From Tour de France green to Paris-Roubaix perfection, Sagan's all-terrain talent and sponsor savvy paved the way for riders like Van Aert, Van der Poel.
It's the second win this week for Intermarché in a day of cold and rain.
The 24-year-old eyes up a return to Itzulia Basque country after missing out due to COVID in 2022.
The prolific and popular star says he will finish out the season on the road and transition to mountain bike for the 2024 Olympic Games.
Jumbo-Visma says that the defending world champion has a 'constriction of her pelvic artery.'
Expect nothing but fireworks and fun from the first Grasshopper Adventure Series event of the season.
Analysis: Life in the fast lane is more crowded than ever, but a new obsession with WorldTour points will mean more support for sprinters.
Here are all the teams that will race over the 'pave' in early April.
VN ticker: Richeze retires after Cavendish move, doctor defends López, Vårgårda WestSweden WWT races canceled
Here's what's making headlines on Thursday, January 26.
The American racer had 12 fibroids removed from her uterus after suffering from crippling digestion issues.
Gaudu says he and Démare are 'on a crusade' and that he doesn't want the sprinter at the Tour de France. He later apologizes.
Colombian ace kicks to first victory since joining Movistar.
The US-based triathlete has signed with Canyon Bicycles to take on the Life Time Grand Prix series.
After top ride at WorldTour opener, Sheffield steels for major run from Strade Bianche to Liège-Bastogne-Liège.
The Frenchman is kickstarting his 2023 campaign in Mallorca after a year marked by injuries.
VN ticker: Bernal marks a year after crash, McNulty crashes out of Mallorca, Lifeplus-Wahoo unveils new roster
Here's the news making the headlines on Wednesday, January 25.
The Trek-Segafredo rider is still plotting a return to racing in May after having her second child.
The American attacked from the group inside the final kilometer to take his first pro win since 2021.
There is a lot more to improving your climbing that getting stronger or losing weight.
Pro bike gallery: Sofia Gomez Villafañe’s Specialized Roubaix for the UCI Gravel World Championships
The rainbow-jersey contender is riding a souped-up road bike at the inaugural event.
The Australian is looking to put challenging seasons behind her after trouble with iliac artery endofibrosis.
The mountain and gravel cyclist turns to this lightweight bike for gravel grinders.
Host Ben Delaney interviews cycling's top riders, coaches, product leaders, and personalities. A new show airs every Wednesday, with check-ins with the VeloNews staff as they chase bike races around the globe.
Periodization is a foundational concept for maximizing the time you spend training to improve your power, efficiency, and overall performance on the bike. This video series by Olympic gold medal coach Benjamin Sharp explains periodization and the four main training periods — and then Outside+ members can use corresponding training plans written by Coach Sharp that automatically sync with their bike computers.
Cycling’s odd couple Bobby Julich and Jens Voigt team up for a podcast featuring conversations with top athletes, coaches, emerging stars, and other newsmakers in the world of cycling.
All of the latest transfers in the women's peloton.
The transfer season is well underway after it officially opened on August 1, with several big names already switching teams ahead of the 2023 season.
Lorena Wiebes was one of the early movers after she decided to end her term with Team DSM early in favor of a contract with SD Worx. Meanwhile, Ashleigh Moolman-Pasio will leave the Dutch squad at the end of the year as she extends her career for one more year at AG Insurance-NXTG.
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New signings: Letizia Paternoster (from Trek-Segafredo), Amber Pate (neo-pro), Alyssa Polites (neo-pro), Ingvild Gåskjenn (from Team Coop-Hitec Products), Georgie Howe (neo-pro)