Just to make it clear; John Degenkolb is sick and tired of talking about “the crash,” but ready to chat all night long about the
John Degenkolb closes out a five-year run with Giant – Alpecin in Abu Dhabi excited for a fresh start with Trek – Segafredo
John Degenkolb sprays his water bottle at Belgium's Jens Debusschere on a frustrating day for the German team in Doha
Trek will reconfigure its approach to the classics in the absence of Fabian Cancellara, with John Degenkolb leading the way
John Degenkolb will be taking over the reins as Trek's marquee classics rider after Fabian Cancellara's retirement
John Degenkolb and Koen de Kort will join Trek – Segafredo for the 2017 season and beyond
John Degenkolb is ready to move on from his time with Giant – Alpecin. The German is expected to join Trek – Segafredo.
With the trading season opening August 1, teams, riders, and agents are jockeying for position in the market.
After a life-threatening crash in January, John Degenkolb's perspective has changed. He's happy to enter the Tour de France as a team
John Degenkolb is trying to get used to shifting and breaking without using his left index finger — quite an adjustment in a hectic