Bora – Hansgrohe manager Ralph Denk emphasizes team's wealth of talent beyond newly signed star Peter Sagan
Giro d'Italia organizers are making sure the 100th edition is the best ever. Here are five keys to the Italian grand tour's centenary.
In an emotional and dramatic farewell race at the London velodrome, Tour champ Bradley Wiggins hints he may carry on racing.
Vincenzo Nibali gears up to start the new year with a new team, and insists he's just one of several talents on the roster
Esteban Chaves and the Yates twins, Adam and Simon, are all capable of winning a grand tour.
The Italian from Sardinia has raced the Giro three times and is likely to return for the 100th edition next year.
Giro race director Mauro Vegni expects the 2017 edition of the grand tour to attract top stars, and he hopes Chris Froome is one of them.
The 2017 edition will visit 17 of the country's regions and includes five summit finishes and more TT kilometers than the Tour de France.
John Degenkolb closes out a five-year run with Giant – Alpecin in Abu Dhabi excited for a fresh start with Trek – Segafredo
After penning a letter that brought the adoption of disc brakes by the pro peloton to a grinding halt, Ventoso appears to be coming around