Michael Rogers has retired from racing, but he'll stay involved with cycling as CEO of Bjarne Riis's new team, which aims to launch in 2017.
Mick Rogers will miss out on his home tour in Australia after a pre-season medical check reveals concerns about his heart.
The squad announces the supporting cast that it hopes will pull Contador to the maglia rosa
Michael Rogers is coming off his best season ever, but he vows to help Alberto Contador tackle the Giro-Tour double this year
Organizers, fans, and riders want the Tour Down Under to stay in January, but the UCI is considering other options
Three-time world time trial champion Michael Rogers stops worrying about general classification and gets back into the business of winning
Michael Rogers is pondering the Tour of Britain or Canada's WorldTour races, but doesn't except to race at the world road championships