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CADEL EVANS RUMORS & GOSSIP

A taste of future Tour de France success to come for BMC

In five previous Tour de France appearances, BMC had claimed just one stage victory, Cadel Evans’ stage 4 victory when he went on to win the race overall. Utrecht would prove to be a second coming for the American team with another Australian, Rohan Dennis, securing victory in the time trial and with it, the yellow jersey to set the scene of success in the 102nd edition of the...
Via Cycling News
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Dennis gets a yellow BMC bike for his big day at the Tour de France

BMC Racing Team have rewarded Rohan Dennis for his stage 1 Tour de France victory with a yellow BMC Teammachine SLR01 for sunday's second stage to Zelande. Photographs posted on social media by the BMC team revealed Dennis' special bike. It was presented to him by the teams head mechanic when he arrived back at the team hotel on Saturday evening still wearing his yellow jersey. ...
Via Cycling News
23 days ago

Cadel Evans finishes 5th in final race

MELBOURNE, Australia (AP) Tour de France winner Cadel Evans has finished fifth in his farewell race, the 174-kilometer (108-mile) Great Ocean Road Race. Belgium's Gianni Meersman won the race in a nine-man sprint while Evans, the 2011 Tour de France champion, came from well back but couldn't match the sprinters. Evans said ''in the finish I came from a reasonably good position but...
Via AP on Fox
February 01, 2015  |  Discuss

2011 Tour de France champ Cadel Evans to retire in February

Former Tour de France winner Cadel Evans will retire in February after a final race before home fans in Australia. Evans, who won the world championship road race in 2009 and cycling's showpiece grand tour two years later, told a press conference that the Cadel Evans Great Ocean Road Race will be his last on Feb. 1. A former mountain bike specialist, the 37-year-old Evans started...
Via AP on Fox
September 25, 2014  |  Discuss

Some things to know about the cycling worlds

MADRID (AP) With the grand tours over and done with, it's time to get ready for the road cycling world championships. Many of the biggest names in the sport - including Fabian Cancellara, Cadel Evans, Chris Froome, Alejandro Valverde and Bradley Wiggins - will be in Spain next week to compete in a variety of races around Spain's hilly landscape of El Bierzo, northwest of Madrid...
Via AP on Fox
September 19, 2014  |  Discuss
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