Cobbles in the Tour de France: a recent history of the blockbuster stages
A look back at the winners, losers and dramas from modern Tour stages over the pavé.
A look back at the winners, losers and dramas from modern Tour stages over the pavé.
With 26 switchbacks and its iconic 270-degree twist at the top, the road from Sa Calobra to Coll dels Reis is Mallorca's best climb.
Dozens of top-level pros are hanging up their cleats at the end of this season. Andrew Hood takes a closer look.
Frank Schleck will retire at end of 2016 after 15 years of racing, including two Tour stage wins, a third place overall, and some doping controversy.
Though Frank Schleck jokingly calls Cancellara a "diva," he says the Swiss champ is one of the best of all time.
Frank Schleck talks to VeloNews about his brother's bike shop, losing the yellow jersey to a teammate in 2008, and more.
With Segafredo sponsoring Trek for the next three years, team officials have more bargaining power as they search for another classics king.
Three new North Americans bolster Trek Factory Racing, which has a renewed focus on stage racing and a slightly smaller squad.
Fränk Schleck takes his first career Vuelta stage win as the strongest rider from the break, while Rodríguez rides into the GC lead
Cancellara is returning after crashing out of the Tour de France with a broken back.
The Tour of Utah heads into the Wasatch Mountains for what has become a defining feature of the race: its thrilling high-altitude conclusion
Schleck is using the weeklong Utah stage race to gear up for a run at the Vuelta a España, says he missed being in the Tour this summer.
The Tour has plenty of big name firepower, but there are several riders not at the French grand tour
A knee injury will keep Frank Schleck out of the French grand tour this year
Frank Schleck's recovery from an injury that knocked him out of Ruta del Sol is going slower than expected, and he will not start Paris-Nice
Trek Factor Racing officials are hopeful Fränk Schleck can return to competition in time for Paris-Nice early next month
Schleck has a leg injury following a late-race crash in the first day of Ruta del Sol in Andalucia, Spain
The 2010 Tour de France winner confirms speculation at a press conference in Luxembourg, citing a knee injury
With Bauke Mollema joining Trek in 2015, Andy Schleck's place on the team is in doubt, especially with his debilitating knee injury
Fränk Schleck has penned a contract extension to keep him in a Trek jersey through 2016, but there is no word yet if younger brother Andy will remain
Tom Danielson and Tejay van Garderen headline the list of GC favorites at the USA Pro Challenge, which starts Monday
Tejay van Garderen hopes to successfully defend his 2013 title with another victory in Colorado
With riders at the front for almost the entire day, Garmin capped stage 19 at the Tour with a victory by Ramunas Navardauskas
Trek is shopping for GC riders for 2015 and beyond, confirming that the Schleck era is winding down
"I believe I have good capacities and good legs," says 2010 Tour champion
Frank and Andy Schleck will start the Tour de France without any general classification hopes
Bradley Wiggins and the Schleck brothers struggled in Monday's third stage at the Tour de Suisse, casting doubt on their respective Tour hopes
Frank and Andy Schleck have endured setbacks, but both say they will regain top form
The Ag2r-La Mondiale rider avoids a late-race crash as Arthur Vichor earns the stage win in Nice
Fränk Schleck vows to make up for lost time after a one-year ban and a contract cancellation that prevented him from racing last season
Cancellara, Schleck brothers lead cast of veterans and youngsters as new U.S. team presents itself in Roubaix
Andy and Frank Schleck say they’re ready to prove to everyone they can, once again, contend for the yellow jersey next summer
The popular German is expected to retire from pro cycling at the end of next season
Trek Factory Racing prepares for 2014 with a handful of veterans and plenty of young talent
Busche is still the lone American on the 2014 squad
Trek Bicycle purchased the team from Leopard SA this year and will keep its international flavor for 2014
The Schleck brothers are poised to lead the new-look RadioShack squad in 2014
Brothers join Fabian Cancellara in the new project with RadioShack GM Luca Guercilena
Fränk Schleck remains sidelined under the current RadioShack-Leopard team structure
RadioShack-Leopard announced on Thursday it was dropping Frank Schleck days before his doping ban was to expire
Luxembourg team will not work with banned Fränk Schleck when he returns from suspension
RadioShack GM says Trek is in for the long haul after the team saw success in early 2013
Luxembourg businessman Flavio Becca formed the squad, which debuted in 2011
French newspaper reports the team could potentially fold at the end of the season
RadioShack rider given reduced ban in diuretic case
Fränk Schleck is scheduled to appear on Wednesday at the House of Sport Luxembourg
Fränk Schleck's entourage is expecting a decision from Luxembourg's anti-doping authorities in January
Fränk Schleck sits before the disciplinary group in Luxembourg for the third time, but gets no indication of a decision
The Schleck Brothers are our Disappointment of the Year, while Shelley Olds had the Mechanical (Failure) of the Year
Does Andy Schleck still have that big engine, and if so, can he make it roar in 2013?
Fränk Schleck is mum on his doping case, but is hopeful he'll be able to return to his RadioShack squad for 2013
Andy Schleck says he'll honor the two years remaining on his RadioShack contract and that his brother's doping case isn't about doping at all
Luxembourger faces sanctioning and looks for answers
Chris Horner says he's nervous at every doping control because riders don't know what is really going into their bodies at the meal table or on the road
Schleck awaiting his second sample to confirm his doping positive, Nibali still trying to win, BMC turning attention to van Garderen
Pau is a frequent stop on the Tour de France, and more than once has been the bearer of bad tidings
Fränk Schleck denies using banned diuretic, says he'll request B Sample analysis and will file a poisoning complaint if it is positive
With battles brewing on the road, in the payroll office and in the anti-doping courts, RadioShack-Nissan is a team at war
After leaving the Tour, embattled Luxembourger goes to local police station on his own accord to answer questions
Fränk Schleck's team said on Tuesday that its doctors do not used Xipamide
Elder Schleck brother returns positive test for banned diuretic
Beset by disasters the once-mighty RadioShack-Nissan squad turns its hopes to Andreas Klöden
Luxembourger dodged a bullet Sunday in Seraing and points to his history of honoring contracts when asked about rumors of a new German sponsor
Despite bad luck and rumors, Schleck says he and RadioShack-Nissan are in it to win it
From Evans to Sanchez, Wiggins to Menchov, we run down the favorites for the 2012 Tour de France
Schleck tries to seize the lead in finale, but runs out of road as Kangert claims stage win
Late move by Fränk Schleck and Levi Leipheimer put the two into second and third overall
Movistar rider dashes Schleck's hopes for stage win, yellow jersey
Bruyneel claims he never spoke with Contador's camp about signing the Spaniard and ending his relationship with the Schlecks
Frank Schleck has pulled out of today's stage 15 at the Giro - he'd been suffering from injuries sustained a crash Wednesday
Schleck blames Rasmussen for stage 11 crash; Rasmussen calls accusations ‘totally a lie’
Schleck says he’s not a sure bet, avoids confirming that he’ll ride all the way to Milan; no word on Armstrong’s Vuelta rumor
Top favorites for the overall keep the rubber down and their chances alive in Italian tour's Danish kickoff
Cancellara feels like a cycling tourist; Van den Broeck recons Tour stages; Fränk Schleck aims for Giro top-five
Fränk Schleck to lead RadioShack at 2012 Giro d'Italia
Schlecks and company return to square one for the Tour after classics disappointments
Iglinsky closes Ardennes week with another Astana surprise. Where were the favorites? Piecing together ideas for salvaging their seasons, perhaps
Andy and Fränk Schleck are determined to take another win at Liège-Bastogne-Liège
Disappointing day for RadioShack-Nissan at Amstel Gold Race, but Fränk Schleck looked ahead to Liège with confidence