Have you ever seen Julian Alaphilippe and Egan Beral look like this? Artisan Nicolas Molano Avila is at Tour Colombia 2.1 showcasing his hand-carved wooden dolls, each made to look like a cycling star.
Grand tour star warns of managers and scouts taking young Colombians to Europe under misleading deals.
On this week's episode of The VeloNews Podcast we discuss the Tour Colombia 2.1 with reporter Rebecca Reza. Then, we sit down with Ian Boswell to talk about his retirement from professional road racing.
WorldTour rookie building confidence in physical finishes of WorldTour sprints, placing fourth on Saturday's Tour Colombia stage.
EF Pro Cycling's Jonathan Caicedo leads the Tour Colombia 2.1 after the squad's impressive performance in the team time trial. Caicedo has charted a path from rural Ecuador to the WorldTour.
EF Pro Cycling brings a powerful team to Tour Colombia, including a host of Latin American talent and northern Americans van Garderen and Craddock
Tour de France stars to start season at high-altitude 2.1 category stage race, Quintana to miss race on home territory.
Quintana powered past younger rivals as they played cat and mouse in closing phases of the stage.
Julian Alaphilippe holds a tenuous lead in the GC heading into the final summit finish.
Sebastian Molano sprints to breakout victory in his debut season at the WorldTour level. Uran reclaims overall race lead.
The 22-year-old Colombian sprints to victory in stage 2 thanks to a perfect lead-out by Deceuninck-Quick-Step.
With a win in stage 1 TTT, EF Education First puts Rigoberto Urán into the overall lead to start his home race in Colombia.
One of Colombia's most recognizable pro cyclists, Urán expects a deep field and avid fans at the second edition of his country's home race.
The February 12-17 race takes place in the Antioquia department, situated in the northwest corner of Colombia.