Increased budget item is part of new reality for peloton.
Coloradan committed to grinding in the engine room at heart of Jumbo-Visma’s yellow jersey challenge.
Dutch team indefinitely extends contract with clothing supplier AGU in part of project to enhance aerodynamics.
Luke Roberts reveals more details of Dutch star's unhappy exit from his long-standing team.
Young Coloradan confident leadership opportunites will come his way at Jumbo-Visma.
Jumbo-Visma boss calls for an end to the 'outdated' method of identifying riders through pinned-on numbers.
Dutch star vows to be team player at Jumbo-Visma, but he hopes it's him the team will be working for in France.
Dutch team sees consistency, teamwork, and ability to avoid mistakes as vital to breaking Ineos' stranglehold on the Tour.
Travel restrictions and questions over flights lead grand tour riders to seek alternatives from typical training locations atop Mount Teide or Sierra Nevada.
Jumbo-Visma hoping to return to group training and racing in July.
Dutch sprinter claims earlier comments about never wanting to act as a support man were taken out of context.
Dutch squad lays out race schedules for season restart with riders focused on team victories rather than personal ambitions.
Jumbo-Visma manager Richard Plugge believes pro races should operate with as few people as possible, and that means limiting journalists, team staff, and even spectators.
Richard Plugge of Jumbo-Visma recounts his battle with COVID-19, and then explains why he supports the UCI's racing calendar. Ellen van Dijk discusses the importance of Paris-Roubaix.
Following release from the hospital, the Jumbo-Visma team director would agree to allow his team to race only under strict conditions.
Pro cycling teams are being extra cautious when it comes to deciding when to deploy riders, for fear of infection, and quarantine away from family and training.
Australian squad pulls out of even more races, while Dutch team has withdrawn from Strade Bianche due to mounting fears of the coronavirus outbreak
The Belgian's return to the spring classics is sooner than expected, as teams adjust to possible race cancellations in Italy.
The Durango, Colorado native finished with many of the favorites on the Mont Ventoux stage, and closed the race in eighth place overall.
Haig slots into the overall lead, ahead of Pogačar, with Valverde in third.
The 2019 Vuelta a España winner opens up about his meteoric rise in cycling, a fondness for beer, and sharing team leadership with another grand tour winner.
The story of Primož Roglič’s unimaginable rise to the top of Grand Tour racing.
American Sepp Kuss is confident and relaxed as he prepares for his Tour de France debut with Jumbo-Visma.
The Outer Line charts the victories and top-10 finishes of the UCI men's WorldTour squads, and draws some sharp conclusions about which teams are succeeding, and which teams are not.
Neilson Powless opens up about his move from Jumbo-Visma to EF Education First. The young American said the Dutch squad's training program didn't work for him, which prompted him to leave.
Van Aert put in a strong performance to finish fifth in his first race since injury, but remains uncertain about starting 'cross world championships in February.
Star sprinter Dylan Groenewegen to sit out the Tour and focus on Giro and Vuelta.
Time away from the bike gave Dumoulin time to re-evaluate relationship with the sport and move toward a second chapter of his career.
Jumbo-Visma is rising to the forefront of the peloton across sprints, classics and grand tours as its riders embrace collective rather than individual ambition.
The Spanish worker eyes the Olympic Games without losing the team's focus on the yellow jersey.
New Zealand star saw first-hand how much impact the Tour of California carried for riders, teams and sponsors alike.
New signing Tom Dumoulin may provide Jumbo-Visma the 'extra card' they need to battle Ineos in next year's grand tours.
The Dutch sprinter took another win Saturday to give him more victories than anyone else in the WorldTour — for now
Who has had a better season: Egan Bernal or Primoz Roglic? Il Lombardia could feature a showdown between the two stars of 2019.
Dutchman doesn't rule out the feasibility of a Tour-Olympics summer double-header if Tour de France route looks favorable.
Tom Dumoulin says he seeks co-leadership at Jumbo-Visma, where, as he says, "We are going to divide it and then see who is best."
The Vuelta saw the strands of the past, present and future weave together in stunning fashion
The Slovenian makes history following a near-flawless Vuelta victory that confirmed he is a grand tour powerhouse.
The UCI took the extraordinary step to allow chasing riders to pace back to the front group, adding a twist to the 'race-or-wait' debate
Wednesday's stage of the Vuelta a Espana was supposed to be easy. Then, gusting crosswinds and aggressive tactics transformed it into the hardest day of the 2019 race.
We examined Sepp Kuss's power data from his victory on stage 15 of the Vuelta a España. Kuss was calm during the race's midpoint before unleashing a sustained surge of power on the final climb.
The Vuelta was never part of Roglic's plans for 2019, but after finishing the Giro on his knees, the team reshuffled the calendar to bring the Slovenian to Spain
Kuss is the latest American to win a stage at the Vuelta, and his rise to the top of the WorldTour started in the dusty trails of Colorado.
Slovenian Tadej Pogačar took the stage win just ahead of countryman Primoz Roglic, who padded his lead in the Vuelta overall.
Primoz Roglic won the time trial and took a commanding lead in the GC on the Vuelta's 10th stage.
The Slovenian time-trial ace is better than his rivals in the race against the clock. The question is whether he can match them in the mountains.
The Dutch team is overflowing with talent, and the arrival of Holland's biggest cycling star next season will present a challenge for team brass to keep all of its stars happy and racing
The young American rider is having another strong Vuelta performance, riding in support of GC contender Primoz Roglic.
The highly touted American is diving head-first into his grand tour debut with the added pressure of trying to help Primoz Roglic win the overall
Nearly a decade after the demise of Team Rabobank, Dutch squad Jumbo-Visma has become one of the strongest in the WorldTour under the leadership of its owner, Richard Plugge.
Dutch superstar breaks his contract with Sunweb to move to rival Jumbo-Visma that has implications across the peloton
Two Americans join an ambitious Jumbo-Visma aiming for overall victory at the upcoming Vuelta a España
With his season all but over, the Dutch star is mulling a change of team colors to kick-start his suddenly stalled career
Jumbo-Visma caps its best season ever by pushing Steven Kruijswijk onto the final podium, with Sunday's sprint yet to come.
Australian journalist Rupert Guinness speaks with five international colleagues about the Tour thus far, the biggest stories in each journalist's home country, and how the race will play out in the final week.
Team Ineos have Dutch rider Steven Kruijswijk in their sights as the Tour de France heads into the mountains
Having focussed on developing the strengths of riders already within the team in recent years, the Dutch squad now eyes signing Giro d'Italia winner Tom Dumoulin.
Wout van Aert has already helped Jumbo-Visma win two stages of the Tour de France in his debut at the race
The first GC shakeout of the race sees pre-race contenders Steven Kruijswijk, Egan Bernal, Geraint Thomas, and Vincenzo Nibali profit from their team's performances.