Tour de Hoody: Sneaky tech, altitude camps, and classics riders desperately seeking form all featured in the Ruta del Sol.
Bora-Hansgrohe is quickly turning the page on the Peter Sagan era with aggressive racing and fresh victories.
Kämna kicks out of strong escape group for mountaintop victory, Poels withstands pressure on final climb to defend GC.
Dutch climber snatches race lead after early season altitude camp with 'the whole peloton' on Spain's Teide volcano.
Dutchman outsprints Alexey Lutsenko after pair attack the all-star breakaway, handing Poels GC honors ahead of final stage Sunday.
Here's the news making the headlines on Thursday, October 21.
Wout van Aert, Michael Woods, Wout Poels and Nairo Quintana lock into fierce 'king of the mountains' battle that will highlight Tour's final week.
Saturday's stage 17 to La Covatilla produced a thrilling battle between the GC stars. Here's how the final mountaintop finish of this year's Vuelta a España shook up the standings.
Sunday's Vuelta a España stage atop the Alto de l'Angliru produced thrilling action, as Hugh Carthy took a career-defining win, Primož Roglič bent but didn't break, and Richard Carapaz stormed into red. Here's how the other GC stars fared:
Wout Poels's departure to Bahrain-Merida for 2020 reveal a deeper reshuffling at cycling’s richest team.
With Ineos's big names sitting on the sidelines, the team is sending a mix of young and old to the Vuelta
Though it took too long, the case to disqualify Juan José Cobo from the 2011 Vuelta is an important milestone in the fight for clean sport.
Fractured hip added to Chris Froome's list of injuries, as Wout Poels describes recon crash as worst he's ever seen
Stage 17 of the Tour de France was fun to watch, but was it fun to race? We asked riders throughout the peloton.
Wout Poels (Sky) will tackle the "Race to the Sun," which begins Sunday, for the first time in 2018.
Wout Poels attacks on Alto de las Allandas to take the overall lead after a win in stage 2 of Ruta del Sol in Spain.
Sky's Wout Poels wins final stage at Tour of Poland Friday. BMC's Dylan Teuns fends off attacks to win overall by two-second margin.
Two Ardennes favorites are out of the hilly races due to knee injuries. Julian Alaphilippe and Wout Poels will look to recover for the summer.
Steve Cummings put himself in pole position to emulate Bradley Wiggins and become only the second British rider to win the Tour of Britain.
On the heels of an impressive showing at the Vuelta, Chaves is set to win the inaugural Abu Dhabi Tour with a lone flat stage remaining
Wout Poels and Edvald Boasson Hagen duke it out on Tour of Britain's climbing day — the former wins, the latter takes race lead.
Several notable riders are left off the team's lineup, including American veteran Danny Pate
Another win for Sky, with Wout Poels riding away from the favorites at Tirreno-Adriatico, confirms the team is off to a fast start in 2015
Jumping clear in a three-man break, Wout Poels wins stage 3 at Luxembourg tour, while Fuglsang takes GC lead