Brailsford’s recruitment effort to rebuild the team paying off as Thomas, Froome shunted to side.
Has Ineos backed the right leaders for the Tour? Is this a fitting send-off for Chris Froome? What's next for Geraint Thomas?
Deceuninck-Quick-Step takes final stage and overall victory after dark start to the race.
Carapaz steps into pro cycling's spotlight with his win at the Giro d'Italia.
Peloton takes confidence during first major stage race since March.
Richard Carapaz says he is hopeful that the Giro d'Italia will go on as planned in October. The Ecuadorian will be ready to mount his Giro defense.
Young Belgian hoping to gain advantange in the race's three time trials and defend in the mountains
Carapaz, Narváez return to Europe without lockdowns and plot return to racing.
New rules open door for Team Ineos star to fly direct to Europe without detour via Colombia.
Ineos star confirms schedule before October's Giro d'Italia, where he will face off against Nibali, Evenepoel, and former teammate Soler.
Basque rider sees leadership role at Bahrain-McLaren as lifetime opportunity, though threat of Froome's arrival could throw spanner in works.
Ecuadorian reveals last year's fractious team dynamics extended beyond battles between Landa, Quintana and Valverde.
Young Spaniard Max steps into a leadership vacuum in his first year at Team Movistar, feels no pressure in leading the squad.
For years, observers have insisted that cycling could make far more effective use of television and video formats to get behind the scenes.
EF Pro Cycling retains overall advantage, with the lead moving from Jonathan Caicedo to Higuita.
With the exit of three of its marquee riders and signing of a host of rookies, the Spanish team faces a transitional season in 2020.
Team Ineos boss outlines potential race schedules for 2020, avoids confirming Froome's race plans.
Colombia's first yellow jersey-winner is taking the heat off himself as he prepares for 2020 with big ambitions.
The Spanish worker eyes the Olympic Games without losing the team's focus on the yellow jersey.
The 2020 Giro d'Italia route packs a huge punch in week three, and features three individual time trials. What do we make of this course that bucks the current trend for short and punchy stages? Let's roundtable!
In Ecuador, the cycling infrastructure and support is just starting to take hold. Richard Carapaz’s Giro victory is just the kind of spark the sport needs to catch fire.
Ecuadorian eager to return to the Italian grand tour with new team, possibly to start alongside Geraint Thomas
Richard Carapaz has withdrawn from the Vuelta a España due to injuries suffered in a crash on Sunday.
Team Ineos still has not defined its starting lineup for the Vuelta a España — a strong ride in Burgos could earn Ivan Sosa a spot
Nairo Quintana, Vincenzo Nibali, and Tom Dumoulin are just a few of the big names that will switch teams after 2019.
Latin American riders could match the UK sweep of all three grand tours this year, setting up a new Ineos era of domination
Movistar manager confirmed rumors that both Carapaz and Quintana will be leaving the Spanish team next season.
The Tour de France will have to wait for cycling's newest star as he returns to Ecuador before riding the Vuelta
Dirty Kanza winner Colin Strickland talks about his race; Spencer recounts his Dirty Kanza; the Giro's chaotic final week
How should Primoz Roglic and Jumbo-Visma view this Giro: as a disaster, or a learning experience?
Carapaz and Nibali secure first and second on GC while Roglic ousts Landa from the podium to take third ovarall.
Vincenzo Nibali says a podium place is worthless as Carapaz braces to defend lead
Forget the power meters, say backroom staff, Movistar's performance at the Giro is the result of great team spirit and thinking on their feet
The Giro d'Italia roars into its final week with plenty of action. Plus, we talk Dirty Kanza with gravel racer Colin Strickland
Landa, Carapaz and Quintana have all been linked with moves to rival teams
A strong attack gives Ag2r their first Giro stage victory since 2011; Landa and Carapaz make further gains overall
A tough day over the Mortirolo sees Primoz Roglic concede more time to race leader Richard Carapaz
Primoz Roglic has come under heavy fire in the mountain stages of the Giro. While the race will conclude with a time trial, there's no guarantee he'll be within striking distance of pink
The removal of the 8,640-foot Gavia Pass from the Giro d'Italia will alter the dynamic of stage 16. While some riders will miss the high altitude, others will see opportunity on the punchier new route
After a slow start to this year's Giro, Movistar capitalizes on Roglic and Nibali's deadlock, moving Carapaz into pink and Landa back into striking distance.
In an opening 11 stages of the Giro that were largely flat and dominated by sprints, there was a small band of opportunists who made their mark by other means
A crash in the final 6km looks to have ruled Tom Dumoulin out of overall contention, while Simon Yates and Vincenzo Nibali also concede time
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