Pedaling On…

25 Aug

If cycling were like the World Series, Peter Sagan would be the overall winner!  After all, the ever-impressive national champion of Slovakia has just taken four of seven stages this past week in Colorado.  Naturally he remains victorious in his usual color of green, having once again proven his sprinting dominance.

The man in green scores his fourth win of the week.

After two years ago finishing third, then last year second, now– fittingly enough– Colorado’s native son takes first, just as he did at this year’s Tour of California.  Tejay Van Garderen has won the 2013 USA Pro Challenge.  Along with this we say goodbye on American soil to 2012 PC champion Christian Vande Velde, who’s heading into retirement after a few more races in Europe, hopefully competing alongside 2013 Tour de France champion Chris Froome who surprisingly abandoned the Pro Challenge on stage 7.  Meanwhile, his long-range attack this week may not be the last one we see, as 41-year-old Jens Voigt is not retiring this season.

Tejay takes his number one spot on the Denver podium.

So comes and goes another remarkable chapter of professional bicycle racing, this one all the more special for taking place here in the U.S.  Pedaling on now to the next, already underway in Spain!

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