Eritrean sprinter hopes to add more chapters to his trailblazing career in the elite men's road race Sunday: 'Being one of the favorites gives me a boost.'
The three-time world champion heads to Australia with quiet optimism despite bad luck in Canada.
Van Aert on sharing leadership with Evenepoel: 'We have a strong team and it’s a big advantage that we have two cards to play.'
After two seasons at Ineos Grenadiers, Yates would not comment on his future: 'It will be revealed soon.'
Jumbo-Visma controls the race until the closing moments and misses the podium in first of two Canadian races.
Michael Matthews and Biniam Girmay complete the podium.
Geraint Thomas shares condolences following passing of Queen Elizabeth II: ‘I feel privileged to have met her’
Tour de France winner and Olympic gold medalist twice met the Queen: 'She was always dignified, always a constant.'
A tan, rested, and fit-looking Sagan is hoping to post some big rides on Québec on Friday and Montreal on Sunday.
The Groupama-FDJ rider won the Canadian national title in 2018, and will bow out at Québec on Friday and Montréal on Sunday.
A junior world champion in 2019, Simmons cites fatigue and team obligations this fall in Europe as he bypasses elite men's race in Wollongong.
Pogačar relishing high stakes of one-day racing at GP Québec and Montréal: 'It's a bit like gambling.'
Australian talks form, Ewan's controversial non-selection, and Canadian WorldTour races.
EF Education-EasyPost brings hitters to Québec and Montréal in quest for UCI points.
Belgian world's favorite isn't in Québec and Montréal for training camp: 'These are two races on my bucket list to win.'
North America's only WorldTour races are back following a two-year hiatus with COVID with a superstar field.
One-day races cancel due to difficulties over border restrictions and limits on public gatherings.
Bobby Julich and Gus Morton get you up to speed on what went down in the final week of the Vuelta a España, the Canadian WorldTour races, and the Tour of Britain.
Michael Matthews sprints to his first WorldTour one-day victory, timing his winning kick perfectly on the long uphill finish.
Gerrans became the first rider in the event’s five-year history to sweep the Grands Prix Cyclistes Québec et Montréal weekend of WorldTour races
Simon Gerrans, winner of the 2012 GP Quebec, wins again, overcoming a late crash to out-sprint Tom Dumoulin
Organizers of the fifth edition of the Québec City and Montreal Grands Prix Cyclistes have announced the rosters for the upcoming races
For one rider, a victory helped salvaged a disappointing season. For another, standing on the podium was little consolation.
The two Canadian races, which feature strong fields, are slated for Friday and Sunday
Several grand tour winners will compete in the Québec City and Montréal Grands Prix Cyclistes
Casey B. Gibson shoots the Grand Prix Cycliste de Quebec
The Spaniard will wrap up the Canadian races before heading to Europe for worlds
Aussie champ wants to trade in green and yellow for rainbow stripes on the Cauberg in two weeks
Aussie champ brings home a win in the first of two Canadian WorldTour races with a gutsy, late move
On the eve of his third year of bringing cycling's top level to Canada, Serge Arsenault outlines the danger men for Québec and Montréal
Schleck to race in North America, not the Vuelta, after returning from his pelvic fracture
For a rider who has made things look so easy this year, the remainder of Phillipe Gilbert’s 2011 dream season is surprisingly unclear.
A look at Pat McCarty's Argon 18 Galium Pro, a Canadian bike in a Canadian race
Following his win in Friday's Grand Prix Cycliste de Québec, Philippe Gilbert has taken over the lead of the individual UCI World Tour rankings from Tour de France winner Cadel Evans.
QUEBEC CITY, Canada (VN) — Saxo Bank’s Michael Morkov won the inaugural Challenge Sprint Pro Thursday evening in Québec City, besting Enrique Sanz (Movistar), Simon Clarke (Astana) and Robbie Hunter (RadioShack) in a final four-man heat at the crowd-friendly warm-up event held prior to Friday's WorldTour one-day race.
Leopard-Trek’s Andy Schleck announced Sunday morning that he would not be able to contest next week’s Grands Prix Cyclistes of Québec and Montréal, due to complications from an infected wisdom tooth.
Philippe Gilbert will compete in this fall's WorldTour one-day races in Montreal and Quebec City, event organizers announced Friday.
PARIS (AFP) - Quebec on Friday withdrew its bid to host the 2015 UCI road world championships.
The organizer of the Quebec and Montreal one-day ProTour races is considering a stage race for the Boston area in 2012, AFP has learned.
GP Quebec winner Thomas Voeckler will skip the world championships. The team's coach says without him, France lacks a star.
Steve Bauer, who won the precursor to GP de Montréal 22 years ago, says Sunday's course fits his countryman's character and abilities.
UPDATED: The French champion surges in the final kilometer to hold off Boasson Hagen and an inspired Ryder Hesjedal.
It may be tough, but Casey Gibson shows that the course for Friday's Grand Prix de Québec also rates as one of the most beautiful on the North American calendar.
Canadian Ryder Hesjedal comes into Friday's GP Quebec confident and fit. But he concedes that after seeing the course first hand, it's tougher than he was expecting. John Wilcockson talk to Hesjedal and his teammates Svein Tuft and Peter Stetina on the eve of the race.
John Wilcockson picks favorites for this weekend's two one-day ProTour races in Canada and gives a short history of Canada's place in world cycling history.
RadioShack to bring Horner, Leipheimer, Brajkovic and others to the Quebec races
Next month Canada will host the first ProTour events to be held in North America, the GP Montreal and GP Quebec. Horner, Leipheimer, Boasson Hagen, Sanchez, Hesjedal and Basso highlight the start lists released Wednesday.