The two one-day races will feature a star-studded start list, including some major North American talent.
Brandon McNulty and Matteo Jorgenson are also expected to start, though have not officially been announced.
Four-time winner blames mechanicals for derailing his Tour ambitions and he's now at home watching from sidelines.
A former runner, Canadian blitzes Puy de Dôme to cap unconventional road to the top of the WorldTour: 'The window to win a stage was starting to close.'
The American on Movistar comes up 500 yards short of winning on one of the most famous climbs on the Tour de France: 'I am happy with the risk I took.'
A dramatic day of racing en route to the Puy de Dôme.
Tour de France stage 9: Michael Woods wins as Tadej Pogačar gains time on Jonas Vingegaard on Puy de Dome
Woods caught Jorgenson in the final 500 meters after the American went on the attack with just under 50km to go.
There's a fierce debate behind the scenes about the best way to make an inherently dangerous sport safer without diminishing the essence of racing on the open road: 'More needs to be done.'
Velo ticker: Woods shows Tour de France shape at Route d’Occitanie, Van der Poel soloes to Belgium Tour stage win
Here's the news making the headlines on Sunday, June 18.
All the key details and pre-race favorites for Switzerland's second most important stage race.
Timing and positioning are the keys to unraveling the secrets of the classics' most painful finale.
After a slew of bad luck this season, including bouts of illness and crashing out of La Vuelta a España on stage 3, the Canadian is looking forward.
Pidcock, Woods, Teuns, Sheffield center stage for eight days of steep climbs and narrow streets at Tour of Britain.
Froome on ambitions: 'I hope to target one or two stages in the back end of the Vuelta.'
Spanish riders relieved to leave behind narrow Dutch roads packed with traffic furniture as Vuelta returns to Spain.
The Israel-Premier Tech leader is the second rider to abandon the Vuelta a España after Steff Cras crashed out on stage 2.
Though it's a thinner number compared to the Tour de France, the North Americans will be at the sharp end of the action.
The Canadian has a lot of promise as a grand tour rider, but he's only once made it into the top 10.
Michael Woods handed leadership for final grand tour of 2022.
Exact rider roles are set to be announced next week.
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.
Updated: 135 riders lined up for final stage into Paris as Boivin and Izagirre bow out; COVID-19 positives responsible for 44 percent of abandons.
A cruel time to quit the race for Israel-Premier Tech's Canadian climber. The team will race into Paris with four riders.
Tour de Hoody: Across this Tour de France, US and Canadian riders are attacking and delivering results unseen by North American riders in decades.
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.
The Canadian begins his search for stage wins with the polka-dot jersey on his mind.
The squad is hoping to earn stage wins from the likes of Michael Woods, Jakob Fuglsang and Simon Clarke.
Seven US riders and three Canadians are expected to roll down the start ramp Friday to open the 2022 Tour in Copenhagen.
'I’ve come close to winning stages the last two times I’ve done the Tour, but I feel that I’ve always been hampered by injuries from crashes,' says Canadian rider.
The team looks set to target stage wins throughout the Tour de France.
Stage win and GC lead for Canadian climber in France adds to all-star week at Tour de Suisse for struggling squad.
Chris Froome to miss race after falling ill at the Critérium du Dauphiné.
Analyzing the team's long-list for the Tour de France.
It's not a WorldTour race and the field wasn't incredible, but Froome is finally showing improvements after three years of pain.
'Unfortunately with the points relegation system we’re not in a good place right now,' says Canadian.
Canadian leads the line in a race where he's hit the top-10 every time he finished.
Kjell Carlström: Chris Froome still has the engine but we can’t plan on having a Tour de France leader
General manager talks about the four-time Tour winner and Israel-Premier Tech's fight to stay in the WorldTour.
Here's all you need to know ahead of the Spanish WorldTour race next week, including route details, who to watch, and what to watch.
Israel-Premier Tech leader finishes behind Valverde in Spain as Gee takes shock fifth in final time trial.
Israel-Premier Tech rider used knowledge gained from 2020 Vuelta TT to make the team's first win in 2022.
The Canadian rider out with the bug that almost stopped him from racing in the first place, while Guy Niv escapes broken bones in crash.
Vegan and vegetarian diets are becoming more mainstream – but does making the pivot to plants work for pro racers?
Canadian accent grows stronger with new co-sponsor and five of the six of Canada's men's WorldTour riders now on the team.
Michael Woods considered living off-grid in an effort to reduce his environmental impact, while cycling is for life and not just work for Alison Jackson.
ISN team owner Sylvan Adams is unabashedly pro-Israel but pushes back against the concept of 'sportswashing.'
The Canadian speaks about how he's enjoying racing more than ever, putting off thoughts of retirement and whether or not he wishes he'd started cycling at an earlier age.
We dive into the power numbers of Robin Carpenter, Matteo Jorgenson, and others from the Tour of Britain.
Olympic Games notebook: Communication breakdown won’t overshadow Hollywood ending for Anna Kiesenhofer
Annemiek Van Vleuten makes history with bittersweet silver, and Mathieu van der Poel revs up for mountain bike race.
From another costly crash by Geraint Thomas to Wout van Aert being out-maneuvered, here's what the starts said after extra-tough race around Tokyo.
Dan Craven diagnosed with COVID-19 after struggling for months to secure a vaccine, and finally got call two hours after virus positive puts frustrating end to Olympic dream.
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.
Here's the news making headlines for Friday, July 16.
Wout Poels, Michael Woods, Nairo Quintana, and Wout van Aert are all battling for the Tour de France's polka-dot jersey.
Wout van Aert, Michael Woods, Wout Poels and Nairo Quintana lock into fierce 'king of the mountains' battle that will highlight Tour's final week.
Many riders call the principality home for clean living, low taxes, and high-altitude roads.
Watch the riveting video from stage 14 of the 2021 Tour de France.
Pogačar brimming with confidence, Woods elated with polka dots, Martin vowing to keep pushing – Here's what the stars said after Saturday's stage.
Tadej Pogačar's early success puts him in a new position at the Tour de France; Michael Woods discusses Tour de France safety.
Canadian star says the now-banned 'super-tuck' isn't behind a spate of crashes, and puts blame on narrow roads, stressed peloton.
Chris Froome avoids any broken bones but is left battered and bruised following a high-speed crash on his return to Tour de France.
Michael Woods sees leadership, with Sepp Kuss, Neilson Powless, Brandon McNulty and Sean Bennett in key support roles.
Chris Froome lumped praise on his Israel Start-Up Nation lineup for the Tour de France: "It's really a cool group of guys."
Froome's captaincy role at the Tour de France hints toward his future behind the scenes with Israel Start-Up Nation.
Woods accepts that Tadej Pogačar, Primož Roglič and Ineos Grenadiers could dominate the Tour – but he also knows they can be beaten.
Rick Zabel will act as lead-out for veteran sprinter as Israel Start-Up Nation confirms its Tour de France roster.
Chris Froome will return to the Tour de France but not to ride for the general classification. The experienced rider and four-times winner will be the designated road captain.
Chris Froome will play a support role for Michael Woods, who has been named as Israel Start-Up Nation's GC leader for the Tour de France.
Four-time Tour de France winner still holding out hope for a fifth yellow jersey, but it won't be in 2021.
Israel Start-Up Nation confirms Canadian will lead instead of four-time Tour winner.
Mäder outsprints Michael Woods after the pair went clear over final climb of the day, Carapaz heads toward Tour de France tilt with timely victory.
Four-time Tour-winner expected to start, but is looking at the Vuelta a España as a more realistic goal as recovery continues.
The power numbers of Mike Woods, Sepp Kuss, Sonny Colbrelli, and more at the 2021 Tour de Romandie.
Welshman takes first GC victory since 2018 Tour de France, Richie Porte places second overall.
Mike Woods wins stage 4 of the Tour de Romandie.