Ruta del Sol: Simon Yates solos to stage 4 win in the Sierra Nevada
Fuglsang takes the overall from defending champion Wellens in Ruta's big climbing test.
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.
Matteo Trentin wins a tough sprint after a long day in the saddle, chasing down a surprise acceleration by Ivan Garcia.
Alexey Lutsenko takes his second consecutive Tour of Oman title as Giacomo Nizzolo triumphs in stage 6.
The 22-year-old Quick-Step sprinter takes home his first victory of 2019 in Portugal.
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.
The Bahrain-Merida rider takes the victory in a bunch sprint ahead of Greg Van Avermaet.
The Astana rider wins his second straight stage as he attempts to successfully defend his 2018 title.
Quintana powered past younger rivals as they played cat and mouse in closing phases of the stage.
Lutsenko's daring solo attack held off a charging group of sprinters.
Julian Alaphilippe holds a tenuous lead in the GC heading into the final summit finish.
Kristoff takes the sprint after wind-swept opening stage.
John Burke believes the U.S. bicycle industry needs to lend additional support to advocacy groups
Bob Jungels surprised the peloton to take a dramatic victory in Medellin
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.
For the last five years, Froome has been a nemesis to riders like Quintana and Urán. The Colombian fans don't hold it against him though.
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.
A look back at the cover of VeloNews magazine; 29 years ago Greg LeMond was conducting tests for an hour record attempt, mountain bikers were looking for sponsors, and more.
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.
We speak with the reigning Tour champion about his new book, which tells the story of his unexpected Tour de France victory.
Nine races will make up the 2019 UCI World Cup calendar, which will again kick off in the United States with Iowa City and Waterloo, Wisconsin.
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.
We discuss who will win cyclocross worlds and hear from professor Daam van Reeth about why interest in 'cross is waning in Belgium.
Bogense, Denmark hosts the annual cyclocross showdown to award rainbow jerseys. Who will win world championships?
Despite his apology made earlier Tuesday, Vuelta a San Juan organizers kick out Iljo Keisse for harassing local cafe employee.
The Frenchman follows up his stage 2 victory with another win and assumes the overall GC lead as Gaviria fades in time trial.
Frenchman Julian Alaphilippe wins his first race of 2019. Fernando Gaviria settles for second-place but keeps overall lead.
Due to hot conditions, stage 2 of Vuelta a San Juan was shortened. Team USA wins two medals at Hong Kong round of track World Cup.
Colombian wins opening stage in chaotic sprint and intense heat.
Aerts takes World Cup title after Van Aert finishes race disappointed in third.
Dutch champion puts on a display of power and faultless skill before next weekend's world championships.
Cuban holds off late chase from Mitchelton-Scott duo Kennedy and Spratt in stunning solo victory.
Giro d'Italia organizers invite Israel team for second year in a row, alongside three Italian Pro Continental teams.
Race Melbourne crit challenges riders with hot points race. Highlights from the new Zwift pro series. Nibali aims for Giro, and his team sorts out financial shortfall.
We discuss the stage 5 controversy at Tour Down Under as well as Rally-UHC's European ambitions.
Due to paperwork error, van der Sande is cleared of doping charges. Pro Continental riders race on Zwift. USA Crits announces D1 teams.
The 11-rider elite line-up will feature U.S. national champions Compton and Hyde as well as Pan-Am champion White.
Pro Continental team Rally-UHC gather to train in the canyons of Santa Monica.
Bevin loses grip on GC to allow Impey to become first rider in race's history to retain title.
Jasper Philipsen is declared the winner of the Tour Down Under's fifth stage after Caleb Ewan is relegated for irregular sprinting.
Peter Sagan sprints to victory in stage 3 of the Santos Tour Down Under.
Elia Viviani sprints through an impossibly narrow gap to win stage 1, catching Max Walscheid in the final meters.
Janez Brajkovic says failed anti-doping test was due to tainted supplement, opens up about being bullied during his pro career.
New series combines several pillars of the Colorado cycling scene, such as Copper Triangle and Elephant Rock, with new gravel events.
Our editorial staff names star American cyclists who are likely to make waves in the 2019 pro cycling season.
Large crash in final lap takes down key sprint contender Viviani.
Michelton-Scott take one-two on GC and the sprint classification at home race.
Defending Tour Down Under champion Amanda Spratt retains race lead with only one stage remaining.
Two-time defending Tour Down Under champion Amanda Spratt takes control on Mengler Hill.
Two invites remain for the 2019 Tour de France after Belgian team Wanty-Groupe Gobert and Cofidis earn spots in the grande boucle.
The 19-year-old track star shines in Australia, winning the opening sprint with new team Trek-Segafredo.
The new season of cycling is dawning, and there are plenty of intriguing storylines to follow as 2019 gets underway.
"America's Toughest Stage Race" will pass through four ski resorts before ending in Park City.
USA Cycling's new CEO comes from an unconventional background. We discuss how he can address the organization's challenges.
The pro peloton has a number of young up-and-comers who are in line to emerge as new superstars in 2019. Here are our five favorites.