Intermarché-Circus-Wanty looks to give young ace crucial experience at prestigious races as he rides through long-running contract.
Belgian team builds out three leadout trains for 2023, with Biniam Girmay at the center of its sprinting ambitions.
Here's a look at the Nalini-produced outfits for Girmay, Costa, Van der Hoorn and Co. as they look to back up stunner 2022 season.
Rumor mill continues to churn as Quintana drops more hints his future is secure.
The Eritrean made his grand tour debut this season at the Giro d'Italia, winning a stage before being forced to abandon after a prosecco cork hit his eye.
Circus returns to Belgian team in 2023 as underdog overachievers see roster and staffing overhaul for new year.
All the major changes in the men's WorldTour with director changes at several major teams.
Intermarché: No deal yet for Pozzovivo but team aims to be competitive despite ‘grand tour vulnerability’
'I hope Girmay can be up there in the classics with Van Aert and Van der Poel,' says Visbeek.
'To be honest when Cavendish was on the market with us we were still very much busy with Kristoff,' says Visbeek.
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 22-year-old Eritrean confirms his worlds form is on the rise with a podium against an elite field in Canada.
French climber joins non-French team for first time in career.
Team officials relieved that Girmay not seriously injured and delighted in another win from veteran Kristoff.
Ambitious Belgian outfit keen to tap Dumoulin for time trial and tech expertise as it looks to keep punching above its weightclass in 2023.
The 35-year-old former world champion comes across following six seasons with UAE Team Emirates.
The announcement is the first major move for the Belgian team, which sees a dozen riders off contract this season.
Norwegian rider signs with 'home' team in what's longest contract in his career.
Eritrean sprinter rejoins his Intermarché-Wanty-Gobert teammates at the Tour de Wallonie in Belgium, running Saturday to Wednesday.
Spindly South African climber catapults six spots up GC and reverses early ill-fortune: 'Hopefully this time I don't lose time again.'
Tour de France: Second on Alpe d’Huez marks an important and emotional return to form for Louis Meintjes
South African back to form after several difficult seasons.
South African climber soloes to victory at Giro dell'Appennino to carry momentum into France.
From Girmay and Kristoff to Van der Hoorn and Hirt, Intermarché-Wanty is the team that took on the WorldTour giants and won.
Domenico Pozzovivo on Giro d’Italia crash, GC losses: ‘I was unlucky in that moment, my career is like that’
Intermarché-Wanty's motley crew of pick 'n' mix riders blend success and heartbreak as Hirt buries his Mortirolo miss and Pozzovivo loses time.
Italian stalwart brings wealth of experience but old-school approach to nutrition and tech in push for career-topping Giro result: 'He's not the most up-to-date.'
The Italian still suffers from pain in his back after a driver hit him head-on during a training ride in 2019, but he's riding with the best at the Giro.
Intermarché-Wanty-Gobert vows to keep fighting despite losing history-maker Girmay to freak post-stage eye injury.
Intermarché-Wanty-Gobert officials confirm Girmay will not race as a precautionary move after cork strikes eye in post-stage celebration.
Belgian team’s director Valerio Piva says the Eritrean’s victory is huge for him, for his team, for African cycling, and for the sport.
Updated: Biniam Girmay will decide in morning if he can continue in Giro d’Italia after cork strikes eye
Historic stage-winner missed a post-stage press conference after a cork struck his eye while celebrating on the podium, officials said.
The Eritrean sprinter finished second to Mathieu van der Poel on the opening stage of the Giro d'Italia.
Eritrean sprinter is looking for stage victories as Domenico Pozzovivo aims to get back into the GC top-10.
Eritrean ace commits to huge long-term contract after blazing trail through spring and winning Gent-Wevelgem.
Van Baarle delivers with anticipation and execution, Ineos and Intermarché shine, as Lampaert suffers, and Van der Poel runs out of steam.
The Eritrean is still getting used to the increased media attention but says he'll stay the same person after history-making Gent-Wevelgem win.
From the significance of Girmay's glory to Quick-Step's hard questions and Sagan's form, we take a look at the major talking points from the men's race.
Newmen wheels, a waxed chain, a pro-only integrated bar/stem, and more.
'When I saw 250 meters I didn’t want to wait because if I wait then maybe they can accelerate. I just closed my eyes and kept going,' says Eritrean.
‘This win is significant because there are so many riders watching who will see a rider like them at the top of the sport, and from today they’ll believe that they can do it. It’s so significant’ says Xylon van Eyck.
Wout van Aert called the Eritrean a 'big talent' after he made it into the group of favorites at the Belgian classic.
Alexander Kristoff on Milan-San Remo: ‘I’m not as strong as I used to be, but I still have some legs’
Could the former Milan-San Remo winner be the ultimate outsider this spring? The Norwegian still harbors ambitions for classics surprises.
Norwegian stays upright as Bora rider is relegated by officials.
The Italian rider staves off retirement after signing a late deal with the Belgian WorldTour squad.
Fausto Masnada slips down to second overall after Jan Hirt distances him inside final kilometers of 'queen stage.'
Belgian team seeks new title sponsor for 2023, maintains interest in top-ranked 'cross riders.
Eritrean out-kicked star-studded field to win second day at Mallorca Challenge.
After winning Eritrea's first world championships medal, Girmay poised to blaze new trails in the bunch sprints.
Here's what's making headlines on Thursday, November 25.
The 21-year-old Eritrean hopes that his silver medal in the U23 men's road race will turn to gold in years to come.
Odd Eiking donned the leader's jersey for another day, with no changes to the general classification.
Odd Eiking finished his first full day in leader's jersey.
Taaramäe takes over race lead as Primož Roglič drops to third overall.
VN news ticker: Alexander Kristoff, Sven Erik Bystrøm to Intermarché-Wanty-Gobert Matériaux; Trinity Racing launches career mentorship program
Here's the news making the headlines on Wednesday, August 4.
VN news ticker: Koen de Kort loses three fingers as result of off-road vehicle accident, Team Qhubeka-Assos rebrands as Team Qhubeka-NextHash
Here's the news making the headlines on Thursday, June 24.
Tour de France: DSM brings options to stage hunting bid, Intermarché-Wanty-Gobert rallies around Louis Meintjes
DSM aims for 'aggressive and opportunistic racing' with multi-faceted selection, Intermarché-Wanty-Gobert hopes to carry Giro d'Italia momentum.
VN news ticker: Sam Bennett withdraws from Baloise Tour with injury, Phil Bauhaus victorious on stage 1 of Tour of Slovenia
Here's the news making headlines for Wednesday, June 9.
The Dutchman made headlines with his dramatic breakaway victory, but it almost never happened after he came close to retiring last year.
Underdog victories reaffirm our love for cycling and make us believe that anything is possible.