Arnaud De Lie will stay put with the Belgian squad despite some top WorldTour teams hunting for his signature.
Agent said there are logical reasons why near-misses in the Tour de France didn’t translate into wins.
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.
Ewan's agent blasts team CEO Stéphane Heulot after he issued withering public put-down to Aussie sprinter.
Two of cycling's fastest sprinters leave the race after difficult Tour.
Another chance for Cavendish, Girmay and Philipsen with an uphill finish in Limoges.
'It’s important for me to win and get my mojo back.' Ewan seeks return to the winner's circle after three years without Tour victory.
Fabio Jakobsen among the crash victims in hectic finale.
Tour de France ticker: Security ramps up ahead of possible protests, Sagan apologizes after DUI charge
Follow all the Tour de France hype ahead of the Bilbao 'grand départ' on July 1.
Profile of final kilometer likely to limit contenders.
The Australian believes that Mark Cavendish is 'crafty' enough to take record-breaking stage win at Tour de France.
Analysis: The peloton's speed demons have no hope when the Pogačar’s and the Van Aert’s accelerate over the Poggio.
Here's what the top riders said after Saturday's explosive battle over the Poggio.
After controversial photo-finish with Caleb Ewan this month, this time there's no doubt who was first across the line.
Analysis: Lotto-Dstny's two fast finishers both pack outside odds at Via Roma victory. We dive into how a team calls between its two captains.
Team demands evidence that Ewan finished second at the GP Monseré after images suggest he won.
Confusion and controversy overshadow Sunday's results at GP Monseré.
World champion confirms with assured overall victory in the Emirates as he blazes toward Giro d'Italia.
'Wins give you confidence, confidence gives you wins': VeloNews investigates why victory in the Emirates is about more than just a 'W' in the column.
The Australian was edged out by Tim Merlier in photo finish on UAE Tour stage 1.
From super-sized seat posts to XL frames, the peloton's giants see racing from a different point of view: 'I have a very good overview.'
De Lie almost saved Lotto-Soudal in 2022, but he's not getting ahead of himself as he continues to balance farming and winning in 2023.
Magnus Sheffield goes down in crash-marred stage that ends in a bunch kick.
Women's race is upgraded to WorldTour status and new summit finale replaces Old Willunga Hill.
Ally Wollaston surprises the big names, while Patrick Bevin crashes in Team DSM team debut.
Team boss pins hopes on De Lie, Ewan as newly relegated squad 'strives toward a mix of battling for points and going for wins and attacking.'
Here's the news making headlines on Saturday, January 7.
VN news ticker: Bennett going for green at Tour de France; Ewan to race Down Under with national team
Here's the news making headlines on Thursday, December 15.
Going into this week's racing, less than 200 UCI points separate the bottom four teams in the 'safe zone' among the WorldTour rankings.
From Pidcock and Pedersen to Vingegaard and Valverde: Relegation battles, fatigue, flights all reduce the elite men's start list but opens opportunity for surprise.
UCI Road World Championships: Alessandro Ballan is the last elite men's world champion to win rainbows in their home country.
Ewan stays switched on after worlds snub as quest for UCI points sends him through series of low-tier classics.
Fabio Jakobsen claims first win as European champion as points hunt dominates ‘Flanders Championship’
Groenewegen: Relegation 'is a worthless system.' Struggling WorldTour teams send top sprinters into action in lower-tier Kampioenschap van Vlaanderen.
'This might sound cheesy but this is going to be one of the proudest moments of my career,' says veteran Australian.
Matthews, Hindley, Spratt confirmed as headliners for Australia's worlds team, Ewan returns to form in Deutschland after selection snub.
Ewan took his first win in months at the Deutschland Tour on Thursday and spoke then about missing Worlds.
Former pro Robbie McEwen: ‘Stick him in there to see how he gets on, just in case he can survive.’
Italian joins Belgian squad after spending several seasons at Groupama-FDJ.
Look out for Wout van Aert, Fabio Jakobsen and Dylan Groenewegen vying for the Superbowl of sprints in iconic Paris circuit-race.
Not the Tour that Caleb Ewan was hoping for, but a place in history nonetheless.
Caleb Ewan is first at 13h05 (CET), while Jonas Vingegaard rolls down the ramp as the last rider at 17h00 (CET).
'We know that with Caleb we have one of the fastest in the peloton. Even if the two crashes have impacted him,' says team boss.
Australian sprinter is lanterne rouge in a race he wasn’t sure he’d be able to finish.
Australian sprinter looks destined to stay with Lotto-Soudal but says he wants to strengthen his leadout train.
Lotto-Soudal plays down the notion of Caleb Ewan dissolving his contract as relegation worries continue
'I empathize a lot with him and I feel for him. He’s been coping with it for a while now,' says team director Allan Davis.
Sweltering transition stage in south-west France offers an important opportunity for Ewan, Jakobsen, Groenewegen and other fast men.
Stuart O’Grady likens Wout van Aert to Eddy Merckx, talks Tour de France green jersey and Caleb Ewan
'Every stage is like a mini World Cup race. It’s so intense. That’s great for the sport and for the viewers but it makes it hard work for the pure sprinters,' says Australian.
'We have the experience of losing the Tour on the last day and we have won three grand tours so we know that we have to stay focussed,' says Zeeman.
Another crash at a key moment dashed Ewan's hopes on stage 13 of the Tour de France.
Bad luck turns to no luck at all for Caleb Ewan as a crash takes down the Australian on stage 13.
Day's escape move stays clear following crash by Caleb Ewan.
The Australian sprinter survived the Alps and Lotto-Soudal was chasing an early breakaway.
The Tour leaves the Alps with a transition stage to St-Étienne in sweltering heat. The sprinters will be hungry to make the most of this opportunity.
'I have to have better legs than I had today, otherwise I’m in big trouble,' says Australian sprinter.
When Caleb Ewan went down, so did Roglič and Haig.
The riders are the first to exit the 2022 Tour, leaving 174 racers to start Thursday's sixth stage.
Ewan brushes off critics as he looks to turn around his Grand Tour fortune at the 2022 Tour de France.
The Australian rider says he was squeezed out when Van Aert and Sagan moved to the right during the sprint.
Aussie speedster confident of turning around a season that 'definitely hasn’t gone as good as I’d have hoped.'
The Belgian team on the hunt for stage victories as it remains locked in tight WorldTour relegation battle.
Aussie sprinter not looking to change if team loses elite status, says agent.
Giro di Hoody: These are hard times for sprinters facing reduced opportunities across ever more challenging grand tours.
The Australian speedster struggled in the sprints at the Giro d'Italia after crashing on day one.
The chances for the quick men are fast disappearing, and have literal mountains to climb before the next real opportunity in Treviso on stage 18.
Aussie sprinter hoping to redeem his uneven Giro d'Italia in Wednesday's long, flat stage that should deliver a bunch sprint.
Giro d’Italia stage 11 preview: Mark Cavendish, Caleb Ewan, and Arnaud Démare return to center stage
The Giro’s leading sprinters will have their sights set on victory in Reggio Emilia six days after Scalea matchup.
Ineos Grenadiers tries to blow up the race and position Carapaz for the bonus seconds and a run at pink in hectic stage finish.
A series of sprint chances and transition stages will keep the suspense going into the final mountain stages.
A decade after winning out of a massive Giro breakaway, De Gendt proves he's still as wily as ever.
A closer look at Arnaud Démare's narrow victory in a hectic sprint on stage 6 of the Giro d'Italia.
'For sure we'll see a big battle between GC riders.' Buzzsaw-shaped stage packs potential for ambush, attack, and sending sprinters out the back.
Sprint stars go shoulder to shoulder in an exciting finale that nearly saw a crash on the front of the race.
‘With 120km to go, we were wondering if we would wake up in time for the finale.’ Démare emerges from slumber to deliver sizzling sprint victory.
Caleb Ewan frustrated after missing out on Giro d’Italia stage win: ‘It’s second, so it’s not so good’
The Australian sprinter misses out by the smallest of margins as Arnaud Démare takes stage 6 in a photo finish