At Tour Colombia, proof that exciting stage racing still exists

Supported by The impromptu near-trackstand competition with less than one kilometer to go was the icing on the cake. Superman Lopez and his arch-nemesis, Ivan “The Terrible” Sosa, stared each other down, weaving across the final climb to Alto de Palmas in a tiny-man match sprint played out at 8,500 feet. Around the corner came Nairoman and … The post At Tour Colombia, proof that exciting stage racing still exists appeared first on CyclingTips .

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