Team BikeExchange captain so far has avoided the mishaps, crashes and time gaps that can prove fatal to a podium run in a grand tour.
The Belgian star lost more than two minutes on the gravel stage to Montalcino, can he bounce back? Or did he lose all chances?
'Gran' Bernal delivers his finest performance since winning the 2019 Tour de France to gap rivals and tighten grip on pink jersey.
The Slovakian superstar counts on tactical expertise as well as strong teamwork to deliver sublime Giro d'Italia stage victory.
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Smaller teams face an uphill battle against the WorldTour powerhouses, but sometimes the underdog comes up big.
Jumbo-Visma putting GC ambitions on hold while Ineos Grenadiers could carry pink jersey into week 2.
The emerging GC battle between two of the peloton's youngest stars is setting up an epic edition of the Giro d'Italia.
A win at the race is an automatic qualifier for the Tokyo games.
Routing stages into packed European city centers means the peloton faces more traffic islands, barriers, and dangers, writes Andrew Hood.
This week we discuss Joe Dombrowski's huge win, as well as the race's GC standings. Then, Larry Warbasse answers your questions.
From Joe Dombrowski's historic win, to Remco Evenepoel's roving media scrum, Andrew Hood examines the Giro's storylines.
You have questions about the Giro d'Italia, and we have answers! Today, Larry Warbasse fields questions about disc brakes and Cat. 1 heroes.
In this column, we dive into the power numbers of Filippo Ganna on stage one of the 2021 Giro d’Italia.
Filippo Ganna's historic milestone; Sagan's motivations to win; Giacomo Nizzolo's streak of second-place finishes.
Only 12 active riders boast grand tours on their palmares — who will the next generational leader?
La Flèche Wallonne should alter the iconic Mur de Huy finale, argues Fred Dreier, especially in light of the Amstel Gold Race's success with its new finish.
Are you going to watch the Tour of Flanders on Sunday? Fred Dreier has some tips on what to look for during the broadcast.
They might look superhuman on the cobbled climbs, but pro riders admit that the Flanders hills are brutal and have insight on which ones make or break the race.
While Belgium's opening weekend garners much of the attention, these two tough classics in France are worthy of your affection.
From Annemiek van Vleuten's Movistar debut, to Trek-Segafredo's team strength, to BikeExchange's new era, here are five stories to follow at Omloop Het Nieuwsblad.
We examine Michael Woods' battle with Trek-Segafredo at the Alpes-Maritimes et du Var. Then, Kiel Reijnen joins the show from UAE Tour.
We're keeping our eyes on Tao Geoghegan Hart, Nairo Quintana, and the stunning scenery in France's Var Valley this weekend.
Colombia has a lot of candidates for grand tour glory. But which of the active peloton will be first to take the top step after three weeks? We argue it out.
Dave Brailsford is spreading out his stars across the season; will it work or will it backfire?
Peloton's 'puncheurs' and GC riders will be challenged right from ‘grand départ’ at 2021 Tour de France.
Primož Roglič held his nerve and limited his losses to Richard Carapaz in the final mountain stage of the race Saturday, and was able to successfully ride to his second-straight Vuelta victory.
We analyze the key features and potential flashpoints of the newly-revealed parcours for both the Tour de France and La Course.
Roglič, Carapaz, Martin and Carthy emerged as the strongest on Wednesday and have marked themselves out as the key GC contenders ahead of a series of pivotal stages.
How Chad Haga, Joe Rosskopf and Joe Dombrowski plan to unplug after hard-fought Giro d'Italia.
The Giro d'Italia descended into chaos on stage 19, and there were no easy answers as riders stood their ground.
Ineos Grenadiers, Bora-Hansgrohe among major figures to criticize Friday's rider protest as Vegni vows vengeance.
Larry Warbasse and Brandon McNulty are looking forward to a big celebration — and some gelato — at the conclusion of the Giro d'Italia.
With just 15-seconds between the top-3 on GC, the Giro d'Italia is still wide open with just one mountain stage and one TT left to decide the 2020 champion.
Chad Haga and Joe Dombrowski are holding up just fine, while Joey Rosskopf reveals his pick for the overall.
Wilco Kelderman has taken over the lead of the Giro d'Italia, but his 15-second gap to Tao Geoghegan Hart is extremely thin.
The young British rider started the race as a chief lieutenant for Geraint Thomas, and after the explosive stage 18, he is on the shortest list of contenders to win the overall.
João Almeida finally ceded pink, while Wilco Kelderman took a tenuous grip on the race lead. Tao Geoghegan Hart emerged as perhaps the best contender to win the overall. Thursday's stage 18 at the Giro d'Italia upended the GC picture.
Larry Warbasse and Brandon McNulty share their insight into what lies ahead in the final week of the Giro d'Italia.
Joe Dombrowski and Chad Haga brace for the challenging third week of the Giro d'Italia.
Joey Rosskopf and Chad Haga reflect on their best and worst moments of the second week of the second week of the Giro d'Italia.
Wilco Kelderman clawed back valuable time, while João Almeida turned himself inside out to hold pink. Veterans flailed while youngsters soared. Here's how the GC stars fared during the Giro d'Italia's 15th stage.
Chad Haga, Larry Warbasse and Joe Dombrowski expect to see fireworks in the final week of the Giro d'Italia.
João Almeida soared while Jakob Fuglsang struggled. A few pure climbers did better than expected. Here's how the Giro d'Italia's stage 14 ITT shook up the race's GC standings.
Joe Dombrowski and Larry Warbasse talk about how the COVID controls are impacting their routines at Giro d'Italia.
Joe Dombrowski, Larry Warbasse and Joey Rosskopf offer updates from the Giro d'Italia.
Joe Dombrowski and Brandon McNulty say Joao Almeida could go far in this Giro d'Italia.
Joey Rosskopf and Brandon McNulty share their highlights and low points from the opening half of the 2020 Giro d'Italia.
Teams are withdrawing, with weather and steep climbs yet to come. VeloNews examines how this affects tactics and overall strategy for the remainder of this year's race.
Brandon McNulty and Joe Dombrowski give us the racer's perspective on this year's hardest stage in the Giro d'Italia.
In today's roundtable we discuss which storyline from week one will be most interesting to follow during the remainder of the Giro d'Italia.
We deconstruct the dramas of the day, from the shock exit of Simon Yates to the potentially career-altering victory of Alex Dowsett.
Joe Dombrowski and Larry Warbasse break down how the final week should decide the Giro d'Italia.
VeloNews looks at how a lack of any single dominant team is shaping this year's race, balancing riders in two grand tours, and how long João Almeida will remain the current race leader.
VeloNews examines the potential effects of bad weather in the Alpine stages, as well as the chances for a darkhorse win, and the importance of time trials at the 2020 Giro d'Italia.
Monday's third stage of the Giro d'Italia saw the GC standings upended on the battle to Mt. Etna. Fred Dreier examines how the pre-race favorites fared on the push to the summit.
Brent Bookwalter and Joey Rosskopf discuss their favorite Giro d'Italia memories and pick this year's most decisive stage.
Geraint Thomas is out of the GC and Simon Yates is way off the back – who will step up in the GC battle?
We chew over Sagan's Giro campaign and Fuglsang's tattered team, as well as turning our attention to the frantic finale of Liège-Bastogne-Liège.
We serve up our takes on the high-speed downhill TT that opened this year's Giro d'Italia, and take a look at the early GC shakeups.
Loaded with veterans, this year's Giro d’Italia bucks youth trend
This year's Giro d'Italia is set to see climbers do battle with time trialists and the whole peloton brace for a fight with the elements.
Geraint Thomas and Vincenzo Nibali headline a Giro that will play off the climbers against the time trialists.
What can Wout van Aert achieve in his career? Will any WorldTour teams not return in 2021? You have questions and we have answers.
The Tour de France's final time trial was not short of drama, with tragedies and tribulations throughout the GC. We share our opinions and memories from the stunning stage 20 to La Planche des Belles Filles.
The Tour de France's only individual time trial completely shook up the GC standings one final time before Paris. How did Primož Roglič, Rigoberto Urán, Richie Porte, and the other GC stars fare? We analyze each man's ride.
VeloNews Podcast, ep. 214: Did Ineos Grenadiers save its Tour? Sepp Kuss; French views on the Tour de France
On this episode of The VeloNews Podcast Jens Voigt breaks down the breakaways from stages 18 and 19 of the Tour de France. Then, can Ineos Grenadiers save it's Tour? We hear from American Sepp Kuss. And French journalist Pierre Carrey discusses how French fans are viewing the 2020 race.
Saturday's individual time trial up La Plache des Belles Filles will inject more drama into the 2020 Tour de France as Primož Roglič tries to defend yellow.
Should the Tour de France bring back prologues and longer individual time trials? And who will win the UCI road world championships?
Thursday's stage 18 over the Plateau des Gliéres saw riders tackle a long stretch of gravel road. Afterwards, riders said they aren't convinced that gravel belongs in the Tour de France.
A stage win and the Tour de France polka dots are huge accomplishments for the riders at Team Ineos Grenadiers. But these prizes won't suffice for the history books, the crusty press corps, or team management, writes Fred Dreier.
We unpack the key talking points of the final major mountain stage of the race, from Ineos' consolation prize to Porte's untimely puncture. Time for some takes!
VeloNews Podcast: Primož Roglič vs. Tadej Pogačar in the Tour de France’s alpine battle; Sepp Kuss dispatch
Jens Voigt breaks down the GC battle on the Col de la Loze, including the tricky tactics of Primož Roglič and Sepp Kuss. Then, Sepp Kuss files a dispatch from his debut Tour. And finally, James Startt and Andrew Hood take us on the ground at the Tour.
Wednesday's stage 17 of the Tour de France featured a huge battle on the Col de la Loze, and the stage further upended the top-10 placings in GC.
We deconstruct the drama from the brutal slopes of Wednesday's summit finish, from Pogačar's yellow jersey hopes to López's podium potential.
In today's Active Pass roundtable, a rider wants to know if we will see a French super team emerge. And, has this Tour de France been thrilling or boring?