro racing, where […]


Can Degenkolb, Barguil repeat previous Vuelta a España success?

Sharing a total of seven Vuelta a España stage wins between them, John Degenkolb and Warren Barguil will be a major part of the Giant Shimano team’s push for success in the Vuelta a España. Degenkolb won stages two, five, seven, 10 and 21 during the 2012 Vuelta a España, and also picked up a […]

Bikes of Le Tour: Marcel Kittel’s yellow Giant Propel

by Dave Everett Sponsors love to get as much coverage as possible throughout the biggest cycle race of the year — its a prime platform to gain huge amounts of publicity, from sending riders out on long range breakaways that will get good air time but ultimately fail to stay the distance, to simply supplying […]


Rocacorba Daily

In this morning’s edition of the Rocacorba Daily news digest: Diego Ulissi tests positive for salbutemol; Andy Schleck interview – “The criticism is sometimes a big issue”; Alejandro Valverde takes the backroads to the Tour de France; Fabian Cancellara wins his ninth Swiss ITT title; Michal Kwiatkowski wins Polish TT championship; Annamiek Van Vleuten takes […]