Officials confirm team will remain in WorldTour despite departure of several high-profile riders.
Behind-the-scenes fallout sees Riis exiting after less than one year at helm of African team.
With just weeks until the start of 2021, team manager Bjarne Riis is not optimistic about the team's future.
VeloNews spoke to riders and team directors prior to Sunday's stage 9, and the sources expressed a common sentiment for the race to continue to Milan.
Dane questions if Jumbo-Visma will use its strength in the best way to help Roglič.
Team leaves GC ambitions on wayside as Bjarne Riis returns to Tour de France at helm of ambitious NTT selection.
The tension between Alberto Contador and Lance Armstrong during the 2009 Tour de France was perhaps the most memorable intra-squad rivalry of the last 15 years.
Rivalries within La Vie Claire and CSC-Saxo Bank reveal the tension between cycling's team ethic and personal ambition.
Russian billionaire was often at center of controversy during two stints as a team owner in the WorldTour.
Discussions of reducing rosters during the Covid-19 pandemic revives debate about what the appropriate size of the peloton.
The Danish manager threw a barb at his British rival, and insisted that cycling needs to stick together if authorities sign off on the Tour de France.
Africa's first WorldTour team sees the pressure mounting as its title sponsorship is up for renewal in a season of upheaval.
One of most notorious figures of EPO era vows he's changed as he returns to cycling in team management.
UCI president David Lappartient says controversial Dane Bjarne Riis has the right to come back to pro cycling with Team NTT.
The Outer Line examines the news that Bjarne Riis will take a director role with NTT Pro Cycling for 2020.
The 1996 Tour winner returns to pro cycling, baggage and all, saying he's long turned the page on his past connections to doping.
Reports of Bjarne Riis's return make waves as teams and the UCI huddle to create WorldTour road map for 2020