Roglič cautions despite early warning flare: 'It's just the beginning of the Vuelta.'
Energy drink monolith and Van Aert's personal sponsor Red Bull releases YouTube short featuring pro cycling and Formula 1 stars.
The modern era of the 'super teams' is dominating grand tour racing — will this Vuelta reshuffle the deck?
The Colorado climber on ambitions, the opening three days in the Netherlands, and why the Vuelta is a race he loves.
'I don't need the red jersey until Madrid,' Slovenian jokes; sports director Niermann says Roglič still feels back pain.
Team backs Dutchman despite his upcoming departure.
Van Baarle moves on after five years at Ineos Grenadiers, while Kelderman switches from Bora-Hansgrohe.
Jumbo-Visma lines up as favorites in evening opener that might come down to balance between speed and safety.
Burgos-BH starts first and Jumbo-Visma is last off the ramp to open the 2022 Vuelta.
Commentary: Is Primož Roglič pushing himself too far at Vuelta a España after Tour de France injuries?
The Slovenian is preparing for a bid to take his fourth Vuelta just weeks after breaking two vertebrae.
Jumbo-Visma favorite reflects on injury discomfort, Remco Evenepoel threat and how he got over Tour de France disappointment.
The Dutch sprinter ace was one of the leading recruits when Jumbo-Visma created its development squad in 2020.
Riders and trainers share the art and science behind recovering from a grand tour to be in top form again one month later.
The recently crowned yellow jersey has never raced the pro worlds before, and he won't be going to Wollongong next month.
Dumoulin lived with his emotions on his sleeve, and there was no hiding the agony and ecstasy that came with every dramatic turn of his career.
'The tank is empty,' says former Giro d'Italia winner.
Sepp Kuss and Rohan Dennis make part of the Dutch team for the final grand tour of the season.
Laurens de Plus also involved in training incident with car this week as he and Benoot call for caution from motorists.
Dutchwoman takes third win in three days, beating Uttrup Ludwig on uphill finish.
The Dutch woman comes from behind to take Fahlin right on the line.
Marianne Vos tapes ‘puppy paws’ reminder to her bike after Postnord Vårgårda WestSweden disqualification
The Dutchwoman ensures she doesn't make the same mistake again after losing victory in Sweden last week.
Dutchwoman beats Megan Jastrab and Shari Bossuyt in Helsingør.
A few seconds of 'puppy paws' was enough to disqualify Dutchwoman after initially being declared the winner.
Sepp Kuss slated to start Spanish tour as Jumbo-Visma keeps options open: 'If Roglič is not there, it will totally change the approach.'
Australian climber arrives just days after Eddie Dunbar is confirmed.
Jumbo-Visma rider Edoardo Affini called out the UCI and complained that the incident was 'unacceptable' as the injuries mount.
The announcement is the first major move for the Belgian team, which sees a dozen riders off contract this season.
Jumbo-Visma trainer pushes back against doubters: ‘I put my hand in the fire for everyone in this team’
Jumbo-Visma head of performance braces back after Jonas Vingegard, Wout van Aert hit with doping questions at Tour de France.
Going into the mountains Vos' hold on yellow isn't certain, but the likelihood of her going green is sound.
Cycling's official transfer window opens August 1, and VeloNews peels back the blockbuster deals set to be disclosed.
Soccer super-strategist Erik ten Hag played a key part in Jonas Vingegaard's ride to the yellow jersey. Here's how.
'I know nothing about it. Primož or his manager didn’t say anything about this,' says Jumbo sports director.
Recently crowned Tour winner is cheered on by multitude from same square where his Tour journey began a month ago.
Vos races astutely to defend her lead, but expects to lose ground when the road tilts up this weekend.
Jonas Vingegaard’s rags-to-riches story is seemingly incredible, but it was all part of Plugge’s longterm plan to mine talent, polish the rough edges, and create the peloton’s most efficient and seamless team.
'As a kid, there was no Tour de France for women, so for me that hadn't been a dream. But now, it's something big.'
Teenage Vingeaard would vomit with nerves before races and ‘introverted’ Dane told his girlfriend he’d be a banker, not a pro cyclist, L’Equipe article reveals.
The 20-year-old attended Ineos Grenadiers camps previously, but rival picks him up.
Tour de France champion says he started believing he would win after Hautacam and reflects on ‘incredible journey’ for him and Jumbo-Visma.
The Dutchwoman was pipped at the line by Lorena Wiebes during the first stage of the Tour de France Femmes.
Wout van Aert turns sour after questions over performance: 'I don’t even want to answer this question, it's such a shit question.'
Jumbo-Visma rider answers question in his press conference about why the public should believe in his overall victory.
Jumbo-Visma domestique's departure leaves team of race leader Jonas Vingegaard down to five riders.
Here's where things stand in the races for yellow, green, white, and KoM jerseys after 19 stages of this year's Tour.
Tour de France: Christophe Laporte final kilometer attack was not ‘part of the plan’ but racer’s instinct
The Frenchman jumped out of the bunch in the final kilometer to steal an impressive solo win.
The Jumbo-Visma rider secures France's first win at the 2022 Tour de France.
Mauro Gianetti congratulates Jonas Vingegaard and thanks the Dane for the sporting gesture to wait for the fallen Pogačar.
Green jersey Van Aert drops the climbers in Tour's mountain stage: 'It was a good test to know if I can target the maillot jaune one day.'
Two-time defending champion tips his hat to his Danish rival: 'In the end, Jonas was really, really strong on the final climb.'
Niermann responds to criticism of team's green and yellow jersey plans and lauds Vingegaard as 'the best climber in the world right now.'
'They made the race incredibly hard today. If you see the time gaps in the GC it's kind of crazy,' says Jumbo-Visma DS.
Tour de France: Don’t write Tadej Pogačar off but he was the weakest link in the UAE offensive on stage 17
The defending champion hasn't landed a single blow on Jonas Vingegaard and has just two days to realistically crack him.
Jumbo-Visma's green machine mathematically safe in points classification after stage 17 intermediate sprint. If he completes race, he’ll win his first 'maillot vert.'
'I know Pogačar will attack me so every day is about trying to follow him and not leaving any gaps,' says yellow jersey.
Kuss delivers crushing ride on road to Foix as he carries burden of shepherding Vingegard through two mountaintops to come.
Pogačar looked unbeatable until he fell into the trap set by Jumbo-Visma that turned the Tour de France upside down last week.
Jumbo-Visma's crucial call to pull Roglič to protect his health will leave Jonas Vingegaard short-handed ahead of final week of Tour — was it the right one? Our editors chime in.
Jumbo-Visma leads among 22 teams with the lion's share of prize money to be awarded Sunday in Paris.
Tour de France takes new tilt as UAE Emirates and Jumbo-Visma go six-on-six in tense battle between Vingegaard and Pogačar.
Jonas Vingegaard survives with race lead intact after crashing with 56k to go.
Jumbo-Visma sees a second rider quit the Tour de France after a heavy fall, shortly before the yellow jersey also hits the deck in fast crash.
The Slovenian has been suffering with injuries that have lingered since his stage 5 crash.
Stuart O’Grady likens Wout van Aert to Eddy Merckx, talks Tour de France green jersey and Caleb Ewan
'Every stage is like a mini World Cup race. It’s so intense. That’s great for the sport and for the viewers but it makes it hard work for the pure sprinters,' says Australian.
Claus and Karina Vingegaard on their son’s cycling beginnings and how he dropped fellow riders on Alpe d’Huez as a teenager.
'We have the experience of losing the Tour on the last day and we have won three grand tours so we know that we have to stay focussed,' says Zeeman.
Sport director explains how the trap was set on the Col du Galibier to isolate and attack Tadej Pogačar.
Pogačar can't shake Jonas Vingegaard on Alpe d'Huez: 'His team is very strong.'
The Belgian suffered a puncture while riding to his team bus after the Col du Granon finish on stage 11 and gave away his green jersey to a fan who helped him.
'I cracked myself but I didn’t care,' says Roglič after an epic day at the Tour de France.
'There's a big question over how Vingegaard will cope now that he has a big target on his back,' says Dan Martin in his exclusive column for VeloNews.
Vingegaard, Jumbo-Visma seize control: 'It was nice last year to be second. But I think if we didn't try something, probably I would be second again.'
Astana-Qazaqstan in last as such teams as Jumbo-Visma and UAE Team Emirates dominate the list.
The 40-second gap is ‘not a lot, only one bad day for Pogačar’ says Dane as he and Kuss reflect on race’s first nine stages.
The Danish rider says he's focusing on keeping in touch with Tadej Pogačar as he waits for the big mountains to arrive.
In the five stages Van Aert has contested, he has won two and finished second in the other three.
Nothing's decided yet in this Tour, and rivals say they need to be ready to pounce if there’s an opening.
The American says that Planche des Belles Filles was better suited to Tadej Pogačar and that Jonas Vingegaard will come into his own later in the race.