Gesink and Foss forced out, Dennis and Van Emden in: Roglič loses two key teammates for upcoming rumble with Remco Evenepoel.
Veteran domestique denied breakaway victory after spending previous six years working for others at Jumbo-Visma.
Jumbo-Visma tops Ineos Grenadiers and Quick-Step Alpha Vinyl in Utrecht opener, with Robert Gesink scoring the first red jersey.
Jumbo-Visma favorite reflects on injury discomfort, Remco Evenepoel threat and how he got over Tour de France disappointment.
Three surgeries and years of sacrifice: Gesink determined to make Jumbo-Visma’s Tour de de France team
'I’d like to go back, it’s the one thing that’s missing with Primož and it feels like it’s really close to winning the Tour,' says Dutch climber
Former VeloNews editor John Wilcockson is profiling the Tour de France abandons. Today, Robert Gesink's bad luck on stage 3.
Here's what the stars said after a stage shaped by two huge crashes and one spectacular attack.
GC rivals eyeing last mountaintop finale at La Covatilla to try to upturn Vuelta a España.
Coloradan committed to grinding in the engine room at heart of Jumbo-Visma’s yellow jersey challenge.
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Andrew Hood breaks down the field and takes a look at who can derail the Australians at the annual WorldTour debut.
Years after bursting onto the scene as a promising youngster, Robert Gesink finally has his first grand tour stage win
The veteran sprinter is included on MTN-Qhubeka's nine-man squad that will line up July 4
The "Fab Four" could have plenty of company as they contend for the yellow jersey in France next month, writes Andrew Hood
Sagan surprises everyone by staying close to the climbers on Mt. Baldy and then delivering the GC win on the final stage
Frenchman Julian Alaphilippe (Etixx-Quick-Step) is sitting in good position among the main GC protagonists in California
Nairo Quintana took command of the Spanish grand tour Sunday, but his rivals — including Alberto Contador — are right on his heels
Marquee names are battling in the opening stages of the Vuelta a España, delivering on the promise of the season's most exciting grand tour
The Dutch rider underwent surgery to correct a heart problem last month
The Belkin rider failed to finish last week's Tour of the Basque Country
The pair was among several riders to crash and/or abandon the worlds road race in Florence
Sagan finished 10th two days earlier in the Grand Prix Cycliste de Québec
For one rider, a victory helped salvaged a disappointing season. For another, standing on the podium was little consolation.
Dutchman drops out of Giro, citing illness
Dutchman lost valuable time in stage 14 but sits 10th entering Thursday's mountain time trial
Astana rider's attack with 2km left in stage 14 allowed him to pad his GC advantage
Blanco captain enthused by rumors of U.S. electronics brands' team sponsorship and still hopes for a podium spot in Italy
We examine the top riders in the Giro field after the first nine days of racing
As at last year's Amgen tour, Gesink has kept up with the leaders and delivered a strong TT performance; next up, the mountains
Italy's grand tour has made progress in recent years to gain value and respect among the peloton
Our editors make their cases for the men they expect to battle for the maglia rosa at the 2013 Giro d'Italia
Preview: Tejay van Garderen, Andrew Talansky, and Robert Gesink are headed for a likely dust-up at the "Race to the Sun"
Breukink optimistic for stage wins, top GC result with Gesink and company, leaves Renshaw to freelance in the sprints
Gesink and Valverde are among the Tour hopefuls taking aim at top form in Switzerland starting Saturday
Peter Sagan does it yet again at AToC today, while Robert Gesink wins the overall after grabbing yellow yesterday
Dutchman returns with devastating stage 7 attack to all-but-seal the Amgen Tour of California
Dave Zabriskie enters Saturday's queen stage in California in pole position, but the 15-percent ramps on Mount Baldy will determine who holds yellow on Sunday
Peter Velits and Robert Gesink may just be the most dangerous men on the GC ahead of Mount Baldy
The cast of characters vying for the Amgen Tour of California overall changed Thursday, and a new story waits to be written
Rabobank manager downplays GC chances for Gesink and company
Sky can take green and yellow at Tour, says Cavendish; Gesink to race Tour of California; Voeckler clearing his head in Africa
Vanendert learning to race at the front; Nuyens out of Turkey; Rabo protects six in Ardennes; Kroon gunning for Amstel Gold
Eddy Merckx indicted on corruption charge; angry fan threatens to tack Flanders course over route changes; Gilbert still loved by oddsmakers; Gesink to return at Amstel Gold
Robert Gesink says the road back to the Tour de France will likely go through the Giro d'Italia next season.
Robert Gesink's yellow jersey hopes suffered a blow as the Tour de France peloton completed the first of two consecutive days in the hilly Massif Central Saturday.
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HTC-Highroad's Mark Cavendish scored a sprint victory in the final stage of the 2011 Tour of Oman as Robert Gesink wraps up the overall.
Rabobank's Robert Gesink extended his lead of the Tour of Oman on Saturday after claiming victory in the fifth and penultimate stage, an 18-kilometer individual time trial.
The two benefitted from their strong performances in Canada. Meanwhile, Joaquim Rodriguez is closing on Alberto Contador's lead in the rankings.
Russian challenger Denis Menchov claims he has the form to finally give his Rabobank team a reason to cheer during the Tour de France this month.
Menchov, Gesink to lead Rabobank at Tour de France
Gesink wins climbers' stage to grab lead at Tour de Suisse