As Canada wades into the winter months, Canadian Cycling Magazine will be giving you some ideas of what to watch on the trainer. Every week, we’ll dig up something different for you to enjoy while you churn out the hours in the pain cave. From classic races to binge-worthy TV series, from epic films to live cyclocross races, keep your eyes here for our best suggestions each week.

2015 Omloop Het Newsblad

When you go against three QuickStep riders in the finale of a Spring Classic you rarely emerge triumphant but you’ll want to watch right to the in this nail-biting edition of Omloop Het Newsblad

Stage 7 of the 2012 Tour of Turkey

The Tour of Turkey doesn’t get the most attention and rarely garners the most attention because of how exciting the racing is. That script was totally put on its head in 2012 in one of the most ridiculous finishes you’ll ever watch.

2018 Strade Bianche

The 2018 edition of Strade Bianche has become an instant classic with insane weather and a prolonged, dynamic battle for victory. It’s sure to be an edition that people will talk about for year’s to come.

2012 Tour of Flanders

The 2012 Tour of Flanders featured a highly analyzed and controversial course change. While some thought it would detract from the legend that was perhaps the calendars most beloved race, the riders put everyone’s mind at ease with an incredibly exciting edition.

2016 Paris-Roubaix

Paris-Roubaix always delivers but perhaps never more so than in 2016 in Tom Boonen’s final race. The edition like many before it featured constantly changing race situations with favourites rubbing shoulders with underdogs right to the line.

 

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