Andrew Hood takes a closer look at Peter Sagan's new contract with German team Bora – Hansgrohe.
The Tour of Beijing is gone, killed by apathy and an eventual acceptance that the fox should not guard the henhouse. But pro cycling in
The heat, as well as potential for backroom drama, should make 2016 Qatar worlds one to remember — or perhaps forget
Through the first four stages, the Vuelta a España has, for the most part, been dominated by fresh faces, riders new to the grand tour
The dusty lenses of time and nostalgia change our interpretation and our memory. Like a good wine, this Tour will get better with age.
Froome enters the final stages with a smaller gap than in either of his prior Tour wins, a gap that could absolutely be wiped out.
No one left the Giant of Provence satisfied after Tour de France stage 12. Cycling has another black eye, and riders were the ones paying
Maybe you missed it in stage 12's chaotic finish, but Chris Froome pulled a fishy move earlier that day at the Tour de France.
Though stage 12's Mont Ventoux finish is shorter, it will still be hard. The Tour de France, however, is now lacking something iconic.
Nairo Quintana seemed to be in good shape on Sunday, but for one reason or another, he didn't try to take attack Chris Froome