The 25-year-old climbing specialist, who hasn't won a race since 2006, gets a one-year deal as a water-carrier.
Team manager Johan Bruyneel calls the three "classy riders" with "a lot of potential."
John Wilcockson, VeloNews editor at large, recalls the late French champion.
The Cervelo TestTeam exodus begins as Xavier Tondo signs with the Spanish squad now known as Caisse d'Epargne. Thor Hushovd says he's
Next month Canada will host the first ProTour events to be held in North America, the GP Montreal and GP Quebec. Horner, Leipheimer,
The Spanish veteran, who has finished on the podium three times, will be starting his third grand tour of the year.
With Alejandro Valverde on suspension, Caisse d'Epargne packs the one-two punch of Giro d’Italia runner-up David Arroyo and Luis León
Some of the GC favorites might have held their punches in Wednesday's stage, but fireworks are expected for Thursday's stage, said to be
The 2008 Tour de France champ still plans to ride the Vuelta for Cervélo.
USA Cycling plans to change the calendar to reduce travel, tweak the points system and figure out how UCI Pro Continental teams can