Looking for a team to cheer for in 2017? Here are 11 of our favorites, and why you might pick one as your new favorite team.
Movistar could be poised for an unbelievable 2017 if Nairo Quintana can deliver on his Giro-Tour double plan and Valverde keeps winning.
The Swiss squad has riders of all nationalities, including top American Tejay van Garderen and Tasmanian Richie Porte.
The South African-registered squad is based around sprinter Mark Cavendish.
The American-registered squad has some big names on its roster, including seven-time grand tour winner Alberto Contador.
The bad vibes surrounding this team's ownership are too extreme to shake. Human rights violations? That's a whole new level of bad for
It used to be called Lampre – Merida, then it was TJ Sport. UAE Abu Dhabi has some work to do if it wants to appeal to fans.
From Andrew Hood's first Giro d'Italia (1996) to cyclocross' motor cheating scandal, here are our top opinion stories of 2016.
There is so much smoke around Team Sky that cycling can't help but cough. The Fluimucil story is still full of holes and inconsistencies.
Maybe Astana should be your new favorite team — it's Cobra Kai, the Syracuse Bulldogs, and Ivan Drago all rolled into a nice teal kit.