Sky's Luke Rowe takes advantage of crosswinds to give his GC leader Egan Bernal the upper hand. Groenewegen handily wins small sprint.
Fierce crosswinds bring on hard day of echelons and crashes, with several big names losing time.
Alaphilippe denies Fuglsang in final 200 meters, extending Deceuninck-Quick-Step's winning streak.
The pro peloton gets dirty this Saturday on the white dirt roads of Tuscany. What can we expect from this edition of Strade Bianche?
Proven grand tour winners slated for seven-day Tirreno-Adriatico, along with opportunists who are gearing up for spring classics.
In Paris-Nice 1995, Jalabert proved to be more than a sprinter, Armstrong won a stage, and Hampsten said the snowy day wasn't too cold.
Movistar's Nairo Quintana will make his European season debut at Paris-Nice Sunday alongside defending champ Marc Soler.
Dirty Kanza has found ways to boost female participation far beyond what most conventional bike races see. Kristi Mohn explains how.
Belgian powerhouse taps Bob Jungels and Florian Sénéchal for Paris-Nice, who are both coming off wins in opening classics races.
Could Van Avermaet have won Omloop if he'd played the tactics differently? We debate an exciting classics opener and look ahead to the spring season.
Chantal Blaak attacked over the Muur de Geraardsbergen to win Omloop Het Nieuwsblad
Deceuninck-Quick-Step take second win on opening weekend of the spring classics.
Stybar attacks from select lead group to go solo over the line, punishing Van Avermaet's earlier aggression.
Irishman takes first WorldTour win of the season amongst stellar field.
E3 Harelbeke organizers again stir up controversy with race promotion materials, and the UCI steps in threatening legal action.
We are approaching one of the most exciting times of the cycling season — spring classics. Here is what to expect on opening weekend in Belgium.
Alejandro Valverde wins the third stage of the UAE Tour, which culminated with a 10km climb up Jebel Hafeet.
Young Slovenian star Tadej Pogacar defends lead to win overall on hectic final day. Zdenek Stybar wins stage 5 at Volta ao Algarve.
Matteo Trentin wraps up a successful week for his Mitchelton-Scott team. Danish GC rider Jakob Fuglsang takes home the overall.
Roglic takes leader's jersey with Dumoulin and Nibali within striking distance.
Pogacar maintains overall lead with one stage remaining.
Fuglsang takes the overall from defending champion Wellens in Ruta's big climbing test.
Kung captures first victory with his new team Groupama-FDJ. Pogacar is up to the task of maintaining GC lead in pivotal time trial stage.
Race leader Tim Wellens defies GC challengers with a victory in stage 3 time trial, setting up a battle on Saturday's mountain stage.
Sky's Ben Swift clips a rock while descending a road in Tenerife, leading to a crash that sent him to the hospital.
After a late-race flat tire, Winder uses her descending skills to bridge to the breakaway and attacks solo in the final kilometer to win.
The famous 7-Eleven team's debut European season got off to a hot start in 1985 when Ron Kiefel stunned the Italian champion at Trofeo Laigueglia.
The 16th edition of the Epic Rides Off-Road series kick-off is expected to attract 2,100 riders to Arizona, and they'll be riding more singletrack this year.
The 20-year-old Slovenian Tadej Pogacar out-sprints WorldTour heavies on stage 2's summit finish to take overall lead.
Alexey Lutsenko takes his second consecutive Tour of Oman title as Giacomo Nizzolo triumphs in stage 6.
After Astana bosses the final kilometers, Wellens waits until the last cobbled ramp to the finish to launch his winning attack.
Without a major sponsor for 2019, Red Hook Crit organizer decides to take the year off, rather than decreasing the event's scale.
Alexey Lutsenko holds a 44-second lead entering the final stage of the race.
Quintana powered past younger rivals as they played cat and mouse in closing phases of the stage.
Julian Alaphilippe holds a tenuous lead in the GC heading into the final summit finish.
John Burke believes the U.S. bicycle industry needs to lend additional support to advocacy groups
The season's first grand tour, the Giro d'Italia, is expected to be another thrilling race, and American fans can follow all the action on VeloNews.com.
Sebastian Molano sprints to breakout victory in his debut season at the WorldTour level. Uran reclaims overall race lead.
The 22-year-old Colombian sprints to victory in stage 2 thanks to a perfect lead-out by Deceuninck-Quick-Step.
These one-week stage races help us through the winter months. They can also provide key indicators of who will be winning big come summer.
Once the largest chain of bike shops in the U.S., Performance will close all its stores by early March. Plus, we discuss the U.S. Olympic MTB team prospects.
With a win in stage 1 TTT, EF Education First puts Rigoberto Urán into the overall lead to start his home race in Colombia.
Classics riders like 2017 Roubaix champion Greg Van Avermaet are keen to hone their form at Tour of Oman and other Middle Eastern races.
Briton beats Valverde up steep final kick while Izagirre takes race lead with only one stage remaining.
The Olympic champion Van Avermaet follows Sanchez's canny move through a technical finale to win his first race of the season.
Performance Bicycle, once the largest bike retail chain in the U.S., is expected to shut down all retail locations at the start of March.
There are hundreds of races each year, but for us, a few stand out as must-watch events. Here are five days guaranteed to deliver drama.
Fans are eager to see what the multi-discipline star Mathieu van der Poel can do at Belgium's biggest bike race, Tour of Flanders.
Cant defeated a deep Dutch team. Van der Poel got the better of a stacked Belgian squad. We debate and analyze the action.
Bennett sprints to first win of the season in circuit race around San Juan.
Technical masterclass from the Dutchman denies second-place Van Aert a fourth consecutive world title.
Day-long breakaway survive frantic final chase from the peloton to deny the big-name sprinters.
Challenge from Brand blighted by pit-lane crash with own mechanic.
Atop the fearsome Alto Colorado, Movistar's Colombian climber Winner Anacona wins the day and assumes the overall race lead.
Bicycle industry publication "BRAIN" is brought under the same management as VeloNews in the late-January acquisition.
Movistar's leader for the Giro d'Italia finds himself in the hospital after breaking collarbone in first day of Mallorca Challenge.
Colombian sprint star Fernando Gaviria nets his second stage win of Vuelta a San Juan, besting Peter Sagan again.