In Part 1 of a series, Jonathan Vaughters writes about the relegation battle and how the team managed the tightrope.
Two-year deal soon to be confirmed by the American team.
'If Rigoberto decides to carry on then that means Cavendish is a no-go for us' says American team boss.
The story behind the biggest transfer of the summer as Ecuadorian star switches from Ineos to EF Education-EasyPost.
Rigoberto Urán expected to come around in the Pyrenees after starting the Tour de France undercooked
'With Rigo, I never really assumed that he would be able to ride GC after he came out of Suisse with COVID,' says Vaughters.
Mark Cavendish to EF Education-EasyPost? Jonathan Vaughters confirms interest but it’s not a done deal
'If he got that Eddy Merkcx record, he’s an icon in the sport. You can always make room but there’s lots of questions,' says American team boss.
'I think this is one of the best groups we’ve had in many years. There’s a good blend, Jonathan Vaughters made some good signings, but we’ve just had some bad luck,' Wegelius says.
'The bigger teams, they can sign, retain and poach the best talent from smaller teams. It’s a rough game. You’ve got to be really scrappy,' says American team boss.
Chann McRae will take a break from the City of Austin police department this summer to ease back into the role as sport director for Roxo Racing.
'Ultimately he’s creating his own path and as a team, we’re lucky to have him,' Vaughters told VeloNews.
EF-Education EasyPost documents reviewed by VeloNews reveal the numbers behind the multi-million-dollar sponsorships in the WorldTour.
Team CEO Jonathan Vaughters says he wants to change up how the team races in 2022 with 11 new riders.
Here's what's happening on Wednesday, October 27.
Jonathan Vaughters discusses Tadej Pogačar's huge lead, race preparation, and whether or not riders should release power data.
The American and South African-based WorldTour squads continue to fill out their rosters with climbers and sprinters.
American-based team petitioned UCI and RCS Sport to declare a race winner following the upcoming rest day.
Ecuadoran delivers big win after all eyes have been on EF Pro Cycling's wild jersey since the Giro d'Italia started.
American squad fined nearly $5,000USD for allegedly failing to register new streetwear-inspired livery.
In a dramatic twist of fate, Martínez upended the script, dropping two Bora riders inside 500 meters to go and then sprinting into the stage win.
Although the initial “alt-cal” received a lot of media attention, in reality, it was a fairly minor part of the overall Team EF Pro Cycling program.
Villalobos recorded the AAF prior to joining EF Pro Cycling in 2019, however a yearlong delay in the anti-doping process kept the information from reaching team management upon his hiring.
The Outer Line examines the role that rider agents play in pro cycling. These power brokers can influence which riders start in which races, who gets a contract and who is left out, and how much a rider will get paid.
After Colin Strickland won the 2019 Dirty Kanza 200, EF Pro Cycling invited him to join the WorldTour in 2020 to race Paris-Roubaix. Here's why Strickland declined the offer.
Lawson Craddock earns a two-year contract extension after a solid season that included a string of breakaway rides and time trial performances.
In this week's episode of The VeloNews Podcast we speak to Team EF Education First CEO Jonathan Vaughters about his new book: 'One-Way Ticket: Nine Lives on Two Wheels.'
Jonathan Vaughters's new book "One-Way Ticket: Nine Lives on Two Wheels" sheds new light on pro cycling's 'EPO era'
Gravel’s big year: Inside the Dirty Kanza’s sale; prize cash in the Rockies; WorldTour participation
Gravel cycling is having a big year in 2019, with corporate buyouts, big paydays, and even interest from WorldTour pro riders
Young Colombian Sergio Higuita only arrived at EF Education First in early May. Now they're comparing his punchy style to Alejandro Valverde's.
After losing some weight in the off-season, Italian Alberto Bettiol, 25, stuns Flanders favorites and scores EF's biggest victory in years.
Top professional riders hope that the incoming USA Cycling CEO can work toward inclusion and collaborate with grassroots races.
The veteran sports businesswoman chats with VeloNews about her ideas for the WorldTour squad.
An inside look at EF's foray into the world of bike racing
With a long-term deal in hand, Sep Vanmarcke and his EF team expect the Belgian will be a cool-headed threat at Tour of Flanders.
Cannondale-Drapac has been public about its search for a new sponsor, and Rigoberto Urán's magic Tour de France may aid the effort.
Jonathan Vaughters talks about his early years with Taylor Phinney and what it means to have him back, riding for Cannondale – Drapac in 2017.
Jonathan Vaughters thinks he's found an untapped talent in Pierre Rolland. The Cannondale – Drapac team hopes to set the Frenchman up for a top-five Tour result.
Jonathan Vaughter's and Michael Drapac teaming up to create Continental team that will focus on both racing and higher education
Cannondale boss Jonathan Vaughters hopes the ASO/UCI feud will be resolved and is concerned that Tour could exclude his WorldTour team.
The Cannondale boss tells VeloNews Pierre Rolland has already made some "big improvements" in his aerodynamics.
The Tour de France is a formidable weapon in ASO's power struggle with the UCI and its WorldTeams, says Cannondale boss Jonathan Vaughters.
Juanma Gárate rode for several teams as a GC contender during his career, earning four top-10 finishes in the Giro d'Italia.
What does it take for a top domestic rider to make it to the WorldTour? That’s a question several pros are asking themselves.
The Cannondale-Garmin team founder discusses a variety of issues with VeloNews as his team gears up for another Tour de France
Part one of a wide-ranging, exclusive interview with Cannondale-Garmin team founder Vaughters ahead of the Tour de France
The squad's 2015 merger with Slipstream Sports indicates how far Italian cycling has fallen from its glory days
Garmin's Alex Howes got his first Tour de France nod, and he's off and pedaling through the biggest show in pro cycling
The stage winner and his colleagues marvel at the crowds, but say spectators need to take more care on course
An analysis of the long-term effects of performance-enhancing drugs
Vaughters says the squad will meet in February to give the riders more time to spend at home before the season gets going
With four riders having gone public with doping confessions tied to their early careers, Garmin boss says ethics come before image
"The Armstrong Lie," a documentary about Lance Armstrong's fall from grace, debuted at the Toronto International Film Festival
Kiwi Tour rookie abandons after crashing into fence on the Col du Glandon
The Garmin-Sharp CEO talks about his squad, Sky’s dominance, and more in Gap
The 36-year-old Canadian is the oldest Tour de France rookie of the modern era
Garmin squad lacks an outright leader at the Tour de France, but has several riders who can "create chaos in the race"
Jonathan Vaughters says the distance between the British super squad and the peloton is smaller in 2013, which is good for fans
With incredible depth but no clear leader, Garmin brass won't cut down to nine Tour riders until after a training camp next week in Girona
Bissell rider launches solo attack that nearly sticks at the Volkswagen USA Cycling Professional Road and Time Trial National Championships
Former adversaries and teammates reconnect and discuss ways to move cycling forward and focus on eliminating the cultural structure of doping
Six-month bans for Garmin riders and Leipheimer expired on Friday
Vaughters urges Armstrong to follow through on indication that he would testify to anti-doping authorities
A handful of anti-doping players weigh in on how, when and why fans should believe in cycling