Trek-Segafredo's general manager sits down with VeloNews to talk Keegan Swenson, grand tour plans, developing young talent, and the 2022 season.
UAE sport director Fabio Baldato bullish on Italy's cycling future: 'The Italian cyclists are coming, they are young, they are good. We don't need to be afraid.'
After more than two years without a victory, Giulio Ciccone bounced back in the best way with a win in the mountains that also extended Trek-Segafredo’s run of success at the Giro.
Ciccone keeps the Trek-Segafredo celebrations rolling with Alpine victory as Carapaz and the GC contenders recover from red-hot Turin stage.
Aging war horses carry Italian pride into the second week of a Giro d'Italia that's so far without an Italian stage winner.
Dan Martin watches the Giro d'Italia come to life on the summit finish of Blockhaus and takes VeloNews readers inside the mind of a racer.
'Mattias has full focus here and we’ll go all in for a GC and we’ll see where he is after the three weeks,' says Rast.
Trek-Segafredo boss talks about developing riders, looking for a grand tour rider, Netflix, and Ciccone's all-important year.
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Gravel summit Sunday saw the Giro's GC shake into shape – but the race remains on a knife-edge.
Sicilian veteran hands leader's baton to Giulio Ciccone in what could be his last-ever Giro.
The Trek-Segafredo rider wore polka dots at the Giro, and yellow at the Tour in 2020, but then experienced setbacks. He looks to be regaining form for the current season.
French star debuts rainbow jersey season with long-distance attack and then takes pulls in victorious sprint.
Trek-Segafredo signals it will bring all-star cast to Tour de France, with Giulio Ciccone seeing leadership shot at Vuelta a España.
All those in Trek-Segafredo that Ciccone had recent contact with confirmed as clear of coronavirus.
There were winners, losers, and big surprises on La Planche des Belles Filles. Did stage 6 live up to the hype?
In an opening 11 stages of the Giro that were largely flat and dominated by sprints, there was a small band of opportunists who made their mark by other means