Riding is Life

Van Hooydonck fitted with defibrillator, spelling end of pro career

Sepp Kuss leads teammate Primož Roglič at the Vuelta a España. The two are in a pack of riders with several from the Bora team. Kuss' tongue is slightly sticking out the right side of his mouth, while Roglič wears an inscrutable expression.

Only Jumbo can destroy Jumbo

Primoz Roglic leads Jonas Vingegaard and Sepp Kuss, who is wearing the leader's red jersey, up the Angliru climb in foggy conditions.

Behind the façade, fissures form at Jumbo

Sepp Kuss smiles, tongue out, holding a birthday cake.

Can we at least give the man a decent cake

A very official body language appraisal of Jumbo-Visma’s self-immolation

Primož Roglič leads teammate Jonas Vingegaard across the line to win stage 17 of the 2023 Vuelta a España. Both look shelled.

Vuelta stage 17: Wake me up when Sepp-tember ends

The Jumbo-Visma Tour de France squad at sign-in for a stage. The team is seen from the back, their images reflected in a compositional trick of framing by the photographer. They gaze out over a city with a clear blue sky above them.

The trouble with dominance

Jonas Vingegaard blows a kiss to the crowd as he crosses the finish line for a solo win on stage 13 of the 2023 Vuelta a España.

Vuelta stage 13: Jumbo dominates on the Tourmalet as Evenepoel implodes

How are the GC favourites shaping up after the Vuelta’s action-bloated first week?

Vuelta a España stage 8 report: Jumbo-Visma take stage and red jersey with Roglič and Kuss

Tao Geoghegan Hart races toward the camera at the 2019 Tour of Lombardy. He's alone, on a narrow road lined with fans, and his mouth is open as he gives chase.

The way-too-early transfer assessment

Roglič’s final Vuelta tune-up: low on bombast, high on winning anyway