With less recovery time between the Giro and Tour in 2019, it is unlikely any heavy hitters will try to win the overall in both.
The Australian outfit is a perfect fit for the American all-rounder, who can support Yates or Chaves in the mountains at grand tours.
After a life-altering crash while training in June, Vogel returns to Berlin velodrome, receives cyclist of year award from German federation.
After 33 years commentating the Tour de France alongside Paul Sherwen, Phil Liggett remembers his partner who died Sunday at 62.
The Colombian says he's not in favor of having multiple riders vying for the same win within Movistar, which was the case in the 2018 Tour.
Javier Minguez tells VeloNews the newly crowned world champion deserves several sets of rainbow stripes.
UAE Team Emirates brass say Fernando Gaviria's potential is unlimited, and as the team's #1 sprinter, he'll have plenty of opportunities.
The Italian won the 1999 edition of Paris-Roubaix and wants to return to the race next season to challenge for another title.
The 2018 Tour de France had its setbacks and frustrations, but some insiders believe the race is stronger than it has ever been.
The Spanish duo struggled this season at the French grand tour, but they'll return next year for another run.
Irishman finds freedom to bring focussed aggression at UAE Team Emirates
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World champion Valverde says a power meter ban might not change classics, but it could impact the Tour de France.
Riders increasingly seeking release from season's pressure of "too much Strava records, too much training, and too much focus on racing"
Team Sky continues to bolster roster with young talents, deepening its Italian ties with the signing of Filippo Ganna.
With the route presentation coming up on October 25, officials say they don't design the Tour course with specific riders in mind.
The 28-year-old raced to victory in the season's final monument over the weekend.
Lombardia hopefuls put their form in display in Italian semi-classics before Saturday's main event
Alejandro Valverde's post-worlds program includes Il Lombardia, a race that favors him, yet also one he has never won.
Woods could smell victory with 200 meters remaining of the world champs, but cramps caused the Canadian to "pedal squares" into third place.
'It’s time for a change,' says four-time Tour de France winner Chris Froome
David Millar says he does not expect to win upcoming election for rider union president
Discussions are underway to somehow bring back the rider-favorite worlds TTT in some capacity.
The peloton disagrees with the process laid out by the CPA for its presidential vote on Thursday in Austria.
LottoNL-Jumbo boss fears teams have limited voice in a financial model that is not working for teams or riders
The 23-year-old rode to second place overall at the recent Vuelta a Espana.
The Spanish team fell short of its goals to place at least one rider on the podium, although it won two stages and the team prize.
Vuelta boss believes in nurturing the sport from the bottom up rather than imposing limits
Yates balances aggression and moderation to banish Giro demons and become the first Brit to win a grand tour outside of Team Sky's structure
Yates's Vuelta victory marks a generational shift, with youthful pair Lopez and Mas completing the Vuelta podium.
Representatives from the top pro teams told the UCI they will not accept a proposal to drop the number of WorldTour teams from 18 to 15.
Alejandro Valverde plans to apply pressure in final mountain stages as Simon Yates clings to 25-second advantage in Vuelta overall.
Based on his experience as UCI president, Pat McQuaid says the latest round of reforms will favor Tour de France and other race organizers.
Alejandro Valverde and Nairo Quintana were second and third in the Vuelta entering Tuesday's time trial.
A key meeting this Wednesday in Madrid could create a rift between teams and cycling's governing body.