Jumbo-Visma ended 2022 as the No. 1 men's WorldTour team. For next year, the team will be under pressure to stay there.
Jumbo-Visma star unsure if he'll be recovered from shoulder surgery in time for Giro d'Italia, faces leadership battle for Tour de France.
WorldTour pros are casually crushing some seriously fast running workouts – but just how rapid are they, and why do they do it?
Recovery going well after shoulder surgery in October for Slovenian star.
Australian spies a weakness in Remco Evenepoel's armor.
Grand tour leadership not on the table for Kuss in 2023 after establishing role of Tour de France mountain mega domestique.
'Of course, it wouldn’t be a surprise if Vingegaard goes to the Tour but it’s not decided yet,' says Zeeman.
'Evenepoel is one of the best GC riders in the world': Team director welcomes rivalry as Bora, Quick-Step burst onto grand tour scene.
Team director Merijn Zeeman leaves door open to Tour de France champion making his Giro d'Italia debut in 2023.
Hot off the back of the Giro 2023 route reveal, we pick through who's in the mix for the maglia rosa.
'My ambitions are still there': Grand tour stalwart and team longtimer seeking space alongside Vingegaard, Roglič, Kelderman.
Mohorič pushes back against Jumbo-Visma allegations: 'We know that Primož crashes a lot, and this is not the first time this happened.'
Roglič's teammate Rohan Dennis: 'The only people who can comment are Fred and Primož. It’s a tale of two stories really isn’t it.'
'Jumbo Visma have been successful only in starting fan conflicts and causing a huge upset on social media, all at the expense of one of their most valuable assets and the reputation of one of the most beloved athletes in the peloton,' writes Kate Wagner.
Bahrain Victorious officials lambast the Jumbo-Visma response: 'Our rider does not deviate from his racing line before the incident.'
Jumbo-Visma team boss, Richard Plugge says that there needs to be a 'change of behavior' in the bunch.
Mas couldn't gap Remco Evenepoel on stage 17 on Wednesday but makes it his mission to keep trying all the way to Madrid.
The Slovenian didn't start stage 17 after crashing heavily during the stage 16 finale.
‘It’s a loss for the race and a pity for him’.
The loss of Roglič from the race will put a dent in the GC battle but there are still plenty of twists in the tale to be had before Madrid.
Slovenian leaves the race having sat in second overall.
The Slovenian hits the deck during a sprint for the line after forcing a breakaway in the final kilometers.
Third week of Vuelta to climax in stage 20 ripsnorter suited for attacks and ambush as time ticks against Roglič and Mas.
Evenepoel keeps playing it smart, letting his rivals take a little while he doesn't give up a lot.
Evenepoel suffers but doesn't splinter as Primož Roglič and Enric Mas make gains and time gaps condense.
Jumbo-Visma sets up Roglič for attack: 'We didn't expect Remco to cede time today.'
GC pack will look to exploit any weakness in Remco Evenepoel on relentless 2,500m summit finish of stage 15.
Quick Step's Ilan Van Wilder: 'No need to panic. Remco didn't lose 15 minutes.'
Roglič uncorks sizzling acceleration in final four kilometers of stage 14 to gap Evenepoel and loosen Belgian's grip on red.
Roglič's rehab advisor Dr. Mito Bračič speaks to 'Sportal' about treatment of grand tour star's injuries.
Remco Evenepoel ahead of Vuelta a España climber’s weekend: ‘No. 1 goal is to defend the red jersey’
Back-to-back climbing stages present opportunity and danger for Vuelta GC favorites.
Two summit finishes in two days offer Primož Roglič and Enric Mas the opportunity to try to rip red from Remco Evenepoel.
Who are Evenepoel's remaining teammates, and does squad strength even matter when Remco is running riot?
Primož Roglič on staying close: 'Hopefully I can improve a bit.'
Racing with a bloodied knee and a torn jersey, the Quick-Step Alpha Vinyl rider brushed off a potentially dangerous spill to defend red.
Peñas Blancas could be another opportunity for the breakaway but there are some gains to be made by the GC riders, too.
With his first career grand tour stage win in the bag, Evenepoel and Quick-Step turn their attention to finishing off the 2022 Vuelta.
Three-time defending champion moves up, but cedes 48 seconds and drops to 2:41 back.
Vuelta a Hoody: Putting Evenepoel’s stunning performance into context.
Movistar climber vows to go down swinging: 'We don't know if Remco will blow up or not.'
DS Niermann on Roglič: 'He is not 100 percent but he is close and still in the fight.'
Kuss piloted Roglič through the Slovenian's three rides to red jersey and helped tow Jonas Vingegaard to top of the Tour de France.
Evenepoel leads home Primož Roglič and Enric Mas at close of stage 8 to further separate the Vuelta's 'big three' from chasing pack.
Evenepoel says he hopes to carry red into next week's individual time trial.
The three-time Vuelta winner couldn't match Evenepoel, Mas or Ayuso on the late attacks on Pico Jano.
Evenepoel accelerates away from direct GC rivals on Pico Jano: 'I’ve been focusing on this the past two or three months.'
Jumbo-Visma DS: 'We are in the right place right now.'
Belgian star says it was 'mission accomplished' in first major GC tussle at the Spanish grand tour.
Long lumpy stage set to take the pain from Tuesday and add a few more percent in parcours suited to Roglič, GC contenders, and pure puncheurs.
Danish rider finishes second on stage 4 to pick up points, beats Bennett in intermediate sprint.
Roglič cautions despite early warning flare: 'It's just the beginning of the Vuelta.'
Jumbo-Visma rider powers away from the pack on the final rise to the line to become the fourth from the team to wear the red jersey.
Week 1 preview: After three nervous days in the Netherlands, the peloton faces a challenging week littered with climbs and possibly heavy rain.
Hilltop sprint and bike-mad Basque crowds will see peloton shaken to life after Dutch start.
'I don't need the red jersey until Madrid,' Slovenian jokes; sports director Niermann says Roglič still feels back pain.
Vuelta a Hoody: There's a sense of anarchy this month that will only reconfirm La Vuelta as the season's most entertaining race.
Jumbo-Visma tops Ineos Grenadiers and Quick-Step Alpha Vinyl in Utrecht opener, with Robert Gesink scoring the first red jersey.
Jumbo-Visma lines up as favorites in evening opener that might come down to balance between speed and safety.
Burgos-BH starts first and Jumbo-Visma is last off the ramp to open the 2022 Vuelta.
Commentary: Is Primož Roglič pushing himself too far at Vuelta a España after Tour de France injuries?
The Slovenian is preparing for a bid to take his fourth Vuelta just weeks after breaking two vertebrae.
Jumbo-Visma favorite reflects on injury discomfort, Remco Evenepoel threat and how he got over Tour de France disappointment.
The return of ex-champions Nibali, Froome, Valverde, Yates, Quintana, and Roglič marks a record for the Spanish grand tour.
Sepp Kuss and Rohan Dennis make part of the Dutch team for the final grand tour of the season.
Three-time defending champion still not a certainty for 2022 Vuelta.
This year's edition of the Spanish grand tour lives up to its climber's reputation with no less than eight summit finishes.
Sepp Kuss slated to start Spanish tour as Jumbo-Visma keeps options open: 'If Roglič is not there, it will totally change the approach.'
Cycling's official transfer window opens August 1, and VeloNews peels back the blockbuster deals set to be disclosed.
'I know nothing about it. Primož or his manager didn’t say anything about this,' says Jumbo sports director.
Jonas Vingegaard’s rags-to-riches story is seemingly incredible, but it was all part of Plugge’s longterm plan to mine talent, polish the rough edges, and create the peloton’s most efficient and seamless team.
Tadej Pogačar unconfirmed, but Jai Hindley, Remco Evenepoel, Richard Carapaz, Vincenzo Nibali, Alejandro Valverde and Mikel Landa all set for Spanish grand tour.
Pogačar looked unbeatable until he fell into the trap set by Jumbo-Visma that turned the Tour de France upside down last week.
Jumbo-Visma's crucial call to pull Roglič to protect his health will leave Jonas Vingegaard short-handed ahead of final week of Tour — was it the right one? Our editors chime in.
Tour de France takes new tilt as UAE Emirates and Jumbo-Visma go six-on-six in tense battle between Vingegaard and Pogačar.
Andy Schleck: Tadej Pogačar would still be in Tour de France lead if it wasn’t for ‘stupid mistakes’
'All these stupid mistakes of sprinting for two seconds. Then you come to a point where you are fucked and you lose two and a half-minutes,' says former Tour de France winner.
The Slovenian has been suffering with injuries that have lingered since his stage 5 crash.
'We have the experience of losing the Tour on the last day and we have won three grand tours so we know that we have to stay focussed,' says Zeeman.
Sport director explains how the trap was set on the Col du Galibier to isolate and attack Tadej Pogačar.
Team boss points to over-aggressive racing and commitment to yellow rather than COVID or a hunger knock as cause of Wednesday's spectacular undoing.