New details emerge in the tragic death of Rebellin that's shaken the Italian cycling community.
Veteran Italian star recounts his near-fatal collision and promises to mount a comeback to competition despite heavy cost
The 2018 edition of Tirreno-Adriatico runs from March 7 to 13 and will cover 984.5 kilometers.
The Astana cycling team will pay tribute to former team leader Michele Scarponi by not replacing the Italian at the Giro d'Italia.
The cycling world mourns Michele Scarponi's death. Alejandro Valverde and Vincenzo Nibali dedicate recent wins to the Italian.
How did Astana pro Michele Scarponi befriend a Macaw parrot that now joins him on training rides in Italy? It wasn't love at first peck.
Several Astana riders have alleged ties to banned doctor Michele Ferrari, including general manager Alexandre Vinokourov
The Astana rider increases his overall lead with a strong solo ride up the Hautacam to win his fourth stage of the race
Vincenzo Nibali dismisses allegations that he worked with Michele Ferrari, saying that while claims were made, nothing came of them
The team has a history of doping within its ranks, including its general manager Alexander Vinokourov
Cadel Evans is in control of the GC at the Giro, holding a 57-second lead over his closest competitor. Can he go the distance?
An injured Michele Scarponi (Astana) walked slowly on Friday, and made a face at the mention of the BMC Racing team
The Giro peloton is facing a nasty mix of poor weather and slick roads throughout the first week of the corsa rosa
Former Giro champ rolls into Belfast on a Specialized we don't recognize
The GC field at the Giro is filled with riders both young and old, such as 24-year-old Nairo Quintana (above) and 37-year-old Cadel Evans
Michele Scarponi has joined Vincenzo Nibali at Astana, and says his main goal for 2014 is to guide him to a Tour victory
The 34-year-old Italian will focus on the Giro next year, while Nibali's goal is to win the Tour
In the wake of missing a spot on the worlds podium, Bettini's future is murky
Veteran Italian is ranked 16th in the WorldTour, but hasn't signed yet for 2014
A few remaining spots on the roster will be filled in the coming days
Italian former Giro champion will try to ride into the top five of his second grand tour of the year
Cannondale rider earns stage victory as Mathias Frank takes overall race lead
Vincenzo Nibali is nearly certain to carry the maglia rosa into Brescia, but the race for the podium is on in the Dolomites
Astana rider's attack with 2km left in stage 14 allowed him to pad his GC advantage
We examine the top riders in the Giro field after the first nine days of racing
We tour Michele Scarponi's Lampre-issue Merida aero machine in Naples
Maxime Bouet remains the GC leader with one day of racing left
2011 Giro champ draws a brief offseason suspension over what he calls testing working with banned doctor Michele Ferrari
The Italian Olympic Committee aims to hand Michele Scarponi a three-month ban for his past work with banned doctor Michele Ferrari
Lampre-ISD has suspended 2011 Giro d'Italia winner Michele Scarponi for having worked with banned Italian doctor Michele Ferrari
Italian investigators are expected to file charges soon in broad doping case involving Michele Ferrari, RadioShack-Nissan, Astana, Lampre, Katusha and others
Scarponi and Menchov are alleged to have worked with Ferrari in the late 2000s, including during their respective Giro victories
After a difficult day of cramping Wednesday on the Passo Giau, Scarponi says he's ready to play his cards this weekend
Italian says he will attack his wide-open home tour, which opens Saturday in Denmark
Giro organizers will award Italian the 2011 maglia rosa on Thursday
Newly crowned 2011 Giro d’Italia champion Michele Scarponi will be Lampre-ISD’s leader at this year’s edition of the Giro in May.
Roman Kreuziger (Astana) and Michele Scarponi (Lampre) took morale-boosting victories Friday to put their rivals on notice going into next month´s Giro d'Italia.
Thomas Voeckler (Europcar) won Wednesday's second stage at the Giro del Trentino in northern Italy in an intense battle to the line.
CHIETI, Italy (VN) ─ Michele Scarponi landed the first blow in the GC battle, his Lampre-ISD teammate Damiano Cunego close behind, in stage 4 of Tirreno-Adriatico. Cadel Evans (BMC Racing) nearly closed a 10-second gap on the 19-percent ramp into Chieti, but came up just short, with Cunego passing him and both taking same time in the final meters.
Michele Scarponi's arrival at Lampre may see Damiano Cunego leave for Footon-Servetto.