All but two of the riders from the now-shuttered Équipe Paule Ka team have new homes for 2021, with many coming out winners from a tragic situation.
Ian Garrison and Harry Tanfield both had their battles with the time limit at the Vuelta a España. One of them won, one of them lost.
American standout set to link up with former Hagens Berman Axeon teammates as he hopes to develop into a stage racer with new team.
Team manager says Astana-Premier Tech turned down approaches from Aru, leaving the Sardinian still without a contract for 2021.
Young American looking to step up in sophomore season with Deceuninck-Quick-Step as he targets classics success.
Budget boost brings influx of new stars to French squad, leaving existing riders facing career crises or contemplating retirement.
Signings of Annemiek van Vleuten and Leah Thomas marks start of renewed focus on women's racing at the Spanish squad.
McNulty, Vlasov, Almeida, Bjerg and Bagioli all shone brightly in their debut WorldTour seasons, and they're set to sparkle for years to come.
Recently retired Brit's unlikely triumph in 2015 at Omloop marked a rare occasion when everyone cheered for Team Sky.
After years of focus on cyclocross, the Belgian squad's new signings and rider preferences mark a quiet transition toward the tarmac.
Welsh 18-year-old has a contract with Trek-Segafredo and a dream of following in her father's footsteps with a Paris-Roubaix victory.
Cross-discipline duo have been fierce rivals for longer in cyclocross than they have been on the road. With a narrow defeat at Tour of Flanders fresh in the memory, Van Aert is braced for more as 'cross season kicks off.
How would team boss Patrick Lefevere balance the ambitions of two superstar riders on a future Tour de France team? It's a speculation point to salivate over.
Retired Swiss great spoke with VeloNews about Filippo Ganna's classics ambitions and the red-hot rivalry between Wout van Aert and Matthieu van der Poel.
Swiss standout to target Ardennes classics and Olympics in 2021 after breakout 2020 season.
Fans, the team and the riders all have something to cheer about with Dutch star's move to the newly-formed squad.
From Mads Pedersen's winning-streak after returning to his Trek-Segafredo jersey to Julian Alaphilippe's showboating sprint dramas, maybe 'the rainbow curse' is more than a myth.
Ineos Grenadiers has enough GC contenders to fill a whole grand tour team, but each of them has a unique set of personal challenges to face in 2021. Here are the questions facing the Ineos eight.
German team's confidence in home-grown stars pays off in first season without Tom Dumoulin.
The Sicilian veteran turns 36 on Saturday but insists that age is no object after subdued 2020 season.
Italian star to take momentum from 2020 into spring classics campaign ahead of Olympic bid.
Hindley, Ben O'Connor and Lucas Hamilton all shared a similar pathway to becoming leading Australian hopefuls in the WorldTour, but the nation's development system has hit a sticking point.
EF Pro Cycling's newest star packs an enigmatic off-kilter character and unconventional riding style that makes him hard not to love.
Jumbo-Visma sprinter out of action until May 7 after incident he said 'will forever be a black page' in his career.
Deignan and Longo Borghini top the Women's WorldTour rankings off the back of a uniquely selfless yet ruthless race style in the team.
Irish veteran rides to career-best fourth place at the Vuelta to confirms his position in the team ahead of major changes in 2021.
Young Brit's third-place at the Vuelta sets him up to take star role at EF Pro Cycling as Michael Woods and Daniel Martínez leave the team.
The Vuelta proved a rollercoaster three weeks for the five Americans at the race, from Sepp Kuss and Will Barta riding high to Ian Garrison gutting out a tough debut grand tour.
Roglič's ruthless mental and physical approach throughout the season proved strong enough to overcome a traumatic Tour de France turnaround.
Headwinds and heavy rain made for a tough 230km day at the Vuelta on Thursday as questions over the length of grand tour stages re-emerge.
British team continues adopting new aggressive approach to racing after successfully using the tactic at the Giro d'Italia.
The grand tour great feels his form is returning as he races himself back to fitness ahead of a high-profile move to Israel Start-Up Nation.
EF Pro Cycling's rising star is within 47-seconds of the red jersey and plans to go all-out to snatch race lead.
Victory at Liège-Bastogne-Liège gave Roglič a timely confidence boost after Tour de France disappointment, says team.
Ecuadorian kept Primož Roglič on a close leash through Vuelta time trial to finish up second overall, 39 seconds back.
Young Australian battled back from a fallow 2019 burdened by pressure and expectation after a breakout sophomore season to score a vital stage win and secure a new contract.
Spanish event adds extra road stage in Toledo ahead of traditional time trial and circuit race this weekend.
From the Mur de Bretagne to the vineyard time trial, riders and staffers break down the key things to know about next year's race.
British rider now sits 32 seconds back on GC, and though the final week doesn't play in his favor, he's all-in for the podium in Madrid.
The Ineos Grenadiers leader is likely to lose his red jersey to Primož Roglič in the time trial Tuesday, but now takes the mental advantage after seeing his rival falter on the Angliru.
Season-opening Australian races cancel due to quarantine requirements when entering the country.
Young Australian reveals the cringeworthy details of his wardrobe malfunction at the top of a snow-capped Stelvio at this year's Giro d'Italia.
Hindley admits breakout second-place in Italy may have come from a weakened field, but the youngster has marked himself out as a new Australian hope nonetheless.
Irishman's brash moves may toe the line, but the sprinter's growing love-or-loathe reputation ripens the sport.
Roglič, Carapaz, Martin and Carthy emerged as the strongest on Wednesday and have marked themselves out as the key GC contenders ahead of a series of pivotal stages.
Carapaz loses 17 seconds in mano-a-mano battle in the Cantabrian mountains, later admitting Roglič was too hot to handle. With just 13 seconds between the pair, the Vuelta is wide-open once again.
EF Pro Cycling climber comes of age to become serious GC contender in Spain, though the final-week time trial may prove a challenge.
Dutchman abandons citing fatigue, leaving teammate Primož Roglič one man short in red jersey defense.
Australian star rounded out a season of cross-discipline racing at the Giro d'Italia last week, and now turns to sketching out plans to ride Cape Epic next year.
Valverde took third on the stage and gained a valuable 57 seconds on his GC rivals to keep himself in the overall contention.
CPA defends its position after protesting 260km flat stage in the middle of a week of high mountains.
Who is Tao Geoghegan Hart? We spoke to the figures pivotal to the Giro d'Italia champion's development to find out.
Almeida confirms his place as one of new generation of young talent with all-out performance through three weeks in Italy.
Sunweb duo both held the race's pink jersey only to see Tao Geoghegan Hart secure the overall in the final time trial.
Team leader Roglič ready to ride as equal with Kuss, who sits just 44 seconds off the GC lead ahead of key climbing stage to Formigal.
Bittersweet stage for Sunweb sees Jai Hindley take Giro d’Italia’s pink jersey as Wilco Kelderman falters
Hindley goes into Sunday's time trial level on time with Tao Geoghegan Hart as he looks to secure race victory.
Tao Geoghegan Hart and Jai Hindley sit level on time at the Giro d'Italia, setting up the most dramatic of endings to one of the most incident-riddled races in memory.
Ineos Grenadiers, Bora-Hansgrohe among major figures to criticize Friday's rider protest as Vegni vows vengeance.
Vincenzo Nibali couldn't hold the pace of the young upstarts on the Stelvio on Thursday and falls to eighth overall at the Giro d'Italia.
Sunweb hedged its bets by keeping Wilco Kelderman and Jai Hindley in the race for pink Thursday, but Tao Geoghegan Hart remains in contention and has nothing to lose.
Young CCC talent ensures there's a taste of Hungary at this year's Giro d'Italia even though planned start in Budapest was cancelled.
Australian climber scored a breakout stage victory on Wednesday that could help the future of his struggling team.
The best climbers in the world tell VeloNews their mind games and methods for getting through the toughest mountain stages at the Giro d'Italia.
Q&A: Axel Merckx is watching his Hagens Berman Axeon grads soar at the Giro d’Italia as he hunts for sponsorship
Hagens-Berman Axeon director Axel Merckx answers questions about team alumni at the Giro, and the future of the team.
With the GC delicately poised and three tough mountain stages to come, the fight for the lead is far from settled.
Reporter Jim Cotton recounts the highs and lows of a ham-producing hilltop and the brain-busting Sunday of a Giro-Flanders doubleheader.
Ineos Grenadiers is hunting for stage wins at the Giro, but with Geoghegan Hart now one second off the GC podium, a pink jersey bid could be a possibility.
The Giro's final week is still scheduled to pass over 2,700 meter passes. Riders are steeling themselves for freezing conditions and the risk of snow.
Alumni of US-based development squad are thriving at Giro d'Italia, yet budget shortfall poses problems for future.
This weekend saw the second of the Giro's three individual time trials, which mount up to nearly 65km against the clock. We asked the riders how much is too much.
American rider Joey Rosskopf secures future as CCC Team races its final Giro d'Italia before Circus-Wanty Gobert takes over.
Triple U23 world time trial champion looking to hone his craft against the clock in neo-pro year before future run at classics.
Team Sunweb seized the initiative on Sunday to swing the Giro d'Italia in its favor. The squad's GC rider Wilco Kelderman is now just 15 seconds from the pink jersey.
Adam Hansen is riding his 29th and final grand tour at the Giro d’Italia: ‘I’m kind of done with it now’
Australian veteran Adam Hansen is currently midway through his 29th and final grand tour. Next year Hansen will race Ironman triathlon full-time.
Long time trial Saturday could see young Italian scoop third stage win of the race and confirm him as fastest man against the clock in the WorldTour.