Karsten Kroon admits to doping; Paris-Roubaix sections repaired after fans steal cobbles; Tuft likely to retire after this season; Trial begins for driver charged with killing five cyclists; Saudi women participate in first bike race
Kroon, 38, retires after 18 years of racing that saw him win a stage at the Tour and finish on the podium at several spring classics
Verbruggen warned riders of suspicious blood values in cases where evidence lacked to open proceedings
Vanendert learning to race at the front; Nuyens out of Turkey; Rabo protects six in Ardennes; Kroon gunning for Amstel Gold
Karston Kroon fed up with UCI over Contador case; David Millar talks about his Olympic ban; Stijn Devolder 'feels so much better than last year'
New Saxo rider says defending champ's absence will make victory difficult
Karsten Kroon (BMC) and Sep Vanmarcke (Garmin-Cervélo) were both involved in a heavy crash on the descent off the Cat. 2 Puerto de Ventana in Saturday's 14th stage at the Vuelta a España.
Following the news of Taylor Phinney missing his start at Paris-Roubaix this week, BMC Racing offered updates on two of its other injured riders. Brent Bookwalter and Karsten Kroon are each recovering from broken collarbones.