B&B Hotels rider Pierre Rolland forced to retire, top stars scrambling for contracts in wake of sudden demise of Pineau's project.
A few top riders abandon original early season plans due to setbacks ranging from illness to injury.
The American-registered team confirmed its Tour de France lineup on Thursday, and it's clear the squad is racing to win.
Andrew Talansky has crept up to 11th overall after stage 11, saying that the final week of the race should suit his strengths.
Pierre Rolland is headed into the Alps on a Cannondale SuperSix Evo Hi-Mod
Jonathan Vaughters thinks he's found an untapped talent in Pierre Rolland. The Cannondale – Drapac team hopes to set the Frenchman up for a top-five Tour result.
The Cannondale boss tells VeloNews Pierre Rolland has already made some "big improvements" in his aerodynamics.
American Tejay van Garderen takes first win of the season a day after a harrowing crash in the Volta a Catalunya
Europcar riders are worried about a reduced racing schedule after the UCI denied the French squad a WorldTour license for 2015
Nairo Quintana maintains his grip on the pink jersey with three stages left in the race
The morning after a controversial descent of the Stelvio, riders and teams at the Giro are still wondering how to solve the issue
A wild stage brings a new Giro leader, and a more tightly packed group of contenders, as the race heads toward the finish in Trieste
The Colombian mastered the Giro's queen stage, which featured brutal weather on the first two of three climbs
The FDJ.fr rider became the first Frenchman to win a Giro stage since 2011
Several close calls have resulted in zero victories thus far in the 2013 edition of the race
Sky captain is the big winner in Nice and a number of his rivals find themselves on a back foot before the Pyrénées
Europcar rider is the first person from Quebec to ever compete in the race
French team suspended from Movement for Credible Cycling after Pierre Rolland allowed to start stage 8 at Dauphiné
Chris Froome and Alberto Contador are the two favorites at the eight-day Criterium du Dauphine, which has a mountainous route throughout
Two-day, three-stage race in Corsica provides riders a preview of the opening stages of this summer's Tour
Pierre Rolland says he's sorry for an attack that race leader Bradley Wiggins called "uncouth"
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Pierre Rolland (Europcar) reinforced his grip on the Tour de France white jersey despite being given a fright by Rein Taaramae (Cofidis) on the penultimate stage.
L’ALPE D’HUEZ, France (VN) — On a day when all French eyes were on L’Alpe d’Huez as the pride of the country Thomas Voeckler carried the maillot jaune toward the final weekend of the Tour de France, it was his teammate Pierre Rolland who stole the show. Rolland (Europcar), long pegged as the 25-years-later successor to Bernard Hinault, silenced his doubters when he won alone atop the biggest climb in the sport.
France finally scored a stage win in this Tour as Europcar's young Pierre Rolland won atop l'Alpe d'Huez, grabbing the white jersey for best young rider on the day his teammate Thomas Voeckler finally gave up the yellow jersey.