From ‘Top Ganna’ to Americans rising, last week's ‘Race of the Two Seas’ packed more storylines than another Pogačar exhibition.
Could Pogačar uncork a long-distance attack to fend off the sprinters? It could happen.
York analyzes why Jumbo-Visma and UAE Team Emirates have started to leave Ineos and their rivals behind.
Van Aert closing on classics-conquering form after big week in Paris-Nice, reconfirms Tour de France green jersey ambition.
Slovenian star sets the tone early in 2022 with three straight victories and now turns toward the spring classics.
Tirreno-Adriatico: Tadej Pogačar secures trident trophy as Phil Bauhaus sprints to final-stage victory
Pogačar completes sweep of victories at every race he started in 2022 after also winning UAE Tour and Strade Bianche.
Basque climber looks poised to finish on final podium at Tirreno-Adriatico after hanging close behind Pogačar's acceleration.
Two-time Tour de France winner says a few extra grams of weight tilted him in favor of racing on rim brakes for Saturday's decisive battle at Tirreno-Adriatico.
Barely a week after blazing to victory at Strade Bianche, Pogačar powers away from peloton in a way that evokes the Italian climber.
Tadej Pogacar: 'I was pretty happy to be alone on the descent.'
Slovenian megastar takes control in Italy with huge solo win, extending GC lead to nearly two minutes ahead of final sprint stage Sunday.
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.
Pogačar says miscue cost them a chance to contest for stage, but he retains leader's jersey going into Saturday's ‘Pantani’ climb finale.
Belgian star leads top attackers off-course in miscue that didn't shake up GC but might have cost them a chance to win the stage.
Tadej Pogačar rolls on in blue leader's jersey despite course routing mishap in final kilometers.
‘The Race of Two Seas’ runs March 7-13 and can be viewed through a web browser or mobile streaming app.
Brandon McNulty powers to his first WorldTour win in what's another confirmation that UAE Emirates is now among the powerhouse teams.
Tadej Pogačar on Belgian rival in uphill faceoff: ‘Sometimes he tried too hard.’
Defending champion Pogačar assumes race lead ahead of Remco Evenepoel. American Quinn Simmons leads the climbing competition.
Tadej Pogačar vs. Remco Evenepoel duel heats up at Tirreno-Adriatico.
Step aside Monuments — Strade Bianche is more enjoyable to watch than many of the more prestigious one-day events.
Pogačar darts away from Remco Evenepoel to snatch back bonuses: 'If you have a chance, you take it.'
A late-race puncture proved costly to the Basque climber at Strade Bianche, and he's hoping his luck turns this week at Tirreno-Adriatico.
Who needs a superfluous front derailleur when you can push a 58t big ring on a flat course?
A look at the power numbers of Annemiek van Vleuten, Ashleigh Moolman Pasio, Tadej Pogačar, Kasper Asgreen, and others at the Italian race on ‘white roads’
Danish sensation faces-off against Pogačar at Tirreno-Adriatico ahead of top role at Tour: 'If you want to be the best you have to beat the best.'
Top names likes Richard Carapaz and Jonas Vingegaard lose a half minute and more in opening time trial to top GC favorites.
Three-time U23 world time trial champion keen on punching return ticket to Tour de France to help Pogačar aim for a third straight yellow jersey.
Merckx believes that Pogačar could take Tour of Flanders victory on his first try.
The 'Race to the Sun' and the 'Race of the Two Seas' are among cycling's most prestigious races and are deservedly back in the spotlight this week.
Tirreno-Adriatico: Filippo Ganna – ‘It’s difficult to think I can follow Tadej Pogačar on the climbs’
Burly Italian plays down GC chances despite clinging on to top climbers in Provence and the UAE last month.
Pogačar's Strade Bianche smash sets pulses soaring ahead of monument showdowns in San Remo, Flanders.
Documents seen by VeloNews show that the 8-episode “docu-series” aims to lift riders to ‘superstar status’ and open up the sport to millions of new fans in May 2023.
Only 87 riders finished a brutal edition of Strade Bianche that left the world champion banged up and unsure about starting Tirreno-Adriatico.
Two key differences on the Colnago V3Rs from what he used to win the Tour de France.
Titanic solo attack with 50km to go delivers another iconic victory for Slovenian slayer.
'It was as if I had won today' — Valverde continues strong start to his retirement season.
Strade Bianche: 'The Eagle of Durango' crashes twice but leads Jumbo-Visma across the gravel roads of Tuscany.
The Slovenian Tour de France champion adds victory at the burgeoning Italian event to his classics wins at Liège-Bastogne-Liège and Il Lombardia.
Tubeless tires, wider rims, and lower pressure are keys to avoiding punctures and securing grip at Strade Bianche.
VeloNews spoke with many of the top stars at the start line Saturday. The mood? Everyone expects a wide-open, explosive race.
Strade Bianche: From Tadej Pogačar to Julian Alaphilippe, favorites for every scenario on the ‘white roads’
Most editions end with a handful of strong riders hitting the final wall into Siena — who will it be this year? We break down the possibilities.
Quick Guide: What you need to know ahead of a week of Italian racing that welcomes Pogačar, Carapaz, Sagan, Thomas, Kuss and more.
The absence of Wout van Aert and Mathieu van der Poel will make for a more unpredictable men's race as Strade Bianche sets to deliver one of cycling's best one-day races of the calendar.
'Today we came up short but not through any lack of effort' says Ineos rider after finishing second overall.
Sprinters miscalculate the chase as the break wins ahead of the final GC battle in Saturday's mountaintop finale at Jebel Hafeet.
The UAE Tour race leader suffered a rear flat with just over six kilometers to go but raced back on before the finale.
Late-race puncture nearly costs Tadej Pogačar the leader's jersey as straight-ahead sprint stage sees some drama.
Tadej Pogačar takes the stage, Luke Plapp is almost at a loss for words, and Filippo Ganna and Adam Yates remain in the GC frame.
Defending champ said TT was ‘a really fast course and it was a flying pace.’
Ganna finishes seven seconds back on Bissegger as Tom Dumoulin, Tadej Pogačar top the GC pack ahead of summit finish Wednesday.
Tadej Pogačar's road to Tour de France triple starts in the Emirates as top GC racers elbow a who's-who of sprinters.
The omicron variant is catching out riders and teams at a much higher pace than during the first two seasons of the pandemic.
The two-time Tour de France winner tested positive for COVID-19 last week.
Race organizers confirm the 20 starting teams, with Cofidis opting out of the men's WorldTour opener.
Our VeloNews European team picks the rivalries they will be watching on the road in 2022.
Ayuso is already snapping at Pogačar's heels in his first full season with UAE Emirates and has eyes on surpassing the Slovanian sometime soon.
Spanish all-rounder wants to help Tadej Pogačar and help himself following Movistar exit.
For the first time in over a decade, the final time trial has been axed in favor of a sprint stage.
We examine Tadej Pogačar’s Strava KOMs and why everyone’s talking about them.
Despite the latest coronavirus wave, officials confirm the route details for the WorldTour opener in February.
Staffers, teammates, believe Pogačar has plenty more to come as he enters ambitious 2022 season including a Flanders debut and grand tour double.
From Tadej Pogačar and Remco Evenepoel to Nairo Quintana and Alejandro Valverde – here's who's racing where, and what it all means.
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.
Pogačar will make his Flanders debut this season as he takes ever-increasing form to Tour de France, Vuelta a España, and more.
Riders have come and gone, but Eddy Merckx remains the reference point in elite men's racing.
Our European road crew looks back at the highs and lows of the 2021 season.
Our editors weigh in on the 21 must-know, heavy-hitting headlines of 2021 and why they matter: Part two.
Two-time Tour de France winner beats fellow WorldTour pro Luka Mezgec at inaugural Ciklokros Ljubljana.
The 2019 winner said the long, closing time trial is giving him second thoughts about a return to the Tour de France, but vowed to follow team orders.
Australian ex-pro joined the team in 2019 and helped Tadej Pogačar emerge as a Tour de France powerhouse.
Lead sport director Rik Verbrugghe promises the team is also betting on developing talent: 'Everyone wants to find the next Tadej Pogačar.'
Not content with 'just' the Tour de France, Slovenian star outlines 2022 ambitions that also include the Vuelta a España, four monuments, and the worlds.