Simon Clarke has re-signed with the Slipstream Sports program through the 2020 season.
Logan Owen, 22, will ride for U.S.-based WorldTour team, which nearly folded because it initially lacked sponsor dollars for 2018.
Despite two weeks of uncertainty in the midst of transfer season, Cannondale-Drapac's top riders are staying on the team for 2018.
Cannondale-Drapac will continue into 2018 with EF Education First as a prominent sponsor.
An email from Cannondale-Drapac team management confirms that all contracts for 2018 will be honored.
Andrew Talansky is retiring. We talk more about Cannondale-Drapac's tenuous situation, and argue about the Vuelta.
TOMARES, Spain (VN) — Cannondale-Drapac riders say they are awed and inspired by the outpouring of fan support as the team’s future hangs in the balance. A crowd-funding effort opened Wednesday has already seen nearly 3,000 fans put their money where their passions are. Racers are impressed. “That is an indication of how meaningful that […]
Michael Woods said he's hopeful Cannondale can find money and survive for at least another year, but he's looking at other options too.