The billionaire plans to sue his former bank to prevent it from using the Tinkoff brand after he says he was pushed out.
The Russian oligarch and former WorldTour team owner was sanctioned by the UK.
The Russian entrepreneur made headlines as the flamboyant owner that hired Peter Sagan and Alberto Contador.
Former team owner owes more than $500 million in taxes, interest, and penalties 'for felony conviction for filing a false tax return.'
Russian billionaire was often at center of controversy during two stints as a team owner in the WorldTour.
Spanish media report that Oleg Tinkov offered to save Team Sky, which is seeking a sponsor for 2020. He denies report as "bullshit."
The Spaniard delivers some well-placed shots at the Russian, who is no longer in pro cycling after he closed down his Tinkoff squad.
Chris Froome dropped down the Peyresourde like a rocket. Oleg Tinkov mooned the world. And what's with the Tour's 1km to go banner imploding? It's another VeloNews Show.
With the trading season opening August 1, teams, riders, and agents are jockeying for position in the market.
The bombastic businessman Oleg Tinkov has come to see cycling as a bad bet, and he's taking his chips off the table
Reports indicate that Bjarne Riis is trying to buy back his team from Oleg Tinkov after parting ways with the organization earlier in 2015.
The Tinkoff-Saxo owner reacts to Peter Sagan's triumph in Sunday's road race at the UCI Road World Championships.
Fabio Aru won a Spanish grand tour that was filled with crashes, abandonments, and an ejection.
The Russian millionaire says he won't do "crazy things" this season by signing riders for big money
Oleg Tinkov says Contador's Tour de France rivals are "afraid" of him, that it's unfair for Nibali, Froome to skip Giro
Outspoken Tinkoff-Saxo owner feels that cycling needs to change to offer better, safer racing, especially at the grand tours
Contador will face Giro-Tour double without the support of Riis, who Tinkoff team owner characterized as out of touch with modern cycling
Peter Sagan's victory in stage 6 at Tirreno-Adriatico was his first win since last summer
The Russian billionaire says Russia's struggling economy is not yet affecting his company or his cycling team
Katusha officials confirm that the 2015 team budget is 'guaranteed,' but team owner Makarov suggests changes could be coming in 2016
Comments from Oleg Tinkov during a TV interview have raised the possibility that unrest in the Crimea and the shrinking ruble could threaten his team
Nearly 80 Tinkoff-Saxo riders and staff members will attempt to summit Mount Kilimanjaro in Africa as part of a team-building camp
Tinkoff-Saxo issued a statement detailing its "Three Grand Tours" proposal, which would pit top GC riders against one another for a €1 million prize
Tour de France champion says the strain of three grand tours is too much, and that he and his rivals don't need the money
Oleg Tinkov offers a purse of $1.3 million to be split between four of the sport's best riders if they ride each grand tour — can it work?
With an unlimited budget, Tinkoff-Saxo’s owner says he will sign a handful of “stars” to further bolster his squad for 2015
Oleg Tinkov says his comments about Alberto Contador after the Tour de France were meant to provoke, not criticize
Russian billionaire Oleg Tinkov now owns Contador's team — how long will the partnership last?
The Russian businessman tells VeloNews he will hold a press conference on Monday to address his potential ownership of a ProTeam