Kuss on his hopes of a return to the 2023 Tour de France: 'It would be cool to be part of that again.'
Off-grid predictions for the men's road calendar, including unlikely Paris-Roubaix heroes, Giro d'Italia subplots, an American uprising at the Tour de France.
Jumbo-Visma ended 2022 as the No. 1 men's WorldTour team. For next year, the team will be under pressure to stay there.
Sepp Kuss on 2023 goals: 'I'd like to go back to the Tour and later the Vuelta'
We dive into the power numbers of the best climbers in the world at the Giro d’Italia, Tour de France, and Vuelta a España.
Grand tour leadership not on the table for Kuss in 2023 after establishing role of Tour de France mountain mega domestique.
Top riders from across the peloton will race on Singapore's Formula 1 circuit on October 30.
Magnus Sheffield, Geraint Thomas, Vincenzo Nibali and Alejandro Valverde are all also expected to appear.
DS Niermann on Roglič: 'He is not 100 percent but he is close and still in the fight.'
Kuss piloted Roglič through the Slovenian's three rides to red jersey and helped tow Jonas Vingegaard to top of the Tour de France.
Jumbo-Visma DS: 'We are in the right place right now.'
A strong 2022 season sees Team USA with plenty of options for the women's and men's teams.
In this column, we look at the speed and power numbers of Jumbo-Visma and UAE Team Emirates at the Vuelta a España.
Week 1 preview: After three nervous days in the Netherlands, the peloton faces a challenging week littered with climbs and possibly heavy rain.
The Colorado climber on ambitions, the opening three days in the Netherlands, and why the Vuelta is a race he loves.
Though it's a thinner number compared to the Tour de France, the North Americans will be at the sharp end of the action.
We catch up with the Jumbo-Visma star about what it takes to race in Europe, and if gravel is experience enough
Riders and trainers share the art and science behind recovering from a grand tour to be in top form again one month later.
This year's edition of the Spanish grand tour lives up to its climber's reputation with no less than eight summit finishes.
Sepp Kuss slated to start Spanish tour as Jumbo-Visma keeps options open: 'If Roglič is not there, it will totally change the approach.'
Jonas Vingegaard’s rags-to-riches story is seemingly incredible, but it was all part of Plugge’s longterm plan to mine talent, polish the rough edges, and create the peloton’s most efficient and seamless team.
A look at the power numbers of Jonas Vingegaard, Tadej Pogačar, Sepp Kuss, and Brandon McNulty at the Tour de France.
How the North Americans fared at the Tour de France: Attacks aplenty, an historic stage win and a top-15
Illness stopped Boivin and Woods at the doorstep in Paris, but the North American contingent lit up this Tour de France in ways unseen in decades.
Tour de Hoody: Across this Tour de France, US and Canadian riders are attacking and delivering results unseen by North American riders in decades.
'They made the race incredibly hard today. If you see the time gaps in the GC it's kind of crazy,' says Jumbo-Visma DS.
Brandon McNulty rode at the front to blow up the peloton and crossed the line third to win the most combative prize.
Kuss delivers crushing ride on road to Foix as he carries burden of shepherding Vingegard through two mountaintops to come.
Sepp Kuss leads Jumbo-Visma lockdown on Alpe d'Huez summit as Jumbo-Visma switches gears from explosive ride to the Granon.
In this column, we look at the power numbers of Wout Van Aert, Tadej Pogačar, Neilson Powless, and more at the Tour de France.
From breakaways, crashes, a near yellow jersey, and helping to save their captain's GC hopes, here's how the Americans fared.
The 40-second gap is ‘not a lot, only one bad day for Pogačar’ says Dane as he and Kuss reflect on race’s first nine stages.
The American says that Planche des Belles Filles was better suited to Tadej Pogačar and that Jonas Vingegaard will come into his own later in the race.
American climber says Jumbo-Visma promises to attack 'every stage in the mountains' after bumpy cobblestone ride.
Tour de Hoody: Sepp Kuss defends his team's ambitious goals of the yellow jersey, green jersey, and stage wins.
The 27-year-old isays the Dutch squad has a 'good team for pretty much everything' and is looking forward to getting stuck in.
Seven US riders and three Canadians are expected to roll down the start ramp Friday to open the 2022 Tour in Copenhagen.
Jumbo-Visma's Tour riders eat more, race less, and accumulate altitude more than ever before. Here's their Tour de France route map.
Jumbo-Visma set to stagger Tour de France lineup reveal due to COVID-19 situation.
'Our main strength is not trying to fight Pogačar head-to-head:' Jumbo-Visma relying on Roglič-Vingegaard one-two and a squad for all scenarios.
From grand tour great Tom Dumoulin through young ace Pernille Mathiesen, racers are feeling the squeeze more than ever. We speak to the staffers who help keep them level.
Simmons bosses breakaway to take KoM jersey after two months out of racing, Kuss sprints with Tour GC heavies in Swiss opener.
US climbing ace heads to Tour de Suisse with stage wins in mind and Tour de France selection to race for.
Grischa Niermann confirms Roglič and Vingegaard will share leadership duties at Tour de France and vows to bring 'strongest riders' in support.
In the world of marginal gains, less aero drag means more speed.
'Sepp has a very special training program that's quite different from others,' said his team director. We dive into what Kuss is doing and why.
Tirreno-Adriatico: Sepp Kuss suffers mechanical as Jonas Vingegaard vows to attack at Tirreno-Adriatico
Jumbo-Visma climbing combo hopes to light up Saturday's stage to move up at Tirreno-Adriatico.
Colorado climber confirms he will race Tour de Suisse for first time as he plots a late-race raid at Tirreno-Adriatico.
Tour de Hoody: Belgian classics specialist will miss Tirreno-Adriatico in aftermath of spectacular crash at Strade Bianche.
Strade Bianche: 'The Eagle of Durango' crashes twice but leads Jumbo-Visma across the gravel roads of Tuscany.
Quick Guide: What you need to know ahead of a week of Italian racing that welcomes Pogačar, Carapaz, Sagan, Thomas, Kuss and more.
New Cervélo S5 spotted under Wout van Aert and others in ‘opening weekend’ races.
Americans Brandon McNulty and Sepp Kuss show strength in February French races.
McNulty and Kuss go one-three in France to stamp status as leaders of pack of rising U.S. talent.
American talent continues sizzling start to the season with victory in French classic, Sepp Kuss finishes third after two-rider chase.
'If things don’t turn around now, I think that we’re on the wrong path here,' said Human Powered Health sport director.
The Coloradan returned to his skiing roots with a 10km race in Andorra.
Jumbo-Visma to continue building Coloradan’s GC creds with ambitious spring schedule ahead of return to Tour de France.
Confirmation of Jumbo-Visma's Tour de France squad underscores growing importance of Sepp Kuss inside the Dutch powerhouse.
Can the combination of three former podium finishers, Sepp Kuss, and Wout van Aert be enough to win the Tour? Jumbo-Visma is hoping so.
A muddy Roubaix, a miracle ride at the Olympics, a temper tantrum in Spain, the ever-booming gravel scene, what wasn't to like in 2021?
Our editors weigh in on the 21 must-know, heavy-hitting headlines of 2021 and why they matter: Part two.
Racing with Roglič, victory celebrations with Valverde, and the possibility of GC – Kuss looks back on 2021 and throws forward to the future.
Coloradan climbing sensation explains how a little of everything in moderation keeps him raring to race and lovin' life 12 months a year.
Kuss enjoys some single-track and a trip to Colombia following a stellar 2021 capped by Tour de France stage-win and top-10 at the Vuelta a España.
Colorado climber shows off new consistency across three weeks to secure first top-10 in a grand tour with eighth on GC.
The Gamoniteiru sees longer, steadier grades, but the Angliru packs a punch with its 25-percent ramps — the pros agreed that the Angliru remains in a class of its own.
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Here's what Sepp Kuss, Miguel Ángel López, and others said after the two-time defending Vuelta a España champion regained the race lead.
Roglič takes huge 2:22 lead over Enric Mas as Jumbo-Visma dominates the first of two back-to-back mountain stages at the Vuelta.
Colorado climber sits back and watches Ineos Grenadiers unravel as Primož Roglič tightens grip on race lead.
Here's what Pavel Sivakov, Felix Großschartner, and others said after Michael Storer rode into his biggest career win.