Peloton grows weary of uncertainty as Giro d'Italia continues to push toward Milano in face of escalating health and weather worries.
Slovak star silenced doubters and rescued the Giro from a COVID gloom with a career-defining performance Tuesday.
Potential for rerouted or canceled stages in the high Alps leaves GC contenders unable to leave anything to chance as Kelderman rises to favorite status.
Mitchelton-Scott, Steven Kruijswijk, Michael Matthews withdraw from Giro d’Italia after positive COVID tests
Rest day testing Monday reveals a total of eight positive cases as two riders, four Mitchelton Scott staffers, and two staff from other teams test positive.
Van Aert accuses his long-time rival of ruining both their chances of victory after the pair marked each other out in the final of Gent-Wevelgem.
With uncertainty over his future at Bahrain-McLaren and an unconfirmed schedule for the rest of the season, the 35-year-old fears that he may have ridden his last race.
Matt White remains optimistic for the health of his remaining riders as peloton braces ahead of rest-day COVID checks.
'Once the Giro is over, Astana and Trek are probably not best friends' writes the Dane after Vincenzo Nibali's team attacked when he punctured Saturday.
The rest of Mitchelton-Scott test negative and race on as Giro organizers raise concerns about all 21 stages being successfully completed.
Van Aert back in top shape and ambitious as ever after physically and mentally struggling to keep momentum after worlds.
Here's all you need to know about one of the toughest one-day races of the year, from the crosswinds, dirt roads and cobbled climbs of the course to the ways to watch it live.
American squad carries momentum from summer with Giro's open race dynamics offering further opportunities.
Ineos Grenadiers captain abandons race ahead of stage 4 after scans Tuesday morning confirm a fractured pelvis.
Domenico Pozzovivo, Rafal Majka and Wilco Kelderman have been gifted the opportunity to step into the limelight after the GC shakeup Monday. Here's what you need to know about three of the sport's eternal nearly-men.
Just weeks after seeing the Tour snatched from him and being blasted by media for his ride at the worlds, Slovenian star salvages season in dramatic sprint.
Steep descents and tight turns in opening TT could see record-breaking speeds and riders on disc brake bikes getting the advantage.
All you need to know about the oldest and toughest monument of them all, from the course and contenders to how to watch Sunday's battle in the Ardennes hills.
British team planning to move past Tour de France disappointment with Geraint Thomas and experienced team.
Slovak star blames misfortune and mistiming for fruitless Tour de France as pressure mounts to salvage season with success.
Race finds new host towns and all-Belgian parcours just 24 hours after COVID regulations in Netherlands forced cancelation of Dutch stages.
This year's Giro d'Italia is set to see climbers do battle with time trialists and the whole peloton brace for a fight with the elements.
Classics season opens at the Flèche on Wednesday, with Tadej Pogačar, Michał Kwiatkowski and Marc Hirschi among those set to do battle on the Mur.
Dutchman has gotten his legs back after feeling overcooked and off the pace in summer's races.
'I don't think I've seen as many men crying as today,' said Deceuninck-Quick-Step boss Patrick Lefevere after greeting Alaphilippe in Imola.
Belgian star disappointed but 'without regret' after being bettered in worlds time trial and then road race by unstoppable opposition.
Dutch team places three riders in top-four at Imola as veteran leaders combine seamlessly to animate race.
Frenchman considers himself outside favorite at head of injury-stricken team for Sunday's race in Imola.
Team Sunweb took three stage victories at the Tour through an aggressive, untamable brand of racing. Here's how they made it happen.
Wout van Aert, Julian Alaphilippe, Michael Woods, Marc Hirschi and Jakob Fuglsang are among the top favorites to take the rainbow bands in Imola.
The full guide to this week's Imola worlds, including the courses, the favorites, the American prospects, and how to watch the action live.
Pogačar’s coach on Tour de France preparations: ‘He was so fit in May I told him to have a week off’
Huge capacity for recovery, self-regulation, and a lack of quarantine unlocks Pogačar's yellow jersey, says coach.
From crushing time trials to flogging keyrings, here are a few facts you need to know about the 22-year-old Tour champion.
The 2020 Tour epitomized how advancements in training technologies and the 'globalization of cycling' is sparking the dominance of young talents in the sport.
Primož Roglič lost his legs for first time in an otherwise faultless Tour de France performance Saturday, tumbling out of the race lead in dramatic time trial collapse
Slovenian star's pathway toward Tour victory has come through a cocktail of strength, robustness, tactical savvy, and the touch of lady luck.
Slovakian star was outfoxed and outnumbered as the green jersey challenge slips from his control.
With Slovenian athletes flourishing across various disciplines, it's not only Roglič and Pogačar flying the flag of the small nation.
Jens Debusschere got booted from the race for missing the time cut Wednesday after sacrificing himself for teammate in the mountains.
Super-steep high-altitude Alpine climb could make or break Tour de France hopes on Wednesday.
Soigneurs, mechanics and press officers find positives in the life of face masks, gloves and hand sanitizers at the 2020 Tour de France.
Young Slovenian proving resilient and uncontrollable despite rival's best efforts.
With Bernal and Quintana out of contention, Colombia's yellow jersey hopes rest on unexpected shoulders.
Tadej Pogačar and Primož Roglič rode together as Egan Bernal cracked on the slopes of Puy Mary.
Dozens of riders crashed Tuesday during a nervous stage littered with road furniture and roundabouts.
With Pinot and Alaphilippe out of contention, nation's yellow jersey hopes rest on pair of dark horses.
British rookie Connor Swift becomes Colombian's latest darling in role as key crosswind workhorse.
Rivals left reeling and responseless after Jumbo-Visma dominate first summit finish of the race.
Frenchman braced and prepared to battle to retain race lead Tuesday.
While there was no major fireworks among the yellow jersey contenders at the Tour's opening weekend, some are teetering off the back already.
Trek-Segafredo duo hoping to hang in contention through opening weeks and pounce on flagging favorites in final stages.
Brailsford keen to move on from era of Froome and Thomas but plans to draw on Tour-winning knowledge from the past.
Ewan, Bennett brace under expectation to deliver with few sprint opportunities available.
Deceuninck-Quick-Step star sees Sunday's mountainous stage around Nice as opportunity to snatch stage win.
The Dutch team is not planning to take an early lead for fears of sudden race shutdown.
Jumbo-Visma leaders confident of form after injury scares and ready to 'let the road decide' team leadership.
Two North Americans and a Colombian leadership trio headline team of wildcards and dark horses.
Top-tier favorite Roglič still not confirmed to race with just four days remaining until the Tour rolls out.
No GC plans for Alaphilippe; Bennett returns to Tour after three-year absence.
The young Belgian has the legs and versatility to challenge Sagan in the points competition, but team duties could come first.
Sagan and Buchmann form focal point of German team, with green and yellow jersey ambitions respectively.
Anna van der Breggen puts end to arch-rival's long undefeated run, capitalizing on a strong team performance to win solo.
Slovenian star Pogačar has the talent and his team has the firepower. Can the 21-year-old keep the composure to make the podium?
Stage wins top priority for Ochowicz in face of sponsor crisis and stream of riders leaving team.
Jumbo-Visma remains confident ahead of Tour battle with Ineos although Dutch team still yet to confirm final roster.
From crosswinds to crushing climbs, these are the five days to book off work and settle yourself on the sofa for.
Roglič, Kruijswijk and Buchmann all left injured and out of key tuneup race with less than two weeks until Tour challenge.
With every team's Tour de France leader set to line up at this week's mountainous Dauphiné, there will be plenty to look out for.
Jumbo-Visma dominates Tour de L'Ain, revealing Ineos has wrinkles to iron before Tour de France.
Longest race of the year and minimal race days leaves a number of contenders without the final race-winning watts.
Van der Poel, van Aert, Alaphilippe headline bumper start list for an 'even harder' Milano-Sanremo on Saturday.
The horrific crash Wednesday has seen fingers pointed at Dylan Groenewegen's wayward sprint and race organizers' route selection.
Riding a spare bike beneath the blazing sun, Deignan crashed hard in the finale with no choice but to grind home bloodied and bruised.
Leader of the riders' alliance on teams' Catch-22 between compliance to COVID regulations and financial burden they impose.
Irishman sees only upside to grand tour star joining him at Israel Start-Up Nation.
French star plans to start season slightly off the boil to allow form to last a busy schedule set to run through the fall.