VeloNews spoke with many of the top stars at the start line Saturday. The mood? Everyone expects a wide-open, explosive race.
Lead sport director Rik Verbrugghe promises the team is also betting on developing talent: 'Everyone wants to find the next Tadej Pogačar.'
Veteran racers are feeling the pinch as professionalization and 'datafication' raises the game – but the old-timers know brains can beat brawn.
Veteran Dane says he hopes to race in a more swashbuckling style with renewed focus on stage-wins and attacks as he lines up goals for 2022.
Veteran Dane joins Israel Start-Up Nation for 2022, and wonders if the peloton can reach a ‘gentleman's agreement’ to race safer and not chase the TV motorbikes.
Colombian climber is the sixth new rider for 2022 as Movistar moves past the controversial exit of Miguel Ángel López.
Sources tell VeloNews of a possible deal with BikeExchange, but Premier Tech boss said there are four teams in the running for its backing.
Nairo Quintana and Warren Barguil will lead a GC bid for Arkéa-Samsic, while Astana-Premier Tech targets stage victories in France.
VN news ticker: USA Cycling cancels collegiate spring national championships, Star-studded start list at Omloop Het Nieuwsblad
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Squad targeting victory with young Russian sensation at this year's Giro while Jakob Fuglsang prioritizes Ardennes and Olympics.
Danish star hopes to target the monuments, an Olympic medal, and stages in 2021.
Team manager says Astana-Premier Tech turned down approaches from Aru, leaving the Sardinian still without a contract for 2021.
Kazakh squad retains two leading riders after Miguel Ángel López jumps ship; brings in new sports directors
João Almeida finally ceded pink, while Wilco Kelderman took a tenuous grip on the race lead. Tao Geoghegan Hart emerged as perhaps the best contender to win the overall. Thursday's stage 18 at the Giro d'Italia upended the GC picture.
Wilco Kelderman clawed back valuable time, while João Almeida turned himself inside out to hold pink. Veterans flailed while youngsters soared. Here's how the GC stars fared during the Giro d'Italia's 15th stage.
Vincenzo Nibali and Jakob Fuglsang both struggled in Saturday's ITT at the Giro d'Italia. Now, both veterans must look to the coming mountain stages to gain back the lost time.
João Almeida soared while Jakob Fuglsang struggled. A few pure climbers did better than expected. Here's how the Giro d'Italia's stage 14 ITT shook up the race's GC standings.