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  1. Woods Wins Vuelta Stage Seven As Carapaz Keeps Overall Lead

    Woods Wins Vuelta Stage Seven As Carapaz Keeps Overall Lead

    Oct 27, 2020

    Canadian Michael Woods timed his move to perfection on Tuesday to win the seventh stage at la Vuelta, as Richard Carapaz retained the overall lead.

  2. Richard Carapaz Moves Into Overall Lead After Stage 6 At Vuelta

    Richard Carapaz Moves Into Overall Lead After Stage 6 At Vuelta

    Oct 25, 2020

    Ecuadorian Richard Carapaz claimed the Vuelta a Espana overall lead after Spaniard Ion Izagirre won Sunday's sixth stage.

  3. Favorites To Watch At The Vuelta A España

    Favorites To Watch At The Vuelta A España

    Oct 21, 2020

    The 2020 Vuelta a España gets underway this week amidst a rising second wave of Covid measures sweeping Europe.  The race organization released an outline of protocols in place to keep rider safety at the forefront, minimizing spectators, canceling the promotional caravan, and tightening the race bubble. A mobile lab will be following the race to test regularly and as needed with hopes of reaching Madrid in November.

  4. How To Watch The Vuelta a España In Canada

    How To Watch The Vuelta a España In Canada

    Oct 20, 2020

    FloBikes is Canada's exclusive 2020 Vuelta a España and Ceratizit Madrid Challenge broadcaster.

  5. Roglic Glimpses Tour de France Triumph From Alpine Peaks

    Roglic Glimpses Tour de France Triumph From Alpine Peaks

    Sep 16, 2020

    Slovenia's Primoz Roglic once more prevailed on his toughest test yet to remain on course for Tour de France glory, while Miguel Angel Lopez soloed to a breathtaking stage win atop the highest mountain of the race.

  6. Taylor Phinney Retires From Professional Cycling

    Taylor Phinney Retires From Professional Cycling

    Oct 17, 2019

    This weekend in Japan,  Taylor Phinney will zip up his EF Education First kit for the last time. He’ll pin on his numbers, and clip in for what is the final professional race of  a career that’s been beautiful, frustrating, and everything in between.  From the Olympics to the Tour de France to the cobblestones of Roubaix, there’s no one who’s done it quite like Taylor Phinney. He won numerous junior titles on the track and competed in the individual pursuit at the 2008 Beijing Olympics, finished fourth in the road race and time trial at the 2012 London Olympics four years later, completed two Tours de France and last season came in eighth at Paris-Roubaix, his favorite race. He fought back from a career-threatening leg break sustained in 2014, and along the way began to ponder a life outside of professional racing. Eventually, the side of him hoping to explore art and music, the side of him hoping to dig deeper into a place rather than a suitcase… that side won out. We talked to Phinney about his decision to move on from road racing, how he reconciles the expectations held by others for his cycling career with his own ambitions and dreams, and what’s next.