Van Aert says hints of tension in the Netflix documentary does not reflect reality: 'The criticism should not be there. The atmosphere is great.'
Superb action on day two of this year’s race.
Thrown bikes, slammed doors: Terse scenes at Jumbo-Visma as twin Tour de France ambition comes unstuck
Van Aert loses opportunity, Pogačar nabs bonuses in frustrating second stage for Dutch dominators.
Eleven seconds might not seem like much, but the Tour's been won and lost by a smaller margin.
Neilson Powless defended his King of the Mountains jersey before an elite group drove to the line.
Another day of punchy climbs and explosive action in the second full day in Spain's Basque Country.
'This is a tough blow': Enric Mas, Richard Carapaz crash out while UAE take control in dramatic final of hilly Bilbao stage.
Yates beats Yates in brotherly sprint in Bilbao to open Tour de France with exclamation point.
Yellow jersey favorites push pressure onto each other ahead of explosive opening stage in the Basque Country.
Our reporting team will be on the ground all month sharing insight, reporting, color, and the occasional barb: So who wins the yellow jersey, and how?
Tour de France: Here’s what Vingegaard, Cavendish, Van der Poel, Pogačar say ahead of the grand départ
How is Pogačar's wrist? Does Cavendish believe in number 35? Is Van der Poel hunting green? We got the answers to all the big questions.
Winning a stage, hitting the podium, or claiming the 'maillot jaune' are at an absolute premier every July: Here are the leaders for every team and their chances of striking Tour gold.
The 2019 Tour de France winner returns for his first grand tour since his near-fatal crash early in 2022: 'Be strong, because life only comes to us once.'
Longo Borghini, Skjelmose, Kopecky among other big winners in blockbuster weekend of national road championship racing.
Dygert and McNulty power to US titles against the clock as time trial racing across the globe sees the cream rise to the top.
Pedaling on eggshells: All across the peloton, riders are waiting for final confirmation if they'll be racing the Tour de France or not.
Can Vingegaard defend? Will Pogačar shake off injury? Who could play spoiler? Will Cavendish make history? It all plays out during three weeks in July.
After years of questioning performances, triple yellow jersey is cautiously optimistic about cycling's newest stars: 'It’s been really exciting racing in the last couple of years.'
Here are the threads that will stitch together the narrative in men's cycling's biggest stage race.
We investigate how and why cross-training, nutrition, and psychology have become crucial to forging modern Tour de France champions.
Tour de Hoody: It makes sense that they're bypassing July, but the Tour de France would be better off if they make late-hour surprise starts.
Lifting the lid on how riders peak for three weeks, why they don't taper, why Pogačar is sacrificing racing for training, and more.
A strong week across the French Alps could confirm his return to the Tour de France next month: 'We can feel he’s really close.'
'Maybe the wrist won't be 100 percent, but the legs can be': Pogačar choses training over stage racing ahead of yellow jersey bout with Vingegaard.
Anticipation building for June 8 debut of eight-part documentary series, Evenepoel puts worlds defense at center of ambitions after COVID comeback.
Pogačar vs. Vingegaard, Cavendish's Merckxian challenge, Sagan's long goodbye, US stage-hunters: Here are five story lines that will make the 2023 Tour stand out.
Team performance chief lifts lid on Pogačar's physiological prowess: 'His big strength is his ability to recover and adapt.'
The 2022 Tour de France winner headlines a deep start list for the French stage race that always provides interesting clues about what lies ahead for July.
Tour de France: Tadej Pogačar back in saddle after injuries, Lefevere rules out Remco Evenepoel debut
Pogačar back on yellow jersey trail with indoor training bootcamp: 'I'm putting some hard work on the rollers, taking care of my wrist'
Eight likely Jumbo-Visma Tour riders head to altitude while Kuss races Giro, Pogačar reportedly training on the rollers after fracturing wrist.
UAE team officials confirm Pogačar could resume training on the rollers as soon as next week: 'I am lucky it was just a broken wrist.'
Remco Evenepoel roars toward Giro d’Italia after ‘saving’ Quick-Step again: ‘This feeds my confidence’
Reigning world champion oozing with confidence after delivering sledge-hammer blow at Liège-Bastogne-Liège: 'This is a big boost ahead of the Giro d’Italia.'
Two podiums and victory at Strade Bianche confirm Pidcock's spring classics pedigree: 'It's promising for the future.'
Slovenian star undergoes successful surgery, crucial pre-Tour de France altitude camps at question.
Evenepoel ‘magnifique,’ Pidcock ‘happy’ with first monument podium, Healy ‘gave it go’: What the stars said after Liège-Bastogne-Liège
Skjelmose 'disappointed' with finale, and Pidcock wisely chose not to chase and earns career-first monument podium: 'I think that plan paid off.'
Mauro Gianetti on surgery: 'Since it is not just one bone broken, but multiple, it will be a bit more complicated.'
A rare DNF from a crashing Pogačar opened up the race for a peloton full of dreamers, but Evenepoel crushed them all.
The Slovenian crashed along with Mikkel Honoré about 85km into the season's final classic.
Everyone knows the favorites for 'La Doyenne,' but who will scramble the script? The reigning world champions might have something to say.
Teams have thrown the kitchen sink at the spring classics with little effect. Our editorial team considers the options on how to unpack the Pogačar puzzle.
World champion confirms he will race Tour of Flanders 'someday' and confidence is sky high ahead of 'La Doyenne' defense: 'The ambition? To win, of course.'
The 23-year-old will lead Ineos Grenadiers at Liège-Bastogne-Liège on Sunday.
Evenepoel vs. Pogačar at Liège-Bastogne-Liège: Sunday’s monumental clash should set the tone for years to come
Tour de Hoody: Their budding rivalry will drive the narrative across the rest of this decade.
Julian Alaphilippe headlines a deep squad for the 'Wolfpack' to take on Pogačar at 'La Doyenne.'
Riders admit the race is on for second behind Tadej Pogačar: ‘Someone has to be first among the mortals’
What can anyone do against Pogačar? 'With the way he is racing right now, second is a victory for everyone else.'
Despite expectations of long-distance attacks, the race unfolded according to the traditional playbook.
Timing and positioning are the keys to unraveling the secrets of the classics' most painful finale.
Messing up the Muur and the might of Evenepoel stand in Pogačar's way of becoming the first rider in 12 years to sweep Amstel, Flèche, Liège.
Ineos Grenadiers star hangs on for third after struggling in final 10km: 'I just had nothing left there in the end.'
VN ticker: Deignan returns at Flèche, Evenepoel braced for battle with Pogačar at Liège, Wærenskjold extends
Here's the news making headlines on Monday, April 17.
Race boss Leo van Vliet questions slipstream advantage provided by lead car's close-drive: 'I raced myself and I can't imagine it.'
Pogačar adds hilly classic to his huge palmarès with 28km solo raid, Healy and Pidcock complete the podium.
UAE superstar wants to add Dutch classic to his palmarès: 'Tadej wants to win all the races, not just the Tour.'
Paris-Roubaix scrapbook: Exploding wheels, cobbled KoMs, the Van der Poel-Pogačar monument race, and more
Here's your ultimate collection of stats, stories, data, and snaps emerging from the fastest ever 'Hell of the North.'
Paris-Roubaix ticker: Van der Poel misses ‘partner in crime’ Pogačar, special helmets for Jumbo-Visma, Trentin leads UAE
Follow all the headlines for the women's and men's Paris-Roubaix this weekend.
Commentary: Pogačar should strike while the iron is hot and divebomb into the 'Hell of the North' this weekend.
After being dropped and then losing the sprint for the Ronde podium, Van Aert rebounds for Roubaix: 'I’ll turn that page. This week there’s another chance.'
Tour of Flanders scrapbook: Pogačar’s lost KoMs, 400 watts for too long, nu-metal vibes, and winner’s fries
Here are some of the best stories, takeaways, and oddities coming out of a Ronde for the record books.
Dutchman said he rode faster than ever at the Tour of Flanders but he couldn't keep up with Pogačar.
With victories at Tour of Flanders, Liège-Bastogne-Liège, and Il Lombardia, speculation already swirls about Pogačar pulling a monument sweep.
After two crashes and a lost bike computer, US star continues standout season with fifth on Ronde debut.
Pogačar drops Van der Poel to become first Tour de France winner since Eddy Merckx to win Flanders. Mads Pedersen hits third.
De Ronde is underway, and the talk in Bruges was all about trying to foil the 'big three': 'If you want to win you're going to have to attack.'
Tour of Flanders ticker: SD Worx with triple threat, Trek Segafredo ready, Pidcock bounces back, Simmons sits out
Follow all the men's and women's headlines going into Sunday's Tour of Flanders.
After thrilling contests at Milan-San Remo and the E3 Saxo Classic, cycling's 'Three Kings' are back at it again at Flanders' Finest.
The VeloNews editors pick their favorites for the men's and women's races. Who's your tip?
A handful of chasing teams hung tough this spring against the Pogačar, Van Aert, Van der Poel onslaught. Can they rewrite the script Sunday?
Van der Poel not letting down his guard against Van Aert, Pogačar: ‘They are both dangerous in their own way’
Two-time Tour of Flanders winner retreated to Spain to prepare for De Ronde and to search for 'freshness' for Paris-Roubaix next week.
'On Sunday everyone will start from scratch again': Why anything less than victory for Van Aert at De Ronde may be deemed a failure.
The peloton's top stars descent on Belgium for Flanders' Finest.
‘The boss is here’: Ineos Grenadiers looks to Tom Pidcock to crack ‘the galacticos’ at Tour of Flanders
'It gives us a different edge having him back': Analysis – Can Pidcock deliver on Ineos' faith against Van Aert, Van der Poel, Pogačar at De Ronde?
Here's all the news ahead of E3 Saxo Bank Classic and Gent-Wevelgem.
E3 Saxo scrapbook: Bathroom bonuses, Pogačar’s Flanders tribute, chain oil-gate, Movistar Quick-Step? and more
Here are some of the best stories, takeaways and oddities coming out of 'The mini Tour of Flanders' that you might have missed.
Tour of Flanders is up next and the defending champion knows he's ready: 'These are the two guys I expect to feature up front in the Ronde.'
Even admitting he wasn't the strongest Friday makes his win against Van der Poel and Pogačar all the more sweeter: 'It's the victory that counts.'
E3 Saxo Classic: What Tadej Pogačar, Mathieu van der Poel, Matej Mohorič said after De Ronde preview
Here's what the protagonists said after Wout van Aert sprinted for the spoils in Harelbeke's 'mini Tour of Flanders.'
Matteo Jorgenson fourth at E3 Saxo Classic is best by US rider: ‘I came to Belgium just for this race’
Fourth at the 'Little Tour of Flanders' bodes well for the real thing at De Ronde next week.
American racer Matteo Jorgenson claims fourth place in debut appearance.