Pavel Sivakov outsprinted as WorldTour race blows to smithereens on final lap.
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.
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.
Cycling's most successful twins end the Tour on attacking high that mirrors how they opened the race in Bilbao nearly three weeks ago.
Simon Yates revives podium hopes after long-distance break on stage 17.
UAE sends Briton up the road in podium bid after Pogačar 'cannot drop' Vingegaard.
‘Seventeen seconds is nothing’: Jumbo-Visma bracing for attacks from yellow jersey rival Tadej Pogačar
Vingegaard expects 'decisive' day as Jumbo-Visma and UAE Emirates share fighting talk ahead of Grand Colombier battle.
No rest for the weary: After back-to-back sprints, the course tilts into the first major climbs of 2023.
Yates, Madiot, and Welsford react to possibility of protests as race reaches home soil on stage 3 with beefed-up security.
The sprinter teams won't want to let this opportunity slip by.
From brand new ENVE cockpits to speedy tires and upgraded chainrings, the coolest bits on Yates’s bike.
Neilson Powless defended his King of the Mountains jersey before an elite group drove to the line.
Another day of punchy climbs and explosive action in the second full day in Spain's Basque Country.
Twins for the win: the Yates brothers' wild ride to chase the yellow jersey on stage 1 of the Tour de France.
'This is a tough blow': Enric Mas, Richard Carapaz crash out while UAE take control in dramatic final of hilly Bilbao stage.
Yates beats Yates in brotherly sprint in Bilbao to open Tour de France with exclamation point.
Tour de Romandie stage 5: Fernando Gaviria wins last stage, Adam Yates takes GC title over Matteo Jorgenson
Follow all the action as Bernal, Cavendish, Jorgenson and more spar in six day Swiss race.
Arizona star seeks later peak to season as raft of new arrivals intensifies battle to support Tadej Pogačar at Tour de France.
Yates debuts for UAE Team Emirates at its home race and carries the burden of filling the boots of two-time champion Tadej Pogačar.
Three big stars carry three big burdens into Emirati gateway of WorldTour busy-season.
British all-rounder insists there's plenty of room to race to win in the ever-deeper UAE Team Emirates.
Adam Yates, Lucinda Brand, and Mads Pedersen tell VeloNews why the Alicante region of Spain is so good for winter training camps.
Marquee signings for new season both support Pogačar's Tour de France ambition and provide winning options all through the calendar.
Grand tour stars, cobblestone crushers, and bunch sprint supremos: Here are the five top transfers for 2023.
'From the first race until the last, it’s about having a balanced line-up for the team,' says Joxean Fernández.
Rising Colombian star weighs his contract options with an eye on a strong start to 2023.
British rider leaves Ineos Grenadiers after two seasons.
After two seasons at Ineos Grenadiers, Yates would not comment on his future: 'It will be revealed soon.'
A move to BikeExchange looks unlikely as Ineos Grenadiers remains an option.
Yates has been offered a contract extension but it's below his asking price, while BikeExchange is keeping tabs on the situation.
Climber remains guarded on his future after finishing 10th in the Tour de France.
Exclusive interview with the former Tour de France winner on his status within the team, proving doubters wrong, and his best numbers ever.
Thomas limits his loses to the top two as Adam Yates struggles through illness and drops three places in the GC.
Adam Yates and Tom Pidcock drop down the overall standings as Romain Bardet bounces back to sixth overall.
The Colombian climber confirmed he's back in top shape after taking antibiotics to step back into key helper role just in time for the Pyrénées.
'He’s out of contract this year and that can always play a different part when it comes to committing to a teammate, but he was really committed to me,' says Welshman.
VeloNews puts together the definitive list on the 19 riders Ratcliffe and his team has signed since Ineos took over from Sky.
The 2018 Tour winner is having his best Tour in years and enters the final week with everything in play: 'You've got to keep believing.'
Tour de France: Ineos in damage limitation mode as Pogačar and Vingegaard turn Mende into their playground
'I think that we expected that sort of gap on that sort of climb,' Ellingworth tells VeloNews.
'Before we came to the race Tom Pidcock asked me what I expected from him and I just said full commitment,' says Steve Cummings.
The Welshman is just four seconds behind Tadej Pogačar after a dramatic showdown on stage 11.
Ineos Grenadiers still in negotiation over Adam Yates renewal, team unlikely to sign replacement for Richard Carapaz
Ineos will develop its crop of young riders rather than sign another proven grand tour winner to replace EF-bound Carapaz.
'It’s not just about riding around so we’ll use every trick in the book to try and tactically win the race,' says Rod Ellingworth.
Tour rookie says Ineos Grenadiers must be tactical in its numbers because 'we are not racing crap riders' at Tour de France.
Five storylines that counted so far: Every Tour de France tells it own story, and why Tadej Pogačar is messing with everyone's minds.
'Pogačar is phenomenal. I can’t see how he won’t continue to be the biggest favorite for the next five or six years,' says Thomas.
Ineos Grenadiers in a ‘pretty decent position,’ says Rod Ellingworth heading into the second week of the Tour de France
Brits Geraint Thomas, Adam Yates and Tom Pidcock feature in the overall top-10.
Ineos Grenadiers happy with day as Thomas moves up to third and is best of their fab four after stage 7.
Ineos Grenadiers keeps four cards in play on Super Planches des Belles Filles summit of Tour de France
'We want to try to use those numbers well and see what we can do,' says Geraint Thomas after taking lead position in Ineos' multi-prong assault.
The UK super-team roars into Friday's summit finish with four riders stacked into the top-10.
Martínez, Thomas and Yates content to finish 13 seconds down on Pogačar after bent hanger and day of chaos.
A brief but brutal flurry of action over the Côte du Cap Blanc-Nez gives early indicators ahead of crueller climbs to come.
Ineos Grenadiers safely positions its trio of GC candidates against Jumbo-Visma aggression ahead of Wednesday's cobblestone clash.
Mathew Hayman: 'I feel for the GC guys who prepare months, years even, and be faced with a stage like that.'
Tour de Hoody: Team boss Rod Ellingworth says Pogačar will 'lose one day' and promises UK super-team will be ready to pounce.
Thomas, Yates and Martinez head to France with their GC hopes intact.
'In Adam, Dani and Geraint we have three fantastic GC heavyweights who can mount a real challenge' says Rod Ellingworth.
Thomas heads to Tour with open role as part of multi-rider tactic: 'Whether I stay up on GC to play another card, go for stages, help other guys ... whatever'
Wave of COVID cases sweeps across the Tour de Suisse, with Jumbo-Visma, three from Team DSM and Joey Rosskopf also leaving.
Evenepoel joined by Tour-bound Martínez, Yates, Thomas, Vlasov, Pinot and more for a week of grinding long stages and huge summit finishes.
We take a look at the 14 riders in the frame for a shot at the Tour de France.
Egan Bernal's recovery and long-term health are central to the team's strategy in the transfer market.
Egan Bernal is so hungry to return but we don’t know if he’ll get back to that top level again, says Ellingworth
Team boss discusses grand tour rosters in wake of Bernal crash, confirms Geraint Thomas not guaranteed start at Tour de France.
Kate Wagner picks apart the key moments from a gripping edition of the 'Race to the Sun'.
The ‘Race to the Sun’ will be streamed on television, and you can also watch it through a web browser or a mobile app.
Jumbo-Visma's race leader Roglič remains on course for overall honors but all change as Jorgenson and McNulty have differing days out.
‘The Race to the Sun’ has also attracted a strong sprint contingent led by Bennett, Jakobsen, Groenewegen, and Philipsen
Daniel Martínez and Ethan Hayter join the British team to challenge Primož Roglič in the ‘Race to the Sun.’
'Today we came up short but not through any lack of effort' says Ineos rider after finishing second overall.
Tadej Pogačar takes the stage, Luke Plapp is almost at a loss for words, and Filippo Ganna and Adam Yates remain in the GC frame.
Tadej Pogačar's road to Tour de France triple starts in the Emirates as top GC racers elbow a who's-who of sprinters.
How the physiology and psychology of a pro cyclist can translate to impressive running performances.
And confirmed that cycling talent does indeed cross over to other endurance sports.