The reigning world time trial champion doesn't get into details, but said he was becoming a person he didn't like ahead of his abrupt Tour exit
The Spanish star has been knocking on the door of grand tour success for years and he's optimistic he will see more support in his latest move.
WorldTour teams juggle their bike providers in 2020 as trend away from manufacturers acting as co-title sponsor continues.
Ten Dam to target gravel racing in retirement, six riders added to ever-strengthening Bahrain team.
Ellingworth, Cavendish, and new sponsor McLaren join Poels and Landa at a new-look team with the Tour in its sights.
Former teammates and longtime sprint rivals André Greipel and Mark Cavendish are heading in new directions for the upcoming seasons
Wout Poels's departure to Bahrain-Merida for 2020 reveal a deeper reshuffling at cycling’s richest team.
Veteran Italian star recounts his near-fatal collision and promises to mount a comeback to competition despite heavy cost
Why did Rohan Dennis abandon the Tour de France on Thursday? Australian reporter Rob Arnold went searching for answers
The success of a team's whole season can be defined at the Tour de France. Some teams opt to change their goals for the race over a number of seasons, while some are forced into action by misfortune or poor form. We spoke to riders about how it's done.
Rohan Dennis has been working for years to become a GC rider at grand tours. Dennis will place that mission on hold during this year's Tour de France
Vincenzo Nibali is nearing top form ahead of his Giro d'Italia attempt.
A dominant force in Formula 1, McLaren is now a 50-percent partner in the Bahrain-Merida team and expected to offer extensive expertise.
Negotiations with Nibali on hold while team finalize details with new partner, who return to cycling following previous involvement with Team Sky and Specialized.
The Italian and four-time grand tour champion kicks off his season at the Tour de San Juan Monday.
Grand tour star Vincenzo Nibali says that the birth of his Bahrain-Merida team this 2017 season makes him proud.
Vincenzo Nibali is critical of Italian backers who were wary of funding a WorldTour team. Instead, his new squad is based in Bahrain.
Ramunas Navardauskas and Heinrich Haussler will have a fresh start to their careers with the new team based in the Middle East.
Joaquim Rodriguez, 37, decides he'll race for one more season with the controversial upstart team Bahrain – Merida.
The new squad registered in the Middle East is vying with several others for a spot in cycling's top level.