Giro d’Italia ticker: Lefevere blasts mountain TT, Carthy abandons, Pinot vows to defend blue
All the headlines for the season's first grand tour at the Giro d'Italia from May 6-28.
All the headlines for the season's first grand tour at the Giro d'Italia from May 6-28.
Pedersen completes sweep of victories in all three grand tours after Simon Clarke, Alessandro De Marchi caught 200m from the line.
Robbie McEwen says Giro d'Italia sprinters won't have it easy: 'Organizers are making the sprint stages harder.'
After a slow start, the stage turned spicy in the end. Pinot snagged the KoM jersey, Evenepoel avoided mishaps to stay in pink.
Filippo Ganna and Stefan Küng are favorites for victory, but GC contenders Primož Roglič and Remco Evenepoel might have something to stay.
The official start list for the 2023 Giro d'Italia includes big names for all terrains, from Remco Evenepoel and Primož Roglič, to Sepp Kuss and Mark Cavendish.
Lefevere's quandary: Is there a 'next Tom Boonen' lurking in the junior ranks? Or is the 'Wolfpack' content to ride the Remco wave?
Van der Poel on solo victory: 'You need a bit of luck and you need good legs, and I had both today.'
Who can claim the treasured cobblestone trophies this weekend? Here's our guide to the favorites and outsiders.
Here are some of the best stories, takeaways, and oddities coming out of a Ronde for the record books.
Everyone agreed Tadej Pogačar was the strongest Sunday: 'I have never climbed so fast, but Tadej was simply the best today.'
Mads Pedersen bracing for tricky conditions: 'The Koppenberg will be the big deal. It’s important to go into Koppenberg in a good position.'
Follow all the men's and women's headlines going into Sunday's Tour of Flanders.
No Pogačar, Van Aert, and Van der Poel leaves explosive men's race wide open, women's event expected to see all against SD Worx.
Wout van Aert out of a small group? Lorena Wiebes dominating a bunch sprint? Or can Biniam Girmay and Elisa Balsamo repeat?
Preview: Will Lorena Wiebes and Lotte Kopecky "worx" more magic? And who can stop Wout van Aert and the Jumbo-Visma express?
The one-day race is always a good indicator of how the De Ronde favorites are going so performing at it is a must.
Pogačar tops Tour de France rivals David Gaudu and Jonas Vingegaard after week of dominance in prestigious French race.
Mads Pedersen wins final TT and U.S. star Neilson Powless claws back enough time to win the overall at the five-stage Étoile de Bessèges.
The Dane says he put too much pressure on himself at last year's Giro d'Italia. He's hoping to go to the Tour de France in 2023.
Joe Dombrowski, Veronica Ewers, Mads Pedersen, Elisa Longo Borghini, and more tell VeloNews about their Christmas plans.
Adam Yates, Lucinda Brand, and Mads Pedersen tell VeloNews why the Alicante region of Spain is so good for winter training camps.
The Dane says that it will be hard to beat his 'best season' ever in 2023 as he aims to complete grand tour stage win collection at Giro d'Italia.
Here's the news making headlines on Wednesday, December 14.
Trek-Segafredo's general manager sits down with VeloNews to talk Keegan Swenson, grand tour plans, developing young talent, and the 2022 season.
From Pidcock and Pedersen to Vingegaard and Valverde: Relegation battles, fatigue, flights all reduce the elite men's start list but opens opportunity for surprise.
Everything to fight for on Saturday’s penultimate stage.
Day's breakaway controlled as GC riders keep powder dry.
King of the mountains leaves the race with injuries.
After a rough spring, a victory would have come in handy for the 28-year-old.
Dane comes through for win after three second places: 'It was up to me to deliver it in the end.'
The Dane extends his lead in the green jersey competition.
Trek-Segafredo put in a lot of work over the day's only climb on stage 7, but it wasn't enough to bring back the break.
The 2022 Vuelta a España has been fruitful for the breakaway so far and stage 7 is another very good opportunity for the win.
‘We only wanted the intermediate today, limit the losses.’
Danish rider finishes second on stage 4 to pick up points, beats Bennett in intermediate sprint.
Jumbo-Visma rider powers away from the pack on the final rise to the line to become the fourth from the team to wear the red jersey.
Dane says he was boxed in during stage 3 sprint.
Mads Pedersen and Juan Pedro López headline Vuelta squad focused on stages without forgetting the GC.
The Trek-Segafredo rider powered into five breakaway efforts and tried a few more times that didn't stick in his Tour debut.
Here's where things stand in the races for yellow, green, white, and KoM jerseys after 19 stages of this year's Tour.
The breakaway has its day in Saint-Étienne.
Pedersen hails Quinn Simmons for crucial role in the break as Danish riders continue to deliver at Tour de France.
Day's escape move stays clear following crash by Caleb Ewan.
Trek-Segafredo rookie admits he doesn’t harbor future yellow jersey GC dreams, but hopes to have freedom to hunt stages.
'It’s a second family for me and that’s also why I decide to stay,' say Danish rider.
Trek-Segafredo brings stacked squad for the first week, and Simmons hopes to have some chances in the second half of the Tour.
American team hunt stage wins with Mads Pedersen and Bauke Mollema included in the ranks.
Here are 11 riders the Belgian team boss could sign to strengthen his cobbles squad.
Trek-Segafredo staffer Kenneth Van Impe helps keep the team going through Sunday's ‘Hell of the North.’
From van Baarle to van der Poel, we highlight the key riders to watch in Sunday's final spring classic of the season.
A confident Mads Pedersen will co-lead Trek-Segrafredo and the team is racing to win Paris-Roubaix.
Pedersen good to go for Roubaix, Hamilton stitched after being sent over the barriers in the Basque Country, Vader in hospital care.
Former world champion stakes claim alongside Alexander Kristoff and Stefan Küng as rivals to Mathieu van der Poel in a reshaped 'Hell of the North.'
Danish sprinter racks up another win, leads general classification.
Here's what some of the pre-race favorites for the men's and women's races said at the start lines in Antwerp and Oudenaarde ahead of mythical cobbled monument.
Trek-Segafredo tandem bracing for long-range attacks from key rivals at Tour of Flanders.
VeloNews picks out 10 riders to keep an eye out for in the second monument of the men's spring classics campaign.
Here's what the pre-race favorites for the men's race said at the startline in Ypres ahead of marathon-length cobbled classic.
Who are you going to be watching out for at the men's Gent-Wevelgem? VeloNews selects six stars expected to shine in Sunday's classic.
Here's what some of the race's biggest stars said at the startline in Milan on Saturday morning.
Defending champion at Trek-Segafredo will miss Milan-San Remo with illness most likely picked up at Paris-Nice.
Kate Wagner picks apart the key moments from a gripping edition of the 'Race to the Sun'.
Teammates for six seasons and classics winners both, but Mads Pedersen and Jasper Stuyven have yet to go into the northern classics with both of them at their best. Is that set to change?
Another day of tough racing as the yellow jersey hits the deck and McNulty loses time.
The 'opening weekend' double-header delivers huge kudos and a prize place on the palmarès – but beware, the road to Roubaix is long.
Danish dynamo has started the season on a tear as he goes on a mission to right the wrongs of last spring.
VeloNews analyzes the biggest names heading to the Volta ao Algarve, including Evenepeol, Pidcock and McNulty
Mads Pedersen finished second, retains overall race lead.
The Trek-Segafredo rider sprinted to stage win in blustery conditions that shattered the main bunch.
Capiot goes one better after finishing second at the Clàssica Comunitat Valenciana last weekend, beating Mads Pedersen and Francisco Galván.
Kuurne-Brussel-Kuurne will bypass the Oude Kwaremont in 2022 as it heads to the Hainaut Ardennes for three new climbs.
Danish star shrugs off reported widespread use of ketones in the peloton, and confirms he will not defend Kuurne-Brussel-Kuurne title in 2022.
Mads Pedersen and Jasper Stuyven want to win the same races, so how do they keep from falling out? It all comes down to a deep personal bond.
Italian veteran hoping for a similar scenario but different outcome from 2019 as he pedals into world championships prepared to embrace new opportunity.
After ripping to three stage wins in the Vuelta a España, the Danish breakaway artist will be among the favorites in Leuven for the rainbow jersey.
Here's the news making headlines for Sunday, August 22.
Despite rumors of illicit motorized assistance at the Tour de France, riders say it's highly unlikely.
Pedersen, who describes himself as an “arrogant asshole” explains how he's maintained the edge that helps him win big races.
Sagan to remain at home in Monaco until Friday in order to mitigate COVID risks ahead of Tour of Flanders.