Improving weather should ease tension after an uneven and sometimes bizarre start to the 2023 edition.
Tour de Hoody: The world championships are among the hardest, longest days of racing for a reason, and that's a good thing.
This Tour reconfirmed that Pogačar and Vingegaard are at the very top of the Tour de France pyramid, and both are already plotting a rematch for 2024.
Tour de Hoody: Will a second Tour de France loss serve as a moment of reckoning for Pogačar and UAE? First comes the final push to Paris.
Tour de Hoody: Pogačar bites back and resets the scoreboard of this tightly bound Tour de France.
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.
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.
From a dropped chain to Roglič redemption: Inside the gut-wrenching 36 hours that shook the Giro d’Italia
How Primož Roglič won — and almost lost — the Giro d'Italia racing with a gravel-inspired setup.
The Giro d'Italia is stuck in second gear, and the GC brakes might hold until this weekend. Someone is bound to break through, but who will it be?
Giro di Hoody: Don't worry, the best is yet to come in this Giro. The good stuff always happens in week 3 in the 'corsa rosa.'
Giro di Hoody: Will the time trials take the air out of the GC fight even before hitting the Dolomites? It will for a few pink jersey contenders.
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.
Lefevere's quandary: Is there a 'next Tom Boonen' lurking in the junior ranks? Or is the 'Wolfpack' content to ride the Remco wave?
Tour de Hoody: The extremes are exaggerated to almost grotesque limits, but the 'Hell of the North' grips the peloton unlike any race on the calendar.
Tour de Hoody: From the beer tents to Van Vleuten's last stand, here's what I am following from Flanders Week to Paris-Roubaix.
Tour de Hoody: The arrival of 'monument madness' is a poignant reminder that Sagan's days in the peloton are numbered.
Tour de Hoody: The Slovenian superstar is rewriting the script of modern cycling one attack at a time.
Tour de Hoody: The WorldTour opener at the Santos Tour Down Under revealed some storylines we'll be seeing all season long.
Analysis: Jumbo-Visma packs the firepower and experience to target grand tours and monuments, but can the team pull it off?
Tour de Hoody: The pandemic prompted me to adopt five new habits that I don't plan on giving up.
Vuelta a Hoody: Putting Evenepoel’s stunning performance into context.
Vuelta a Hoody: There's a sense of anarchy this month that will only reconfirm La Vuelta as the season's most entertaining race.
Tour de Hoody: Across this Tour de France, US and Canadian riders are attacking and delivering results unseen by North American riders in decades.
Fireworks on the legendary climb confirm that a new generation has forever buried the tactics of controlled racing.
Tour de Hoody: Sepp Kuss defends his team's ambitious goals of the yellow jersey, green jersey, and stage wins.
Tour de Hoody: Team boss Rod Ellingworth says Pogačar will 'lose one day' and promises UK super-team will be ready to pounce.
The only thing that could stop the Slovenian slayer is himself as desperate rivals search for a weakness to attack.
Giro di Hoody: The race had its moments and delivered a thrilling finale, but lacked sparks to bring it to greatness.
Is Quick-Step Alpha Vinyl cooking up a secret plan to bring Cavendish, Evenepoel, Jakobsen, and Alaphilippe to the Tour de France? Let's hope so.
Giro di Hoody: These are hard times for sprinters facing reduced opportunities across ever more challenging grand tours.
Giro di Hoody: Nothing ever goes to script at the Giro d'Italia, and that's why this week should be one of the best of the season.
Giro di Hoody: The French climber seemed poised for more in this Giro d'Italia, and the race will miss his elegant, attacking style in the final week.
Giro di Hoody: 'Generation Pogačar' might be dominating the Tour de France, but this year's Giro is proving that experience and depth still count.
Fans shouldn't give up on this Giro just yet. There might be some boring moments, but the 2022 Giro isn't even half over. In fact, the fun hasn't even started yet.
Giro d'Italia lands back in Italy, Mark Cavendish's media snub, and why the peloton loved the ‘big start’ in Budapest.
Thomas De Gendt's been ‘racing’ non-stop for a year straight, Drone Hopper doesn't disappoint, and Mathieu van der Poel avoids close call with cork.
Giro di Hoody: The ever-expanding reach of the ‘Grande Partenza' are not only an important income source for Giro d'Italia organizers but push the concept of how far a grand tour can go.
Tour de Hoody: Who will have that magical ride across the cobblestones to dance with the very best? Nearly every edition of Paris-Roubaix delivers its fairytale story.
Tour de Hoody: Slovenian superstar could become first Tour de France winner since Eddy Merckx to win De Ronde if he delivers Sunday.
Tour de Hoody: Ineos Grenadiers isn't winning on pure brawn anymore, it's winning with finesse.
The 'Race to the Sun' and the 'Race of the Two Seas' are among cycling's most prestigious races and are deservedly back in the spotlight this week.
Tour de Hoody: Belgian classics specialist will miss Tirreno-Adriatico in aftermath of spectacular crash at Strade Bianche.
Tour de Hoody: Sneaky tech, altitude camps, and classics riders desperately seeking form all featured in the Ruta del Sol.
Tour de Hoody: A string of guaranteed start spots takes the edge off teams holding out for a Tour de France miracle.
Ineos Grenadiers no longer owns a monopoly at the top, but rivals will be wrong to write them off too soon.
Tour de Hoody: Here are five things that will make the 2022 racing season one worth remembering.
A muddy Roubaix, a miracle ride at the Olympics, a temper tantrum in Spain, the ever-booming gravel scene, what wasn't to like in 2021?
Once-mighty Ineos Grenadiers leaves the Tour de France with a podium spot, but for the richest team in the peloton, is that enough?
Colombian superstar is the calm eye of the Tour de France hurricane as he pedals within podium range ahead of two decisive climbing stages.
Why is the 2021 Tour de France so hard? Riders point to a brutal week 1, Mathieu van der Poel's early aggression, and Tadej Pogačar.
Many riders call the principality home for clean living, low taxes, and high-altitude roads.
Some are worried that media restrictions imposed during the COVID pandemic will remain in place even after health conditions improve.
What happens when the Tour de France invades a small French village? Months of planning are over in a flash.
Though Primož Roglič remains the most versatile and dangerous among the GC favorites, did he already miss his chance to win the yellow jersey?
Some suggested that Movistar chased down Richard Carapaz on Friday to settle an old grudge, but those days are long gone in today's high-speed peloton.
Rivals could be running out of options to attack as the Alps loom with favorable ground for defending champion.
British super-team on its heels after uneven start to 2021 Tour de France.
Chris Froome once ruled the Tour de France, now banged up and bruised, he's racing to make the time cut.
Some see a relatively young and inexperienced UAE-Team Emirates as a possible opening to attack Tadej Pogačar if the wind kicks up later this week.
Riders believe an opening prologue could ease tensions in the first week. Richard Carapaz is quietly becoming Ineos' man for yellow.
Ineos Grenadiers is losing time on the splits, and the battle for the time bonuses is already heating up at the Tour de France.
Crashes seem inevitable at the Tour de France, but Saturday's pair of road-blocking pileups were even worse.
From the opening-stage tussle for yellow to a wide-open race for victory, this Tour de France is packed with thrilling storylines.
Colombian climber Egan Bernal is counting down the kilometers in the final mountain stage of the Giro d'Italia.
With Remco Evenepoel out of the Giro d'Italia, should have Deceuninck-Quick-Step backed João Almeida all along?
Egan Bernal bends but does not break as Colombian shows first chink in armor as pink jersey fight enters most dangerous phase.
The removal of two high-altitude climbs defanged the 'queen stage' of the Giro d'Italia, and revived the debate of what's safe and what's acceptable in a sport born on risk.
Egan Bernal appears to be in the driver's seat — will Monte Zoncolan crown him king of the Giro?
The Italian grand tour upped its game more than a decade ago, and now it stands alongside the 'grande boucle' with nothing to envy.
'Gran' Bernal delivers his finest performance since winning the 2019 Tour de France to gap rivals and tighten grip on pink jersey.
The Slovakian superstar counts on tactical expertise as well as strong teamwork to deliver sublime Giro d'Italia stage victory.
Smaller teams face an uphill battle against the WorldTour powerhouses, but sometimes the underdog comes up big.
The emerging GC battle between two of the peloton's youngest stars is setting up an epic edition of the Giro d'Italia.
Routing stages into packed European city centers means the peloton faces more traffic islands, barriers, and dangers, writes Andrew Hood.
From Joe Dombrowski's historic win, to Remco Evenepoel's roving media scrum, Andrew Hood examines the Giro's storylines.
Filippo Ganna's historic milestone; Sagan's motivations to win; Giacomo Nizzolo's streak of second-place finishes.
The Giro d'Italia serves up a rare treat of seeing one of the sport's legends square off against one of the peloton's rising stars.
Soigneurs have become janitors, fans now crowd together to chase water bottles, and everyone is grumpy about the 'super tuck' ban.