WorldTour teams tend to control races. Since this Tour of Utah only has BMC in the peloton, fans are treated to unpredictable action.
Ty Magner wins Tour of Utah's opening stage, his first at the American stage race, out-sprinting Chris Lawless and Travis McCabe.
Astana confirms Tuesday that Fabio Aru will line up for the 2017 Vuelta a España, setting up a rematch with Chris Froome.
Lennard Zinn explains the fundamentals of road tubeless tire mounting and set-up. Plus a reader troubleshoots his road disc brakes.
BMC Racing is folding its development team because often, the riders it grooms end up on rival WorldTour teams.
BMC's Dylan Teuns wins Monday's hilly stage 3 of the Tour of Poland. Sagan finishes second and takes back GC lead.
An Italian amateur cyclist has denied using a motorized bicycle after being disqualified from a race for mechanical cheating.
After a disappointing Tour de France, Alexander Kristoff sprints to his first victory since May in the Prudential RideLondon-Surrey Classic.
WorldTour pros Kiel Reijnen, Brent Bookwalter, and Andrew Talansky look back on their days as collegiate cyclists.
World road race champion Peter Sagan edges a bunch sprint to win the first stage of the Tour of Poland in Krakow on Saturday.
Former UCI president endorses Brian Cookson's opponent, says Lance Armstrong
Quick-Step reveals that Dan Martin raced over half of the Tour de France with fractured vertebrae and still managed to finish sixth.
Imagine if cycling went all gymnastics with a panel of shady judges. And shouldn't Rigo Uràn have his own TV show?!
Riley Sheehan wins Tour de l'Abitibi, an event his father, ex-pro Clark Sheehan, also raced in his formative years.
After a bitter 2016 season marred by a terrible training crash, Dutch team Sunweb bounces back with big wins in 2017 season.
We talk to former pro and team director Mike Creed about the toll that a long racing season takes on a body.
We wrap up the 2017 Tour by debating the unconventional route, questioning Team Sky's media strategy, and reflecting on La Course.
The 40-year-old raced as a professional for 20 years and will step away from the sport after this weekend's Clásica San Sebastián.
Fabio Aru finished fifth in the Tour de France and expects to be included on Astana's Vuelta a Espana lineup.
Team Sky's decision to cancel Tour de France press conferences for Chris Froome stinks — whether or not the press did their laundry.
If you're hit by an uninsured or underinsured motorist, you'll be on the hook for your bills. Here's how you can protect yourself.
Lennard Zinn runs through the cassette options available for riders who have Shimano rear derailleurs.
Bora-Hansgrohe still seeks vindication for Sagan's early expulsion from Tour. Bodnar redeems team with stage 20 time trial win.
Mikel Landa rides an exceptional Tour de France, but he regrets a missed opportunity to stand on the final podium — by one second.
VeloNews editors sound off on the Tour route, whether Uran and Bardet missed opportunities, and if cycling needs a budget cap.
Robin Carpenter defends his overall title at the Cascade Classic. Allie Dragoo win the women's race in Bend, Oregon.
After finishing second three times in the Vuelta a España, Chris Froome hopes 2017 will be his chance to make history.
After finishing his first Tour de France, Nate Brown presented a polka-dot jersey to his dad with a handwritten note.
VeloNews caught up withUCI President Brian Cookson in Paris for a wide-ranging interview about the state of professional cycling.
Belgian Thomas De Gendt blasted an all French jury for naming Warren Barguil as the race’s most aggressive rider.
Chris Froome said on Saturday it was an "honour" to be mentioned in the same breath as Eddy Merckx and Miguel Indurain.
Romain Bardet's Ag2r teammates are confident the rising French star will ride into the yellow jersey in future Tours de France.
Chris Froome is still winless in 2017. What can the Tour champ in waiting do the prove himself to the peloton and fans?
Mikel Linda is slated to leave Sky for another team at the end of this year as he seeks to be a team's top rider.
This week's roundup of tech news includes a five-year extension of Mavic's neutral support for the Tour de France.
The media company owns several brands, including Yahoo and AOL.
Cannondale-Drapac has been public about its search for a new sponsor, and Rigoberto Urán's magic Tour de France may aid the effort.
Mikel Landa tried for a stage win on the Col d'Izoard, but Team Sky's myriad objectives kept him from flying truly free.
The Quick-Step Floors rider clawed his way back after losing time in a crash earlier in the race and has attacked several times.
The contenders for the yellow jersey believe Thursday's finishing climb will likely determine who wins the Tour de France.
The Orica-Scott rider launched an attack with 4.6km to go and soloed the rest of the way up the mountain.
Fabio Aru and his Astana team recognize that the Tour's yellow jersey may be out of reach but promise a fight on the Izoard in stage 18.
With the Tour de France concluding in a few days, news about potential rider transfers is heating up.
Kittel was leading the points competition and had won five stages before he exited.
With three riders within 29 seconds of Chris Froome, the Sky riders hope to keep their leader in yellow as the race hits the Alps.
BrakeThrough Media has an unusual opportunity to photograph the Tour de France on the lonely Mur de Péguère.