IAM Cycling, folding after four years in the pro peloton, will ride its final race at Paris-Tours this Sunday
IAM Cycling is folding at the end of 2016, but the team is pedaling out of the peloton with its head held high after two wins in the Vuelta a Espana.
The Swiss team will fold at the end of the year, but it's hoping to go out on a high note.
IAM riders got bad news Monday that the team would fold at the end of the year but are optimistic that time remains to find other teams.
Swiss banker Michel Thétaz confirms he does not have a co-sponsor to back the WorldTour team beyond the current season.
Team owner and manager Michel Thétaz tells VeloNews he needs to secure more funding — and he's giving himself until mid-May.
A UCI official miscalculates the time gap after a race neutralization, due to crash, and IAM Cycling claims it cost David Tanner the win.