Mark Cavendish was one of the many riders left desperately seeking a team for 2023 after the collapse of B&B Hotels.
Pridham talks Grand Tour debut, Thomas De Gendt, and seeing every day as an opportunity in her first year at the iconic Belgian team.
Ireland hosted a thriller event as Fem van Empel and Wout van Aert came out on top, providing top-notch entertainment along the way.
An updated list of the options still available to the male riders desperately searching for a team for next season.
The Frenchman is one of 20 riders under contract with B&B Hotels, and with just three weeks before 2023, time is running out.
Jérôme Pineau has reportedly told B&B Hotels riders it's time to look for a new team as he fails to pin down sufficient sponsorship.
Pidcock, who is still close to his Tour weight of 58kg, believes he’s at a significant disadvantage compared to his much heftier CX rivals.
A firsthand account of one night in Berlin’s ‘UFO’ velodrome for round two of the UCI Track Champions League.
Van Vleuten celebrated 'the biggest turnout ever' as she auctioned off old kit at her local bike shop in the Netherlands.
Van Vleuten celebrated “the biggest turnout ever” as she auctioned off old kit at her local bike shop in the Netherlands.
Mark Cavendish and Audrey Cordon-Ragot remain loyal as B&B Hotels boss assures the team will go forward in 2023.
The current world record is 78 days, 14 hours and 40 minutes, set by Scottish long-distance cyclist Mark Beaumont in 2017.
Racing bikes in a velodrome under party conditions. What's not to like?
A playful Twitter exchange resulted in a self-styled ‘Pierrerollandien’ sharing a meal with his hero this week.
A flock of Tour de France celebs descends on Saitama, Japan for a traditional weekend of culture and light-hearted competition.
The route announcements, and distinct lack of TT kilometres in France, solidified the 2018 Tour champion's objectives for 2023.
Reports have emerged of riders looking for alternatives as their prospective team boss scrambles for a new major sponsor.
Brian Robinson died last week aged 91, leaving behind a legacy that built the foundation for decades of British cycling success.
2021 Paris-Roubaix champion Sonny Colbrelli has confirmed his retirement after suffering cardiac arrhythmia this spring.
It’s almost a case of history repeating itself for Padun, who fled southeast Ukraine when he was 17 and was taken in by a cycling academy.
Apparently the decision between Giro and Tour has already been made, but Camp Evenepoel is remaining tight-lipped for now.
Is there a lost generation between the era of ‘experienced’ Grand Tour winners and today’s fledgling superstars?
There are not many boxes left for Marianne Vos to tick, and as of this weekend's national gravel champs, there’s one box less to fill.
Vincenzo Nibali, Alejandro Valverde and Philippe Gilbert are three of the pros who have raced their last race.
Not only did he break the UCI World Hour Record, but he unified the Hour by exceeding Chris Boardman's 1996 'superman' benchmark.
Because of course he did.
Lefevere calls Ineos interest in Evenepoel ‘a storm in a teacup, or a fart in a bottle, if you will’
The Quick-Step boss is prepared to “hang around Remco with a fly swatter to keep all the dung flies and vultures away from him.”
Quintana continues to refute Tramadol charges that saw him stripped of his Tour de France results this summer.
With his trade team BikeExchange-Jayco fighting relegation, Bling heads back to Europe with great form, high spirits and a bronze medal.
Cordon-Ragot was set to represent France in Australia, but did not make the trip after an MRI confirmed the fears of team medical staff.
The combination of Thymen Arensman's determination and the misfortune of Carlos Rodríguez created the only shifts on stage 20.
It wasn't the GC shuffle that many expected, but seconds were traded among the top 10, with Thymen Arensman the winner of the day.
Movistar is in the thick of a relegation battle, and Valverde is one of a number of Spanish riders not allowed to travel to Wollongong.
Evenepoel still leads by 1:49, but his 'jour sans' opens up the Vuelta going into the challenging final week. The race is very much on.
It took Roglič himself to book an MRI scan following his Tour de France DNF, which showed two vertebral fractures on top of shoulder injury.
Who are the GC winners and losers after nine days of the Vuelta a España?
Meintjes is the second South African ever to win a Vuelta stage: "It’s something really special, I think it will really take some time to set in."
Pieter Serry is the latest to test positive as COVID-19 continues to cut swathes through the peloton, and Sepp Kuss abandons with fever.
After winning stage 6 in thick mist, all Jay Vine was missing was photographic evidence, so he went out to get it on stage 8.
Are motorbikes having too much influence on bike races? Luke Durbridge thinks so.
It was a perfect day for Bennett and Bora-Hansgrohe who executed their plan perfectly, delivering the green jersey to back-to-back wins.
Marco Haller out-sprinted Wout van Aert to take a phenomenal BEMER Cyclassic victory after a massive crash robbed the pure sprinters.
The Israel-Premier Tech leader is the second rider to abandon the Vuelta a España after Steff Cras crashed out on stage 2.
Who was the Alpecin-Deceuninck rider setting the pace for most of stage 2? Late call-up Floris De Tier.
The Irishman's redemption tour begins with a hotly contested bunch sprint victory on the first road stage of the Vuelta a España.
Three seconds of 'puppy paws' proves extremely costly for Marianne Vos, and Audrey Cordon-Ragot inherits the win.
Three seconds of 'puppy paws' proved extremely costly for Marianne Vos, and Audrey Cordon-Ragot inherits the win.
Young newcomers Jefferson Alexander Cepeda and Andrea Piccolo pull on pink without delay.
After crashing hard on stage 6, team medical staff gave Wiebes the all-clear to start today, but she climbed off in the first hour of stage 7.
Losing might be the best thing that could have happened to the two-time Tour de France champion. And the worst thing for his rivals.
This year's Tour de France had the story arc of a Disney sports movie.
Jasper Philipsen became the only sprinter to win more than one stage at the 2022 Tour de France with victory on the Champs-Élysées.
"To have him by my side has been incredible in the last three weeks," says Jonas Vingegaard.
SD Worx reportedly made Wiebes an offer she couldn't refuse.
Our predictions for stage 21, the classic Champs-Élysées finish to round out the 2022 Tour.
“We've definitely got our work cut out but that's the challenge and that's what gets you out of bed in the morning,” says Thomas.
Jonas Vingegaard will win the Tour de France by 3:34 over Tadej Pogačar, as Wout van Aert adds a sixth stage win to the Jumbo-Visma tally.
The last time Wout van Aert told Laporte that the day was for him was at Paris-Nice, and what a day that was. Today was even better.
Christophe Laporte is the third Jumbo-Visma rider to win a stage, and the first French victor of the 2022 Tour de France.
López and his lawyers state that his bags were searched at a routine checkpoint and that nothing suspicious was found.
If it's not on TV, it never happened. Protestors halt the Tour de France again, but TV producers refuse to give them any screen time.
One thing's for sure, the reigning Tour de France champion will fight to his last breath.
The Colombian was met off his flight back to Europe by police who are investigating him for his connection to the so-called 'Maynar case'.
Jonas Vingegaard now leads the Tour de France by 3:26 after extending his advantage over Tadej Pogačar on stage 18.
The king is dead. Long live the king!
Two race motos have been kicked off the Tour de France for causing Jack Bauer and Nils Eekhoff to crash through a pinch point.
The Dutchman crossed the line 15 seconds inside the time limit, keeping his dream of Paris victory alive with one mountain stage to go.
Pogačar took his third stage win of the Tour, but it was impossible to shake Vingegaard who crossed the line on his rival's wheel.
Marc Soler was reportedly advised to climb off during stage 16, but he doggedly pedalled on despite being sick, and finished 15 minutes OTL.
The first day in the Pyrenees looks like it could suit a breakaway?
Philipsen won his first Tour de France stage on the same finish he finished third behind Mark Cavendish in 2021.
Jonas Vingegaard loses two teammates in one day as Steven Kruijswijk crashes out on the road to Carcassonne.
So close and yet so far. Only Michael Matthews came between Alberto Bettiol and a second stage win for EF Education-EasyPost.
The Australian overcame being dropped on the final climb to take arguably the best win of his career on stage 14.
“It’s not my priority, as I’ve always said. Many people asked me to do it, it didn’t come from me,” says the time trial world champion.
Our predictions for stage 14, a day that looks well suited to a breakaway.
Mads Pedersen attacked from the gun on stage 13, making it into the breakaway and taking a third victory for Denmark in four days.