Bahrain-Victorious rider holds off a late charge from Valverde to win on Mur de Huy.
French rider dismayed by incident: 'I’m totally demoralized ... I don’t understand how we can do that.'
Here are 11 riders the Belgian team boss could sign to strengthen his cobbles squad.
Van Baarle delivers with anticipation and execution, Ineos and Intermarché shine, as Lampaert suffers, and Van der Poel runs out of steam.
Lefevere on Lampaert’s Paris-Roubaix crash: ‘In my time I would have turned back, taken my bike, and hit him on the head’
‘He might need a lawyer but that will be it. I hope he doesn’t sleep this evening,’ says team boss.
'When they went in the crosswinds, and split it, they took the opportunity. We’ve never seen anything like that in Paris-Roubaix,' said former Tour de France winner.
'If you don't know anything about the race, stay home. For me that is dramatic, because there was still a podium place in it,' says Belgian rider.
American rider carrying momentum into debut in the 'Hell of the North' with Ineos Grenadiers.
'The bigger teams, they can sign, retain and poach the best talent from smaller teams. It’s a rough game. You’ve got to be really scrappy,' says American team boss.
Italian wins via long-range attack as Kopecky and Brand complete podium.
'When I tested positive this morning, the world came crashing down for a moment,' says Dutch rider.
'Contract negotiation is about business. You cannot explain a season without results with two punctures and a badly timed crash,' says team boss.
From van Baarle to van der Poel, we highlight the key riders to watch in Sunday's final spring classic of the season.
Australian underwent double surgery this week and will miss Sunday's Paris-Roubaix.
According to the UCI president, Paris-Roubaix owner ASO is also open to the idea of moving the cobbled classic out of its long-standing spot in April.
‘I could tell six weeks ago that Quick-Step wouldn't win a classic,’ says four-time Paris-Roubaix winner.
New design will be worn by both the men's and women's teams this summer.
Belgian star to make racing return after missing Tour of Flanders and Amstel Gold Race.
American rider crashes on the first lap but holds firm to pick up potentially priceless points in the Life Time Grand Prix.
Russell Finsterwald and Alex Wild complete the podium in the first race of the new Life Time Grand Prix.
L39ION of Los Angeles announces race calendar, talks about resistance to their plans, and continues its own path.
Do no positive tests mean no credibility? Exclusive interview with the UCI president on what it means if the ITA isn’t catching WorldTour cheats.
Team cuts rider after just eight days of racing due to ‘multiple contract breaches.’
Pogačar’s tactics unravel with ‘junior error’ in sprint finish.
'It’s another learning experience, maybe dropping back out of uni and back to primary school when it comes back to a sprint for the finish,' says former sprinter.
Chris Froome to ride ‘The Migration’ MTB event, says ‘this is first time since Dauphiné crash everything is 100 percent’
'At the moment the Tour de France is a blank piece of paper. So much will depend on what happens in the next couple of months,' says four-time winner.
VeloNews picks out 10 riders to keep an eye out for in the second monument of the men's spring classics campaign.
Streaming platform insists that transparency and full access are vitally important to the project.
‘One rider was arrested and beaten. Others were visited by the Taliban. We need to raise the funds to safeguard them and try and get them out,’ said evacuation coordinator.
British rider extends his deal with Dave Brailsord's team after interest from rival squads.
‘I think Stefan Küng just hesitated a bit. He was the guy who should have gone, I guess. That was it,’ says Ineos leader.
'There’s every chance that Pogačar could win the Tour of Flanders. He’s an exceptional rider,' says former Tour de France winner.
Mathieu van der Poel: ‘I don’t know why Pogačar is racing Flanders but we have to pay him attention’
'I look forward to trying and racing for the victory again,' says pre-race favorite.
The 2012 Tour de France winner says the only rider capable of taking on Pogačar is fellow Slovenian Primož Roglič.
From the significance of Girmay's glory to Quick-Step's hard questions and Sagan's form, we take a look at the major talking points from the men's race.
Jumbo-Visma forced to settle for second in Gent-Wevelgem after vigilance from rivals.
‘This win is significant because there are so many riders watching who will see a rider like them at the top of the sport, and from today they’ll believe that they can do it. It’s so significant’ says Xylon van Eyck.
Who are you going to be watching out for at the men's Gent-Wevelgem? VeloNews selects six stars expected to shine in Sunday's classic.
Kjell Carlström: Chris Froome still has the engine but we can’t plan on having a Tour de France leader
General manager talks about the four-time Tour winner and Israel-Premier Tech's fight to stay in the WorldTour.
Nacer Bouhanni takes third in Belgium, Mark Cavendish boxed in during crash-marred finale.
Olympic bronze medalist not slowing down as she chases glory on the road and track along with completing a double-major at university.
'I think I’m going to take it day by day and just see how things are going,' says four-time Tour de France champion.
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'Ultimately he’s creating his own path and as a team, we’re lucky to have him,' Vaughters told VeloNews.
'I have indicated to the team that I will not dismount again after 10 days,' Dutch rider says of his Tour de France hopes.
Trek-Segafredo boss talks about developing riders, looking for a grand tour rider, Netflix, and Ciccone's all-important year.
'We are not going to make a race schedule until this problem is solved,' says his coach.
British team finishes outside the top-10 as crashes and illness sees the team fade in San Remo.
Dutch rider tips his hat to Mohorič but calls out a lack of cooperation in the chase group.
‘Two days ago I came home from training and I had a few missed calls,’ Mathieu van der Poel on his Milan-San Remo free role
'I feel pretty good in training but training isn’t racing so for me I'll see how I feel in the end,' Dutch rider says ahead of season debut.
Egan Bernal is so hungry to return but we don’t know if he’ll get back to that top level again, says Ellingworth
Team boss discusses grand tour rosters in wake of Bernal crash, confirms Geraint Thomas not guaranteed start at Tour de France.
'The UCI promptly requested information from the team and shall require updated information,' the governing body tells VeloNews.
Home favorite Alberto Bettiol lines up alongside Michael Valgren as American team loses riders with sickness.
'It’s going to be interesting with Pogačar because for me everything points to van Aert,' 2008 winner tells VeloNews.
Despite a lingering cold the British sprinter took his third win of the season before heading to Minerva Classic Brugge-De Panne.
British rider takes the win on the line in Italy with Bouhanni in second and Kristoff taking third.
Irish two-time winner tips a long range attack from the Slovenian but is cautious about a final that could see rivals attack after the Poggio.
A contract extension could be announced in the next couple of weeks despite interest from Bora-Hansgrohe.
The American veteran isn’t thinking about retirement yet as he savors a program that combines the WorldTour and gravel.
The British rider missed Strade Bianche with a stomach virus but he's been training well ahead of Saturday's monument.
The team leaves the door open for 2023 but cites logistics and less need for exposure when compared to other Tour de France teams.
BikeExchange-Jayco ends WorldTour lengthy win drought in Paris-Nice.
Simon Yates on Primož Roglič: ‘He’s not even breathing, everyone else is panting like they’re on their deathbeds’
British rider admits that he's fighting for second in Paris-Nice after Jumbo-Visma's leader wins stage 7.
Jumbo-Visma's race leader Roglič remains on course for overall honors but all change as Jorgenson and McNulty have differing days out.
Internal communication states ‘recent change of government’ for delay in salaries with riders still not paid in 2022.
Brandon McNulty soars to stage win as the overall standings change on the road to Saint-Sauveur-de-Montagut.
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Vinokourov distances himself from Astana judicial investigation but documents show his clear involvement
'To be honest, I learned about this whole story from the press, and until that moment I was not familiar with the details' Astana boss tells VeloNews.
Another day of tough racing as the yellow jersey hits the deck and McNulty loses time.
The team decline to comment as to whether Vinokourov is involved in the case as fresh delays on rider's wages surface.
Stage 2 saw a number of GC contenders drop out of contention as McNulty, Powless and Jorgenson all lose time.
'Whether teams get one Euro or a million Euros, it doesn't matter. It’s about the value that this brings for the longer-term,' says Plugge.
Documents seen by VeloNews show that the 8-episode “docu-series” aims to lift riders to ‘superstar status’ and open up the sport to millions of new fans in May 2023.
The Slovenian Tour de France champion adds victory at the burgeoning Italian event to his classics wins at Liège-Bastogne-Liège and Il Lombardia.
Huge crash decimates Strade Bianche peloton and takes down Julian Alaphilippe with several riders out
Benoot and Campenaerts among those forced to quit the race with just under 100km to go.
Lefevere confirms details on Netflix Tour de France project with preliminary filming set to start soon
'People are already coming to our service course next week to make the first recordings,' says Belgian team boss after verbal agreement is reached.
'We still have to fix something in Paris-Nice,” says sports director Grischa Niermann.