Belgian star speaks his mind on possible merger just moments after winning Tre Valli Varesine: 'We are strong enough ourselves.'
The prolific Belgian franchise and its racing legacy could be shuttered if the 'mega merger' with Jumbo-Visma moves forward: 'It would be a shame for cycling.'
Beloki, Emond join EF as teams keep picking up riders to fill out their respective 2024 rosters.
Jumbo-Visma dominated the race to deliver the Belgian star to the line for his fifth win in 2023.
Will UAE Emirates Return to the Top of the Tour De France? Pogačar’s Team Goes All-in on the Long-Term
Mexican prodigy Del Toro joins through 2026 as Pogačar's crew turns to future winners to battle with Soudal-Visma merger.
Roglič and Jumbo-Visma rose hand-in-hand to the top of the grand tour hierarchy. Can Roglič fulfil his Tour de France quest without them?
Implications of a Jumbo-Visma/Soudal Quick-Step fusion would play across the entire elite men's peloton, and could leave dozens of riders and support staff in a lurch.
Lefevere Dishes Details of Quick-Step Mega-Merger with Jumbo-Visma, Expects ‘More Clarity by Monday’
Lefevere lifts lid on sponsorship structures, Remco Evenepoel, states 'letter of intent' has been signed on blockbuster deal.
The Dutch team completes a wholesale overhaul of its backroom staff and updates its roster.
Why leave the world's biggest team? Mega-merger threatens Roglič's Tour de France ambition, makes him financial pawn.
Belgian newspaper 'HLN' reports discussions with the UCI and key bike sponsors ahead of a fast-approaching October 15 WorldTour license deadline.
What are the implications of a deal? Will a new 'super team' lift the entire peloton? Or is it time for some budget rules? We dive in.
Rivals growing frustrated behind Jumbo-Visma's grand tour stranglehold, and there are renewed calls for budget guidelines or salary caps: 'There are few options for the smaller teams.'
Tadej Pogačar Hoping to End Season on a High at Il Lombardia: ‘One of My Favorite Times of the Year’
After celebrating his 25th birthday, the Slovenian superstar wants to carry momentum into a Tour de France rematch in 2024 with strong season closer.
Is Jumbo-Visma going to merge with Soudal-Quick Step? Former and present pros are stunned at recent reports.
Richard Plugge posts photo with Apple CEO Tim Cook amid merger talks and sponsorship uncertainty: 'We have a plan until 2030.'
Most riders dodge doing three grand tours in a season for fear of mental burnout. Not Vuelta a España champion Kuss.
'This year I'm just not there.' Van Aert rides out of disappointing season stung by a 12th championship silver.
Dutch outlet Wielerflits claims talks between teams are at an advanced stage. But several questions remain.
Belgian rider shined in the classics and grand tours as a support rider, but a heart condition puts an end to his promising racing career.
Analysis: The Angliru summit finale was the turning point in the Coloradan's eventual victory, and the Basque climber played a pivotal if unintentional role.
A custom Cervelo made for Kuss as Jumbo-Visma wins all three Grand Tours for the first time in cycling history.
There will be a lot of bruised egos after Jumbo-Visma won all three grand tours in 2023 and now the other teams must figure out how to beat them.
Jumbo-Visma earns nearly one-third of the total purse, while Astana-Qazaqstan brings home less than $5,000 in three weeks.
The Colorado climber is already a top draw in Europe, will a grand tour victory boost his profile at home? 'It's nice to see the reaction from the US.'
Other teams reported to have complained previously over police actions at the Vuelta a España.
Sepp Kuss and his Vuelta a España journey from helper to champion: ‘I had a bit of the imposter syndrome’
How the popular American climber earned the looming victory: 'Sometimes you have to stand up for yourself.'
Tactical trauma and P.R. problems taint history-making grand tour sweep and could cause trouble for some time.
Jumbo-Visma truce clears way for Sepp Kuss to win the Vuelta a España: ‘I deserve this leader’s jersey’
Primož Roglič, Jonas Vingegaard agree to cease fire as American zeroes in on historic grand tour victory: ‘It’s getting closer.’
‘I feel they are not being fair to Kuss’: Sean Kelly questions actions of Roglič, Vingegaard and Jumbo-Visma
Former world number one says American rider should be guided home to Vuelta win.
What is happening at Jumbo-Visma? Roglič and Vingegaard drop Sepp Kuss, but both say they want him to win
With Jumbo-Visma management not holding them back, Roglič and Vingegaard keep racing to win: 'It's man-on-man.'
'We will not put one of our own teammates in a less good situation': Did that happen Tuesday?
Belgian rouleur resuscitated at scene after being involved in crash while driving Tuesday morning.
Can Sepp Kuss hang on to win? Will Jumbo-Visma sweep all three grand tours? Tension is building going into the home stretch.
Jumbo-Visma coach reveals how Kuss balanced recovery and rebuild to blaze through Giro, Tour, Vuelta in one season.
Jumbo-Visma lands devastating blow with 1-2-3 on the Tourmalet that locks out GC podium, Evenepoel drops inside first 50km of multi-mountain stage.
Roglic inches closer to Evenepoel on eve of dramatic showdown.
Five-time Tour de France winner says the key for Kuss will be his mental fortitude: 'To be a leader, you have to be mentally very strong as well.'
Tour-Giro winner Egan Bernal says rivals are making a mistake if they overlook the Colorado climber: 'Kuss has the level to fight for the overall, that's obvious.'
Champagne toasts, media storm: Here’s everything Sepp Kuss did in his first day in the Vuelta a España leader’s jersey
What's it like to lead a grand tour? Here's how the Colorado climber celebrated his first racing day in his historic leader's jersey.
'This Vuelta still has a long way to go': Evenepoel has so far been resilient against Kuss, Roglič, Vingegaard – how long can he last?
The Colorado climber avoids late-stage traps to roll into Saturday's uphill finale still second overall.
Colorado climbing ace high-fives fans and celebrates victory as he comes within seconds of claiming the overall lead at the Spanish grand tour.
The WorldTour superstar raced two years for Rally to help pave the way for European success: 'It’s definitely more complicated now than it was for me a few years ago.'
Primož Roglič and Jonas Vingegaard biding time after bizarre and rollicking Vuelta a España opening: 'It could have been a lot worse.'
The 22-year-old is currently suspended by his Jumbo-Visma team following the positive from an out-of-competition test in June.
The Dutch woman said she had been 'in pain' and had a 'lack of power' in her left leg for some time.
The American has been Jumbo-Visma's lucky charm in 2023 and he's stepping into the unknown by tackling his third grand tour in a year.
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.
Vuelta a España ticker: Illness forces UAE to make roster change, Arkéa-Samsic switches kits, Dunbar eyes Giro repeat
Follow all the pre-race news ahead of the opening Barcelona team time trial on Saturday 26.
'I came here to improve, I think I did that'. Victory at Vuelta a Burgos sees Roglič swagger toward Vuelta unbeaten in season's stage races.
Team trainer lifts lid on framework that forged Vingegaard's yellow jersey dominance – how will it carry the Dane into Vuelta a España?
Michel Hessmann is suspended until further notice, team officials said.
Jorgenson joins Dutch team on three year-deal to add weight to calendar-dominator's classics and grand tour units.
The GC specialist spent many more days on his aero bike than you might expect.
From the Jumbo-Visma steamroller and Pogačar's panache, to polka perfection and Plan Bs: Here's a pick'n mix of talking points.
It's mission accomplished for the American climbing star with Jumbo-Visma poised to win the yellow jersey Sunday in Paris: 'I was happy to be there in a lot of key moments.'
Coaches of Tour's 'big two' lift the lid on how fundamental training principles still rule in the biggest race in the world.
‘When the lights go out, the lights go out’: Sepp Kuss on Tadej Pogačar’s dramatic Col de la Loze collapse
Jumbo-Visma's 'Mailman' retains top-10 overall while playing pivotal role in fending off two-time winner Pogačar: 'We knew what we needed to do to crack him.'
Now his yellow jersey to lose: Jonas Vingegaard tightens grip on Tour de France after quadrupling lead
Jumbo-Visma says that GC fight is now 'over' as long as Vingegaard stays out of trouble.
Head of performance Heijboer gives insight into months of preparation, bike change decision, and Vingegaard's aero gains.
American flying high in GC feels example needs to be made of crash-causing spectators and reflects on the special qualities he brings to Vingegaard and Jumbo-Visma.
The Iceman cometh: how the Dane shelved his race-ruining anxiety and learned to lead at Jumbo-Visma. Just don’t compare him to Pogačar…
Three teams have earned less than €10,000 across two weeks of racing, but the big payouts come in Paris.
Kuss remains 6th after escaping serious injury when fan taking a picture causes crash; Vingegaard holds yellow.
Kuss at center of pileup on stage 15 after rider collides with crowd-member's outstretched arm.
Motorbikes booted off race for one stage and given fines.
Jumbo-Visma hangs on to the yellow jersey heading into the first Alpine multi-climb stages of this Tour de France.
‘Seventeen seconds is nothing’: Jumbo-Visma bracing for attacks from yellow jersey rival Tadej Pogačar
Vingegaard expects 'decisive' day as Jumbo-Visma and UAE Emirates share fighting talk ahead of Grand Colombier battle.
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.
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.
Former yellow jersey dominator accepts it's a level below Pogačar and Vingegaard, but is plotting its return to the top.
Wout van Aert can win any stage type at the Tour de France. Most of the time he reaches for the Cervélo S5 aero bike.
A yellow jersey gained but precious seconds lost to Pogačar in Tour's latest twist.