The 21-year-old is among key contract extensions and renewals for Team DSM that also include Nils Eekhoff, Chris Hamilton, and Martijn Tusveld.
Pogačar looked unbeatable until he fell into the trap set by Jumbo-Visma that turned the Tour de France upside down last week.
Team DSM pushes back on perceived notion that Bardet could come unstuck in penultimate stage TT of Tour de France.
Jumbo-Visma's crucial call to pull Roglič to protect his health will leave Jonas Vingegaard short-handed ahead of final week of Tour — was it the right one? Our editors chime in.
VeloNews puts together the definitive list on the 19 riders Ratcliffe and his team has signed since Ineos took over from Sky.
French ProTeam to receive major budget increase for 2023.
Groupama-FDJ leader looking to win back time in the mountains which suit his characteristics.
We look at the power numbers of Jonas Vingegaard, Tadej Pogačar, Sepp Kuss, Matteo Jorgenson, and more at the Tour de France.
Governing body says no signs of hidden motors have been detected.
The last time France had a winless Tour was 1999. It’s not too late to triumph and there’s plenty of reasons behind it. Gaudu, Bardet and Madiot chime in.
Pogačar says Ineos Grenadiers appears to be 'racing for the podium' but hopes the attacks will come against Jonas Vinegaaard: 'He is the favorite to win.'
'The race is still very much on,' vows DSM. But is Bardet backed against two conflicting battles ahead of the Tour's final week?
The 2018 Tour winner is having his best Tour in years and enters the final week with everything in play: 'You've got to keep believing.'
Tuesday's 16th stage features two first-category climbs in the second half of the route that will be punctuated once again by blazing heat.
Jumbo-Visma leads among 22 teams with the lion's share of prize money to be awarded Sunday in Paris.
'Guys are really struggling:' Brutality of Tour baked by heat and shaped by aggressive racing takes toll on master leadout man Mørkøv.
Neither rider is in the top-20 and both will face further testing prior to Tuesday's stage 16.
Michael Matthews beating climbers in the mountains, Wout Van Aert able to win everywhere: versatility means more chances for success than ever before.
Israel-Premier Tech climber crashed Sunday, and although he finished the stage, an X-ray reveals a fractured right rib.
'We want him to podium in the tour ... it’s within his reach.' Quintana quietly cruises into form at Tour de France as team targets more in third week.
After six podium finishes on the Tour last year, the Alpecin-Deceuninck rider claimed his maiden stage victory.
“You can win a stage and all of a sudden it can go from being a disaster to a great success for the team," says American rider Joe Dombrowski.
'I’m more looking ahead but you have to be aware of what’s behind you,' Welshman tells VeloNews.
Cofidis rider was seeing stars at the finish in Carcassonne after valiant breakaway effort on home roads.
Jonas Vingegaard survives with race lead intact after crashing with 56k to go.
Unlike on Stage 10, the race continued after police dragged protestors from the road.
Andy Schleck: Tadej Pogačar would still be in Tour de France lead if it wasn’t for ‘stupid mistakes’
'All these stupid mistakes of sprinting for two seconds. Then you come to a point where you are fucked and you lose two and a half-minutes,' says former Tour de France winner.
Jumbo-Visma sees a second rider quit the Tour de France after a heavy fall, shortly before the yellow jersey also hits the deck in fast crash.
With temperatures still very high in Europe, the time cut has been extended and riders will be able to take bottles almost all day long.
Cort wakes up with fever and headache while Clarke returns positive in routine test.
The Slovenian has been suffering with injuries that have lingered since his stage 5 crash.
Rigoberto Urán expected to come around in the Pyrenees after starting the Tour de France undercooked
'With Rigo, I never really assumed that he would be able to ride GC after he came out of Suisse with COVID,' says Vaughters.
Belgian still in pain but nursing his wounds as vital rest day approaches.
The BikeExchange-Jayco rider registered his first stage victory at the Tour de France since 2017.
Spindly South African climber catapults six spots up GC and reverses early ill-fortune: 'Hopefully this time I don't lose time again.'
Tour de France: Jonas Vingegaard happy he could follow Tadej Pogačar’s attacks as he defends race lead on stage 14
Jumbo-Visma rider talks of his respect for rival and how he expects to come under attack in the Pyrenees.
Sweltering transition stage in south-west France offers an important opportunity for Ewan, Jakobsen, Groenewegen and other fast men.
'Pogačar came to me and said Jumbo are struggling, they’re struggling,' says Thomas.
Tadej Pogačar unleashes warning of what’s to come at Tour de France: ‘It’s not going to be easy days for Jumbo’
Pogačar uncorks early attack in test of Jumbo-Visma's ability to defend: 'In the end, I know how good each one of them is.'
The Australian put in a fine performance to drop his breakaway companions.
Grand tour powerhouse leaves open path for Pidcock to explore after young Brit packs more prestige into palmarès on Alpe d'Huez.
There have been no reports of injuries and incident should not disrupt stage finish.
Stuart O’Grady likens Wout van Aert to Eddy Merckx, talks Tour de France green jersey and Caleb Ewan
'Every stage is like a mini World Cup race. It’s so intense. That’s great for the sport and for the viewers but it makes it hard work for the pure sprinters,' says Australian.
Claus and Karina Vingegaard on their son’s cycling beginnings and how he dropped fellow riders on Alpe d’Huez as a teenager.
Alpecin-Fenix DS Michel Cornelisse accuses bike commissaire of having 'no feelings' after incident.
Organizers prepare 10,000 liters of water to douse melting tarmac as peloton meets a heatwave in sun-scorched southern France this weeekend.
Michael Matthews: First priority is to re-sign with BikeExchange, I’ll know my future by Tour de France rest day
The versatile Australian is sick and has finished second twice in the Tour de France so far. Can he win a stage and improve his contract position?
'We have the experience of losing the Tour on the last day and we have won three grand tours so we know that we have to stay focussed,' says Zeeman.
Commentary: Why Tadej Pogačar’s implosion on the Granon changes everything in this Tour de France – and beyond
Making sense of Pogačar’s loss of innocence, what it means for the Tour and exploring why fans like champions more when they fail.
The final climb is steep enough to cause problems for anyone not having a great day.
After an impressive showing on Alpe d'Huez, the American says he's 'hungry for more' in his exclusive VeloNews blog.
Pedersen hails Quinn Simmons for crucial role in the break as Danish riders continue to deliver at Tour de France.
Bad luck turns to no luck at all for Caleb Ewan as a crash takes down the Australian on stage 13.
'Disappointment again.' Jorgenson vows to keep hunting after second top-five finish in four days in debut Tour.
Ineos Grenadiers director confident Thomas 'one of the best we've ever seen' as team counts on his experience in a Gen-Z race.
Day's escape move stays clear following crash by Caleb Ewan.
The Australian sprinter survived the Alps and Lotto-Soudal was chasing an early breakaway.
Team manager Joxean Fernández Matxin leaves race due to virus.
A thrilling victory atop Alpe d'Huez only raises expectations about Pidcock's grand tour future. His coach says 'we are going to see his limits.'
2012 Tour winner also praises performances of Chris Froome and Geraint Thomas.
Sport director explains how the trap was set on the Col du Galibier to isolate and attack Tadej Pogačar.
Officials confirmed that the team's other seven riders cleared health controls, and will continue in the race.
Vingegaard parries Pogačar's attacks on the Alpe in day one of daunting nine-stage mission to defend yellow jersey.
From muddy school uniforms to Alpe d’Huez triumph: This is just the start of Tom Pidcock’s Tour de France journey
'I compare myself to Pogačar to Wout, these guys, they are both older than me, and more experienced. But I am ambitious and I have big ambitions,' says British rider.
Yellow jersey Jonas Vingegaard raises the fear of COVID, but fans and riders celebrate the return of the Tour's most famous climb.
Tour de France: Second on Alpe d’Huez marks an important and emotional return to form for Louis Meintjes
South African back to form after several difficult seasons.
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.
Frenchman finishes 19 seconds behind fellow challengers, limiting his losses by riding at his own rhyhthm.
Sepp Kuss leads Jumbo-Visma lockdown on Alpe d'Huez summit as Jumbo-Visma switches gears from explosive ride to the Granon.
Pogačar can't shake Jonas Vingegaard on Alpe d'Huez: 'His team is very strong.'
'Where I’ve come from over the last three years, battling back from my accident to finish third on one of the hardest stages in the Tour, I can be really happy with that,' says four-time Tour winner.
The Ineos Grenadiers rider soars away from the breakaway to take biggest road victory of his career.
The four-time winner and talented Tour debutant combine down the Galibier with dazzling descent to get in front.
Team boss points to over-aggressive racing and commitment to yellow rather than COVID or a hunger knock as cause of Wednesday's spectacular undoing.
Former Tour winner predicts fireworks on return to iconic climb where he won in 2018.
Colombian revs up climbing legs in blast from past to move up into top 5.