Chris Froome is finding his legs, building momentum, and gradually reeling back time on Vuelta a Espana race leader Nairo Quintana.
Andrew Talansky has crept up to 11th overall after stage 11, saying that the final week of the race should suit his strengths.
Tinkoff's race director tells VeloNews Alberto Contador is still racing to win the Vuelta despite being 2:54 back.
Alberto Contador accuses race organizers of hyping up crashes that leave GC riders injured and off the back, says he'll fight on a the
This Vuelta a España sees a different version of Froome. The stubborn and tenacious qualities of his character are coming into play.
Quintana content to ride into Vuelta's first rest day with the red jersey, but he's wary of Froome, who lurks in third overall, riding
Ben King of Cannondale – Drapac is daydreaming about eating a burger as he tries to secure a contract for next season.
The 19-year-old has ridden to impressive results this season, including a runner-up at the Tour of Utah.
The Vuelta's top overall favorites play it conservatively in stage 9 with Monday's challenging climb to Lagos de Covadona looming
After a quiet first week at the Vuelta, Nairo Quintana roars to life in stage 8