Spanish GC star finally put a series of grand tour setbacks and close calls to bed with third at the 2022 Giro d'Italia.
French rider back in the mix after taking first GC win since 2019 at Vuelta a Burgos.
Miguel Ángel López back from suspension linked to drug trafficking inquiry to take podium at Vuelta a Burgos
Colombian rises to third overall on final stage with the Vuelta a España on the horizon.
Ineos Grenadiers close out the final stage to seal overall title.
The GC will be decided Saturday in the fifth and final stage that returns to the emblematic climb at the Lagunas de Neila.
Breakaway fends off GC group to win over HC climb and Sivakov takes over leader's jersey.
Several non-starters for Thursday’s stage three a day after mayhem in northern Spain.
Jumbo-Visma rider Edoardo Affini called out the UCI and complained that the incident was 'unacceptable' as the injuries mount.
Timo Roosen won the stage after avoiding the late-stage spill provoked by an elevated pedestrian crossing within the final kilometer.
The Bora-Hansgrohe star dug deep to finish fourth in the explosive uphill finale Tuesday in a sign that things are on track for Vuelta a España.
The Bahrain Victorious climber pounced with just under 1km to go along the ramparts of the Burgos castle to fend off the peloton's top names.
The five-day race across northern Spain is perfectly positioned on the calendar just weeks ahead of the Vuelta.
Speculation about Bernal's comeback has been building since Bernal returned to Europe last month and joined his teammates on a high-altitude training camp in Andorra.
Astana Qazaqstan ends suspension after authorities fail to make findings, Colombian cleared for Vuelta a España start.
Valverde will race at the Vuelta a Castilla y León and the Vuelta a Burgos in early August ahead of the Vuelta a España.
Race officials at the Vuelta a Burgos confirm the Giro d'Italia champ will be starting the five-day race in northern Spain.
Sixteen riders all sat within 15 seconds on GC means final stage Sunday should be a stunner.
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How did cycling make it through 2020? Cautiously, and with lots of hand sanitizer.
From Strade Bianche to the Tour de France, the abridged, altered, and jumbled up 2020 racing calendar delivered some of the most thrilling racing days we’ve seen in a while.
Veteran sport director optimistic that pro racing will endure coronavirus crisis.
American back on form in Burgos comeback.
Belgian phenom is 3-for-3 in GC races so far in 2020.
A string of cases in early races reveal new reality of racing in a world pandemic.
Peloton takes confidence during first major stage race since March.
Remco Evenepoel leads the general classification going into Saturday's final stage.
It’s sometimes hard to remember that Evenepoel is only in his second pro season. Last year, he ripped the legs off the peloton on more than a few occasions.
Bennett, Chaves prepare for final showdown on Burgos' final summit finish Saturday.
Richard Carapaz says he is hopeful that the Giro d'Italia will go on as planned in October. The Ecuadorian will be ready to mount his Giro defense.
Andrew Hood examines COVID-19 safety protocols at the Vuelta a Burgos and interviews Sepp Kuss. We analyze every inch of the Tour de France's first 10 stages. And Tayler Wiles takes us inside her return to racing and women's cycling's COVID-19 protocols.
The Deceuninck–Quick-Step phenom assumes the overall lead, the white jersey competition lead, and the points jersey lead.
The COVID-19 pandemic altered pro cycling's calendar, and placed the often-overlooked Burgos Tour at the epicenter of the sport.
Spanish director says entire peloton shares responsibility to protect the interests of the sport.
All riders who've left the Burgos tour in precautionary moves have tested negative in follow-up controls.
Race leader Felix Großschartner stayed safe near the front of the group, and maintained his 8-second overall advantage.
Three Colombian riders found to have been in recent contact with someone who tested positive for coronavirus.
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20-year-old Dutchman underwent plastic surgery Tuesday night after severing finger in opening stage.
Spanish veteran pops into frame after long racing break
Henao also out after riders crash with about 50km to go in Tuesday's first stage
The Bora-Hansgrohe rider launched a successful opportunistic attack when the front of the race paused inside of 1 kilometer to go.
Team withdrew two riders from Vuelta a Burgos' opening stage for fears of COVID in false alarm.
Israel Start-Up Nation removed rider Itamar Einhorn from its Vuelta a Burgos as a precaution against the spread of COVID-19. Einhorn did not test positive, yet he was in contact with a teammate who did.
Belgian superstar Remco Evenepoel says he's become accustomed to wearing his protective face mask when not on the bicycle.
Chaves to restart season at Spanish race alongside Simon Yates and Mikel Nieve.
Deceuninck-Quick-Step staff plan to carefully manage 20-year-old's schedule to keep him fresh leading into first grand tour.
Teams, riders warily eye evolving health conditions as return to racing looms.
Smaller races drawing marquee names as anxious peloton prepares for first events in months.
Stars clamoring to race what would be first major men's road race since Paris-Nice in March.
WorldTour teams promise to be at Spanish race if health authorities give final OK in what would be first major event since March.
In Utah, Denmark, Spain, and Poland, the peloton's fresh faces earned breakthrough wins, which could indicate more good things to come.
Dani Moreno takes the lead on a tie on time with Nairo Quintana as Lloyd Mondory wins stage 5 in a sprint
The Colombian earns the stage win atop Lagunas de Neila to take command of the five-day race
Despite not racing since April, a defiant but overweight Carlos Betancur still has big ambitions for the Vuelta a España
The Italian holds off two Giant-Shimano riders to earn the victory
The Colombian climber starts Wednesday’s Vuelta a Burgos as the man to beat
The pint-size Colombian wins the finale and the overall, and will head home to a hero's welcome