We dedicated this week's VeloNews Show to Joaquim "Purito" Rodriguez. We've analyzed and ranked all of Purito's agonizing defeats.
After hemming and hawing over retirement this season, Joaquim Rodriguez confirms that he will leave the pro peloton for good.
Joaquim Rodriguez, 37, decides he'll race for one more season with the controversial upstart team Bahrain – Merida.
Saturday's Il Lombardia will feature two new climbs as organizers look to mix things up at the "Race of the Falling Leaves."
Dozens of top-level pros are hanging up their cleats at the end of this season. Andrew Hood takes a closer look.
Spaniard Joaquim Rodríguez finished fifth in Saturday's Olympic road race and then stepped away from the sport.
In a surprise announcement, Joaquim Rodriguez says Clásica San Sebastián was his final race in Spain — he will not race the Vuelta a
Joaquim Rodriguez rides aboard a stiff and aerodynamic Canyon Aeroad. The Spaniard will retire at the end of the season.
The 37-year-old Spaniard has finished on several grand tour podiums and recorded three monument victories.
A few riders could upset favorite Alejandro Valverde in Liège-Bastogne-Liège, but the weather could really throw a wrench into the mix.