Trek – Segafredo and Movistar amass their respective forces for 2017 in hopes that strong teams can challenge Sky's Tour de France dominance.
After breaking vertebrae in a February crash, Jonathan Castroviejo now wants to help Nairo Quintana in the Tour de France.
The Colombian rider has twice finished second to two-time champion Chris Froome, but he hopes things will be different in 2016.
Movistar's Adriano Malori suffered head trauma in a scary pileup at the Tour de San Luis
Movistar manager Eusebio Unzué tells a Spanish news outlet that Alejandro Valverde has "insinuated" he could race the 2016 Vuelta.
The Spanish squad will send Alejandro Valverde to the Giro d'Italia, the first time he's raced the Italian grand tour.