Powless, Van den Berg already come good on team boss Vaughters' mission to rise above the relegation dogfight in 2023.
US sensation attacks 13km from the line to score opening victory of the season in tough French calendar-opener.
'There's a risk the data outweighs the subjective feel.' Is HRV just another thing for pro cyclists to get paranoid about?
Top-level teams are paying increasing attention to heart rate variability data in the bid to safeguard health and improve performance.
'We’re going to take on the top teams and try to win the biggest races in the world.' Can Carapaz change the game for US-based team?
Masses of leading riders are monitoring their HRV via brands like Whoop – can this recovery-focused metric make a difference?
Off-grid predictions for the men's road calendar, including unlikely Paris-Roubaix heroes, Giro d'Italia subplots, an American uprising at the Tour de France.
With awards for best male and North American male, to 'WTF' of the year and surprise of the year – VN dishes out the biggest prizes of 2022.
Arrival of Richard Carapaz has potential to transform the team after sicknesses and the relegation battle overshadowed a 2022 short of success.
US talent looks back on a career-best season and a standout Tour de France, shares his hobbies, habits, and love of burgers.
EF Education-EasyPost's battle for WorldTour future inspired US star to best season yet: 'No matter what, you showed up and you had to contribute.'
Californian sensation not worried about losing his own opportunities when Richard Carapaz joins EF Education-EasyPost.
The racing scene in the US has taken a big hit in recent seasons with few major road races remaining on the calendar.
'I made a lot of progress this year but I was always missing a win': Powless gets his dream ending as EF Education-EasyPost dominates in Utsunomiya.
Inside the numbers from the decisive moves and winning attacks of road worlds, with data from Evenepoel, Pavel Sivakov, Neilson Powless.
There's a lot more that goes into worlds than just a single day of racing.
Keegan Swenson enjoys road worlds debut and looks forward to some more road racing in the future.
'I’m hoping that I can go better than last year, or equal to last year,' says American rider ahead of men's road race.
Magnus Sheffield: It’s important Neilson Powless and I use each other in UCI Road World Championships
American ready to bounce back after crashing in the individual time trial.
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.
Powless, Swenson and Sheffield form part of a dynamic team for the men's road race.
EF Education-EasyPost team officials confirm that the American was not seriously injured.
EF Education-EasyPost brings hitters to Québec and Montréal in quest for UCI points.
Belgian veteran Vanmarcke scores for first time in three years in small group sprint.
Top contenders for Sunday's race say rolling terrain and a circuit finish make it a toss-up between a breakaway and bunch sprint.
For up and coming American riders, the Maryland Cycling Classic represents a rare opportunity to race against the world’s best
WorldTour pros and smaller teams alike looking forward to racing in the US again after several-year hiatus.
'It took me a while to get healthy and feel fit again after the Tour de France but I feel like I’m in a really good place now,' says American rider.
USA also sends a talented U23 men's squad that includes Luke Lamperti and Kevin Vermaerke.
A strong 2022 season sees Team USA with plenty of options for the women's and men's teams.
American pros Neilson Powless, Quinn Simmons, Alex Howes to race 120 miles alongside international talent like Dylan Groenewegen, Giacomo Nizzolo, and Sep Vanmarcke.
US rider was feeling a bit worn down and ill after the hard-fought Tour de France, and made the hard decision not to race.
The field is arguably the deepest and most varied of any one-day race on the men's WorldTour calendar.
How the North Americans fared at the Tour de France: Attacks aplenty, an historic stage win and a top-15
Illness stopped Boivin and Woods at the doorstep in Paris, but the North American contingent lit up this Tour de France in ways unseen in decades.
After an impressive showing on Alpe d'Huez, the American says he's 'hungry for more' in his exclusive VeloNews blog.
American to turn his attention to stage wins after losing time in the Alps.
American talks chasing GC aims, climate change protests, and the environment
Five storylines that counted so far: Every Tour de France tells it own story, and why Tadej Pogačar is messing with everyone's minds.
In this column, we look at the power numbers of Wout Van Aert, Tadej Pogačar, Neilson Powless, and more at the Tour de France.
EF Education-EasyPost talent reflects on impressive first part of the Tour and his excitement to be racing at the front
From breakaways, crashes, a near yellow jersey, and helping to save their captain's GC hopes, here's how the Americans fared.
Tour de Hoody: The first, last and only American to wear the Tour de France maillot jaune is Greg LeMond
The controversial American legacy in the Tour de France and the yellow jersey.
Neilson Powless’ Tour de France blog: From feeling like I could break down to thinking I’m on top of the world
The American ace shares his feelings on a rollercoaster couple of days at the Tour de France in his exclusive VeloNews blog
Tadej Pogačar's win sees Neilson Powless lose out on yellow by just four seconds.
Wout van Aert out of yellow as Pogačar takes race lead, and Powless misses out.
The Italian rider said he made a mistake after attacking from the main bunch with two teammates in the breakaway.
The longest stage could deliver some real sparks with a steep uphill finale that will guarantee tension until the end.
Simon Clarke wins as Tadej Pogačar gains time
'All I was thinking about was the stage win,' says Powless who pulls into second overall on GC.
The American rider pens his second exclusive blog from the Tour de France for VeloNews.
Thousands line the road for the opening three stages of the Tour de France in Denmark.
Home star brings massed spectators something to cheer in day-long raid on KoM points.
EF Education–EasyPost's Neilson Powless will be writing an exclusive blog for VeloNews during the Tour de France.
Team sends attack-minded squad to the Tour to hunt stage wins and a possible top-10 on GC.
Dragons have taken over this special bike celebrating the Tour de France Femmes.
Seven US riders and three Canadians are expected to roll down the start ramp Friday to open the 2022 Tour in Copenhagen.
EF Education-EasyPost give themselves as much time as possible before confirming Tour de France selection.
Looking at the data from the American's stellar ride at the recent Tour de Suisse.
Down but never out: How a depleted EF Education team rallied to Neilson Powless at the Tour de Suisse
With just the help of Jonas Rutsch, and the support of the backroom staff, Powless takes his best ever GC result in the WorldTour.
Bahrain Victorious pull team out of Tour de Suisse as COVID spike continues unabated.
American rider digs deep but just misses out on victory on stage 5.
With some giants in the Swiss Alps looming for Friday's stage, the rollercoaster stage softened up the legs.
'Neilson has shown in the few Tours that he’s done that once he gets out in front he has a lot to give,' says sport director Charly Wegelius.
‘I had some really good legs today, so I’m confident with that,’ says American rider.
Technology long used on Prologo saddles and recently launched on gloves shows up on EF Education-EasyPost's TT bars.
A look at the power data from Neilson Powless and others at Liège-Bastogne-Liège.
American talent continues to stand out in hilly classics with eighth in Liège after five teammates abandon in mass crash.
Brabantse Pijl victory bodes well for a new generation of budding American classics riders pushing into the frame.
EF Education-Easy Post’s Powless on Paris-Nice, his objectives for this season, hopes for the Tour de France, and how to encourage the USA’s next generations of racers into the sport.
Stage 2 saw a number of GC contenders drop out of contention as McNulty, Powless and Jorgenson all lose time.
McNulty and Kuss go one-three in France to stamp status as leaders of pack of rising U.S. talent.
Team CEO Jonathan Vaughters says he wants to change up how the team races in 2022 with 11 new riders.
21 stories for 2021: Cav’s Tour comeback, van Vleuten’s Olympic rollercoaster, Opi-Omi’s infamy, and more
Our editors weigh in on the 21 must-know, high-drama headlines of 2021 and why they matter: Part three.
The EF Education-Nippo rider is heading to Bentonville, Arkansas this weekend to ride the 100-mile The Big Sugar.
Pogačar outsprints Fausto Masnada after attacking solo at 35km to go, scores second monument of the year after also winning Liège-Bastogne-Liège.
From star performances at the world championships straight into more racing, Powless and Balsamo reflect on 2021.
In this column, we dive into the power numbers of Neilson Powless, Remco Evenepoel, and Michael Valgren at the elite men’s world championships.
French fireworks exploded the men's elite race at the 2021 UCI world road cycling championships.
Dylan van Baarle saves day for the Dutch team while Valgren earns overdue worlds medal for Danes.