Vuelta organizers pushing on with preparations while recognizing race will need ultimate approval of health authorities.
Organizers say holding the Tour of Britain without fans would go against 'everything that cycling stands for'
Three team doctors speak of their experiences working in North America's battle against coronavirus.
Iconic race may have to go ahead 'behind closed doors' this October as Belgian Prime Minister urges caution.
Israel has been the first country to allow pro teams to come together for the purposes of training, and the team is considering more training camps in Europe when allowed.
CCC riders to receive at least 50 percent of pay, venue for world championships to be confirmed by the end of May
Lappartient indicates handful of teams are fighting for survival as Astana boss raises warning over future of his team.
Mass gatherings are permitted in the Netherlands from September 1, but Dutch Prime Minister casts doubt over Amstel Gold Race this October.
The two GC contenders should have traded blows at the Giro's opening stage Saturday, but instead are having to wait until October for La Grande Partenza
Team Ineos DS speaks of the difficulties in managing travel, team vehicles and training plans for a stacked 2020 season.
Scott Olsen and James Armstead of the Phoenix Syndicate team in Des Moines, Iowa found a creative way to bring back racing during the coronavirus shutdown.
Part two of a conversation with the legendary French journalist on the last 40 years of the Giro d'Italia.
Thomas De Gendt, Serge Pauwels and Tom Steels spoke of the responsibilities of organizers, teams and riders to ensure Tour de France is safe.
Piccoli rode for over 14 hours to raise funds to help Montreal facilities in the fight against coronavirus.
21-year-old Slovenian not concerned by lost training time or missed racing opportunities as coronavirus blights sophomore season.
Leaked calendar suggests a Giro-Vuelta overlap and monument races falling inside grand tour racing blocks.
Olympic champion focused on surviving season as riders negotiate with team over proposed pay cuts.
Expats and Spanish pros will be allowed to train alone within their home region starting Monday as restrictions begin to ease in Spain.
Multiple sources confirmed to VeloNews that ASO have told teams to be ready to start the Tour de France on August 29.
Discussions of reducing rosters during the Covid-19 pandemic revives debate about what the appropriate size of the peloton.
Sports minister suggests a phased return to racing in France would be needed before Tour, though social distancing measures are still in place.
UCI seeking a new venue for the 2020 cross-country world championships after Germany bans mass gatherings through October.
Manager backs cycling's business model as team grinds out the coronavirus crisis on reduced pay.
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.
Jacob Hill-Gowing has already pedaled more than 3,100 kilometers on an uncomfortable stationary bicycle in his tiny London apartment. His final day of riding will be broadcast by the BBC.
Gent-Wevelgem and Tour of Flanders set to return to Women's WorldTour in 2020, organizers eyeing October dates.
Spanish grand tour vows to push on as Clásica San Sebastián and Itzulia Basque Country are both canceled for 2020.
WorldTour cycling teams, riders brace for calendar revival after months of lockdown.
Vuelta organizers working to have the Netherlands open their race in 2022.
Sports minister clarifies comments made by French Prime Minister banning large-scale sporting events before September.
Women's pro team Bigla-Katusha is recoiling from recent developments threatening its financial future.
Medical experts are pessimistic about the 2021 Olympics, and organizing committee chief says second postponement would be impossible.
In the unofficial battle between pro riders and dedicated Zwifters, both sides came out with victories on the 2020 Zwift Classics series.
Froome insists he is ‘100 percent’ on track for 2020 Tour with nothing but a yellow jersey in mind.
With no other races on the 2020 UCI women's schedule yet, Annemiek van Vleuten is preparing for her worlds defense in September.
Dumoulin cites use of different types of indoor trainer in races as source of unreliability.
Italy to allow outdoor activities from May 4, France expected to allow professionals to train individually from May 11.
Team reacts to recent news that sponsors are unable to honor contractual commitments.
French riders ‘will not be able to participate in Tour’ if unable to train outside soon, warns union
President of French Cycling Union hopes for imminent ease of lockdown restrictions to allow riders to make up for lost training time.
Daniele Carletti and Simona Pergola crossed the Himalaya Mountains and the Australian desert, but their journey was not just about witnessing breathtaking landscapes and rich cultures.
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Belgian super-team receives assurances from main sponsor Deceuninck after warnings fired over lost exposure during racing stop.
Will we see some wacky racing when competition resumes? Is virtual racing here to stay? Does there need to be less dependence on the Tour de France? Let's roundtable!
Javier Guillén speaks out in defense of Vuelta, highlighting that the whole calendar needs to be saved, not just the Tour.
Pro cycling races could resume in early August according to a leaked calendar.
While Hinault was pleased to learn that the Tour was rescheduled — for August 29 to September 20 — he remains cautiously optimistic, at best.
Following release from the hospital, the Jumbo-Visma team director would agree to allow his team to race only under strict conditions.
Officials insist discussions had already been ongoing behind the scenes, for weeks, about how to reorganize the women's calendar.
French ban on public gatherings could extend through September, warns minister.
Dumoulin, Bardet, Pinot speak of anti-doping drought as coronavirus mitigation measures slow testing.
French star Romain Bardet questions if racing the Tour is realistic in time of world pandemic
Some 200 riders are off-contract at end of 2020, and not all of them will find a team next year.