Lars Boom resisted the elements and the attempts of his rivals to seal the overall victory at the OVO Energy Tour of Britain as wind and rain battered the peloton on its way through the Welsh Marches to the finish
Lars Boom retained the overall lead of the OVO Energy Tour of Britain heading into the final day to Cardiff, surviving an explosive day of racing through the Cotswolds to Cheltenham as his teammate Dylan Groenewegen took the stage win.
Lars Boom took the lead of the OVO Energy Tour of Britain with the stage win as Clacton and the Tendring district of Essex hosted an 16-kilometre individual time trial. The Dutchman, who won two stages and the overall of
Yesterday saw riders take on stage two of the OVO Energy Tour of Britain. This was the longest stage at just over 211km, taking the riders from Kielder Water & Forest Park to Blyth. James said: “Stage two was the
Sunday 3 September saw 120 cyclists kick off the first stage of the OVO Energy Tour of Britain. Local hero James Lowsley-Williams, riding for BIKE Channel Canyon, gave us his thoughts on Stage One which took the riders from Edinburgh
This year’s OVO Energy Tour of Britain will feature its best ever line-up of riders, that’s the verdict of Race Director Mick Bennett, and backed up statistically by leading cycling website ProCyclingStats.com The 120-rider field for the race contains three