Ecuadorean laughing about "little tumble" after the finish as Ineos Grenadiers count themselves satisfied with good Vuelta start.
Ineos Grenadiers deputy principal calls their Vuelta TTT a "bloody good ride" while white jersey wearer Hayter reflects on grand tour debut.
Former world champion extends with British squad in what will be a full decade in team colors.
Exclusive interview with the former Tour de France winner on his status within the team, proving doubters wrong, and his best numbers ever.
'We’ve got a couple of guys who can climb similar speeds. I think that Egan can climb at that rate,' says deputy team principal.
Tour de France: Ineos in damage limitation mode as Pogačar and Vingegaard turn Mende into their playground
'I think that we expected that sort of gap on that sort of climb,' Ellingworth tells VeloNews.
Ineos Grenadiers director confident Thomas 'one of the best we've ever seen' as team counts on his experience in a Gen-Z race.
Ineos Grenadiers still in negotiation over Adam Yates renewal, team unlikely to sign replacement for Richard Carapaz
Ineos will develop its crop of young riders rather than sign another proven grand tour winner to replace EF-bound Carapaz.
'It’s not just about riding around so we’ll use every trick in the book to try and tactically win the race,' says Rod Ellingworth.
Tour de Hoody: Team boss Rod Ellingworth says Pogačar will 'lose one day' and promises UK super-team will be ready to pounce.
Young Briton Ben Tulett’s longest race before the Giro was eight days, and says he learned a huge amount from working for Ineos leader Richard Carapaz.
Ineos boss: We didn’t know Richard Carapaz was struggling on decisive mountain stage of Giro d’Italia
'Everything was going to plan on the Fedaia, Richard said he was feeling good,' says Ineos Grenadiers manager Rod Ellingworth.
While some of the well-established names remain, Ineos invested heavily in young talent and is already seeing the benefit at the Giro d'Italia and beyond.
After winning three of the past four pink jerseys, Ineos Grenadiers keeping lid on early action ahead of ‘big fight’ looming in final week.
Now back in Europe, the former Tour de France winner is training again with his Ineos teammates.
Egan Bernal's recovery and long-term health are central to the team's strategy in the transfer market.
Egan Bernal is so hungry to return but we don’t know if he’ll get back to that top level again, says Ellingworth
Team boss discusses grand tour rosters in wake of Bernal crash, confirms Geraint Thomas not guaranteed start at Tour de France.
A contract extension could be announced in the next couple of weeks despite interest from Bora-Hansgrohe.
Founding Ineos Grenadiers manager will remain involved in the WorldTour team, but will take a larger role to coordinate interests in sailing, football, rugby, and Formula 1 for British billionaire Jim Ratcliffe.
Hammond and Ben Williams join directing group as supersquad looks toward ‘new chapter’ in 2022.
British team principal moves on to pursue 'new projects' as squad transitions to Bahrain Victorious in 2021.
Making highly charged personnel selections is nothing new for Rod Ellingworth, who has a deep background with the British Olympic program. He explains how Bahrain-McLaren picked its 2020 Tour de France team, including the omission of his old associate Mark Cavendish.
Team boss confident in team’s finances and eager to regain momentum after winning start to season.
Bahrain-McLaren boss backs beleaguered sprinter, focuses on role as team talisman and mentor.
It remains to be seen if the 35-year-old can prove to team Bahrain-McLaren bosses that he's worthy of a start in this year's Tour.
The British sprinter reveals a calendar stacked with early season racing and renewed dreams of matching the Merckx record at the Tour.
The Spanish star has been knocking on the door of grand tour success for years and he's optimistic he will see more support in his latest move.
With its powerful roster and unrivaled equipment and technology, Bahrain-McLaren ready to target the top in 2020.
Ellingworth, Cavendish, and new sponsor McLaren join Poels and Landa at a new-look team with the Tour in its sights.
Former teammates and longtime sprint rivals André Greipel and Mark Cavendish are heading in new directions for the upcoming seasons
Wout Poels's departure to Bahrain-Merida for 2020 reveal a deeper reshuffling at cycling’s richest team.