American supertalent Sheffield emerged from two lost seasons with a three-year contract with the world's biggest team.
Van Aert smashes season standouts Iserbyt and Aerts with bullish performance at Superprestige Boom: 'I had not expected this'
Pidcock confirms long-nagging knee problem is back after recent indications of improvement.
Alpecin-Fenix bosses indicate MvdP likely to bring green jersey ambitions to 2022 Tour, confirm Dutchman 'well on schedule' after shaking back injury.
Coloradan climbing sensation explains how a little of everything in moderation keeps him raring to race and lovin' life 12 months a year.
Pidcock, van Aert to make high-profile 'cross debuts in Boom on Saturday as organizers push on in face of surge in COVID cases.
The autumn hill climb season sees intense competition mingle with all-for-one community spirit in a small grassroots scene.
Surging coronavirus cases in northern Europe see Antwerp race shut down with risk of further cancelations later in winter.
Tom Pidcock, Wout van Aert, and Mathieu van der Poel outline CX schedules, and right now, the stars will align only on three occasions.
Veteran racers are feeling the pinch as professionalization and 'datafication' raises the game – but the old-timers know brains can beat brawn.
The UCI currently forbids the use of continuous glucose monitors in competition. Insiders are pushing back on the ban – is that a good or bad thing?
Bust or boom? Peter Sagan brings his familiar entourage with him in a high-profile transfer that will define his next chapter — our editors debate his prospects.
Forget power meters and heart rate monitors – glucose monitors are poised to change pro cycling forever. Here's a look at how the new tech could push the peloton forward.
Here are five of the hottest stories of 2021 and what they could mean for the years to come.
Pogačar and van Vleuten came out top, but who won and lost lower down the ranking? From Cavendish and Carapaz to Vollering and Vos, these are the takeaways.
Team boss hopes new signings and fresh wind will see the US-registered all-diabetic team back on track in 2022.
‘Sometimes I just put my head down, closed my eyes and hoped for the best:’ Aussie veteran recounts the mayhem of an unforgettable muddy Roubaix.
American climber talks the transfer to Astana Qazaqstan, the intensity of racing for the break, and the need for a little luck.
Hammond and Ben Williams join directing group as supersquad looks toward ‘new chapter’ in 2022.
Wout van Aert remains undecided about trip to Fayetteville for 'cross world champs for fear of disruption to classics training.
Reports this week indicate Ilan van Wilder is taking legal action to leave team early while Tiesj Benoot is negotiating contract curtailment.
Garrison will race for L39ion after two seasons with Deceuninck-Quick-Step. The former US TT champ discusses the story and ambitions behind the move.
The UAE Emirates powerplay, old allies at Astana, and more: Transfer-season big spenders and what it means for 2022
Here's a look at which men's teams have spent big to transform their rosters for 2022 — and how it will impact the peloton.
Sicilian veteran looks to expand ambitions in what could be final pro season, discusses struggles adapting to life at Trek-Segafredo.
The careers and futures of dozens of riders, sport directors, mechanics, soigneurs, and staffers are hanging in the balance.
Deceuninck-Quick-Step renews contract of another top climber as it endorses Evenepoel's ambition to level up with Pogačar and Roglič.
Heinrich Haussler on his love-hate relationship with cyclocross: ‘You suffer so much, but it’s worth it’
Haussler returns to CX to add spring to his 2022 ambitions: ‘You need to train harder and harder to keep up with riders that are basically little kids’
Seven-time cyclocross champion rises to top of the worlds pecking-order after dominant cross-discipline autumn.
Gen-Z shines in Brit nationals as Pfeiffer Georgi wins women’s road race and Hayter confirms credentials as UK's 'next big thing' with two gold medals.
Two-time Tour champ talks Merckx, the classics, and pushes back at doubters in wide-ranging interview with Spanish media.
Serenissima Gravel makes debut as first ever pro-only gravel race, organizers Filippo Pozzato and Jonny Moletta eye future expansion for 'Ride the Wonderland' series.
Patrick Lefevere pushes back against inclusion of gravel and pavé in 2022 Tour de France, saying organizers 'are looking for thrills.'
Tour de France organizers have built a course designed to disrupt and unsettle two-time champion Pogačar at every turn.
ASO will present the full parcours of the 2022 Tour de France on Thursday. Here’s what those in the know are expecting to see and what it might mean.
Sprint supremos, time trial legends and monument masters swap out racing for business management, podcasting, farming and more.
Pogačar punched into the record books with storming win at Il Lombardia – but as far as he's concerned, he's just riding his bike.
It's not often Roglič and Evenepoel have raced each other. Both are on red-hot form, so who will come out top at Il Lombardia on Saturday?
Wout van Aert takes extended break before CX season, uncertain of trip Stateside for world championships
Van Aert, Jumbo-Visma assessing if trip to Fayetteville for cyclocross worlds is viable soon before classics season kicks off.
What does it take to make Roubaix veteran Haussler a little emotional? A top-10 at his favorite race and having teammate Sonny Colbrelli score the win, that's what.
A weekend in ‘Hell’: Did a wet Roubaix deliver? Moscon dances with destiny, Femmes was five-star without Arenberg
A ramble on Paris-Roubaix's big weekend: Was a wet Roubaix a good Roubaix? How to handle Gianni Moscon? And give us more retro kits please.
Heinrich Haussler dubs his teammate a 'f***ing beast' after Italian tops stellar summer with monument win.
Heavy rain through Saturday night and into Sunday morning will see the peloton take on 55 kilometers of mud-sodden pavé.
Deignan won the first-ever Pairs-Roubaix Femmes with a stunning 80km solo fitting for a monumental day for the sport.
‘Excited but also a bit afraid!’ The peloton shares their expectations and emotions before history-making moment.
‘It defeats you, but you want to come back to try and defeat it:’ Mitch Docker on the allure of Paris-Roubaix
Docker will retire after riding Roubaix one last time Sunday. The Aussie veteran knows that 'Hell' awaits him, but he wouldn't have it any other way.
Men's and women's teams anticipate mayhem this Paris-Roubaix weekend after carrying out initial recons of muck-slicked cobblestones.
Paris-Roubaix top contenders: Peter Sagan, Mathieu van der Poel, Wout van Aert center of intergenerational clash
Veteran greats Sagan, Gilbert, Van Avermaet face-off against new cobblestone kings this weekend – can the old guard unseat the pups of the pavé?
Veteran 'crosser hopes for third time lucky after twice placing second in the velodrome and coming back strong from heart ablation surgery this spring.
Sagan 'not afraid' of prospect of wet pavé as forecast calls for foul weather through Paris-Roubaix weekend.
Patrick Lefevere slates team tactics, riders rue miscommunication: Belgian inquest begins after leaving home worlds empty-handed.
Remco Evenepoel pushes back against Eddy Merckx's accusations of selfishness, pledges to race for van Aert in Sunday's road race.
2011 world champion Cavendish crushes last-minute climbing camp as sprinters eye possibility of men's road race being decided by a bunch kick.
Sure, van Aert is top favorite, we all know that. But who are the riders likely to shade him into silver at this weekend's men's road race? We've ranked them all.
Love it or loathe it, the mixed relay is back at the world championships and Filippo Ganna, Ellen van Dijk, and Annemiek van Vleuten will be racing. Here's what you need to know.
Van Aert prioritises road race over TT, teammate Remco Evenepoel vows to give maximum in time trial medal push and road race support role.
Zwift Academy graduate dropped into the Vuelta a España after just 15 days of European racing and immediately impressed – now he's looking to learn the arts of his Alpecin-Fenix teammates.
After winning the 2015 world championships, Deignan will be racing with nothing to lose at the Flanders road race next weekend.
Wout van Aert bolted to the top of the pro peloton while finding a place in the world's hearts – who wouldn't want to see him in a rainbow jersey?
Primož Roglič to sit out world championships time trial, Tadej Pogačar to ride TT, road race for Slovenia
Olympic champion Roglič to sit out worlds time trial before joining Pogačar and Matej Mohorič for road race.
British squad brings young talents in search for rainbow jersey as Geraint Thomas misses selection.
Here's all you need to know for this year's worlds, including how to watch, who to watch, and when to watch.
Van der Poel blasts back to winning ways after struggling with injuries through summer, rates chances for world championships ‘better than 50/50.’
Cycling world unites to praise Eenkhoorn after Dutchman passes bidon to young fan racing alongside the breakaway.
The 22-year-old Hayter has scored Olympic Madison silver and notched his first stage-race win – and he still doesn’t know what he’s best at.
A series of long hilly stages in the UK make for perfect preparation two weeks ahead of Flanders world championships.
Roglič takes huge 2:22 lead over Enric Mas as Jumbo-Visma dominates the first of two back-to-back mountain stages at the Vuelta.
Bou became king for a day when Valencia welcomed its home rider with painted roads and party passion – and Bou reciprocated with a ride fit for his hero 'El Pistolero.'
Team director confident in strong selection for world championships later this month: 'We’re in a good position for a medal finish in multiple races.'
Stages 17 and 18 to the iconic Covadonga and leg-breaking Gamoniteiru climbs this week are set to crush hopes of many GC pretenders.
WorldTour pro looks to return to Unbound after crashing out in opening hours of this year's race, also plans to race Leadville, SBT GRVL.
Roglič faces race against time and growing pressure as third red jersey remains far from his reach.
Carapaz cites heat for Vuelta abandon, starts looking toward 2022 after scoring Olympic title and Tour de France podium this year.
Sagan to test knee after Tour de France crash and surgery at Benelux Tour and European champs ahead of late-season goals.
Long-running Basque team returns to Vuelta after eight-year absence, bringing its fervent orange-clad fans and social ambitions with it.
American racer riding into unknown in first-ever first three week race as he sets long-view on worlds, Paris-Roubaix
Jack Haig, Damiano Caruso spearhead "Plan B" as Landa slides out of GC contention in Vuelta's mountaintop showdown.
Vuelta a España unsung heroes: Lennard Hofstede on being half-wheeled to pro fitness and quitting social media
Hofstede spent his youth training and racing with his brother – their half-wheeling horseplay continues to motivate the Jumbo-Visma domestique to this day.
Roglič has looked faultless through the opening week while his rivals have faded – but does he have enough of a buffer to last through to the final?
Roglič vows to fight for red jersey in fearsome climbing stage and special-category summit finish Sunday.