The Belgian places ninth overall and wins the best young rider jersey in Argentina.
Nairo Quintana continues search for an answer to Team Sky, and he is unsure if he will remain Movistar's key leader for Tour de France.
After leaving Belgian super-team Quick-Step a year early, Colombian sprinter Fernando Gaviria has quickly assimilated to the UAE team.
French star Julian Alaphilippe is boosting his morale with success in the South American stage race, which he leads after four days.
The Belgian is making his professional debut with Deceuninck-Quick-Step, and he's already thinking big.
Keisse apologizes for incident that occurred Friday during a training ride with his team. He will be allowed to continue racing Vuelta a San Juan.
Sagan looking to get race kilometers into legs before returning to Europe for altitude training as he builds to Monuments.
The new finish for the Belgian monument could lead to a sprint showdown between Peter Sagan and others, other riders say.
The 52-year-old is searching for a team that will sign him so he can race Paris-Roubaix in April.
The 36-year-old Belgian has won three of cycling's five monuments.
Fabio Aru plans to spend a few weeks riding in and around Boulder before the Italian grand tour.
Andrea Tafi is searching for a team that will sign him so he can commemorate his 1999 Paris-Roubaix win by racing it this year.
One of Colombia's most recognizable pro cyclists, Urán expects a deep field and avid fans at the second edition of his country's home race.
The Belgian said he would like Sky to stay afloat, but with a smaller budget to make the peloton more even.
Lotto-Soudal team wants to give its young Aussie sprinter plenty of opportunities in 2019, and he is keen for a return to the grand tours.
The Belgian is landing on his feet with Jumbo-Visma after a falling-out with former team Veranda's Willems-Crelan.
The pair will target the general classification in the Italian grand tour, which kicks off May 11 in Bologna.
Agents with riders on Team Sky say they expect the stars to stay put as long as possible, hoping to help save the team.
Sky teammates Geraint Thomas and Chris Froome have both expressed a desire to race at the Tour next summer.
The Slovakian will race 2019 in a team kit, rather than the world champ's jersey, after a three-year run in the rainbow bands.
The first monument of 2018 was a signature victory for Nibali, but his team manager says it was unplanned — he won with guile not form.
The Spaniard thinks Chris Froome will aim for a fifth Tour win next year, regardless of what 2018 champ Geraint Thomas wants to do.
Days away from retirement, Marangoni remembers his time spent supporting a blossoming young Slovak talent, Peter Sagan.
Italian finds confidence and a better programme with Bardiani-CSF
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The 21-year-old is slowly making his way through the ranks at the Mitchelton-Scott franchise.
The 23-year-old American is looking for a job as he closes out his season at the Tour of Hainan.
The six-day race wrapped up Sunday and, according to the riders in the peloton, was a success.
Overall victory at Guangxi gives Moscon confidence as he eyes a first start and stage victories at his home Grand Tour
The Sky rider climbed to victory in stage 4 of the race in southern China.
American Neilson Powless will end his first season in the WorldTour this weekend with roughly 65 days of racing under his belt.
The British squad continues to bolster its lineup for grand tours as it seeks to continue success in the calendar's major races.
Peter Sagan said in a new interview that he's happy where he is and that he has no interest in changing his body to contend for grand tours.
The 1997 Tour de France champion has spent several weeks at rehab facilities in Germany and the United States.
The Belgian squad is trying to free up money as it seeks a new sponsor to continue racing in the WorldTour.
The three-time former world champion admits the rainbow jersey was weighing on him and that the Innsbruck course had too much climbing.
The Italians managed a fifth-place finish in the men's elite road race with Gianni Moscon, but they're hopeful for the future.
David Millar says the 'long game' of trying to bring about change for the CPA is only beginning
Some team managers and directors are skeptical of UCI's plans for a mixed worlds TTT contested by national teams
The head of the CPA was critical of rider protests this week ahead of Thursday's controversial vote to determine the next union president.
Despite a protest letter signed by 27 prominent pro cyclists, the CPA riders' union will push through presidential election on Thursday.
The Belgium-based squad has recorded 69 victories this season, and that number could soon go up.
Chris Froome and other top riders clamor for an election that allows each vote to be counted and won't require travel to Austria.
According to reports in Belgian media, Bora-Hansgrohe is hoping to sign Peter Sagan to an extension