Landa promises more attacks as bold tactics invigorate Giro
Long range attacks and aggressive racing have given the Giro d'Italia a serious shake-up in the mountains
Long range attacks and aggressive racing have given the Giro d'Italia a serious shake-up in the mountains
Joe Dombrowski is back in good form and hopes to fulfill a dream of winning a stage at the Giro d'Italia
Sean Bennett enlivened the break and Hugh Carthy moved into the Giro d'Italia's white jersey on Thursday. What does the future hold for this pair?
The Giro's opening mountain stage saw 'virtual' leader without helpers
The GC favorites are ready for the first major mountain stages following nearly two weeks of flat racing
Valerio Conti knows he's going to cede the pink jersey, but he vows to do it in style
French veteran Démare has strong words for budding German star Ackermann as he makes his grand tour debut.
The Jumbo-Visma leader is only too aware of the potential pitfalls that lie ahead in the 2019 Giro d'Italia
Race officials are considering options if the Gavia remains snowbound, but it won't include a second Mortirolo climb
VeloNews' man on the ground walks us through a journalist's day on the Giro d'Italia
With another time trial still to come after the Giro's mountains, Roglic's rivals have to both erase their current deficit and then put even more time into the Slovenian.
With Yates now 3:46 down on Roglic, Mitchelton-Scott need to go back to the drawing board and sketch out a new plan for the mountains to come.
Having not yet notched a major victory in Lotto-Soudal colors, Ewan's stage 8 Giro victory eases the mounting pressure.
In the absence of Tom Dumoulin, Primoz Roglic is hot favorite for stage 9's time trial. However, the hilly profile means GC contenders Simon Yates and Miguel Angel Lopez should be more than able to limit losses.
Team boss confident that what his young climbers lack in experience, they more than make up for in legs.
As if 239km ahead of a key time trial wasn't enough, there's forecasted rain and a steep, narrow descent on the run-in of stage 8
Knee pain and sore throat reduces numbers in UAE-Emirates and Jumbo-Visma teams at the Giro d'Italia
The front-end of the Giro d'Italia is stacked with long stages. What effect is this having on the racing?
It wasn't to just any rider that Primoz Roglic surrendered his pink jersey on stage 6 of the Giro
The weather has proved an important factor in the opening days of the Giro
Four more cyclists have been implicated in Operation Aderlass doping investigation. Durasek and Bozic also named.
Mikel Landa blamed Simon Yates for crash before issuing apology on social media
2017 Giro champ Tom Dumoulin loses four minutes in a costly crash with 6km to go
Despite difficulties with his form, Katusha-Alpecin officials had not expected Marcel Kittel's sudden departure from professional cycling
UAE-Emirates have withdrawn Juan Molano from the Giro d'Italia following 'unusal results' in the team's physiological testing programme
Fernando Gaviria found little cause for celebration in the way he landed victory on stage 3 of the Giro d'Italia. "Elia was the clear winner today," he says
With a series of sprint and breakaway stages before the race's next time trial, and the mountains coming soon after, the Slovenian could lead the race - and face all the extra responsibilities that come with it - for some time.
Mitchelton-Scott gambled on the weather and came out with the trump card of time splits for Yates to refer to in the Giro's opening time trial.
Primoz Roglic might have won the opening stage, but the Giro d'Italia opened with an old-fashioned 'polemica'
Announcement comes after series of inconsistent performances and simmering tension with team.
Landa is hopeful he's back to full strength in time for the Giro following an injury-plagued season
Previewing stages at the Tour de France is nothing new, but now more teams are doing the same thing at the Giro.
This year's Giro d'Italia is a race of two halves, with the second half building to a leg-cracking crescendo in the high mountains
Daryl Impey's 12-year career has been filled with odds-defying success and career-threatening injuries. Now, he's got his sights set on delivering the Yates brothers to WorldTour dominance.
The North American squad netted wins in Italy and Great Britain, and started Belgium's La Flèche Wallonne.
If there is a breakaway, chances are you'll see Thomas De Gendt in the mix. He's honed his craft for many years, and it's paid off with wins on Ventoux and the Stelvio.
For the first time in 27 years, Liège-Bastogne-Liège ends with a flat finish, not an uphill kick, and that's expected to spice up a race that has grown stale in recent years.
After a number of close calls this spring, Jakob Fuglsang hopes his strong form can carry him to an even better result at Liège — one ahead of Julian Alaphilippe.
The Dutch national team is holding a spot for Mathieu van der Poel, and the coach says the 2019 Yorkshire course is ideally suited for the multi-discipline star.
After a brilliant start to his spring, Julian Alaphilippe hopes to return to his winning ways at Flèche Wallonne, facing off against world champ Alejandro Valverde.
Despite growing interest from WorldTour teams, and the potential to earn millions as a full-time road racer, van der Poel is content to return to 'cross and MTB.
Chris Froome and Vincenzo Nibali will have a rare encounter at Tour of the Alps, which will tease the Tour de France matchup anticipated this summer.
Citing fatigue from Paris-Roubaix, Peter Sagan pulls the plug on Amstel Gold Race, hoping to salvage spring classics season at Liège-Bastogne-Liège.
Even though he lost a close sprint to upstart Mathieu van der Poel at Brabantse Pijl, Alaphilippe rolls into Amstel Gold Race with confidence.
Sunday is the last chance for road fans to see Mathieu van der Poel mix it up at the front, and he's expected to put on a show at Amstel Gold Race.
After 10 years representing Team Sky, Chris Froome hopes to give his outgoing sponsor a winning send-off at the mountainous Tour of the Alps.
Riders are concerned that over-eager fans seeking the perfect cycling photo are making dangerous races even riskier.
Paris-Roubaix is always a rough ride across the cobbles in Northern France, but it was a particularly painful day for Tiesj Benoot and Iljo Keisse.
The cycling equivalent to a mid-life crisis leads Gilbert to the cobbled classics, and in a span of just 24 months, he wins cycling's two biggest monument classics.
Chasing the pavé is an annual rite of spring for many cycling photographers. It’s an intense and wildly rewarding day in the car in pursuit of cycling’s 'Hell of the North.'
The pavé may lay in France, but Paris-Roubaix is seen as a Flemish race by even the most Belgian of racers.
Due to their length, the five monuments of cycling are in a class of their own when it comes to the physical demands. Paris-Roubaix may be the hardest of all.
Though Team Sky dominates the grand tours, it has struggled to shine in the northern classics. The team has never won a Paris-Roubaix title. Could this be the year?
The Deceuninck-Quick-Step team of Patrick Lefevere continues to dominate the classics season. With so many stars all vying for wins, how do they do it?
Van Aert has rewarded his team's backing with impressive performances through the classics. With proven ability on the cobbles, he is more than ready for Roubaix.
With its punishing pavé and hard-man racing style, Paris-Roubaix favors the toughest men in the peloton. We look at five dark horses for Sunday.
The WorldTour may have to wait a little longer to see Mathieu van der Poel's true potential as the Dutch champ will return to mountain biking, focusing on the Olympics.
With a long list of contenders, a tough ride over the Muur that split the peloton, and an uncooperative chase, Alberto Bettiol seized the moment — and the victory.
The Belgian super-team takes a chance on a Tour of Flanders rookie, and the young Dane delivers a second-place result with a surprise solo attack.
World champion Alejandro Valverde delighted in his Flanders debut, exceeding expectations to make the group of favorites and sprint to eighth.
Although not in Flanders-winning form of 2016, Sagan and his team remain confident for Roubaix and Liège.
Key to success in Flanders is not the power over the bergs, but the sprint going into them, with course knowledge being vital.
Decision to race through to Liège means Sagan is only approaching peak form, but team and rivals still see him as Flanders threat.
Even though the Belgian super-team missed out at Gent-Wevelgem, its deep bench of classics men ride into the season's most important race with confidence.
Since he was young, Greg Van Avermaet has dreamed of winning Flanders. He has come close on several occasions but is still on a quest to win De Ronde.
Finally rediscovering his old form, Degenkolb might be in the picture at Tour of Flanders, especially given his team's recent show of strength.
All signs point toward a wide-open race at Tour of Flanders with favorites like Sagan and Van Avermaet facing off with up-and-comers from the 'cross scene.
Still searching for the spark that got him onto the Sanremo and Flanders podiums, Heinrich Haussler relies on experience and race smarts at Flanders and Roubaix.
It is a logistical puzzle to run men's and women's races concurrently on the same course, but it can give the women's race greater visibility.
World champion Alejandro Valverde will make his debut at Tour of Flanders Sunday, expecting to soak in the experience rather than sprint for a win.
Wednesday's Dwars door Vlaanderen should be a wide-open opportunity for riders who usually live in the shadows of Flanders favorites.
Rivals are flummoxed by Deceuninck-Quick-Step's control of the classics, but longer, harder races like Roubaix and Flanders may offer new chances.
Isolated in the key moments of Gent-Wevelgem, Greg Van Avermaet left wondering how CCC will ride at Tour of Flanders, his key season goal.
Although Gent-Wevelgem isn't generally regarded as the hardest race of the cobbled classics, the peloton made the 2019 edition a bruising brawl.
Just as Sky dominate the grand tours, Quick-Step rule over classics through an absence of ego and focus on unity.
Changes to parcours to make 'mini-Flanders' more challenging makes it a perfect barometer of strength prior to the cobbled monuments.
Luck, legs, teammates and know-how coming together perfectly mean Stybar goes into Flanders one of the hot favorites.
Ardennes specialist Bob Jungels, winner of Liege 2018, turns over a new leaf at E3, proving to be a valuable teammate and even a threat to win on cobbles.
Former E3 winner Peter Sagan says his form is on track, but a late-race mechanical ruins his outing in Harelbeke, Belgium.
The E3 BinkBank Classic is the gateway to a crush of cobbled one-day races in Flanders. It's not as prestigious as De Ronde, but still is coveted by top pros.