26-minute video from the 2014 Trofeo Binda

While we wait for the Ronde van Vlaanderen World Cup tomorrow, here's 26 minutes from last week's Trofeo Alfredo Binda - Emma Johansson's first World Cup win since 2009.

It's commentated in English, by Rochelle Gilmore and Ant McCrossan, and it includes a lot of rider interviews before and after the race.  If you want more, my race report with the other videos we've found.

I interviewed Emma before the race, about Binda, wanting to win races over series or rankings, and Flanders - read it or listen to it. Read it or listen to it.  And I've also interviewed ITT World Champion Ellen van Dijk on chasing back to the final group in Binda, comparing her Worlds wins, and Flanders - read or listen.  And if you want to follow Flanders live-ish, here's my guide.

(If you're in the USA, you might not be able to watch this video because it's geo-restricted.  I'm still confused why the UCI would do this, but it seems short-sighted to (presumably) sell the rights to highlights - no one is going to buy a cable subscription for access to highlights packages - rather than focus on building the audience...)

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