Most riders dodge doing three grand tours in a season for fear of mental burnout. Not Vuelta a España champion Kuss.
Reports link a deal for Danish leadout ace to join Astana-Qazaqstan and sources say team is preparing for extension of Manxman for 2024.
The time Tony Martin took a private jet mid Tour de France to get collarbone surgery to defend the yellow jersey
The time trial star confirms one of the craziest rumors about his career and fills us in on how close he was to restarting.
Jumbo-Visma earns nearly one-third of the total purse, while Astana-Qazaqstan brings home less than $5,000 in three weeks.
The Colorado climber is already a top draw in Europe, will a grand tour victory boost his profile at home? 'It's nice to see the reaction from the US.'
Remco Evenepoel rebuffs Tour de France cynics at Vuelta a España: ‘Mentally I’m kind of unbreakable’
Despite GC implosion, Evenepoel remains defiant in anticipation of Tour de France clash with Pogačar, Vingegaard.
The 2018 Tour de France winner also faced a similar scenario with Chris Froome: 'Vingegaard didn't come here to ride around, did he? Same with Primož.'
Jumbo-Visma coach reveals how Kuss balanced recovery and rebuild to blaze through Giro, Tour, Vuelta in one season.
After crushing losses, Evenepoel vows to arrive to Madrid with something to prove: 'A three-week stage race improves your base.'
Five-time Tour de France winner says the key for Kuss will be his mental fortitude: 'To be a leader, you have to be mentally very strong as well.'
Colorado climbing ace high-fives fans and celebrates victory as he comes within seconds of claiming the overall lead at the Spanish grand tour.
The WorldTour superstar raced two years for Rally to help pave the way for European success: 'It’s definitely more complicated now than it was for me a few years ago.'
Improving weather should ease tension after an uneven and sometimes bizarre start to the 2023 edition.
In a repeat of the Tour de France this summer, the peloton is sabotaged by nails thrown onto the road in what was an already complicated stage.
Follow all the action in the five-stage race as the men's WorldTour resumes.
Poll reveals the Spanish sport fans love their national tour, and for a few weeks each summer, competes for space in the national dailies.
Roglič, Evenepoel, and Vingegaard start as the pre-race favorites, with Spain's Ayuso trying to muscle in on the action: Here's the ultimate Vuelta 'form guide' for the three kings and a prince.
Pro-Catalan group calls for political action just as extreme temperatures are expected to ease this weekend.
Arnaud De Lie will stay put with the Belgian squad despite some top WorldTour teams hunting for his signature.
Most underrated racer of the season? Mads Pedersen blows up Bemer Classic in sensational summer streak
Danish fast-finisher adds another victory to a 2023 palmarès that even Van Aert, Van der Poel would be stoked for.
Rising US prospect hits podium and wins best young rider's jersey after scooping up final-stage bonuses at Arctic Race of Norway.
Team trainer lifts lid on framework that forged Vingegaard's yellow jersey dominance – how will it carry the Dane into Vuelta a España?
Officials from the long-running US team notified riders on the elite men's team earlier this month they are free to search out new contracts.
After nearly a week in the pink jersey at the Giro d'Italia, there is expectation for more success with big move to Uno-X.
Five-stage Vuelta a Burgos is always a good measure of Vuelta form: Roglič returns to action for first time since winning Giro d'Italia.
The Slovenian becomes one of the few riders who's won the Tour de France and medals in both the Olympic Games and world championships.
The story of how Bahamontes became Spain's first Tour de France winner.
The 'Eagle of Toledo' won six King of the Mountains jerseys and one yellow jersey as he raced during cycling's 'golden era' of the 1950s and 1960s.
Intermediate and finish-line time bonuses are in play in Friday's final stage to close out the Polish tour.
Dutch team also brings Van Baarle and Kooij, but all eyes will be on 'MVDP' and another showdown with Wout van Aert.
Slovenian megastar saddles up for road race, time trial after suffering post-Tour fatigue.
A study of the most legendary of climbs, which will be the highlight and big showdown of Saturday's stage up to the 2,110m summit.
If Vingegaard or Roglič win the Vuelta a España, Jumbo-Visma will be the first team to sweep a season's grand tours – and its reputation will be changed forever.
In his final diary entry, Lawson Craddock takes us inside the final stage on the Champs-Élysées and reflects after a hard month of racing.
'He deserves a bit of calm', but no rest for a hungry bike racer: Pogačar to take aim at rainbow jersey and considers future runs at Giro and Vuelta.
The GC specialist spent many more days on his aero bike than you might expect.
In the final part of this series, we focus on the need for top GC riders.
Italy hosts the Grand Départ for the first time in history next year, and there is no better time to plan a cycling trip to the region of Emilia Romagna.
A look at the bikes of Julian Alaphilippe and current European road cycling champion Fabio Jakobsen.
Here's the final prize money list for the Tour de France.
From the Jumbo-Visma steamroller and Pogačar's panache, to polka perfection and Plan Bs: Here's a pick'n mix of talking points.
Messed-up sleep, fighting off sickness, damaged motivation: Michael Woods, Felix Gall, and Tom Pidcock on the highs and lows.
American Powless held jersey for over half of the race and can savor his performance.
Champs Élysées enlivened by flat-out racing and multiple attacks
This Tour reconfirmed that Pogačar and Vingegaard are at the very top of the Tour de France pyramid, and both are already plotting a rematch for 2024.
Meet Bora-Hansgrohe’s Belgian bullet who beat his friend Philipsen and stunned the cycling world in Paris.
Jonas Vingegaard delivers a near-perfect performance to win a second straight yellow jersey, while Tadej Pogačar attacks on final laps in sign of intention.
Pidcock leaves the Tour with lessons for the future as he strives to become Ineos Grenadiers' next yellow jersey.
Tour de France ticker: Campenaerts voted ‘super-combative’ of Tour, reports say Vingegaard to Vuelta, Rodríguez penalized 20″
Follow all the action and headlines at the 2023 Tour de France.
One more big display of panache in final pro season.
Last-ever Thibaut Pinot mountain raid and GC contender scrap for stage win.
It's mission accomplished for the American climbing star with Jumbo-Visma poised to win the yellow jersey Sunday in Paris: 'I was happy to be there in a lot of key moments.'
Cycling's most successful twins end the Tour on attacking high that mirrors how they opened the race in Bilbao nearly three weeks ago.
Vingegaard finishes safe in third to all-but guarantee final victory, Pinot animates explosive 'home' stage through the Vosges.
Coaches of Tour's 'big two' lift the lid on how fundamental training principles still rule in the biggest race in the world.
The most famous sprint in cycling to play out once again.
The Groupama-FDJ rider from Luxembourg was overcome with emotions when he finished his first Tour de France last year.
Grizzled vet Alexander Kristoff rides the Dare VSRu aero road bike for the debut of the Uno-X team in the Tour de France.
The breakaway fends off the chasers for the second day in a row.
Slovenian shows admirable empathy towards rivals: 'I wish that everyone could win a Tour stage.'
‘I was hoping for an easy day in the bunch’: Asgreen centimeters away from two Tour de France stage wins in a row
Dane unexpectedly makes it into all-out breakaway battle and nearly becomes first rider in 21st century to win back-to-back breakaway stages.
Mohorič pips Asgreen after breakaway holds off a breakaway in a wild stage for those at the front.
Jasper Philipsen: Rising supersprinter and world title threat under fire for Tour de France blocking
Belgium's green jersey-in-waiting poses 'luxury' dilemma for Belgian worlds team after selection alongside Van Aert, Evenepoel.
A big, big day in the mountains to decide the final general classification.
In his latest diary, Lawson talks about the Col de la Loze, pulling all day to bring back a breakaway, and what lies in store for Friday's firecracker stage.
Stage 18 of the Tour de France should have been a certain sprint stage, but four men had a different plan.
Tour de Hoody: Will a second Tour de France loss serve as a moment of reckoning for Pogačar and UAE? First comes the final push to Paris.
Also: The difficulties inherent in neutralizing races.
Literally no one expected Vingegaard to beat Tadej Pogačar by one minute and 38 seconds in stage 16’s time trial.
Superb finale sees break fend off hard-chasing main bunch.