Evenepoel hinted at partnership with Soler, Almeida, Ayuso – but UAE Emirates could prove just as much an enemy as a friend.
Climber carnage at Ineos Grenadiers, more heft behind Pogačar, questions over Evenepoel, Cavendish, and all the other nuggets to know.
Coaches of Tour's 'big two' lift the lid on how fundamental training principles still rule in the biggest race in the world.
The two-time winner eyes up the final two mountain stages as he still looks to overhaul Jonas Vingegaard's lead in yellow.
Pogačar says his injured wrist is still bothering him, but vows his form is where he wants it to be.
Three teams have earned less than €10,000 across two weeks of racing, but the big payouts come in Paris.
UAE sends Briton up the road in podium bid after Pogačar 'cannot drop' Vingegaard.
Motorbikes booted off race for one stage and given fines.
‘Seventeen seconds is nothing’: Jumbo-Visma bracing for attacks from yellow jersey rival Tadej Pogačar
Vingegaard expects 'decisive' day as Jumbo-Visma and UAE Emirates share fighting talk ahead of Grand Colombier battle.
Tadej Pogačar and Jonas Vingegaard are riding away from the pack in this Tour – here's how their rivals plan to catch back.
Is Tour de France momentum swinging toward Tadej Pogačar? ‘The last week should be even better for me’
Hovering at just 17 seconds behind the yellow jersey, a newly confident Pogačar seems poised for more: 'I am feeling day by day better.'
Mind games continue between UAE-Team Emirates and Jumbo-Visma as Pogačar whittles deficit down to 17 seconds after 'small victory'.
Former yellow jersey dominator accepts it's a level below Pogačar and Vingegaard, but is plotting its return to the top.
UAE-Team Emirates management on letting Hindley off the leash and defending champion Vingegaard's 'impressive' strength.
Twins for the win: the Yates brothers' wild ride to chase the yellow jersey on stage 1 of the Tour de France.
We investigate how and why cross-training, nutrition, and psychology have become crucial to forging modern Tour de France champions.
Lifting the lid on how riders peak for three weeks, why they don't taper, why Pogačar is sacrificing racing for training, and more.
Team performance chief lifts lid on Pogačar's physiological prowess: 'His big strength is his ability to recover and adapt.'
Slovenian star undergoes successful surgery, crucial pre-Tour de France altitude camps at question.
Mauro Gianetti on surgery: 'Since it is not just one bone broken, but multiple, it will be a bit more complicated.'
The Slovenian crashed along with Mikkel Honoré about 85km into the season's final classic.
The four-day Giro di Silicia is a key tuneup race for the upcoming Giro d'Italia.
Colombian is left with a broken toe and concussion after driver turns into him while on training ride.
Here's what's making headlines on Monday, March 20.
Tour de Hoody: The Slovenian superstar is rewriting the script of modern cycling one attack at a time.
In a recent podcast, the retired pro suggested Tadej Pogačar could ride even faster if he was on the same material as Jumbo-Visma and Ineos Grenadiers.
Teams deployed an interesting mix of tactics in the 32km team time trial that turned tradition on its head.
Arizona star seeks later peak to season as raft of new arrivals intensifies battle to support Tadej Pogačar at Tour de France.
Follow all the action in the five-stage Vuelta a Andalucía across southern Spain.
Yates debuts for UAE Team Emirates at its home race and carries the burden of filling the boots of two-time champion Tadej Pogačar.
Slovenian dusts everyone with 45km to go across Spanish gravel roads to win in season debut with emphatic solo attack.
The 31-year-old from New Zealand says he never gave up on his dreams after securing a WorldTour contract based on E-racing results.
George Bennett says Tadej Pogačar hungrier than ever: ‘Losing the Tour de France was best thing that could have happened’
'Tadej not winning the Tour de France was a watershed moment for us as a team,' says key climber Bennett.
The US rider made the most of an extended period at home over the winter.
Slovenian superstar spicing up season debut with starts at the gravel-loaded Jaén Paraíso and Ruta del Sol in bypass of UAE Tour.
Strade Bianche and Tour of Flanders are early season targets, but Paris-Roubaix is not in the cards just yet.
Davide Formolo makes plea in wake of Davide Rebellin’s death: ‘The roads are no longer safe to ride’
Italian pro helps to create a memorial for Rebellin in wake of tragedy.
Analysis: Belgian team comes out swinging to help ensure WorldTour future while powerhouse squads wait for more lucrative racing.
The 24-year-old eyes up a return to Itzulia Basque country after missing out due to COVID in 2022.
Three years after Vine was overlooked for a chance to race, the rising UAE star roars back with a brilliant debut.
The 31-year-old is taking has a big win in his sights after a few quiet seasons.
Here's what's making headlines in bike tech on Thursday, January 12.
The Australian former racer stepped back from cycling last year to focus on his health.
The growing gap between the WorldTour's haves and have-nots will shape the grand tour narrative in 2023.
British all-rounder insists there's plenty of room to race to win in the ever-deeper UAE Team Emirates.
The New Zealander says that his sister Niamh was a big source of inspiration and motivation during lengthy rehab.
The Vuelta a España podium finisher says that technology and information is helping young riders beat more experienced rivals.
Slovenian says he doesn't know how long he will continue to race after turning pro at a young age.
Spanish teen ace hopes to win the Vueta a España in 2023 as he follows hot in the wheeltracks of his illustrious UAE Emirates captain.
Marquee signings for new season both support Pogačar's Tour de France ambition and provide winning options all through the calendar.
UAE Team Emirates star says racing to win is a game, not some sort of way to settle scores.
Aussie climber talks of horror hotels and squeeze on personal spending in his opening seasons in the pro peloton.
Rising Australian prospect will debut in new team colors at Santos Tour Down Under and 'guarantees' he will not race the Tour de France.
The arrival of the Paris-Roubaix champion sees no conflict with Wout van Aert as Jumbo-Visma packs even more firepower for the spring classics.
The Australian pens a two-year deal with UAE.
He has good qualities for the time trial, and he can climb, so in the future he’s one of the riders that we think can be very successful,” Gianetti tells VeloNews.
Step aside, Jay Vine
The 30-year-old from New Zealand secures one-year deal with team after putting in strong rides on MyWoosh.
Double Vuelta a España stage-winner deflects transfer speculation after reports of move to UAE Emirates for 2023.
The Belgian looks destined to race the Giro d'Italia in 2023 but until he confirms his plans there's always a chance of an Evenepoel, Pogačar, Vingegaard battle.
The Slovenian is 'really motivated' to reclaim Tour de France title after losing to Jonas Vingegaard this year.
With just a single uphill time trial, the race is set to be decided in the mountains, where the climbs of the Puy de Dôme, Grand Colombier and Col de la Loze stand out.
The Colombian looks for a new challenge as he leaves UAE Team Emirates after four years.
UAE Emirates goes one-two in Italian multi-surface race and levels Jumbo-Visma's win-count for the season.
Juan Ayuso on 2023 Vuelta a España return: ‘After you come third, you only think about trying to win’
20-year-old sensation carries Pogačar-esque grand tour and Ardennes ambition into 2023: 'He is the example to follow.'
After the Jumbo-Visma to SRAM news, are UAE-Emirates about to switch groupset supplier also?
UAE Team Emirates hits another victory in the mid-week classic in northern Italy.
Fernández Matxín: No matter what the 2023 calendar looks like, Pogačar will 'try to win every race he starts' next year.
'From the first race until the last, it’s about having a balanced line-up for the team,' says Joxean Fernández.
'McNulty for me is a super, super rider and I believe a lot in him,' UAE's Fernández tells VeloNews.
Slovenian to close out another spectacular season with a pair of one-day races in Italy.
No comment on links that Jay Vine could join from Alpecin-Deceuninck.
British rider leaves Ineos Grenadiers after two seasons.
Grand Prix Cycliste de Montréal: Two-time Tour de France winner fires worlds warning shot to beat back rainbow jersey favorite.