InCycle video: What makes Colombian cycling so special?
Cycling: 1st Colombia Oro y Paz 2018 / Stage 5 Arrival / Rigoberto Uran Uran (COL) Celebration / Nairo Quintana (COL)/ Egan Arley Bernal Gomez (COL)/ Pereira - Salento-Bomberos 2003m (163,7km)/ © Maximiliano Blanco

InCycle video: What makes Colombian cycling so special?

InCycle came to visit Colombia to find out what makes Colombian cycling so special. The visited the Oro y Paz cycling race in February and spoke with rider Rigoberto Uran, and legends Lucho Herrera and Cochise Rodriguez. They give a great view of the deeply rooted love for cycling within all Colombians, and interview some team managers about the changes in the country, and how the sport deal with this. Check out the video below, and be amazed about the beauty of cycling in Colombia:  Ever wondered what makes Colombian cyclists so special? inCycle travelled to South America to find…

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Colombia Oro y Paz: Dayer Quintana takes the stage, Egan Bernal wins overall

Dayer Quintana has won the last stage of the Colombia Oro y Paz in Colombia. He arrived solo on the last climb of the day. Egan Bernal may add the overall victory to his palmares. The early escape today consisted of 33 riders in Colombia. Tao Geoghegan Hart, Sebastián Henao (Sky), Nathan Brown, Julian Cardona (EF Education First-Drapac), Antonio Pedrero, Dayer Quintana (Movistar) and Fernando Gaviria (Quick-Step Floors) attacked. The escapees drove to a maximum gap of about four minutes. The first two intermediate sprints of the day were a prey for Miguel Rubiano. It was striking that he managed…

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Colombia Oro y Paz: Rigoberto Uran strongest in Salento

Rigoberto Urán has won the fifth stage in the Colombia Oro y Paz after a spectacular final climb. After 164 kilometers of race Urán, Quintana, Henao and Bernal had to sprint for victory. Urán turned out to be the fastest of the group. Alaphilippe loses his leader's jersey to Quintana. Early escape gets little space In the fifth stage of the Colombia Oro y Paz, eleven riders went to Salento early in the race. There were no big names in this group, but due to the still small time differences in the rankings, Quick-Step Floors never let the lead go…

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