Valverde's ride during the Vuelta could determine the WorldTour future of Spanish stalwarts.
Raids appear focused solely on Bahrain Victorious so far at Tour de France, but teams worry of impact of more police action.
New documentary explores the dominant nature of Miguel Indurain's rule of his era and how his rivals dealt with it.
Longtime manager Eusebio Unzué reveals new details, saying López threw a 'tantrum' and turned back on teammates.
Movistar teammate Imanol Erviti said 'it was impossible' to convince López to try to finish the stage Saturday, while a Colombian senator blames Movistar.
Veteran manager said he's 'never seen anything like it' in his 40-year career after López abandoned the Vuelta a España.
Movistar boss regrets that Quintana's best years pitted him against Sky's dominant Tour squad, reflects with warmth on the Colombian's time with his team.
Credit to Movistar team management for allowing the film's producers to have final cut, and most tense and disappointing moments are not left on the cutting-room floor.
With the exit of three of its marquee riders and signing of a host of rookies, the Spanish team faces a transitional season in 2020.
The Outer Line examines the role that rider agents play in pro cycling. These power brokers can influence which riders start in which races, who gets a contract and who is left out, and how much a rider will get paid.
The Spanish WorldTour team moves to SRAM components and Zipp wheels in a two-year deal that also sees both women's and men's teams transition to disc brakes.
Movistar boss reveals how the team lost faith in the Colombian's ability to win grand tours, but vows to rebuild for future around Mas, Soler.
Movistar manager confirmed rumors that both Carapaz and Quintana will be leaving the Spanish team next season.
With Landa and Quintana showing signs of life, Movistar enters the second week of the Tour de France with growing confidence.
Regardless of whether a superteam stifles racing, rivals agree on one thing: For Team Sky, it is money well-spent.
Movistar is betting on a youth movement to help fill the void when the likes of Contador and Valverde retire from the peloton
Careful to avoid burning out its young Colombian star, Movistar will lean on Valverde as Tour leader in 2014
For the first time since the team’s early days in the early 1980s, before Reynolds evolved into super-teams under the Banesto, Illes Balears and Caisse d’Epargne banners, Eusebio Unzue won’t have a major GC captain to carry the squad into the grand tours.