Deceuninck-QuickStep produced the perfect demonstration of how to set up their sprinter for a bunch final in Chalons-sur-Saône, only to see the hard work they’d put in over six hours thwarted when Elia Viviani punctured as the peloton swept around the final turn 1,700 metres from the finish.
Frenchman insists Deceuninck didn’t make a mistake by giving Ciccone too much leeway
The Welshman says he’s ready to take on the mountains as the Tour rolls on
He may have missed out on selection for the Tour, but Mark Cavendish has made a career out of bouncing back
When contemplating adjectives that can be applied to the Giro d’Italia, terms such as thrilling, passionate and unpredictable usually spring to mind.