Dozens of top-level pros are hanging up their cleats at the end of this season. Andrew Hood takes a closer look.
Frank Schleck will retire at end of 2016 after 15 years of racing, including two Tour stage wins, a third place overall, and some doping
Though Frank Schleck jokingly calls Cancellara a "diva," he says the Swiss champ is one of the best of all time.
Frank Schleck talks to VeloNews about his brother's bike shop, losing the yellow jersey to a teammate in 2008, and more.
With Segafredo sponsoring Trek for the next three years, team officials have more bargaining power as they search for another classics king.
Three new North Americans bolster Trek Factory Racing, which has a renewed focus on stage racing and a slightly smaller squad.
Fränk Schleck takes his first career Vuelta stage win as the strongest rider from the break, while Rodríguez rides into the GC lead
Cancellara is returning after crashing out of the Tour de France with a broken back.
The Tour of Utah heads into the Wasatch Mountains for what has become a defining feature of the race: its thrilling high-altitude conclusion
Schleck is using the weeklong Utah stage race to gear up for a run at the Vuelta a España, says he missed being in the Tour this summer.