Geraint Thomas 'legless' in first summit finish, Thymen Arensman loses time as team scrambles to fill GC void for 2024.
French rider says last-minute changes in start positions played a decisive role in Saturday's elite men's worlds race.
The 24-year-old powered through mechanical issues to take his first first elite mountain bike world title.
British star adds XCO rainbow to Olympic gold medal and cyclocross world title in intense, hard-fought race.
Early abandon spells doom for hopes of becoming first male to win cyclocross, road, and mountain bike world titles in one season.
Messed-up sleep, fighting off sickness, damaged motivation: Michael Woods, Felix Gall, and Tom Pidcock on the highs and lows.
Pidcock leaves the Tour with lessons for the future as he strives to become Ineos Grenadiers' next yellow jersey.
Peter Sagan, the fading star that once lit up the Tour de France: ‘It’s sad people forget what he did’
After years of dominance, Sagan flames out in a race he helped reconfigure.
Tom Pidcock still recovering from overheating on stage 14 as his GC fight slips away.
High-profile segments are being raced faster than ever before as power numbers continue to reach higher peaks.
Podium push for Rodríguez and surging Pidcock as old and young Ineos Grenadiers riders feed off one another's energy.
Tadej Pogačar and Jonas Vingegaard are riding away from the pack in this Tour – here's how their rivals plan to catch back.
Action man Pidcock climbs up the standings, enjoying challenge of racing for GC and exploring limits.
Former yellow jersey dominator accepts it's a level below Pogačar and Vingegaard, but is plotting its return to the top.
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.'
Riders pushing for more safety measures after Gino Mãder tragedy: 'I'd be lying if I said I wasn't a little scared.'
Tour de France ticker: Security ramps up ahead of possible protests, Sagan apologizes after DUI charge
Follow all the Tour de France hype ahead of the Bilbao 'grand départ' on July 1.
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.'
Anticipation building for June 8 debut of eight-part documentary series, Evenepoel puts worlds defense at center of ambitions after COVID comeback.
Here's all the news making headlines on Monday, May 8.
Tom Pidcock, Pauline Ferrand Prevot outline spring mountain bike schedule.
Two podiums and victory at Strade Bianche confirm Pidcock's spring classics pedigree: 'It's promising for the future.'
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.'
A rare DNF from a crashing Pogačar opened up the race for a peloton full of dreamers, but Evenepoel crushed them all.
The 23-year-old will lead Ineos Grenadiers at Liège-Bastogne-Liège on Sunday.
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.
Ineos Grenadiers star hangs on for third after struggling in final 10km: 'I just had nothing left there in the end.'
Pogačar adds hilly classic to his huge palmarès with 28km solo raid, Healy and Pidcock complete the podium.
A handful of chasing teams hung tough this spring against the Pogačar, Van Aert, Van der Poel onslaught. Can they rewrite the script Sunday?
‘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?
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.
Who will be first down the Via Roma in the easiest monument to finish but the hardest to win?
Strade Bianche winner crashed twice during Tirreno-Adriatico and he will miss the Italian monument on doctor's orders.
From Giro-bound Roglič and Geoghegan Hart to Van Aert and Van der Poel heading to Milan-San Remo, here's what the favorites revealed.
Both walked away without serious injury but the spring classics implications could have been shattering.
Matteo Tosatto recounts key moments of victory: 'Tom never once looked back until the very final wall.'
MVDP downplays Tirreno-Adriatico expectations: 'The best version of myself is yet to come.'
Here's your scrapbook of storylines, narratives, and things to know after a spectacular day of racing in Siena.
Here's what the top riders said after the down-to-the-wire men's edition of Strade Bianche.
Pidcock jumped with 50km to go but it all came down to the final wall into Siena.
The Ineos Grenadiers rider begins his classics campaign at Omloop Het Nieuwsblad.
Follow all the action in the five-stage race across southern Portugal.
The Ineos Grenadiers rider believes Van Aert is the favorite to take the cyclocross world title.
Fem van Empel overcomes Puck Pieterse after four-rider throwdown in scintillating women's race.
Wout van Aert, Tom Pidcock, Mathieu van der Poel headline debut race at tourism hotspot in first Spanish World Cup in a decade.
Pidcock may not beat Wout van Aert and Mathieu van der Poel at the February worlds, but all of cyclocross loses if he doesn't start.
Ineos Grenadiers star will race only one more CX race before pivoting to the road and the spring classics.
Cyclocross: Two of the 'Big Three' sat out, and a familiar cast of characters filled the void.
Shirin van Anrooij cruises to her third victory in a week.
VeloNews' editors debate and dissect the biggest stories of 2022 in our own 22-stage grand tour of the cycling year.
Pidcock on his best race yet against the 'Big Three': 'I got a new sauna. I haven't used it yet'
Puck Pieterse holds lead wire to wire in the women's elite race.
Cyclocross: Clash of the titans lights up the Superprestige race at Zolder as Alvarado wins to narrow gap in series lead.
Shirin van Anrooij beats back teammate Lucinda Brand in women's race as young talents continue to dominate CX peloton.
Pidcock on sandy podium at Zilvermeercross: 'It will always be difficult for me in the sand. I train on it, but I'm not getting any better at it.'
Cyclocross: Shirin van Anrooij wins with Clara Honsinger riding into the top-10 with eighth.
When do the 'Big Three' face off this month? Here are the dates you need to know.
Ineos Grenadiers boots into regeneration mode in 2023 as it builds foundations for future Tour de France challenges.
'There are going to be some battles' — here's what the cyclocross stars said after Sunday's sandy sprint in Antwerp.
Van der Poel surges clear in the opening laps and keeps Wout van Aert and Tom Pidcock at bay in Antwerp battle through the sand.
UPDATED: Van Alphen blazes to win, Betsema slots into series lead in tight women's race.
Van Aert, Pidcock and Van der Poel cross swords Sunday in Antwerp in action-packed cyclocross weekend.
Pidcock, who is still close to his Tour weight of 58kg, believes he’s at a significant disadvantage compared to his much heftier CX rivals.
Cyclocross's "big three" are destined to face off Sunday in Antwerp.
Four-time world champion rampages to win first 'cross race in 11 months, Tom Pidcock suffers heavy crash, buckles wheel, does not finish.
Pidcock goes solo for first win in rainbow jersey and scores timely mojo boost ahead of clash with Mathieu van der Poel on Sunday.
Tom Pidcock derailed by catalog of World Cup disasters in thrilling near-miss: ‘I can’t help but feel a bit frustrated’
Cyclocross world champion navigates gear problems, a cobblestone crash, and a broken shoe in ride to second-place Sunday.
European champion wins tense battle with world champion in men's race, Puck Pieterse claims first World Cup victory in women's.
Here's a look at the cyclocross world champion's new rainbow-flashed bike – both with and without mud.
Reigning world champion Tom Pidcock satisfied with season restart on mucky, sand-packed course: 'I'm happy, it was not bad.'
All-terrain ace gets back in saddle with weekend cyclocross double-header after nosediving disappointment at MTB and road worlds.
WorldTour pros are casually crushing some seriously fast running workouts – but just how rapid are they, and why do they do it?
Pidcock will race his first cyclocross events since Fayetteville but still has not confirmed if he will defend title in February.