Numerical superiority proves crucial for Lidl-Trek riders.
Tour de France stage-winner Hugo Houle will also start as Canadian races are back on calendar after two-year stop.
How the North Americans fared at the Tour de France: Attacks aplenty, an historic stage win and a top-15
Illness stopped Boivin and Woods at the doorstep in Paris, but the North American contingent lit up this Tour de France in ways unseen in decades.
Tour de Hoody: Across this Tour de France, US and Canadian riders are attacking and delivering results unseen by North American riders in decades.
Four-time Tour de France winner moves into 25th overall and says latest Israel Premier Tech victory leaves him 'speechless.'
Tragedy and triumph on the roads of the Pyrenees.
Hugo Houle vowed to win a Tour stage for his brother. The Canadian stalwart did that and much more with stunning solo win on Tuesday's stage.
The Canadian wins the attack-riddled 16th stage across the French Pyrénées while Jonas Vingegaard fends off Tadej Pogačar.
Day's escape move stays clear following crash by Caleb Ewan.
Seven US riders and three Canadians are expected to roll down the start ramp Friday to open the 2022 Tour in Copenhagen.
Riders continue to struggle with illness and fitness ahead of Sunday's De Ronde: ‘We are all chasing shape.’
Israel Premier Tech down to one, Stefan Bissegger out as Paris-Nice peloton hit by swath of withdrawals
18 riders drop out of Paris-Nice ahead of stage 5 with many citing a respiratory illness as the reason.
The veteran Dane sat on the sidelines as Premier Tech managment tested waters with several teams before securing him a spot at Israel Start-Up Nation for 2022.
Two-time Monument winner Jakob Fuglsang and Canadian TT champ Hugo Houle have signed three-year deals to join Israel Start-Up Nation.
Colombian climber is the sixth new rider for 2022 as Movistar moves past the controversial exit of Miguel Ángel López.
Sepp Kuss won a stage, and Brandon McNulty helped deliver Tadej Pogačar to the yellow jersey — crashes, successes and surprises were all part of the North American contingent's Tour de France.
Hugo Houle used to watch the Tour de France every summer with his brother who was killed in a hit and run in 2012. This year he wants to win a stage for him.
Michael Woods sees leadership, with Sepp Kuss, Neilson Powless, Brandon McNulty and Sean Bennett in key support roles.
Houle feels that national body is failing to support road cycling as budget squeeze leads to focus elsewhere.
Canadian rider tests negative as tension builds ahead of Tour de France about health protocols that could see teams ejected.
Canadian is latest WorldTour pro to test positive, and is in self-isolation in his apartment in Monaco.
The eight North Americans starting the 2016 Giro range from a former champ to four debutants at the Italian grand tour.
Seven North American riders will line up in Compiègne, France this Sunday to take on Paris-Roubaix
Canadian youngster signs with Ag2r La Mondiale for 2013