Belgian Thomas De Gendt blasted an all French jury for naming Warren Barguil as the race’s most aggressive rider.
Belgium's Thomas De Gendt burst away to win the opening stage of the Critérium du Dauphiné, a 170.5km ride around Saint-Étienne on
On this week's VeloNews Show: should Mark Cavendish stick around for the Champs Elysees? Can Tejay van Garderen rebound from his bad day?
Take a look at Thomas de Gendt's Strava data from his Tour de France stage win Thursday on Mont Ventoux.
Thomas De Gendt and Gert Dockx are injured after being hit by a car in Spain while training. They are transferred to Belgium for further
Lotto-Soudal's Kris Boeckmans spoils Etixx-Quick-Step's party, jumping the sprint early and outgunning Meersman in sprint finish
The Belgian, who finished third in the 2012 Giro d'Italia, signs a one-year deal
The Dutch-based squad is losing its main sponsor after this season and will fold
Evan Rudd enjoys a moment with Thomas De Gendt's Bianchi Oltre XR
Dutch squad will lose both of its title sponsors at the end of the season