Team Dimension Data for Qhubeka started today’s stage with one eye already focused on tomorrow’s final stage in Paris. Our 5 riders all completed the course without hassle and were able to conserve some energy for tomorrow’s final opportunity to win a stage at this year’s Tour de France..

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Tom Dumoulin (Team Sunweb) won the stage 20 Tour de France individual time trial ahead of Chris Froome (Team Sky) and Geraint Thomas (Team Sky). Thomas comfortably held onto the overall race lead and will take the yellow jersey to Paris tomorrow. The stage 20 individual time trial took place over a technical 31km course in the Basque Country. It would prove to be the final battle among the overall GC contenders as the hilly course lent itself to yellow jersey top contenders. Team Dimension Data for Qhubeka started today’s stage with one eye already focused on tomorrow’s final stage in Paris. Our 5 riders.

Romain Cardis (Direct-Energie) won the opening stage of the Tour de Wallonie, winning the mass sprint and also taking the overall race leaders jersey too. The Frenchman got the better of Michael Van Staeyen (Cofidis) and Edward Planckaert (Sport Vlaanderen) at the line. The Tour de Wallonie got underway with a constantly rolling and windy 200km stage today. Ben O’Connor was keen to get things going from the gun and managed to make the early break of the day with 6 other riders. After being out of action since the Giro d’Italia, O’Connor impressed with his strong ride out front, driving the break to a.

On Sunday the UCI World Tour peloton will head to the United Kingdom for the only British World Tour race of the season, the RideLondon Surrey Classic. The RideLondon Surrey Classic is a 187km single day classic and the only UCI World Tour event in the United Kingdom. The course was made famous by being the route used at the 2012 London Olympic Games. Such was the success of the Road Race at the 2012 games that The RideLondon Surrey Classic was born the following the year. The narrow, grippy and undulating roads in the Surrey Hills will make for a tough race but with.