Roglič hangs on for victory in prestigious Tour de France build-up race, avoiding repeat of shock final-day defeat in 2021.
Evenepoel not sugar-coating Carpegna capitulation after becoming one of main threats to Pogačar's Tirreno tyranny: 'I needed 30 or 40 watts more.'
Aussie sprinter adds new races to spring schedule in extension of search for classics glory at Milan-San Remo.
Enric Mas shoulders burden as center of Movistar's future after controversial exit of López, approaching retirement of Valverde.
Reports indicate the rider could be back for Coppi e Bartali on March 22, Alpecin-Fenix officials refuse to confirm calendar just yet.
Danish sensation faces-off against Pogačar at Tirreno-Adriatico ahead of top role at Tour: 'If you want to be the best you have to beat the best.'
Sagan launches masterclass at sidestepping significant questions ahead of form-chasing week in Italy.
Tirreno-Adriatico: Filippo Ganna – ‘It’s difficult to think I can follow Tadej Pogačar on the climbs’
Burly Italian plays down GC chances despite clinging on to top climbers in Provence and the UAE last month.
Pogačar's Strade Bianche smash sets pulses soaring ahead of monument showdowns in San Remo, Flanders.
Coloradan racer stuck with seventh after all-aggressive race on the Tuscan gravel.
U.S. ace Labecki debuts for Jumbo-Visma as Dutch squad premieres new 'double threat' in Tuscan classic.
VeloNews spoke with many of the top stars at the start line Saturday. The mood? Everyone expects a wide-open, explosive race.
Who will you be watching at the 2022 Tirreno-Adriatico? Here's who we think will make waves next week – and no, Tadej Pogačar isn't one of them.
Ranking the spring’s biggest classics: Tuscany’s dirt-road throwdown sits second only to the cobblestone carnage of Paris-Roubaix.
Report in the 'The Telegraph' indicates Netflix, Tour organizers ASO, and eight top-tier teams could collaborate in next streaming smash.
Quick Guide: What you need to know ahead of a week of Italian racing that welcomes Pogačar, Carapaz, Sagan, Thomas, Kuss and more.
Second-place in Kuurne shows Ewan has the legs – but can he make them count in the calendar's most unpredictable race?
McNulty and Kuss go one-three in France to stamp status as leaders of pack of rising U.S. talent.
The 'opening weekend' double-header delivers huge kudos and a prize place on the palmarès – but beware, the road to Roubaix is long.
Roglič returns at Ardèche and Drome this weekend before Paris-Nice, Ardennes and 'lots of altitude' pave way to Tour de France push.
Wout van Aert has wingmen, Mathieu van der Poel is MIA, omicron is raging and Roubaix is rescheduled – top teams expect chaos on the cobbles.
Back from COVID, back to his best? 'Nairoman' blasts to consecutive GC victories at Provence, Tour du Var.
The Flandrian worlds proved a staggering success for all involved – but things aren't always rosy for those behind rainbow jersey races.
Bernal discusses hopes for future return in extensive video interview with Semana: 'I want to be the best version of Egan Bernal.'
Tadej Pogačar's road to Tour de France triple starts in the Emirates as top GC racers elbow a who's-who of sprinters.
Aussie adventurer to attempt mountain bike FKT on the Menorcan 'Camí de Cavalls 360º' trail Friday.
Danish dynamo has started the season on a tear as he goes on a mission to right the wrongs of last spring.
Quick-Step Alpha Vinyl not intimidated by rising strength of rivals as new 'packs' come to the cobblestone party.
Flanders, Roubaix, Tour de France also possible for 2022 as Trek-Segafredo hails young American's increased responsibility and experience.
Jumbo-Visma rules nothing out for Dumoulin's return to Giro d'Italia, says Tour de France start unlikely but not impossible.
Organizers of Superprestige Gavere trial drone footage at race Saturday only for the UCI to remove the flying camera.
Jumbo-Visma to continue building Coloradan’s GC creds with ambitious spring schedule ahead of return to Tour de France.
Quick-Step is braced for big things ahead of Van Wilder's debut this week: 'If Remco is the new Merckx, then he is also the new Merckx'
Valverde withdrawn from home race the Vuelta a Murcia this weekend as COVID precaution.
Quick-Step Alpha Vinyl anxiously waits to see if Asgreen develops symptoms as cobblestone-crusher misses vital tune-up races.
After two seasons torn up by COVID and crashes, this year could give Evenepoel the runway to show what he's about.
Sport director Matteo Tosatto says Richard Carapaz remains focused on Giro d'Italia rather than switching attention to Tour de France.
Evenepoel believes stoney Volta a la Comunitat Valenciana finish was a grade too far, Alejandro Valverde finishes fifth with flat tire.
Grischa Niermann downplays role of controversial supplement, says it's only part of team's increasingly pinpoint approach to performance.
Even with his hazy history, Valverde's retirement will end an era.
Our VeloNews European team picks the rivalries they will be watching on the road in 2022.
With or without van der Poel and van Aert, it was an inevitability Pidcock would be crowned cyclocross king some day.
Your quick guide of riders, routes and talking points ahead of a blockbuster bout of men's and women's racing.
Heavily favored Belgian 'crossers hoping to avoid road worlds fiasco as absence of van Aert, van der Poel levels the playing field.
Who will be the peloton's next Remco or Demi? VeloNews' European team picks the riders they'll be watching this season.
Leading riders Denise Betsema and Annemarie Worst among a swath of riders out of Arkansas 'cross worlds due to COVID, concussions, sickness.
Doctors say it's too early to make any sort of predictions about his recovery, but the Tour de France looks all but impossible in 2022.
Bernal undergoes successful surgery for fractured femur, patella and spinal trauma after training collision Monday.
Ayuso is already snapping at Pogačar's heels in his first full season with UAE Emirates and has eyes on surpassing the Slovanian sometime soon.
Pidcock will race Strade Bianche, Flanders, Amstel, Liège, and much more in stacked spring schedule as he looks to back up breakout 2021.
Vegan and vegetarian diets are becoming more mainstream – but does making the pivot to plants work for pro racers?
Staffers, teammates, believe Pogačar has plenty more to come as he enters ambitious 2022 season including a Flanders debut and grand tour double.
Sicilian veteran to race all five monuments, Giro d'Italia and Tour de France in first season back with Astana-Qazaqstan.
Jean-René Bernaudeau believes his newly reinforced team can take it to the likes of van Aert and van der Poel in 2022.
From Tadej Pogačar and Remco Evenepoel to Nairo Quintana and Alejandro Valverde – here's who's racing where, and what it all means.
Organizers of this month's Fayetteville worlds plowing on and pumped as ever in face of travel, health and start-list troubles.
Van Aert closed out his 'cross season with nine wins from 10 and the Belgian title, setting home hype to warp-speed for cobbled classics.
Pogačar will make his Flanders debut this season as he takes ever-increasing form to Tour de France, Vuelta a España, and more.
Sagan 'not afraid' of pressure to perform with new team despite latest health setback – can Slovak star return to the top in 2022?
After a breakout WorldTour season and a debut grand tour, Pidcock has a bigger engine, more experience, and bold plans for the 2022 road classics.
Team DS Matteo Tosatto outlines a 2022 season of renewal as a swath of young stars join the team and the back-room takes a reshuffle.
'Rest should really be the priority now:' Team officials and medics paint bleak picture of MvdP's chance of making 'cross world championships.
21 stories for 2021: Cav’s Tour comeback, van Vleuten’s Olympic rollercoaster, Opi-Omi’s infamy, and more
Our editors weigh in on the 21 must-know, high-drama headlines of 2021 and why they matter: Part three.
2019 champion Carapaz slated to return to Giro, team DS hopes to see Viviani at Sanremo, Giro, road worlds while also racing track.
Our editors weigh in on the 21 must-know, high-drama headlines of 2021 and why they matter: Part one.
Van Aert has won five out of five ‘crosses into the final week in December and looks unbeatable. So why hasn’t he committed to the Fayetteville worlds?
Quinn Simmons and Magnus Sheffield dominated as juniors. Now they're both in the WorldTour, they could propel the US back into classics contention.
Van der Poel, van Aert, Pidcock to clash multiple times this 'kerstperiode' – here's who's racing when, and what to expect.
Women’s WorldTour hits harder in 2022 with extra stage for Ceratizit Challenge, new climbs for classics
Spanish tour expands to five stages, iconic Koppenberg and Kemmelberg climbs come to the classics as women's calendar continues to grow.
Racing with Roglič, victory celebrations with Valverde, and the possibility of GC – Kuss looks back on 2021 and throws forward to the future.
Pros with experience of groundbreaking tech weigh in on how it could change racing and training forever – and if that's a good thing.
Dutchman postpones CX start after injuring knee during fall in training, will debut in Dendermonde on December 26.
Scandinavian squad expands beyond men's division with brand-new women's team that lands directly in the top-tier of racing.
Mathieu van der Poel returns to 'cross next weekend, setting stage for highly anticipated showdown with van Aert on December 26.