Astana Qazaqstan extends with two riders as teams continue to fill out the final roster spots going into 2023.
Italian says that the team is seeking a new headline sponsor after Drone Hopper misses three months of payments.
Backers of Gianni Savio's long-running team have not met required UCI financial guarantees for 2023, reports La Gazzetta dello Sport.
‘Kilometers in Fuga’ and ‘Traguardo Volante’ competitions give Drone Hopper opportunities for prizes in a peloton with far deeper purse-strings.
Giro d'Italia lands back in Italy, Mark Cavendish's media snub, and why the peloton loved the ‘big start’ in Budapest.
Thomas De Gendt's been ‘racing’ non-stop for a year straight, Drone Hopper doesn't disappoint, and Mathieu van der Poel avoids close call with cork.
Bardiani CSF Faizanè, Savio's Drone Hopper-Androni Giocattoli crew, and Contador's Eolo-Kometa squad get the call for Giro this spring.
Italian manager who signed Colombian to first pro contract cautions 'full recovery will only happen with patience.'
Drone Hopper-Androni Giocattoli reveals new jerseys for 2022 as Savio welcomes new lead sponsor.
An industrial drone company based in Spain will back the Italian team for the next four seasons.
VN news ticker: Gianni Savio’s squad secures sponsorship, David Lappartient a shoo-in for UCI Presidency re-election
Here's the news making headlines for Wednesday, July 7.
Veteran Italian manager Gianni Savio back for his 33rd Giro d'Italia, and begins sponsor-hunt to make it at least one more.
Sosa has always been one step behind Bernal in their shared pathway in the peloton. Is Sosa ready to step out from Bernal's shadow?
Cyclists from Colombia made a huge impact on the pro peloton over the last decade, as Rigoberto Uran, Nairo Quintana, and then Egan Bernal all scored top victories.
Here's the news making headlines for Thursday, February 11.
Gianni Savio has been happily watching the young Colombian Egan Bernal climb the ranks but says he isn't ready for Tour debut
Outspoken Tinkoff-Saxo owner feels that cycling needs to change to offer better, safer racing, especially at the grand tours
Cycling's new "Mr. Sixty Percent" is Venezuelan and has missed his shot at Europe with Androni Giocattoli
Fiery Italian Gianni Savio is building toward the sport's top level and isn't afraid to ruffle feathers of his rivals along the way
Savio closes door on one flagging star after another brings sponsor dollars
Savio livid with Rujano, says Venezuelan's last chance has expired; Friday was reckoning for two GC hopefuls
Giro Notebook S6: Androni manager Gianni Savio gets his win, with Rubiano's stage 6 victory today; continues string of success on a budget
Gianni Savio brings his unpredictable Venezuelan climber to turn over the Giro in the mountains
Ballan 'doesn't understand' Pozzato's Flanders tactics; Greipel doubtful for Paris-Roubaix; Boardman to step down from British Cycling; Jose Rujano looks to Giro podium
Anthony Tan interviews Gianni Savio of Androni-Giocattoli at Langkawi
Gianni Savio, the debonair Italia director of the modest Androni Giocattoli team, is hoping to pull one more surprise at this month’s Giro d’Italia.