The American-based brand will continue its partnership with Vaughter's squad for the next three seasons, supporting the team with bikes for a wide range of needs.
American stalwart discusses the potential for team leadership in 2021, the physical and mental toll of the COVID season, and his takes on the new U.S devo system.
USA Cycling is raffling two of EF Pro Cycling's Rapha + Palace Cannondale race bikes of to support new teams at HBCU and TCU colleges.
US-registered team will race as EF Education-NIPPO for 2021.
Canadian star rebounded from a broken leg and Tour de France rejection to see the final pieces of the racing puzzle click into place this season.
American squad scoops Colombian youngsters Diego Camargo and U23 national champion Daniel Arroyave, signs Japanese stalwarts Fumiyuki Beppu and Hideto Nakane from Nippo Delko One Provence.
The American and South African-based WorldTour squads continue to fill out their rosters with climbers and sprinters.
Barta started the Ézaro stage with no contract in place for 2020. He finished it with a career-best result that unlocked a deal at EF Pro Cycling.
A half-dozen WorldTour teams among squads across all levels changing jerseys and colors for 2021.
American standout set to link up with former Hagens Berman Axeon teammates as he hopes to develop into a stage racer with new team.
EF Pro Cycling's newest star packs an enigmatic off-kilter character and unconventional riding style that makes him hard not to love.
Partnering with USA Cycling, the WorldTour team and its equipment partner will launch cycling programs at a Historically Black College or University and at a Tribal College or University.
Young Brit's third-place at the Vuelta sets him up to take star role at EF Pro Cycling as Michael Woods and Daniel Martínez leave the team.
With the bonus seconds scored with the second-place finish, Roglič now leads the overall by 45 seconds.
EF Pro Cycling's rising star is within 47-seconds of the red jersey and plans to go all-out to snatch race lead.
British rider now sits 32 seconds back on GC, and though the final week doesn't play in his favor, he's all-in for the podium in Madrid.
Roglič, Carapaz, Martin and Carthy emerged as the strongest on Wednesday and have marked themselves out as the key GC contenders ahead of a series of pivotal stages.
EF Pro Cycling climber comes of age to become serious GC contender in Spain, though the final-week time trial may prove a challenge.
Richard Carapaz retains the overall lead thanks to the work of Ineos Grenadiers who lead the chase for the entire stage.
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American-based team petitioned UCI and RCS Sport to declare a race winner following the upcoming rest day.
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Lotto-Nike? Groupama-Tommy Hilfiger? Belgian fan imagines creative sponsorship kits for WorldTour teams
Inspired by EF Pro Cycling's sponsorship collaboration with Palace skateboards at the Giro d'Italia, Belgian cycling fan Stijn Dossche imagined other creative sponsorship mashups, and then designed mock-up jerseys to reflect his pairings.
In today's roundtable we discuss which storyline from week one will be most interesting to follow during the remainder of the Giro d'Italia.
American squad carries momentum from summer with Giro's open race dynamics offering further opportunities.
Ecuadoran delivers big win after all eyes have been on EF Pro Cycling's wild jersey since the Giro d'Italia started.
Overall leader Filippo Ganna gave up pink jersey to João Almeida when he dropped back to pace Ineos Grenadier's team leader Geraint Thomas back onto the peloton.
American squad fined nearly $5,000USD for allegedly failing to register new streetwear-inspired livery.
Team of Tadej Pogačar takes over €620,000 while least rewarded squad Arkéa-Samsic don't even hit the €16,000 mark
Pro kit has evolved drastically over the last decade. Has everyday joe's kit changed with it? There are more similarities than differences.
In a dramatic twist of fate, Martínez upended the script, dropping two Bora riders inside 500 meters to go and then sprinting into the stage win.
Did Bernal not have the legs? Who will be next to go out the back? And what's EF Pro Cycling's next move?
Primož Roglič extends his lead with big shakeups in the top 10 of the general classification.
We all know the Tour de France's GC leader wears the yellow jersey. The problem is, too many other riders are also sporting yellow in this year's Tour de France.
The Mitchelton-Scott rider assumes the overall lead, while Michael Woods drops to eighth overall.
American Tejay van Garderen is confident that teammate Rigoberto Urán can score a top finish at the Tour de France.
Michael Woods finished third on the stage and retains the blue jersey of the overall leader.
This victory for the Canadian, who crashed in stage 5 of Paris-Nice in February of this year, marks a milestone in his return to racing form.
Two winning breakaways and two top-5s confirm potential of EF Pro Cycling's young American talent.
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Neilson Powless' gritty Tour de France debut is a sign that the 24-year-old is back on track to WorldTour greatness.
With all eyes on Ineos and Jumbo-Visma, the Tour could be set up for a spoiler. And no team presents themselves as much as a possible candidate as EF Pro Cycling.
Two North Americans and a Colombian leadership trio headline team of wildcards and dark horses.
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With the Tour de France now 12 days away, what are the key takes from last week's wild and wacky edition of the key tuneup race?
As many favorites faded, the EF Pro Cycling rider hung in there to deliver a milestone victory.
EF Pro Cycling skipped early stage races like the Vuelta a Burgos and Tour de l'Ain. Tejay van Garderen says this could pay off at the Tour de France.
Canadian climber to act superdomestique for Froome and lead team's monument ambitions.
Tuscan rider Alberto Bettiol just missed the podium for EF Pro Cycling at Saturday's Strade Bianche.
Italian classics star hoping for home success in men's and women's races Saturday.
Budding Canadian superstar recounts how it all came together last fall in Italy.
When Mexico's best rider in generations recorded an Adverse Analytical Finding, the news sparked a debate between pro riders, retired heroes, and coaches about the country's lingering problem with doping.
EF Pro Cycling’s road captain warns of mental burnout as pros face keeping the legs turning from January through November.
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Although the initial “alt-cal” received a lot of media attention, in reality, it was a fairly minor part of the overall Team EF Pro Cycling program.
Canadian star broke his femur just as coronavirus was closing down Europe. Now he’s back on the bike with racing on the horizon and a new outlook on life.
Villalobos recorded the AAF prior to joining EF Pro Cycling in 2019, however a yearlong delay in the anti-doping process kept the information from reaching team management upon his hiring.
EF Pro Cycling rider keeping options open for later in calendar, with Vuelta and classics both options.
Urán considers there to be just three economically strong teams in the peloton and fears sponsor marketing cuts could push many to the brink.