Team sends attack-minded squad to the Tour to hunt stage wins and a possible top-10 on GC.
Team plays down the Europol raids that took place on Monday.
'I’m sure I’ll stop with a little tear in my eye, because I love this sport so much,' says Dutch rider.
Questions remain over the Belgian's knee injury heading into the Tour de France.
The Ineos Grenadiers have announced their Tour squad.
The Belgian domestique is out days before the race starts.
'In Adam, Dani and Geraint we have three fantastic GC heavyweights who can mount a real challenge' says Rod Ellingworth.
Several members of the team have their residences searched by police before departing for the Tour de France.
Team goes all-in for Dutch sprinter, leaves world champion and record-chaser Cavendish at home.
'I can’t account for the person that I was then off the bike because it’s what made me good on the bike,' says 2012 Tour de France winner.
“Imagine getting the 35th Tour de France stage in the British champs jersey, it would be pretty beautiful," Cavendish said.
EF Education-EasyPost give themselves as much time as possible before confirming Tour de France selection.
Three-time world champion returns to racing on Sunday at Slovakian national championships: 'Peter is very good, he’s really good'
Van der Poel's team makes moves in the transfer market as it heads towards the WorldTour.
British GC rider to focus on the Vuelta and skip the Tour de France, no Lawson Craddock after Texan raced the Giro d'Italia.
Bradley Wiggins: Mark Cavendish should be the first rider on the Quick-Step team for the Tour de France
Former teammate and Tour de France winner thinks Cavendish should be on the start line in Copenhagen.
The Baby Giro winner has the best teams in the world chasing his signature for next year.
'I win one medal after another at the World Championships and then there are people who dare to start a discussion about it,' says Dutch rider.
No spot for Søren Kragh Andersen as team send five Tour de France debutants to the race.
Danish rider set to miss the Tour de France in July.
'I’ve come close to winning stages the last two times I’ve done the Tour, but I feel that I’ve always been hampered by injuries from crashes,' says Canadian rider.
The team looks set to target stage wins throughout the Tour de France.
It has been 10 years since Bradley Wiggins became the first British Tour de France winner. What happened next for the members of Sky's 2012 Tour-winning squad.
A move to BikeExchange-Jayco will certainly provide Dunbar more grand tour opportunities.
No spot for Rohan Dennis following recent health issues as Kuss gets the nod.
Jumbo-Visma set to stagger Tour de France lineup reveal due to COVID-19 situation.
Down but never out: How a depleted EF Education team rallied to Neilson Powless at the Tour de Suisse
With just the help of Jonas Rutsch, and the support of the backroom staff, Powless takes his best ever GC result in the WorldTour.
American team set to sign its best GC prospect in years with Carapaz joining from Ineos Grenadiers for 2023.
Bahrain Victorious pull team out of Tour de Suisse as COVID spike continues unabated.
American rider digs deep but just misses out on victory on stage 5.
With some giants in the Swiss Alps looming for Friday's stage, the rollercoaster stage softened up the legs.
The four-time green jersey winner shares his views on who Patrick Lefevere should bring to the Tour de France.
Wave of COVID cases sweeps across the Tour de Suisse, with Jumbo-Visma, three from Team DSM and Joey Rosskopf also leaving.
The team plays down how this could alter its Tour de France roster.
'I want to fully focus on stage victories,' says Dutch rider.
'It’s now time to find joy in other things in life, because nothing is worth not being happy,' says Mathiesen
Stephen Williams retains the race lead despite being dropped on the final climb.
'Let’s see if we can get him,' says team boss Mauro Gianetti.
'I don’t think that the result in Suisse will necessarily be why I make the team or not,' says former Tour winner.
Ineos Grenadiers rider building form during the Tour de Suisse.
'Winning two stages in the Giro, and the way he won them. I think his agent will have a lot of phone calls,' says Merckx.
Analyzing the team's long-list for the Tour de France.
'I wasn’t just sitting up and rolling to the finish. Elisa made the most of it though,' Australian says.
American team heads to prestigious Italian race with high ambitions for its talented roster.
Riders gain vital experience ahead of U.S. nationals later this month.
Brown keeps her race lead but Longo Borghini is tied on the same time with one stage to go.
Adam Yates and Dani Martinez lead with Geraint Thomas and Tom Pidcock in support for mountainous Tour de France tune-up.
We take a look at the 14 riders in the frame for a shot at the Tour de France.
There's a question mark over Michael Matthews's future at BikeExchange-Jayco with talks set to take place after the Tour de France.
Exclusive interview with the UCI president on all matters doping and the fight for clean cycling.
Belgian puts his arms in the air too early as Gaudu takes the stage.
'After that I tried clawing back again, and I was making up ground, and then we got to that crazy mud section and that was insane,' says 2021 winner.
'I made myself angry and I came back. I think it’s the biggest ride of my life. I’m proud that I’m still in the mix,' Dutch rider says after finishing fourth.
Lauren De Crescenzo comes home in second, Emily Newsom in third
Lauren De Crescenzo comes home in second after a valiant performance.
An incredible race through the rain, mud and gravel as Swenson and Boswell complete the podium.
Some testing is better than no testing, but as gravel expands and the incentives increase so do the anti-doping measures.
'I’ve seen some big progressions in my form over the last two months, and I hope to continue to build on it,' says former Tour de France winner.
The news was announced on social media Friday morning by the French squad.
There's a new gang in town and they're ready to leave their mark on the US gravel scene.
From Chris Froome to Primož Roglič and Wout van Aert, the French stage race is the perfect tuneup before the Tour de France.
'I can't wait to be in Emporia for some serious fun with the thousands of other participants,' says three-time world champion.
It's not a WorldTour race and the field wasn't incredible, but Froome is finally showing improvements after three years of pain.
'Unfortunately with the points relegation system we’re not in a good place right now,' says Canadian.
Inbound baby: Ted King racing Unbound Gravel rests on one thing — having a baby in the next 48 hours
'First and foremost I don’t want to miss the birth of my son,' two-time winner tells VeloNews.
Reviewing the top riders from this year's Giro d'Italia and where they go from here.
'I could sense through his body language that he wasn’t on a good day,' says former Tour de France winner.
Ineos Grenadiers leader out of pink as Hindley takes control.
Aussie sprinter not looking to change if team loses elite status, says agent.
Mark Cavendish ‘blew his chance’ of beating Eddy Merckx’s Tour de France record last year, says Holm
Quick-Step sports director thinks that Fabio Jakobsen would beat Mark Cavendish in two out of three sprints.
Australian was dropped in the finale but hangs onto second overall as mechanical took place inside the final 3km.
Giro d’Italia: Mathieu van der Poel targets TT but won’t go over his limits with Tour de France in view
Dutch rider went on the attack in the mountains, and now looks ahead to the final TT of the race.
The 23-year-old Portuguese rider was poised in fourth overall in GC ahead of stage 18.
Vincenzo Nibali and João Almeida lose time in the overall standings as podium starts to take shape.
The three strongest climbers in the race are evenly matched but Hindley is closing in on pink.