Track the riders in the world’s top races

Italian job desktop.jpg

The 2019 season is now in its final month but racing continues to come thick and fast, and we’ll be publishing live rider data at three races this week.

The first was Milano-Torino on Wednesday, October 9, where Mike Woods (EF Education First) took the win, followed by Gran Piemonte on Thursday in which Egan Bernal (Team INEOS) emerged victorious.

A busy week then concludes with the fifth and final Monument Classic of the season, Il Lombardia, on Saturday, October 12, beginning at 1035 (CET). Also known as the ‘Race of the Falling Leaves’, it favours climbers and this year takes place on a 243km course from Bergamo to Como.

You can view riders’ speed, power, heart rate and cadence at all three races live right here and also on your TV screens. We’ll also be publishing the pick of the data on Velon’s Twitter, Instagram and Facebook channels.

Peter Sagan and friends go behind the numbers