'I wanted to understand from him: how do you come up with tactics? What is the essence of your sport for you?' says Zeeman.
Danish rider continues to hint at Tour de France return and showdown against the best grand tour riders in the world.
American rider returns to training following latest surgery: 'I can sit here, complain and be a baby about it, but that’s not going to change anything,' she tells VeloNews.
'I am very concerned about the situation. I have a feeling that there was only plan A, and no plan B' says head of rider's union.
'I think that for Remco, it’s not logical to move teams because he has the two biggest Belgium sponsors in history behind him,' says for classics specialist.
An exclusive interview with the Ineos rider as he talks confidence, Ineos' Tour de France drive, and spreading the love between road, 'cross and MTB.
Reports of worried riders looking for alternative teams as Jérôme Pineau’s project remains in jeopardy
French team boss set to appear in front of the DNCG on Monday to explain his plans.
'For the first time in my life I can fill in everything myself,' says former Giro d'Italia winner.
Australian spies a weakness in Remco Evenepoel's armor.
'There is an opportunity for a gravel team but that’s just in the talking phase,' Danny Van Haute tells VeloNews.
Criminal investigation centers on motorsport sponsorship and fraud.
He has good qualities for the time trial, and he can climb, so in the future he’s one of the riders that we think can be very successful,” Gianetti tells VeloNews.
Tadej Pogačar versus Nibali and Vingegaard? Rivalry could move to soccer pitch with FIFA rider competition
Vincenzo Nibali, Domenico Pozzovivo, Biniam Girmay sign up to off-season FIFA-based rider tournament set to be streamed on Twitch.
It’s entirely subjective, and only the road in 2023 will decide which worked out, but VeloNews has taken on the tricky task of ranking the men’s WorldTour teams by their transfer activity.
Young American finishes almost a minute clear of his closest rivals to take the biggest win of his season.
Movistar is full for next season, and Sciandri says the story is 'not true'.
The management is still searching for a title sponsor ahead of 2023.
USA Cycling breached procedures on track worlds selection with use of inaccurate data from ‘conflicted individual’
USAC sets out improvements with a new five-point plan put in place ahead of Paris 2024 Olympic selection.
'The race will still be won or lost in the final week with some filthy climbs across stages 14, 15 and 17,' says Ineos Grenadiers director.
The Belgian looks destined to race the Giro d'Italia in 2023 but until he confirms his plans there's always a chance of an Evenepoel, Pogačar, Vingegaard battle.
Australian team considers sending all three leaders to the Tour de France next season.
'Of course, it wouldn’t be a surprise if Vingegaard goes to the Tour but it’s not decided yet,' says Zeeman.
'For sprinters, if they can survive the mountains then they have ample opportunities for bunch sprints,' Cavendish says.
Hot off the back of the Tour de France 2023 route reveal, we pick through who's in the mix for the yellow jersey.
'Looking at the routes for the Giro and the Tour, the Tour definitely favors Richard’s abilities more,' says American team boss.
There is still time for Pineau to have a team in place for 2023.
Trek-Segafredo's general manager sits down with VeloNews to talk Keegan Swenson, grand tour plans, developing young talent, and the 2022 season.
'There were definitely some offers and interest but there wasn’t anything enough to lure me into it,' American off-road star tells VeloNews.
Report: ‘Hardly any sign of life’ from Pineau’s B&B team with presentation cancelled and ‘nothing signed yet’
Doubts continue as L'Équipe speculates on budget and sources that claim no sponsor contracts have been signed yet.
French squad was due to announce plans at a press conference on Wednesday.
'There were some near-misses that hurt in the moment, but I learned that this is normal because there’s only one winner,' Olympic road champion tells VeloNews.
'Obviously my big issue is that every time there’s a descent I’m dropping the wheel and I have to sprint for 5km just to get back to the group,' Irish rider says after fifth in Big Sugar Gravel.
Here are the results from every race in the 2022 series.
'I’m sure that I’m not a mountain biker, and at 41 I've tried to become one, but guys like Swenson and Finsterwald are used to riding mountain bikes since they were kids,' says veteran Dutch rider.
Here's a look at what happens when Kwiatkowski, Ganna, Geoghegan Hart and more meet OGC Nice.
All the latest transfers in the men's peloton.
Veteran rider signs contract extension, as first reported by VeloNews.
All the major changes in the men's WorldTour with director changes at several major teams.
Dane backs Mark Cavendish to break Eddy Merckx's Tour de France stage record in 2023 — Bobby & Jens podcast
Team DSM adds a mix of youth and experience into the roster for 2023.
'I bet my house that Evenepoel will be on the startline next year. I wouldn’t be surprised if we saw Roglič there too,' Matt White tells VeloNews.
Danish rider had a contract with Quick-Step for 2023.
French team miss the initial deadline set by the UCI but have time to complete the application.
"It's only good to have that internal competition, that way you can push each other to greater heights," says Dutch rider.
Rider signs three-year deal, as first reported by VeloNews.
Intermarché: No deal yet for Pozzovivo but team aims to be competitive despite ‘grand tour vulnerability’
'I hope Girmay can be up there in the classics with Van Aert and Van der Poel,' says Visbeek.
'The riders learned so much in 2022, so I think that’s going to translate into better things next year, when we can put our lessons into practice,' Creed tells VeloNews.
Hot off the back of the Giro 2023 route reveal, we pick through who's in the mix for the maglia rosa.
Report: Tour de France record back on as Mark Cavendish agrees one-year contract with Jérôme Pineau’s French team
British rider would be backed with a strong leadout train as he looks to break the record for Tour de France stage wins.
David Walsh: Lance Armstrong’s punishment was ‘draconian and probably excessive, but that was on him’
'The bloody-mindedness that underpinned his seven Tour victories was the same bloody-mindedness that led to the loss of all those Tours and the lifetime ban,' writes Irish journalist.
Cavendish's future after Quick-Step exit remains unknown with B&B boss Jérôme Pineau’s new project at center of contract speculation.
The Italian, who only last week broke the UCI Hour Record, set a time of 3:59:636.
World Anti-Doping Agency to launch a new module to detect human growth hormone.
'To be honest when Cavendish was on the market with us we were still very much busy with Kristoff,' says Visbeek.
American avoids a mid-race crash to take America's first medal at this year's championships.
British climber will move on from Team DSM after three years, with Jack Bauer also linked to the team.
The Belgian has been rumored as a potential replacement for John Lelangue at Lotto-Soudal. He is a good fit for the team, but it's a big risk for him.
French rider signs two-year deal as she targets gold at Paris Olympics in 2024.
British former rider in talks to fill the void after Servais Knaven, Gabriel Rasch, and Brett Lancaster leave the team.
'I can come back': Dropped by his current team in September, the American rider is fighting tooth and nail to find a new squad for 2023.
'I’m going to upset all of Belgium but I struggle to see anyone right now that can break it. The old track craft has something to do with it,' Dowsett tells VeloNews.
'After racing we hang out and I really enjoy the camaraderie. We want to kick the shit out of each other in racing but then have a few beers in the evening,' says former WorldTour pro.
'Van der Poel is a very strong rider but, in my view, you should never underestimate anyone, especially in a world championship,' Sagan tells VeloNews.
From Sagan to Van der Poel, to some surprise picks including Alexandre Vinokourov and Davide Rebellin.
'From the first race until the last, it’s about having a balanced line-up for the team,' says Joxean Fernández.
'McNulty for me is a super, super rider and I believe a lot in him,' UAE's Fernández tells VeloNews.
'Panic' as rider agents try and usher their stars to the exits.
'I have no reasons to leave, and I’m really happy where I am now. We have to keep working like this,' says the Belgian rider.
'To me the UCI lost all credibility. They showed that they don’t give a damn,' Jumbo-Visma rider tells VeloNews.
Secret meets, unpaid bonuses, Tour de France frustration: Further details emerge of Evenepoel-Ineos relationship
Source says Ineos Grenadiers met with Remco Evenepoel's father as contract saga continues.
'He’s close to Movistar. We’re still in discussion but we’re looking at three or four more years,' says rider's agent.
Rising Colombian star weighs his contract options with an eye on a strong start to 2023.
Our VeloNews editors face off over the Evenepoel quandary: Will he stay or will he go?
Jens Voigt: I would have slammed Wiggins’ and Froome’s heads together when it came to Tour de France selection
Rod Ellingworth is the special guest on this week's episode of the 'Bobby & Jens' podcast.
Former Lotto-Soudal boss takes aim at the man who replaced him.
Axel Merckx linked with the role but he denies talking to the team yet.