Boels-Dolmans manager Danny Stam says American riders have a " fighting spirit" that helps them thrive in the European peloton
Despite a WorldTour win drought, Boels-Dolmans riders confident in team strength and happy to see the peloton grow deeper and more competitive.
After 11 years racing at the top level, Megan Guarnier will retire from professional cycling at the end of the 2018 UCI road world championships in Innsbruck. The three-time U.S. national road champion will finish out her final race for trade team Boels-Dolmans at this week’s Boels Rental Ladies Tour in The Netherlands. Guarnier announced […]
After her first long-haul race block in Europe, young Skylar Schneider is hoping to make an impact at U.S. Pro nationals in Knoxville.
After suffering a heart attack on Monday, Boels Dolmans mechanic Richard Steege awakes from an induced coma in time for the team's victory at La Flèche Wallonne
The wet and muddy Strade Bianche and the UCI Track Cycling World Championships are on the menu for this week's show.
Boels-Dolmans dominates the Women's WorldTour. That might frustrate rivals, but the team manager thinks its good for the sport.
The race for the general classification at the women's Tour of California got a bit heated amid allegations of overly aggressive riding.
Editor’s note: This video includes images from TDW Sport, VeloNews.com, Amstel Gold Race, Flickr.com/creativecommons Philippe Gilbert is like Godzilla on a bike. No, he’s like Hulk Hogan on Crossfit. No, he’s like a grizzly bear and a great white shark, only with shaved legs and a 53-tooth chainring. OK, these awful comparisons should not undersell how strong Philippe Gilbert […]