35-year-old Australian talks racing with van der Poel, why riders need brains as well as brawn, and his mentoring role in Bahrain-McLaren.
Jumbo-Visma is rising to the forefront of the peloton across sprints, classics and grand tours as its riders embrace collective rather than individual ambition.
Toms Skujins takes confidence from a strong season for both himself and his Trek-Segafredo team, anticipates an 'exciting' 2020 season.
Dean has played a key role in evolving Mitchelton-Scott from stage-hunters to GC contenders. VeloNews spoke to Dean about the way racing and directing the action has changed since his own days in the peloton.
Deceuninck-Quick-Step's fluid model of leadership being used by rival teams in shifting of tactical script.
WorldTour teams juggle their bike providers in 2020 as trend away from manufacturers acting as co-title sponsor continues.
The Vuelta route will be unveiled in December, but early indications are that it will stick to the trusted formula of explosive stages and punishing climbs.
Cycling's generational shift was on full display in 2019, with Remco Evenepoel, Egan Bernal, and others winning big. Andrew Hood examines the how Generation Z has changed the sport.
Placed just six days after the Tour and less than three weeks before the Vuelta, the Tokyo road race is playing a huge part in shaping GC riders' schedules for 2020.
New Zealand star saw first-hand how much impact the Tour of California carried for riders, teams and sponsors alike.
UAE-Team Emirates plan to give the 21-year-old opportunity and exposure while not piling on the pressure too early.
The boom in gravel racing makes it a strong alternative to a career in the WorldTour thanks to increased sponsor interest and rapid expansion in events.
WorldTour pro Peter Stetina will walk away from WorldTour road racing to launch a career in gravel racing and ultra-endurance mountain biking. "This is not a retirement," Stetina says.
Van der Poel continues to manage multi-discipline approach in a way never seen before. But with ambitions growing by the year, can he keep it up?
Perhaps no rider benefitted from the Amgen Tour of California more than Toms Skujins, whose stage win in 2015 helped launch his WorldTour career.
Group representing most of the top teams comes out swinging with a strong rebuke of what it says is the cycling governing body's lack of transparency, conflict of interest
Stars of the peloton combined a trip to Japan for Saitama Critérium with a recon of the Tokyo 2020 route this weekend, and the climbers liked what they see.
Unveiling a course for traditionalists, the Giro reveals new confidence in its vision that balances history with innovation
It's been a decade since the WorldTour started — what's changed? Not a lot, at least at first glance
Epic four-climb stage in the Alps rumored along with possible return to Monte Zoncolan and first-ever finish on unpaved gravel road.
While the long list of riders retiring in 2019 doesn't include major stars, some of the peloton's hardest workers and most loyal teammates are hanging up their race shoes.
Organizers, teams say they are ‘starving’ under proposed 2020 changes to calendar
The high point of next year's race at 2300m could prove decisive in the highly unconventional route
A 2020 Tour de France short on time trials and packed with surprises leaves French GC hopefuls motivated to raise their nation's hopes.
Our grand-parents would not recognize the unconventional and surprising Tour route revealed Tuesday in Paris
Spaniard laments missed chance at Italian monument but is already setting his sights on the gold medal in 2020.
The Dutch sprinter took another win Saturday to give him more victories than anyone else in the WorldTour — for now
Who has had a better season: Egan Bernal or Primoz Roglic? Il Lombardia could feature a showdown between the two stars of 2019.
New events on both the men's and women's side in recently-released schedule as UCI begins wave of reforms.
Spain's Basque Country could host the 2023 Tour de France while Euskadi targets a jump to the Pro-Conti level next season.
Details are still emerging and the UCI still needs to approve it, but Israel Cycling Academy confirmed that its merger with the Russian team Katusha-Alpecin is nearing completion.
The Dutch superstar is bypassing an important mountain bike race ahead of next summer's Olympic to avoid a long trip
Yorkshire delivered on its promise of a demanding race, but Sunday's test pushed the world's best to their collective limit.
The Dutch superstar said he did not know why he started pedaling squares as the rainbow jersey escaped his grasp.
The Dutch were heavily favored to win Saturday, but no one expected a solo attack of more than 100km to succeed
Rohan Dennis says he trained his mind—not just his legs—to perform during Wednesday's TT world championships, by focusing on the good things in life and ignoring the controversy from the Tour de France.
The Belgian phenom put an exclamation point on his spectacular debut season with a silver medal against the clock
Bernal adroitly steered clear of a worlds course that doesn't suit him and now he's taking aim at Lombardia to close out his spectacular season
Some are giving the UCI's novel mixed relay race the benefit of a doubt, but Belgian manager Patrick Lefevere isn't one of them
Kiel Reijnen says younger riders are getting more freedom from team directors to race for the win—and that's a good thing.
Wout Poels's departure to Bahrain-Merida for 2020 reveal a deeper reshuffling at cycling’s richest team.
The French star is rising to the challenge of swapping the yellow jersey for the world title in a bid for late-season form.
The Vuelta saw the strands of the past, present and future weave together in stunning fashion
The Slovenian makes history following a near-flawless Vuelta victory that confirmed he is a grand tour powerhouse.
Spanish media reported a merger is days away, and VeloNews' sources said the asking price for a WorldTour license remains a hurdle for the deal.
Cooler heads prevailed ahead of the Vuelta's penultimate stage following a wild ride that saw Movistar at the center of controversy.
The UCI took the extraordinary step to allow chasing riders to pace back to the front group, adding a twist to the 'race-or-wait' debate
Riders criticize Movistar's tactic in the aftermath of a crash that sent Roglic, López and others to the ground
Latest climbing stage at the Vuelta is reminiscent of the decisive stage in 2015 when Tom Dumoulin crumbled. Could Primoz Roglic suffer a similar fate?
Wednesday's stage of the Vuelta a Espana was supposed to be easy. Then, gusting crosswinds and aggressive tactics transformed it into the hardest day of the 2019 race.
Backed by the deep and motivated Jumbo-Visma team, it’s going to take a major mistake or mishap for this Vuelta to slip away
Kuss is the latest American to win a stage at the Vuelta, and his rise to the top of the WorldTour started in the dusty trails of Colorado.
Having only started racing on the road in 2015, the young Norweigan rode to 18th overall in August's Tour of Poland, and now finds himself eigth overall in his first grand tour.
Movistar duo Nairo Quintana and Alejandro Valverde vowed to keep fighting after they were dropped on the Los Machucos climb. Time is running out at this Vuelta for Movistar to dethrone leader Primoz Roglic.
Gilbert's Vuelta stage victory is a sign that the Belgian star is peaking just before the world road championships.
Ineos has long desired to achieve the Giro-Tour-Vuelta season sweep. The arrival of Richard Carapaz sets up the team for season-long grand tour domination in 2020
Movistar rallied around Quintana's GC run a day after Marc Soler showed frustration with team tactics.
The Slovenian time-trial ace is better than his rivals in the race against the clock. The question is whether he can match them in the mountains.
The toll of Thursday's crash continued to be felt as injuries prove too much for Tejay van Garderen, who abandoned the Vuelta with a fractured finger and other injuries.
The Spanish team has long struggled to balance the needs and ambitions of all of its GC captains
The Dutch team is overflowing with talent, and the arrival of Holland's biggest cycling star next season will present a challenge for team brass to keep all of its stars happy and racing
Riders vow to keep fighting in this Vuelta after the American team suffered multiple crashes and lost two of its strongest riders.