Looking at the hypocrisy that cuts through our sport.
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
Bjarne Riis returns as a pro team manager. Is that okay? We discuss the pros and cons, as well as Caley Fretz's in-depth story on cycling photography.
We discuss Bjarne Riis's controversial return to pro cycling team management, some weird new wheels, and Team Sky's (not Rapha) kit.
Bjarne Riis returns to team management with Continental squad Virtu Pro – VeloConcept and Women's WorldTour team BMS Bir.
Michael Rogers has retired from racing, but he'll stay involved with cycling as CEO of Bjarne Riis's new team, which aims to launch in 2017.
Bjarne Riis announced the first steps in his return to pro cycling on Thursday, aiming for a WorldTour spot in 2017.
Bjarne Riis may have an unexpected opportunity to return to the world of pro cycling after Cult Energy team loses sponsorship.
Reports indicate that Bjarne Riis is trying to buy back his team from Oleg Tinkov after parting ways with the organization earlier in 2015.
A roundup of some of the top stories in the days before the start of the 2015 Tour de France
The Dane escapes a ban from the sport due to the statute of limitation
Contador will face Giro-Tour double without the support of Riis, who Tinkoff team owner characterized as out of touch with modern cycling
Bobby Julich and Sean Yates are expected to bolster Tinkoff-Saxo's DS lineup. Longtime directors Mauduit and Guidi are out in shakeup
UCI chief Cookson wants Vinokourov and Riis to speak, says he's “delighted” that Lance Armstrong has testified to the commission
Russian billionaire Oleg Tinkov now owns Contador's team — how long will the partnership last?
Contador's season includes a later start, at the Volta ao Algarve, and will skip the pollen-rich Ardennes
The 30-year-old notched just one victory in 2013 — what lies ahead for the Spanish star?
The Danish investment bank fills a hole of 6 million euros as the team continues to look for more sponsors
Retirements and the nation’s financial crisis are having a devastating effect on the peloton
Saxo boss says Contador relationship is fine, reflects on a down Tour
It's back to the drawing board for Contador and Riis, who saw Froome and Sky counter their every move
Team manager Bjarne Riis confirms that talks with Tinkoff Bank are over
Bjarne Riis says riders need to toughen up ahead of Thursday's potentially harrowing descent from Col de Sarenne
Czech's win resurfaces questions over links to Ferrari, Riis' links to Fuentes
47-year-old raced from 1986-2002 and won several races and grand tour stages, along with an Olympic silver medal
Tyler Hamilton testifies that Bjarne Riis introduced him to Puerto ringleader Fuentes and that a negative blood reaction turned his urine black
The U.S. champion brings 100 points to Bjarne Riis with his late signing, and it could be enough to keep the Dane's team in the WorldTour
The UCI's position on dopers returning to the sport as management is clear as mud after Monday's Armstrong press conference
Danish classics man returns to Riis' side
Saxo Bank riders will be heading to Israel for a unique pre-season training camp that's likely a first among the professional peloton.
Alberto Contador would love to see another major climber to help him tackle the coming season, but SaxoBank-Sungard boss Bjarne Riis admits he doesn't have the budget to make a blockbuster addition to his squad.
PINEROLO, Italy (VN) - Two-time defending champion Alberto Contador has lit a fire at the front of the Tour de France in the final week ahead of the three biggest days in this year’s race. Contador’s Saxo Bank-Sungard manager Bjarne Riis said the Spaniard is recovered from the knee injury that hampered him in the Pyrénées and that he must attack every rider in the race on the road to the Col du Galibier Thursday.
Bjarne Riis and Alberto Contador getting used to each other; Dane suggests Giro run isn’t a sure bet
MURCIA, Spain (VN) – A huge smile creased across the typically somber face of Bjarne Riis when Alberto Contador celebrated his first victory of 2011 at the Vuelta a Murcia by pointing proudly at his Saxo Bank-Sungard jersey.
Alberto Contador is already a pretty good time trialist, but his new boss at Saxo Bank-Sungard said changes in his TT position could take the Tour de France winner up another notch.
Alberto Contador says he’s “happy and relieved” about the dramatic reversal from the Spanish cycling federation to clear him from doping charges.
Anthony Tan touches bases with all the players to look at how Saxo Bank is surviving a mass exodus and uncertainty about its star recruit, Alberto Contador
Bjarne Riis says he's confident about Saxo Bank-Sungard's "new beginning."