A deal has finally been done after protracted negotiations, keeping the Manxman at the Belgian team for another year.
The Quick-Step-Alpha Vinyl team boss says he wants to help ‘grow women's cycling organically'.
Deceuninck CEO critical of Quick-Step boss Patrick Lefevere.
Patrick Lefevere pushes back against inclusion of gravel and pavé in 2022 Tour de France, saying organizers 'are looking for thrills.'
VN news ticker: French name support riders for Julian Alaphilippe, Patrick Lefevere causes stir again
Here's what's making news on Wednesday, September 22.
Mark Cavendish, Patrick Lefevere agree terms for extension with Deceuninck-Quick-Step, discuss future in management
Lefevere states an agreement on wages and bonuses has been agreed with Cavendish as pair discusses future with team after retirement.
Spat between Belgian team boss and Irish sprinter takes another turn as Sam Bennett returns to racing Friday for first time since May in a Deceuninck-Quick-Step jersey.
Team boss Lefevere also considering bringing Italian fastman Elia Viviani back after he rode with Quick-Step in 2018 and 2019.
Vuelta a España triumph for Fabio Jakobsen gives Deceuninck-Quick-Step dilemma in dealings with Mark Cavendish
Jakobsen's return to top form gives Patrick Lefevere tough decisions as he negotiates contracts and race allocations with Mark Cavendish.
VN news ticker: Pascal Ackermann signs with UAE-Team Emirates, Patrick Lefevere apologizes for comments about Sam Bennett
Here's the news making headlines for Saturday, August 7.
Voices from the cycling world unify to condemn inflammatory remarks made by Deceuninck-Quick-Step boss.
Here's what's making headlines on Tuesday, June 22.
Five-year deal intertwines the fortunes of the Belgian team in its up-and-coming star rider.
Patrick Lefevere not changing tactics in face of rising challenge from Wout van Aert, Mathieu van der Poel
Deceuninck-Quick-Step vows to 'isolate' the budding classics stars in bid to take them down.
Belgian squad led WorldTour team victories with 39 despite some high-profile setbacks.
No pressure on Manxman in first year back with former team, 'We don't expect Mark to win six stages in the Tour.'
Veteran sprinter returns to Belgian team having raced in Quick-Step colors from 2013 to 2015: 'This genuinely feels like I am coming home.'
How would team boss Patrick Lefevere balance the ambitions of two superstar riders on a future Tour de France team? It's a speculation point to salivate over.
Irishman's brash moves may toe the line, but the sprinter's growing love-or-loathe reputation ripens the sport.
Deceuninck-Quick-Step and Trek-Segafredo directors trade blows over the jury's call to sanction Irishman after stage 9 sprint.