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2017 Liege-Bastogne-Liege: Cycling live race updates, blog

2017 Liege-Bastogne-Liege: Cycling live race updates, blog

1 day ago

Liege-Bastogne-Liege is the fourth monument of the year, and will bring to a close a riveting classics season. Join The Roar’s live coverage of ‘La Doyenne’ from 10pm AEST.

2017 Fleche Wallonne preview

2017 Fleche Wallonne preview

6 days ago

The second piece to the Ardennes puzzle is Fleche Wallonne, tackling the excruciatingly difficult final ascent of the Mur de Huy.

Amstel Gold 2017: Spring Classics Cycling live race updates, blog

Amstel Gold 2017: Spring Classics Cycling live race updates, blog

16 Apr 2017

After the cobbled classics finished at Paris-Roubaix, the peloton switch their attention to the punchy hills of the Ardennes. Join The Roar for live coverage of both the men’s and women’s Amstel Gold Race from 9:30pm (AEST).

Durbridge showing promise over the cobbles

Durbridge showing promise over the cobbles

9 Apr 2017

While the main talking point that came out of the Tour of Flanders last Sunday was Phillipe Gilbert’s epic solo attack to take the win in front of his home fans, Australian Luke Durbridge of Orica-Scott continued his impressive run of classics form, finishing in 12th place.

2017 Milan–San Remo preview

2017 Milan–San Remo preview

18 Mar 2017

Milan-San Remo is often referred to as the ‘sprinter’s classic’, due to the fairly flat parcours. Over the last five years, the race has been dominated by the sprinters, and tonight’s 2017 edition should be no different.

2017 Paris-Nice: Stage 7 preview

2017 Paris-Nice: Stage 7 preview

11 Mar 2017

The penultimate stage of Paris Nice throws up the only mountain top finish off the tour, up the fifteen kilometre ascent of the Col de la Couillole.