'Mattias has full focus here and we’ll go all in for a GC and we’ll see where he is after the three weeks,' says Rast.
‘We are still at the beginning of the Giro with minimal gaps, but I still expect an aggressive race,’ says Giro d'Italia contender.
Exclusive interview with the man who built two Australian WorldTour teams and shows no sign of stepping away.
'I think that it’s important for them to not only look after Carapaz but to keep Richie Porte on board as a GC contender,' says Australian.
Simon Yates could take the pink jersey soon after the race arrives in Italy. How will his BikeExchange-Jayco team play it tactically?
Ineos Grenadiers post four riders inside the top-20 but Carapaz loses time to Yates.
Richard Carapaz gives up 28 seconds to the British climber as Vincenzo Nibali and Tom Dumoulin shine.
Matt White and TT expert Marco Pinotti share their insight into the nature of the all-important 9.2km test.
The time gaps are small but every second counts at this stage in the Giro d'Italia.
Australian hits the deck after a touch of wheels, and Lotto-Soudal officials confirm he will start Saturday's time trial.
'It is not possible to finish the Giro if you also want to be in top form at the start of the Tour de France,' says Lotto-Soudal sprinter.
‘Because I was winning early, people tend to forget that I had a punctured lung at the end of November,’ says British sprinter.
'The level at the Giro d’Italia is very high and there are a lot of good riders but it’s important for him to see what his level is and if he’s improved,' says UAE Team Emirates boss.
Hugh Carthy and Magnus Cort headline American team for the first grand tour of the season.
'A career never goes in just one way and everyone has setbacks,' says Ineos Grenadiers rider.
Four-time Tour winner adds Vuelta a España to his potential summer schedule.
'Neilson has shown in the few Tours that he’s done that once he gets out in front he has a lot to give,' says sport director Charly Wegelius.
'I understand that I’m a very strong rider and that my next big goal is the Tour de France,' says Bora-Hansgrohe rider after huge Swiss win.
'He just didn’t have the power, he gave everything that he had. This was what was in the body today,' says team director.
'In 2018 I bombed out of Romandie pretty hard but the rest of that year went alright,' Ineos rider says of his own form.
'In my head today I thought that I’d either be there or be 20 minutes back. We’ll just see what happens tomorrow,' says Australian.
Jumbo-Visma rider on the cusp of his biggest ever stage racing win after fending off attacks in key climbing stage.
‘I’m confident that I’ll have a job next year and the most important thing is that I prove to myself that I can get back,’ says former Liège-Bastogne-Liège winner.
The New Zealander has won all but one of his team's victories so far in 2022.
‘I would say that I saw which teams can be trusted, and in 2020 which teams paid fully the salaries that they promised, versus which teams didn’t,’ says Trek-Segafredo rider.
A look at the eight riders that Ineos Grenadiers is sending to the Giro d'Italia, from GC hopeful Richard Carapaz to debutant Ben Tulett.
Porte, Sivakov and Castroviejo add support but there are no spots for Dunbar or Pidcock.
British rider bounces back after mistake and crash on stage 1 to take his second WorldTour win in three days.
‘He’s talking himself down a bit but I think he’s just trying to take a bit of the pressure off. I think he’ll climb really well,’ Welshman says of Rohan Dennis.
American set to make a bike change in the final time trial of Tour de Romandie in hopes of building GC bid.
Australian targets Tour de Romandie podium as he continues to build an impressive body of work.
EF Education EasyPost down to just four riders.
Australian takes lead in Tour de Romandie with second on first uphill finish as he builds for optimum condition at the Tour de France.
‘I had some really good legs today, so I’m confident with that,’ says American rider.
‘I don’t have to be the leader number one but in races that suit me I want to get my chances,’ says Belgian rider.
'I think this is one of the best groups we’ve had in many years. There’s a good blend, Jonathan Vaughters made some good signings, but we’ve just had some bad luck,' Wegelius says.
Jumbo-Visma confirms interest in Paris-Roubaix winner and provides an update on Primož Roglič.
American finishes in the top 20 and looks to recover further as the race heads towards the mountains.
‘I hope to do my first grand tour this year but I don’t know which one it will be yet’ says Ineos's Romandie leader.
British rider checks out the cobbled stage of the Tour de France alongside teammate Michał Kwiatkowski.
‘We have the underdog role there but it means that we can gamble a bit and see how things are after the first rest day,’ says Zeeman
Welshman talks why there are more crashes, the mentality of younger pros, and Tour de France leadership.
Romain Bardet: ‘Julian Alaphilippe couldn’t move, he couldn’t breathe’ following Liège-Bastogne-Liège crash
'He felt conscious but he couldn’t really talk. I really hope that he’s OK,' Bardet says after coming to Alaphilippe's aid.
'I think that I might have used up one of my lives today,' says British rider as classics season ends with a crash.
Julian Alaphilippe, Brandon McNulty, Tom Pidcock, and Rigoberto Urán all involved in a huge crash.
'We go to the race with a well-balanced team where we can cover all bases,' says Matt Winston.
A selection of riders to watch from the men's and women's final spring classic of the 2022 season.
Canadian leads the line in a race where he's hit the top-10 every time he finished.
‘I’m fully motivated for Sunday. I don’t see this as a weakness. It’s a one-day race and this happens,’ says two-time Tour de France winner.
Bahrain-Victorious rider holds off a late charge from Valverde to win on Mur de Huy.
French rider dismayed by incident: 'I’m totally demoralized ... I don’t understand how we can do that.'
Here are 11 riders the Belgian team boss could sign to strengthen his cobbles squad.
Van Baarle delivers with anticipation and execution, Ineos and Intermarché shine, as Lampaert suffers, and Van der Poel runs out of steam.
Lefevere on Lampaert’s Paris-Roubaix crash: ‘In my time I would have turned back, taken my bike, and hit him on the head’
‘He might need a lawyer but that will be it. I hope he doesn’t sleep this evening,’ says team boss.
'When they went in the crosswinds, and split it, they took the opportunity. We’ve never seen anything like that in Paris-Roubaix,' said former Tour de France winner.
'If you don't know anything about the race, stay home. For me that is dramatic, because there was still a podium place in it,' says Belgian rider.
American rider carrying momentum into debut in the 'Hell of the North' with Ineos Grenadiers.
'The bigger teams, they can sign, retain and poach the best talent from smaller teams. It’s a rough game. You’ve got to be really scrappy,' says American team boss.
Italian wins via long-range attack as Kopecky and Brand complete podium.
'When I tested positive this morning, the world came crashing down for a moment,' says Dutch rider.
'Contract negotiation is about business. You cannot explain a season without results with two punctures and a badly timed crash,' says team boss.
From van Baarle to van der Poel, we highlight the key riders to watch in Sunday's final spring classic of the season.
Australian underwent double surgery this week and will miss Sunday's Paris-Roubaix.
According to the UCI president, Paris-Roubaix owner ASO is also open to the idea of moving the cobbled classic out of its long-standing spot in April.
‘I could tell six weeks ago that Quick-Step wouldn't win a classic,’ says four-time Paris-Roubaix winner.
New design will be worn by both the men's and women's teams this summer.
Belgian star to make racing return after missing Tour of Flanders and Amstel Gold Race.
American rider crashes on the first lap but holds firm to pick up potentially priceless points in the Life Time Grand Prix.
Russell Finsterwald and Alex Wild complete the podium in the first race of the new Life Time Grand Prix.
L39ION of Los Angeles announces race calendar, talks about resistance to their plans, and continues its own path.
Do no positive tests mean no credibility? Exclusive interview with the UCI president on what it means if the ITA isn’t catching WorldTour cheats.
Team cuts rider after just eight days of racing due to ‘multiple contract breaches.’
Pogačar’s tactics unravel with ‘junior error’ in sprint finish.
'It’s another learning experience, maybe dropping back out of uni and back to primary school when it comes back to a sprint for the finish,' says former sprinter.
Chris Froome to ride ‘The Migration’ MTB event, says ‘this is first time since Dauphiné crash everything is 100 percent’
'At the moment the Tour de France is a blank piece of paper. So much will depend on what happens in the next couple of months,' says four-time winner.
VeloNews picks out 10 riders to keep an eye out for in the second monument of the men's spring classics campaign.
Streaming platform insists that transparency and full access are vitally important to the project.
‘One rider was arrested and beaten. Others were visited by the Taliban. We need to raise the funds to safeguard them and try and get them out,’ said evacuation coordinator.