Nairo Quintana, Vincenzo Nibali, and Tom Dumoulin are just a few of the big names that will switch teams after 2019.
Latin American riders could match the UK sweep of all three grand tours this year, setting up a new Ineos era of domination
Several top riders are heading to Spain for the Clásica San Sebastián, but recent Tour winner Egan Bernal might be heading home.
The Colombian superstar was humble in congratulating Bernal for making history, but vows to keep fighting for his own shot at yellow.
Egan Bernal's long journey to the 2019 Tour de France victory included a few moments when the young Colombian seized the opportunities that were in front of him.
How should we rate this year's Tour de France, and what were the most exciting and important moments of the race? Our final roundtable addresses the talking points from the Tour.
Young guns shine in the final stage of the Tour as 25-year-old Ewan wins on the Champs-Elysées and 22-year-old Bernal wraps up the overall.
Bernal puts a cap on a stellar season after winning Paris-Nice and Tour de Suisse, and at only 22 years old, has a long career ahead of him.
Julian Alaphilippe cracked and lost over 3:00, falling out of the podium spots, allowing Geraint Thomas to move up to second overall and Steven Kruijswijk to take third.