The racing scene in the US has taken a big hit in recent seasons with few major road races remaining on the calendar.
A crash by Magnus Sheffield this weekend prompts USA Cycling's 'difficult decision to pull out of the race.'
The American is feeling good after a surprise ride in the TT after Lawson Craddock was forced to drop out due to visa issues.
American rider misses out on a ride at the UCI Road World Championships.
'There’s still a couple options and alleyways we’re pursuing to work it out.' Craddock chasing the paperwork to take top Vuelta a España form to worlds.
Texan is caught by chasers with just over a kilometer to go on stage 17.
American rider off the front of the race for more than 50 kilometers in another big ride during this Vuelta.
Yates climbs into fifth overall while Craddock hits his second top-10 of the 2022 Vuelta.
Craddock on racing through a sea of Basque fans: 'I will remember that for a long time.'
Craddock talks Yates, time bonuses, and the team's chase for UCI points in this exclusive interview.
Though it's a thinner number compared to the Tour de France, the North Americans will be at the sharp end of the action.
Jumbo-Visma lines up as favorites in evening opener that might come down to balance between speed and safety.
Magnus Sheffield finishes three seconds back and George Simpson rounds out podium.
BikeExchange-Jayco overall challenge may have faded after Simon Yates’ setbacks, but Craddock believes the team can still enjoy success in final week.
Lawson Craddock says BikeExchange-Jayco morale high ahead of Blockhaus: 'We are in a really, really good place.'
The rough road from Hungary to Sicily.
US rider is a key part of Yates' support at BikeExchange-Jayco: 'I expect to take a lot of wind in the next three weeks.'
Three US starters is the lowest number at the Giro d'Italia since 2014.
BikeExchange Jayco confirms ‘Giro eight’ after seeing Yates score two huge solo wins at Vuelta a Asturias, Lawson Craddock gets call-up.
Update: Lawson Craddock fractured bone in right hand after tumble before start at E3 Saxo Bank Classic
BikeExchange-Jayco star after visit to hospital: 'For me, the classics are over even before they began.'
Energized by his transfer to BikeExchange-Jayco, Texan is hoping to dip into the cobblestones in a busy spring calendar.
Looking for a restart on his career, Texan confident move to BikeExchange-Jayco will pay dividends.
The rebranded team has increased its roster size to 28 with seven new riders.
The U.S. national time trial champion has signed a two-year deal with the Australian squad.
VN news ticker: Alexey Lutsenko wins Coppa Agostoni, Specialized to recall Tarmac SL7, Lawson Craddock confirms EF departure
Here's the news making headlines for Monday, October 11.
Neilson Powless's fifth is the first top-10 since 2011 and equals Chann McRae's fifth of 1999.
Love it or loathe it, the mixed relay is back at the world championships and Filippo Ganna, Ellen van Dijk, and Annemiek van Vleuten will be racing. Here's what you need to know.
World championships: Lawson Craddock and Brandon McNulty looking for more in road race after quiet TT start
Lawson Craddock and Brandon McNulty are both upbeat about Team USA's chances in next week's road races.
World championships time trial start times, from Brandon McNulty through Wout van Aert and Filippo Ganna
Here are the start times of all 58 riders racing for the rainbow jersey Sunday, with Filippo Ganna last down the ramp at 16:05 CET.
Check out Ben Delaney's author page.
Veteran American is coming off momentum from Vuelta a España, and said he expects an elite men's U.S. world champion 'within five years.'
Team director confident in strong selection for world championships later this month: 'We’re in a good position for a medal finish in multiple races.'
EF Education-Nippo pivoting to stage-hunting mode at Vuelta a España following Hugh Carthy’s surprise exit
Riders look to take something out of the second half of the Vuelta a España following Friday's exit of GC leader.
Sepp Kuss, Quinn Simmons, Joe Dombrowski and Chad Haga headline the North American contingent at the 2021 Vuelta a España.
Anna van der Breggen and Filippo Ganna start last, respectively, in the official start times for Wednesday's time trial races.
Sixth place in elite men's road race best since Taylor Phinney was fourth in 2012 for USA Cycling.
USA Cycling brings two starters against a field packed with European 'superpowers' for the elite men's road race.
Check out Casey B. Gibson's author page.
The EF Education-Nippo rider won the stars and stripes jersey, while teammate Tejay van Garderen finished third, in his final race against the clock as a professional cyclist.
Here’s what they said after being named to U.S. Olympic squad for road, mountain bike, track, BMX cycling
American riders react to being named to Team USA for the Olympic Games in Tokyo.
Amber Neben, Coryn Rivera, Chloe Woodruff, Christopher Blevins, and others named to the full U.S. squad for Tokyo
Lawson Craddock leaves Giro d'Italia to attend birth.
VeloNews spoke to riders and team directors prior to Sunday's stage 9, and the sources expressed a common sentiment for the race to continue to Milan.
Chloe Dygert, Sepp Kuss, Amber Neben, and Leah Thomas are among the elite riders chosen by USA Cycling for the 2020 UCI road world championships.
Development squad Hagens Berman Axeon faces a sizable sponsorship shortfall for 2021, which could spell the end of the team. Losing the squad would have a major impact on the U.S. pipeline to the WorldTour.
The American squad lost Michael Woods to a scary crash at Paris-Nice while Lawson Craddock later abandoned with a headache.
Lawson Craddock earns a two-year contract extension after a solid season that included a string of breakaway rides and time trial performances.
American cycling hit a high point during the UCI world road championships in Yorkshire, winning seven medals, three of them gold. The race produced dramatic wins by Chloé Dygert in the women's elite time trial, and by Quinn Simmons and Megan Jastrab in the junior road races. Longtime race photographer Casey B. Gibson was there to document the action, and to snap photos of Team USA behind the scenes, as the riders, directors, and coaches prepared for the races.
American Lawson Craddock finished sixth in the time trial, just 13 seconds from the final podium in Yorkshire.
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 catch up with Kate Courtney to discuss her World Cup overall title; plus analysis from the Vuelta a España, Sepp Kuss's thrilling stage win, and pro cycling's young stars.
American roars from fourth in time trial to next day’s breakaway at Spanish grand tour
Riders vow to keep fighting in this Vuelta after the American team suffered multiple crashes and lost two of its strongest riders.
Three Americans will line up Saturday, as EF Education First brings a well-rounded squad to the year's final grand tour.
Lawson Craddock hopes a strong ride at the Tour of Utah will lead to a start at the Vuelta a España.
27-year-old Canadian Elevate-KHS rider is fastest on challenging 3.3-mile circuit at Snowbird Resort
After years of near misses, is this the year that EF Education First finally wins the Amgen Tour of California?
An inside look at EF's foray into the world of bike racing
After suffering for three weeks through the pain of his stage one crash, last place will feel like a victory when Lawson Craddock crosses the finish line in Paris.
Stage 17 of the Tour de France was fun to watch, but was it fun to race? We asked riders throughout the peloton.
American Lawson Craddock continues to churn away stage after stage through the Alps, despite a broken shoulder.
Craddock clears major hurdle, finishing Tour's cobbled stage. Now he's recovering for this week's mountain stages.
Take a deep dive into Lawson Craddock's physiological data from the Tour de France — recovery, sleep, and strain.
American Lawson Craddock crashed hard in stage 1 and broke his scapula. He has vowed to press on.
How do riders and team doctors decide when an injury is too severe to continue racing the Tour de France?
The Tour de France is four stages old and already we have plenty of drama to discuss.
While fans have been awed by Lawson Craddock's heroics after crashing hard on stage 1, the ethics of his continued participation are complicated.
Lawson Craddock is touch-and-go for tomorrow's stage 2 after suffering injuries in a crash early on stage one at the Tour de France.
The American-registered team confirmed its Tour de France lineup on Thursday, and it's clear the squad is racing to win.
Lawson Craddock rides well at Coppi e Bartali stage race. D'hoore wins WWT race at De Panne, and more injury updates.
Lawson Craddock had a down year in 2017 and looks to prove in 2018 that he deserves to ride in the WorldTour.