Belgian newspaper 'HLN' reports discussions with the UCI and key bike sponsors ahead of a fast-approaching October 15 WorldTour license deadline.
Richard Plugge posts photo with Apple CEO Tim Cook amid merger talks and sponsorship uncertainty: 'We have a plan until 2030.'
What is happening at Jumbo-Visma? Roglič and Vingegaard drop Sepp Kuss, but both say they want him to win
With Jumbo-Visma management not holding them back, Roglič and Vingegaard keep racing to win: 'It's man-on-man.'
Controversy swirls around leadership as the Dutch super team narrows in on historic grand tour sweep: 'It's our way of working.'
Head of performance Heijboer gives insight into months of preparation, bike change decision, and Vingegaard's aero gains.
For the first time ever a team wins both Omloop and KBK and puts a teammate on both podiums.
'Jumbo Visma have been successful only in starting fan conflicts and causing a huge upset on social media, all at the expense of one of their most valuable assets and the reputation of one of the most beloved athletes in the peloton,' writes Kate Wagner.
Jumbo-Visma team boss, Richard Plugge says that there needs to be a 'change of behavior' in the bunch.
Jonas Vingegaard’s rags-to-riches story is seemingly incredible, but it was all part of Plugge’s longterm plan to mine talent, polish the rough edges, and create the peloton’s most efficient and seamless team.
'The fact that he is fighting for every second indicates that he realizes that he may need that lead someday,' says Richard Plugge.
Jumbo-Visma 'satisfied' with Planche des Belles Filles result with 'a lot of climbs to go' before Paris.
Richard Plugge asks fans to respect riders as Tour returns to France.
Wout van Aert and the Dutch squad look unbeatable going into the major cobblestone monuments after E3 Saxo Bank Classic domination.
'Whether teams get one Euro or a million Euros, it doesn't matter. It’s about the value that this brings for the longer-term,' says Plugge.
Jumbo-Visma gave both riders time and space to work through their respective issues, and the go-slow approach paid off with both returning to racing in 2021.
Pandemic in the peloton: Vaccinations create opportunity, controversy as sport looks to fresh start in 2022
Part II: There are a few holdouts for vaccines, creating a rift in the peloton just as professional cycling hopes to turn the corner on COVID-19.
VN news ticker: Jumbo-Visma boss hopeful for Tom Dumoulin return, David Dekker continues to impress in WorldTour debut
Here's the news making headlines for Wednesday, February 24.
Jumbo-Visma's chief architect Richard Plugge admitted to being 'stunned' by the outcome of Saturday's Tour de France time trial. Plugge said that while the team is pleased with its three stage wins, the 2020 Tour de France will be viewed as a disappointment.
With racing starting to resume, some question if peloton is stretched too thin.
Jumbo-Visma boss calls for an end to the 'outdated' method of identifying riders through pinned-on numbers.
Jumbo-Visma manager Richard Plugge believes pro races should operate with as few people as possible, and that means limiting journalists, team staff, and even spectators.
Richard Plugge of Jumbo-Visma recounts his battle with COVID-19, and then explains why he supports the UCI's racing calendar. Ellen van Dijk discusses the importance of Paris-Roubaix.
Following release from the hospital, the Jumbo-Visma team director would agree to allow his team to race only under strict conditions.
The UCI plan sticks with traditional Sunday to Sunday dates, despite coronavirus calendar crunch.
Pro cycling teams are being extra cautious when it comes to deciding when to deploy riders, for fear of infection, and quarantine away from family and training.
Dutch team Jumbo-Visma found ways to be competitive across the entire WorldTour schedule, from the classics and the sprints to grand tours.
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