Could the Dutch star become the peloton's next Alejandro Valverde? At 35, he hopes to race until he turns 40.
Nearly a decade after the demise of Team Rabobank, Dutch squad Jumbo-Visma has become one of the strongest in the WorldTour under the leadership of its owner, Richard Plugge.
Dutch rider Michael Boogerd has been handed a two-year suspension for drug use during his career, which ended in 2008
Testimony from Michael Rasmussen and Levi Leipheimer paints a clear picture of systematic doping at Rabobank
Testimony implicates Mario Zorzoli, the UCI’s chief medical officer, as having been complicit to doping during the sport’s darkest period
Rasmussen backtracks on statements over Freire, Flecha
"There are clean riders, there were before and there are now," says Freire
Danish climber says Rabobank management knew about its riders' doping
Former Rabobank rider Michael Boogerd says he used EPO, cortisone, and received blood transfusions
Already under heavy media pressure for its own doping legacy, Blanco has suspended Sánchez
Dutchman recently admitted to taking transfusions in 2007 and will name names when he sits down with anti-doping authorities soon
The former Rabobank rider says he will go to work for a coffee importer
Teams will face a vote in early February at the group's next general meeting
The Armstrong Affair and Rabobank's departure as a sponsor show cycling is in crisis, says the Dutch federation
Rabobank’s decision to pull mountain bike sponsorship is first direct blow to the discipline after Armstrong Affair
Rabobank's withdrawal from cycling has pushed the effects of the Armstrong scandal into mountain biking
Australian leaves Orica for Rabobank
Upstart Kelderman extends for two years at Rabobank
Breukink optimistic for stage wins, top GC result with Gesink and company, leaves Renshaw to freelance in the sprints
Dutch squad announces Tour nine, with Aussie sprinter getting his first shot at a Tour stage win
Dutchman returns with devastating stage 7 attack to all-but-seal the Amgen Tour of California
Rabobank manager downplays GC chances for Gesink and company
A crash in the last corner of Sunday's second Giro stage may prove difficult to overcome for Mark Renshaw and Theo Bos
After three stage wins at Turkey, Rabobank heads into Giro with leadout squad intact – and a wealth of confidence.
Vanendert learning to race at the front; Nuyens out of Turkey; Rabo protects six in Ardennes; Kroon gunning for Amstel Gold
Mark Renshaw says he relishes the opportunity to take his own chances in the bunch sprints after his high-profile move to Rabobank for the 2012 season.
With team star Robert Gesink preparing for the Tour de France, Rabobank won’t have a top GC prospect at the Giro d'Italia, so it will be looking to attack and get into breakaways in hopes of winning a stage.
Denis Menchov has never been one to wear his heart on his sleeve, but the austere Russian is downright excited about his switch from Rabobank to Geox
Óscar Freire may call it quits once his deal with Rabobank ends.
The 2009 Paris-Nice winner signs a two-year deal with the Dutch team.
Denis Menchov will headline Rabobank's team at the Vuelta a Espana, but it will likely be his last grand tour in Rabo colors
Russian challenger Denis Menchov claims he has the form to finally give his Rabobank team a reason to cheer during the Tour de France this month.
Menchov, Gesink to lead Rabobank at Tour de France
New Rabobank-Giant Off-Road Team and expanded Giant Factory Off-Road Team will feature top cross-country and downhill athletes.
Óscar Freire (Rabobank) was back in the winner’s circle Monday for the first time in nine months with victory in the second day of the Mallorca Challenge.
Rabobank mechanic registered one of the all-time best bike changes to keep Denis Menchov in pink in Rome