With its powerful roster and unrivaled equipment and technology, Bahrain-McLaren ready to target the top in 2020.
Deceuninck-Quick-Step boss Patrick Lefevere feels Alaphilippe should target other races before Flanders or the Tour - but isn't going to hold him back either.
After abandoning 2019 Tour with injury, Pinot and team management are ready to put past behind them and focus on future.
Froome spoke on teammates' podcast about how far he needs to progress to hit Tour-winning form again.
Key features of Milano-Sanremo, Paris-Roubaix, and Tour of Flanders all at risk due to landslides or red tape.
Four months after a career-threatening injury, van Aert and four teammates test equipment on the cobbles.
Three-time Tour champion to be awarded medal in recognition of service to state as a cyclist and 'community leader'.
Court hearing around potential doping during Team Sky era leads Ineos boss to warn that sponsorship would be pulled if clean cycling rules were broken.
LeMond, who won the Tour de France aged 25, feels that Bernal should 'give no gifts' to Froome on account of his age should a Tour de France leadership battle arise.
Four-time Tour de France winner using cupping therapy and cryotherapy as he works toward returning to full strength after career-threatening crash in June.
For Bettiol, the real prize of his monument win is the confidence that he can compete with the best.
LeMond optimistic about the future of U.S. cycling thanks to the growing grassroots scene and a crop of young talent in the WorldTour.
Giro, Olympics, and Worlds to form the center of Nibali's schedule as he takes on leadership duties at new team.
After a 2019 season that only came together at the world championships in September, Pedersen committed to hitting spring classics in champion form.
New signing Tom Dumoulin may provide Jumbo-Visma the 'extra card' they need to battle Ineos in next year's grand tours.
Trentin relishing opportunity to team up with Greg van Avermaet in hunt for classics victories and grand tour stage wins
Degenkolb feels he still has more to give and relishes the opportunity to race with Philippe Gilbert in 'a real Belgian team.'
Riders relishing the opportunity to end the season on a high and explore new cultures as Chinese race finds its feet.
Stetina, Reijnen, and van Garderen reflect on Phinney's rollercoaster career and unique temperament.
German sprinter sees few pure sprint opportunities in 2020 Tour's unconventional parcours.
Americans Phinney and Bookwalter among those to end the season without a deal in place for 2020, along with 2019 stars Dennis and Bennett.
Ecuadorian eager to return to the Italian grand tour with new team, possibly to start alongside Geraint Thomas
Dutchman doesn't rule out the feasibility of a Tour-Olympics summer double-header if Tour de France route looks favorable.
Ellingworth, Cavendish, and new sponsor McLaren join Poels and Landa at a new-look team with the Tour in its sights.
Cycling's new world champions will race in the rainbow bands before the season closes, but women's winner has delayed her return
U.S. Justice Department hired legal help in Spain to help collect fraud case monies from Bruyneel, who now lives in Madrid.
Ex-pro Wiggins says the Dane's rainbow jersey is the most unexpected in decades as Pedersen plans to debut stripes
Italy missed a chance to win its first rainbow jersey in more than a decade when Trentin's legs failed him in the final sprint
Pro cycling's generational shift will be on display during Sunday's elite men's road race, as new stars look to win
Tom Dumoulin says he seeks co-leadership at Jumbo-Visma, where, as he says, "We are going to divide it and then see who is best."
Last year, the young Belgian swept the Worlds junior time trial and road race titles before making the rare leap straight to the professional WorldTour
Peter Sagan races a crop of youngsters—namely Mathieu van der Poel and Remco Evenepoel—in his quest to win a record fourth world title.
The hilly Yorkshire world championship course favors riders who can climb and sprint. Atop the list of favorites are Mathieu van der Poel, Peter Sagan, and Julian Alaphilippe, among others.
The veteran Movistar captain shares his struggles that haunted him after a controversial racing ban just days ahead of defending his world title
Philippe Gilbert's two stage victories at the Vuelta is proof that he's on fine form ahead of the UCI road world championship in Yorkshire.
After riding his first grand tour in the 2018 Vuelta, Kuss has learned with every race he'd ridden. Now he can add a long-range climbing victory to his locker.
Having only entered the WorldTour at the start of the season, the young Slovenian finds himself sole leader of his team and third on GC at his first grand tour.
American Will Barta says he's not quite back to 100 percent after hip surgery, however he is relishing his grand tour debut at the Vuelta a España.
After suffering through 2018 with illness, Stetina has spent the 2019 season mixing up WorldTour duties with gravel and mountain bike racing, and a strong performance on stage 8 of the Vuelta shows he's back to his best.
The young American rider is having another strong Vuelta performance, riding in support of GC contender Primoz Roglic.
The Vuelta a España could present the best chance for Rigoberto Urán to finally win a grand tour, his team director said.
Jumbo-Visma look to take up the racing after bad luck struck on stage 1, with mechanicals, injuries, and a 40-second time loss being picked up in only 13.4km.
While Belgian continues to heal from his ugly Tour crash, unstoppable Dutchman steamrolls through multiple disciplines
Dutch superstar breaks his contract with Sunweb to move to rival Jumbo-Visma that has implications across the peloton
He was only the second rider after Jacques Anquetil to win all three grand tour titles
Veteran Italian star recounts his near-fatal collision and promises to mount a comeback to competition despite heavy cost
The Colombia superstar suggests his impending team change will bring him more support than he received at Movistar
Reports of Bjarne Riis's return make waves as teams and the UCI huddle to create WorldTour road map for 2020
The accolades continue to pour in for 19-year-old Evenepoel, who became the youngest rider in the modern era to win a major one-day classic Saturday.
Bernal puts a cap on a stellar season after winning Paris-Nice and Tour de Suisse, and at only 22 years old, has a long career ahead of him.
The 22-year-old Colombian is poised to be the first from his nation to win the yellow jersey.
Thomas loses a key domestique leading into three decisive stages in the Alps.
Geraint Thomas expects teams to increase the pace in the Alps to try and shed overall leader Julian Alaphilippe.
German rider Emanuel Buchmann is quietly positioning himself for a run at the Tour's final podium in Paris
The Welshman said he crashed when his gears jammed and he was thrown from his bike.
The Frenchman concedes his lead hangs by a thread, but he'll fight with everything he has to hold yellow to Paris.
The defending Tour champion says he'll call on teammate Egan Bernal if he needs his help in three critical mountain stages across the Alps.
Reigning champion Thomas looked to have regained confidence and form on Stage 15 only to find his momentum curtailed by Monday's rest day.
Defending champion Geraint Thomas remains positive after showing weakness in the final kilometers of the Tourmalet, where he lost 36 seconds on the yellow jersey.
Though the defending champion lost more time to GC rival Julian Alaphilippe on the Tourmalet, he is not ruling out his chances of taking a second Tour title.
Geraint Thomas and other GC riders now believe Julian Alaphilippe is a serious threat to win the Tour de France overall
Representatives from McLaren, partners in the Bahrain-Merida team, say there are no easy answers in a complicated situation concerning Rohan Dennis's abandonment from the Tour.
With the disqualification of Juan Jose Cobo, Froome now becomes the official winner of the 2011 Vuelta a España.