The 24-year-old eyes up a return to Itzulia Basque country after missing out due to COVID in 2022.
Three years after Vine was overlooked for a chance to race, the rising UAE star roars back with a brilliant debut.
The 31-year-old is taking has a big win in his sights after a few quiet seasons.
Here's what's making headlines in bike tech on Thursday, January 12.
The Australian former racer stepped back from cycling last year to focus on his health.
British all-rounder insists there's plenty of room to race to win in the ever-deeper UAE Team Emirates.
The New Zealander says that his sister Niamh was a big source of inspiration and motivation during lengthy rehab.
The Vuelta a España podium finisher says that technology and information is helping young riders beat more experienced rivals.
Slovenian says he doesn't know how long he will continue to race after turning pro at a young age.
Spanish teen ace hopes to win the Vueta a España in 2023 as he follows hot in the wheeltracks of his illustrious UAE Emirates captain.
Marquee signings for new season both support Pogačar's Tour de France ambition and provide winning options all through the calendar.
UAE Team Emirates star says racing to win is a game, not some sort of way to settle scores.
Aussie climber talks of horror hotels and squeeze on personal spending in his opening seasons in the pro peloton.
Rising Australian prospect will debut in new team colors at Santos Tour Down Under and 'guarantees' he will not race the Tour de France.
The arrival of the Paris-Roubaix champion sees no conflict with Wout van Aert as Jumbo-Visma packs even more firepower for the spring classics.
The Australian pens a two-year deal with UAE.
He has good qualities for the time trial, and he can climb, so in the future he’s one of the riders that we think can be very successful,” Gianetti tells VeloNews.
The 30-year-old from New Zealand secures one-year deal with team after putting in strong rides on MyWoosh.
The Belgian looks destined to race the Giro d'Italia in 2023 but until he confirms his plans there's always a chance of an Evenepoel, Pogačar, Vingegaard battle.
The Slovenian is 'really motivated' to reclaim Tour de France title after losing to Jonas Vingegaard this year.
With just a single uphill time trial, the race is set to be decided in the mountains, where the climbs of the Puy de Dôme, Grand Colombier and Col de la Loze stand out.
The Colombian looks for a new challenge as he leaves UAE Team Emirates after four years.
Juan Ayuso on 2023 Vuelta a España return: ‘After you come third, you only think about trying to win’
20-year-old sensation carries Pogačar-esque grand tour and Ardennes ambition into 2023: 'He is the example to follow.'
UAE Team Emirates hits another victory in the mid-week classic in northern Italy.
Fernández Matxín: No matter what the 2023 calendar looks like, Pogačar will 'try to win every race he starts' next year.
'From the first race until the last, it’s about having a balanced line-up for the team,' says Joxean Fernández.
'McNulty for me is a super, super rider and I believe a lot in him,' UAE's Fernández tells VeloNews.
Slovenian to close out another spectacular season with a pair of one-day races in Italy.
No comment on links that Jay Vine could join from Alpecin-Deceuninck.
British rider leaves Ineos Grenadiers after two seasons.
Grand Prix Cycliste de Montréal: Two-time Tour de France winner fires worlds warning shot to beat back rainbow jersey favorite.
Pogačar on facing off against Evenepoel and other young GC guns: 'We're going to have a fantastic couple of years battling each other.'
The 19-year-old Ayuso lives up to hype as next Spanish stage-race supremo with third place on grand tour debut.
After Pogačar rode to 24th at GP Québec, Bennett said he expects 'Montréal will suit us better.'
Pogačar relishing high stakes of one-day racing at GP Québec and Montréal: 'It's a bit like gambling.'
USA Cycling qualified six starting spots for Australia for the elite men's road race.
After a rough spring, a victory would have come in handy for the 28-year-old.
UAE Team Emirates reports that Ayuso's viral level is low enough that it presents a 'low risk of infectivity.'
McNulty on bad luck: 'It's been a really good season. it's hard now, but I hope to get back to winning soon.'
UAE Team Emirates pairing of João Almeida and Juan Ayuso say Remco Evenepoel is 'almost unbeatable' at the moment but there's a lot more to come at the Vuelta.
The 19-year-old Ayuso dropped the favorites Thursday in stage 6 to climb into the top-5 overall.
The victory is Spain's first stage in any grand tour since Ion Izagirre in the 2020 Vuelta.
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'I want to compete in the grand tour game one day, whenever it comes,' says American rider.
Despite attacking in the final, a freak incident in Wednesday's decisive climbing stage cost Bennett a chance to win the overall.
'It’s sad that Tadej can’t go there as I would have had a lot of pleasure racing with him,' says UAE Team Emirates rider.
UAE keeps its core Tour de France group together, with Rafal Majka, Diego Ulissi and Mikkel Bjerg also to remain two more years.
The 19-year-old outkicks breakaway group to win the Circuito de Getxo in northern Spain.
Cycling's official transfer window opens August 1, and VeloNews peels back the blockbuster deals set to be disclosed.
Sport director Joxean Fernández Matxín praised Pogačar's fighting spirit: 'He never stopped trying to win.'
Arizonan ace tipped for leadership at UAE Emirates after confirming potential at Tour: 'The world discovered we have a great, great rider.'
The white jersey and runner-up 'still really happy' to be on the Champs- Élysées.
Team boss highlights the three main reasons why Pogačar failed to win the Tour de France.
Mauro Gianetti congratulates Jonas Vingegaard and thanks the Dane for the sporting gesture to wait for the fallen Pogačar.
Two-time defending champion tips his hat to his Danish rival: 'In the end, Jonas was really, really strong on the final climb.'
McNulty's comments reveal Pogačar didn't have the legs to attack Vingegaard on the final climb.
Tour de France: Don’t write Tadej Pogačar off but he was the weakest link in the UAE offensive on stage 17
The defending champion hasn't landed a single blow on Jonas Vingegaard and has just two days to realistically crack him.
Tour de France: Brandon McNulty named most aggressive rider after helping Tadej Pogačar to stage win
The American helped pace Tadej Pogačar for most of the final 30 kilometers, setting up the Slovenian for the stage victory.
Tour de France: UAE Team Emirates directors react to ‘exceptional’ day from Pogačar, Bjerg, and McNulty
'What we did today, Mikkel Bjerg first and Brandon McNulty afterwards, was something exceptional,' says team boss Mauro Gianetti.
UAE Emirates on the ropes after loss of fourth rider as pressure mounts on Tadej Pogačar; Tim Wellens latest to leave with COVID-19.
'I know Pogačar will attack me so every day is about trying to follow him and not leaving any gaps,' says yellow jersey.
Tour de France: Pogačar has just two days to crack Vingegaard but Gianetti isn’t pressing the panic button
Vingegaard surfs through the first day in the Pyrenees as UAE Team Emirates lose another rider.
The Spaniard missed the time cut by 15 minutes after vomiting several times during the stage.
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.'
'Last year we were in a different position but it’s a different race and every year is different. We’re here to fight,' says American climber.
Team manager Joxean Fernández Matxin leaves race due to virus.
Pogačar can't shake Jonas Vingegaard on Alpe d'Huez: 'His team is very strong.'
'I cracked myself but I didn’t care,' says Roglič after an epic day at the Tour de France.
'There's a big question over how Vingegaard will cope now that he has a big target on his back,' says Dan Martin in his exclusive column for VeloNews.
'We’ll see. I’ll keep fighting until the end. The Tour is far from finished,' says the defending champion.
Tadej Pogačar defends team COVID protocol after two more positives: ‘We take really good precautions’
Pogačar points to huge crowds and mass contacts as problem after Bennett, Majka tested positive Tuesday.
Tour rookie says Ineos Grenadiers must be tactical in its numbers because 'we are not racing crap riders' at Tour de France.