Evenepoel is in pole position to become Belgium's first grand tour winner since Johan De Muynck won the Giro d'Italia in 1978.
The Tour leaves the Alps with a transition stage to St-Étienne in sweltering heat. The sprinters will be hungry to make the most of this opportunity.
Breakaway specialist to keep shaking things up after recovery from burnout.
Lotto-Soudal star reveals his personal marks and milestones during the three-week Giro.
Fans shouldn't give up on this Giro just yet. There might be some boring moments, but the 2022 Giro isn't even half over. In fact, the fun hasn't even started yet.
Watch as the veteran Lotto-Soudal rider wins from the break to ease his team's woes at the Giro d'Italia.
A decade after winning out of a massive Giro breakaway, De Gendt proves he's still as wily as ever.
Lotto-Soudal rider wins from four-rider sprint.
The unrelated riders create their own GC classification at the Giro d'Italia.
Thomas De Gendt's been ‘racing’ non-stop for a year straight, Drone Hopper doesn't disappoint, and Mathieu van der Poel avoids close call with cork.
Belgian escape artist will use all of his skills in the art of the breakaway to make sure none of them arrive to deprive teammate Caleb Ewan a chance at victory.
We look at some power testing data from WorldTour team training camps.
Oliver Naesen and Thomas De Gendt see legal punishment as a step too far for overzealous fan.
Australian sprinter crashes out with broken right clavicle in high-speed spill with Peter Sagan in crash-marred stage 3.
Belgian team focusing on sprints and breakaways for its 37th start in Tour de France.
Here's what's making the headlines on Monday, May 24.
Week-long race wraps up with frantic final stage in Barcelona as Ineos Grenadiers take a full sweep of the overall podium.
Thomas De Gendt, Tony Gallopin featured in early breakaway attempt.
While some athletes have been honing their racing skills by racing on the road, others have been hitting the trainer more — and more strategically — than ever before, with their sights set on making history.
Tour de Hoody: Reasons for Ineos’ Tour de France collapse; underdog attackers; Thomas De Gendt’s best chance
The lack of access to Team Ineos Grenadiers means everyone will be speculating about Egan Bernal's Tour de France collapse on Sunday, writes Andrew Hood.
We all know about Team Ineos Grenadiers vs. Jumbo-Visma. Here are five storylines outside of the GC battle and the race's COVID-19 precautions to follow throughout the 2020 Tour de France.
Breakaway specialist to keep hunting for stages at the Tour and Vuelta when racing restarts.
The drama of a breakaway can be enthralling, but the intricate tactics are difficult to pick out in TV coverage. Learn the nuances here from the peloton's best.
Competing on Italian courses that mimic the Stelvio and Tucson countryside, the startlist has all the firepower of a grand tour.
Thomas De Gendt, Serge Pauwels and Tom Steels spoke of the responsibilities of organizers, teams and riders to ensure Tour de France is safe.
Guillaume Boivin confident of riders' own health at Paris-Nice, though he and others fear measures to prevent spread of virus around general public could put long-term stopper on racing.
If there is a breakaway, chances are you'll see Thomas De Gendt in the mix. He's honed his craft for many years, and it's paid off with wins on Ventoux and the Stelvio.
De Gendt's daring attack pays off in stage 1 of Volta a Catalunya. The Belgian wins his first race of 2019 season.
Riders increasingly seeking release from season's pressure of "too much Strava records, too much training, and too much focus on racing"
Thomas De Gendt capped off an all-day breakaway with a solo victory in stage 2 of Tour de Romandie Thursday.
Belgian Thomas De Gendt blasted an all French jury for naming Warren Barguil as the race’s most aggressive rider.
On this week's VeloNews Show: should Mark Cavendish stick around for the Champs Elysees? Can Tejay van Garderen rebound from his bad day? And how is Julian Alaphilippe feeling after his Cliffhanger moment?
Thomas De Gendt and Gert Dockx are injured after being hit by a car in Spain while training. They are transferred to Belgium for further examination.
The Belgian, who finished third in the 2012 Giro d'Italia, signs a one-year deal
The Dutch-based squad is losing its main sponsor after this season and will fold
Dutch squad will lose both of its title sponsors at the end of the season
Team loses second naming sponsor and overall lead in California, but will keep hunting stages
Italy's grand tour has made progress in recent years to gain value and respect among the peloton
After an impressive attack led to a third-place finish in the 2012 Giro, Thomas De Gendt is targeting the Tour de France in 2013
Thomas de Gendt to lead Vacansoleil Vuelta squad; Malaysia looks to invest in velodrome; Pendleton ready to bust out the heels
Sánchez shouldn't miss Tour de France, Olympics; De Gendt even parties on a bike; Coppel's bitter loss; Red Zinger founder calls for Flagstaff finish
Merckx, Sportwereld weigh in on De Gendt; free Olympic road race viewing recommendations; Wegelius thanks Garmin co-workers for Hesjedal's Giro title; Gilbert comes up short
Team Vacansoleil wanted him to focus on the Tour, but De Gendt chose the Giro and it pays off with a huge win on the Stelvio
After almost 20,000 feet of climbing, Thomas De Gendt climbed onto the podium as winner of stage 20. Purito, Hesjedal still atop overall
Goss, Tuft, Haedos among early names headed to Italian grand tour
Westra, De Gendt and Larsson lead Dutch squad from the Riccò embarrassment to the podium
De Gendt solos to victory while Leipheimer crashes three times, Wiggins holds lead