Vuelta a España, Tour of Britain, GP Montreal & Quebec | The Cycling Race News Show

Published on September 10th 2018

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This week on the GCN Racing News Show - action from the Vuelta a España, a wet and windy finale to the Tour of Britain, a future star shines at the Lotto Belgium Tour, and it’s double Bling at the Grand Prix’s of Quebec and Montreal. Eurosport Player Offer: http://gcn.eu/player Subscribe to GCN: http://gcn.eu/SubscribeToGCN Register your interest in the GCN Club: http://gcn.eu/Pn Subscribe to GCN en Español: http://gcn.eu/gcn-en-espanol Submit your content with our new uploader: http://gcn.eu/upload Join our Facebook community: http://gcn.eu/FBCommunity We start at La Vuelta, which has just reached the conclusion of the 2nd week. A number of riders have abandoned - Dylan Van Baarle succumbed to injuries sustained in a bizarre post finish crash on stage 12. A race official timed his sprint past the photographers all wrong, and with an incredibly narrow finish, there was nowhere for stage winner Alexandre Geniez to go - the two collided heavily, but it was Van Baarle who would end up the worse off. Meanwhile over in Canada, the 9th editions of the Grand Prix’s of Quebec and Montreal were run on Friday and Sunday respectively. A brave effort by Pete Kennaugh in the former almost saw him pull off an upset, however, he was caught almost within sight of the line and so we had the expected reduced bunch sprint. Winning convincingly was Michael Matthews, clearly, fitter and fresher than the rest after an injury-hit season, and that much was evident two days later in Montreal - his team worked hard, he finished off the job, this time in a much closer battle with Sonny Colbrelli. The Tour of Britain reached its conclusion yesterday in London - the race had been shaped by the particularly tough team time trial which finished up the Whinlatter Pass, Lotto NL Jumbo winning the stage and putting Primoz Roglic into the race lead, but he faltered the following day on a stage which finished on the same climb - there, Julian Alaphilippe did enough in finishing 2nd to Wout Poels to propel himself into the leader’s jersey, which he would keep through Sherwood on stage 7 and through to the final in London. If you enjoyed this video, make sure to give it a thumbs up and share it with your friends. 👍 If you'd like to contribute captions and video info in your language, here's the link - http://gcn.eu/Pm Watch more on GCN... Can You Repair Carbon Fibre? 📹 http://gcn.eu/CarbonRepair Photos: © Velo Collection (TDW) / Getty Images & © Bettiniphoto / http://www.bettiniphoto.net/