Tactical trauma and P.R. problems taint history-making grand tour sweep and could cause trouble for some time.
Jumbo-Visma coach reveals how Kuss balanced recovery and rebuild to blaze through Giro, Tour, Vuelta in one season.
Vingegaard, Kuss, Roglič decimated the Vuelta a España in the Pyrenees – we look at the numbers behind their rides.
Evenepoel hinted at partnership with Soler, Almeida, Ayuso – but UAE Emirates could prove just as much an enemy as a friend.
Welsh veteran may be facing a difficult end to his GC career at Spanish tour as Ineos Grenadiers tilts toward a new era.
Crunching the numbers shows that Kuss faces ultimate 'race of truth' Tuesday in quest to keep red from Evenepoel's shoulders.
Remco resilient, Jumbo-Visma rampant: Deconstructing the GC damage of a wild day at the Vuelta a España
Stage 6 saw mayhem in the race for the maillot rojo – we pick apart what it means for the key players in the stages to come.
Roglič, Vingegaard vow unity in quest for Vuelta a España victory: ‘We’re not racing against each other, but with each other’
Jumbo-Visma rides into Vuelta as top favorite with a historic sweep of the season's grand tours at stake.
Vingegaard, Roglič, Evenepoel set to suffer through a whole host of horror stages in the race for red – these are the most important.
The Vuelta boasts the strongest GC field of the season's grand tours – we pick the favorites, dark horses, and outsiders.
Ineos Grenadiers come out swinging in quest to win its first grand tour in two years with Arensman, Ganna also part of blockbuster selection.
Climber carnage at Ineos Grenadiers, more heft behind Pogačar, questions over Evenepoel, Cavendish, and all the other nuggets to know.
EF Education-EasyPost dominated and Arkéa-Samsic disappeared – breaking down the road worlds startlist and diving in to what it means.
World championship peloton stunned at Glasgow’s severity: ‘It was one of the hardest races I ever did’
The labrynthine Glasgow circuit Sunday mixed opinions but served its purpose by bringing only the strongest to the top.
Van Aert, Evenepoel dismiss Belgium’s doubters ahead of road worlds: ‘We’re professional enough to work together’
Van Aert, Evenepoel, Philipsen pledge to race 'all for one' after concerns over internal clashes rattle across Belgian nation.
Who's going to rule the elite men's road race this Sunday? We rate the favorites, dark-horses, and everyone in between.
'We must not be disappointed by our way of racing.' After the tactical trauma and Belgian beef of 2021, personal and national ambitions could collide again in Glasgow.
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.
The heated contest for the 15 WorldTour licenses is 'pushing every team,' says Uno-X sport director Alex Greenfield.
Here's the final prize money list for the Tour de France.
Stage 2 of the Tour de France Femmes saw Movistar square off against SD Worx.
From the Jumbo-Visma steamroller and Pogačar's panache, to polka perfection and Plan Bs: Here's a pick'n mix of talking points.
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.
Peter Sagan, the fading star that once lit up the Tour de France: ‘It’s sad people forget what he did’
After years of dominance, Sagan flames out in a race he helped reconfigure.
Check the start time for every rider in the peloton ahead of a 22km burner that could decide the yellow jersey.
Pogačar 'lost' bonuses to Vingegaard on stage 14 that could have brought GC gap to four seconds in race of fine margins.
High-profile segments are being raced faster than ever before as power numbers continue to reach higher peaks.
Jumbo-Visma climbing ace predicts Pogačar, Vingegaard to measure up: 'We haven’t had a true high mountain stage yet.'
Tadej Pogačar and Jonas Vingegaard are riding away from the pack in this Tour – here's how their rivals plan to catch back.
Van der Poel plays leadout-de-luxe to teammate Jasper Philipsen in evolution of personal and Alpecin-Deceuninck ambitions.
What really happens on a Tour de France rest day: Deals, active recovery, family time, and tactical reset
There's actually very little 'resting' on a grand tour rest day. Teams remain a beehive of activity, from training rides, backroom deals, family visits, and media.
The US contingent is lighter after Quinn Simmons abandons, but the polka-dot jersey and 'maillot jaune' are in play.
Serving hors categorie cuisine from a tiny food truck is tough – Here's how EF Education-EasyPost chef Owen Blandy makes it happen.
The American on Movistar comes up 500 yards short of winning on one of the most famous climbs on the Tour de France: 'I am happy with the risk I took.'
Saturday's crash is just the latest in a long history of over-eager fans and too-close spectators causing chaos on the Tour de France.
Mark Cavendish looked on course for win 35, but a crash on stage 8 ended his Tour de France dream.
Feast and famine at Jumbo-Visma: Wout van Aert comes up short, Jonas Vingegaard braces for volcanic showdown
Van Aert misfires in sprint as Vingegaard prepares for showdown with Tadej Pogačar on the Tour's most famous volcano at Puy-de-Dome.
Simon Yates drops from 4th to 6th, and Belgian rider Steff Cras who started 13th overall is evacuated by ambulance.
Former yellow jersey dominator accepts it's a level below Pogačar and Vingegaard, but is plotting its return to the top.
Tour de Hoody: Pogačar bites back and resets the scoreboard of this tightly bound Tour de France.
Tour de France stage 6: Tadej Pogačar bounces back, Jonas Vingegaard snatches yellow, Jai Hindley fades
The mighty Tourmalet puts an end to Hindley's yellow jersey and Pogačar turns tables on Vingegaard in another wild ride.
The irony is that quite a bit happened in the four-hour snoozer, but it was all packed into the final chaotic 10km.
Van Aert says hints of tension in the Netflix documentary does not reflect reality: 'The criticism should not be there. The atmosphere is great.'
Tour de France winner Egan Bernal fined $500 for littering, with a 1-minute penalty looming for second offense
2019 Tour de France champion is latest rider nabbed by the UCI's 'litter patrol.'
Mads Pedersen, Luke Durbridge, and Lilian Calmejane among riders who punctured due to tacks on the road.
Eleven seconds might not seem like much, but the Tour's been won and lost by a smaller margin.
Former leadout man Mark Renshaw clear on his ability: ‘He is the best sprinter we have ever seen.’
American Neilson Powless earns the first King of the Mountains jersey at the Tour de France: ‘I fulfilled a childhood dream.’
Neilson Powless in KoM jersey softens blow for EF Education-EasyPost in wake of crash involving GC captain Richard Carapaz.
Yellow jersey favorites push pressure onto each other ahead of explosive opening stage in the Basque Country.
Tour de France to add padding but will keep descents: ‘We do not want to end up having bike races in parking lots’
Stakeholders straddle line between enhancing safety and protecting the essence of bike racing: 'We will not eliminate the final descents. That's not racing.'
Lawson Craddock returns for his third Tour de France start. Join along all month as the Texan shares his insights and stories with an exclusive rider diary.
Inside the Jayco-AlUla rider's rapid rise and how the Dutch debutant will help Dylan Groenewegen in bunch sprints.
Our reporting team will be on the ground all month sharing insight, reporting, color, and the occasional barb: So who wins the yellow jersey, and how?
Riders pushing for more safety measures after Gino Mãder tragedy: 'I'd be lying if I said I wasn't a little scared.'
Winning a stage, hitting the podium, or claiming the 'maillot jaune' are at an absolute premier every July: Here are the leaders for every team and their chances of striking Tour gold.
Six riders across six teams all hope to make an impact with the dream of winning a Tour de France stage.
Movistar wants support for Enric Mas in a GC bid for the final podium in Jorgenson's farewell with the Spanish team.
The 2019 Tour de France winner returns for his first grand tour since his near-fatal crash early in 2022: 'Be strong, because life only comes to us once.'
We speak to WorldTour chefs and nutritionists to reveal the mega-carb menus that power the race for the yellow jersey.
Three racers that drove the narrative of the modern Tour de France see one last ride this summer – we look at their legacies.
Jumbo-Visma wins grand tours when the Colorado climbing ace is on the start list.
Pedaling on eggshells: All across the peloton, riders are waiting for final confirmation if they'll be racing the Tour de France or not.
Can Vingegaard defend? Will Pogačar shake off injury? Who could play spoiler? Will Cavendish make history? It all plays out during three weeks in July.
Here's where to watch the race for the yellow jersey from a desktop computer, handheld or mobile device, TV, or smart streaming app.
From Hindley and O’Connor through Mas and Carapaz, who's looking hot and who's not after the Critérium du Dauphiné, Tour de Suisse.
Only 11 US men have won stages in the Tour de France. Will this year's edition see another name added to the line?
Here are the threads that will stitch together the narrative in men's cycling's biggest stage race.
We investigate how and why cross-training, nutrition, and psychology have become crucial to forging modern Tour de France champions.
Tour de Hoody: It makes sense that they're bypassing July, but the Tour de France would be better off if they make late-hour surprise starts.
Lifting the lid on how riders peak for three weeks, why they don't taper, why Pogačar is sacrificing racing for training, and more.
A strong week across the French Alps could confirm his return to the Tour de France next month: 'We can feel he’s really close.'
Pogačar vs. Vingegaard, Cavendish's Merckxian challenge, Sagan's long goodbye, US stage-hunters: Here are five story lines that will make the 2023 Tour stand out.
VeloNews takes a look at what are likely to be the most important stages for the GC at the 2023 Giro d'Italia.
22 stories for 2022, part 1: Vingegaard tops Tour de France, hello gravel worlds, goodbye rim brakes
VeloNews' editors highlight the biggest stories of 2022 in our 22-stage grand tour of the cycling year-in-review.
'The race will still be won or lost in the final week with some filthy climbs across stages 14, 15 and 17,' says Ineos Grenadiers director.