'Unfortunately with the points relegation system we’re not in a good place right now,' says Canadian.
Teams and leading names confirmed for the 75th edition of the Critérium du Dauphiné set for June 5-12.
Giro di Hoody: Nothing ever goes to script at the Giro d'Italia, and that's why this week should be one of the best of the season.
Four-time Tour winner adds Vuelta a España to his potential summer schedule.
'There are so many variables you can bring in but personally I’d always go with the decision making of the scientists,' Froome tells VeloNews.
How did Egan Bernal recover so quick? Here's how riders like Bernal, Van der Poel, and Evenepoel come back from injury faster and stronger than ever before.
Analysis: Ineos Grenadiers finally wins Paris-Roubaix, the race that’s the antithesis of marginal gains
Dylan van Baarle delivers elusive victory in the 'Hell of the North' for the UK super-team.
The four-time Tour de France winner says he's working to bring down weight and work on explosiveness.
The five-time Tour winner says it's too early to call Tadej Pogačar the next Eddy Merckx.
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.
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.
'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.
Report on 2022 paypackets for male racers gives some interesting insights into what's going on in the big business of bike racing.
Four-time Tour de France winner returns to competition following a training injury that delayed his racing calendar.
Tour de France champ discusses how better knowledge of race-routes increases intensity of fight for position at dangerous moments.
Colombian star joins a growing chorus of riders who are coming out against the use of the controversial supplement.
The seven-time Grand Tour winner has big questions about the safety and fairness of stage racing.
The four-time Tour de France winner opens a debate over safety concerns in road racing.
Four-time Tour de France winner says Bernal's crash is ‘extremely sad for our sport.’
The 36-year-old is training following his knee injury but is not yet ready to start his 2022 season.
Ineos Grenadiers no longer owns a monopoly at the top, but rivals will be wrong to write them off too soon.
Four-time Tour de France winner training 'without pain' following a leg injury, but it remains uncertain when he will resume racing.
Canadian accent grows stronger with new co-sponsor and five of the six of Canada's men's WorldTour riders now on the team.
Leg and knee problems force four-time Tour de France champ off the bike and into rehab-mode, delaying his season start.
The four-time Tour de France champion has picked up a knee injury that will keep him off the bike as the 2022 season beckons.
Our European road crew looks back at the highs and lows of the 2021 season.
Lead sport director Rik Verbrugghe promises the team is also betting on developing talent: 'Everyone wants to find the next Tadej Pogačar.'
Israel Start-Up Nation sport director Rik Verbrugghe says 'we need and want to see results' from four-time Tour-winner in 2022.
Roundtable: Giro d'Italia boss Mauro Vegni challenges the Slovenian superstar to take on one of cycling's most elusive challenges, but is it worth it?
The UCI currently forbids the use of continuous glucose monitors in competition. Insiders are pushing back on the ban – is that a good or bad thing?
Four-time Tour de France winner underwent months of sessions in high-pressure chamber to help rehabilitation following 2019 crash.
Forget power meters and heart rate monitors – glucose monitors are poised to change pro cycling forever. Here's a look at how the new tech could push the peloton forward.
The four-time Tour champ is reportedly fully recovered now.
Israel Start-Up Nation officials confirm four-time Tour de France winner was diagnosed and treated for bilharzia, the same parasite that zapped him a decade ago.
ISN team owner Sylvan Adams is unabashedly pro-Israel but pushes back against the concept of 'sportswashing.'
Cycling GPS maker re-ups with Sylvan Adams' WorldTour team for two years.
VN Podcast, ep. 282: Froome says ISN is aiming to connect with Israelis through cycling, much like Team Sky did with Brits.
Four-time Tour de France winner laying foundation for post-racing future as he prepares for a big 2022 season.
Chris Froome and teammates arrive in Israel for what's the first major team camp since COVID shut down everything in 2020.
Here's what's making headlines on Wednesday, November 3.
Israel Start-Up Nation: Roster nearly full, confirms contact with Premier Tech, Chris Froome to stay put
ISN owner Sylvan Adams confirms Premier Tech talks and says four-time Tour de France winner Chris Froome 'will retire as a rider from our team.'
The 2012 Tour de France winner, and multiple Olympic gold medalist, says he found it hard to deal with the fame his success brought.
Four-time Tour de France champion talks about the next big things in training and racing tech.
Four-time Tour de France winner also reveals his deal with Israel Start-Up Nation ends in 2022.
The Factor founder talks new investments, growth plans, and industry bottlenecks.
In his first video since the Tour de France, Chris Froome talks about finishing the race, athlete mental health and being mistaken for a tourist on French television.
Chris Froome addresses the mental health challenges that athletes face in his latest YouTube video.
Here's the news making headlines for Wednesday, August 18.
Here's what Wout van Aert, Tadej Pogačar, Chris Froome and Mark Cavendish said after stage 20 of the Tour de France.
Team officials say Tadej Pogačar will decide after Olympics, while it's ‘very likely’ Egan Bernal will race Spanish grand tour.
A Tour de France fan descending after yesterday's stage went off the road, prompting the rescue.
VN news ticker: Philippe Gilbert, Chris Froome help injured fan, Simon Clarke riding Tour de France with broken back
Here's the news making the headlines on Thursday, July 15.
Here's what Chris Froome, Michael Matthews, and others said after a cool and wet stage 17 of the 2021 Tour de France.
Why is the 2021 Tour de France so hard? Riders point to a brutal week 1, Mathieu van der Poel's early aggression, and Tadej Pogačar.
Chris Froome says he's in 'survival' mode and that Vuelta a España start is no guarantee.
What happens when the Tour de France invades a small French village? Months of planning are over in a flash.
The 2016 Tour de France ascent of the Mont Ventoux will go down as one of the most chaotic in its history. VeloNews takes a look behind the scenes of that memorable day.
Chris Froome once ruled the Tour de France, now banged up and bruised, he's racing to make the time cut.
Canadian star says the now-banned 'super-tuck' isn't behind a spate of crashes, and puts blame on narrow roads, stressed peloton.
Chris Froome avoids any broken bones but is left battered and bruised following a high-speed crash on his return to Tour de France.
Four time winner Chris Froome started the Tour with the Lightweight wheels, carbon SRM cranks, O-Symmetric chainrings, two piece cockpit, and an unidentified saddle
Crashes seem inevitable at the Tour de France, but Saturday's pair of road-blocking pileups were even worse.
From the opening-stage tussle for yellow to a wide-open race for victory, this Tour de France is packed with thrilling storylines.
The four-time champion also talks about how he's looking forward to returning to the scene of his first-ever Tour de France in 2008.
Chris Froome lumped praise on his Israel Start-Up Nation lineup for the Tour de France: "It's really a cool group of guys."
Froome's captaincy role at the Tour de France hints toward his future behind the scenes with Israel Start-Up Nation.
Woods accepts that Tadej Pogačar, Primož Roglič and Ineos Grenadiers could dominate the Tour – but he also knows they can be beaten.
Who will emerge as the Tour's underdog? Can Ineos Grenadiers be stopped again? Every Tour de France starts with a clean slate.
VN news ticker: Fabio Jakobsen shows off new teeth, Jungels to miss Luxembourg championships and Tour de France
Here's the news making headlines for Thursday, June 17.
Chris Froome will return to the Tour de France but not to ride for the general classification. The experienced rider and four-times winner will be the designated road captain.
Chris Froome will play a support role for Michael Woods, who has been named as Israel Start-Up Nation's GC leader for the Tour de France.
Four-time Tour de France winner still holding out hope for a fifth yellow jersey, but it won't be in 2021.
Israel Start-Up Nation confirms Canadian will lead instead of four-time Tour winner.
Ineos Grenadiers believes it has the strongest Tour lineup in its history – but can it win yellow without the strongest rider?