Grand tour stars, cobblestone crushers, and bunch sprint supremos: Here are the five top transfers for 2023.
Californian sensation not worried about losing his own opportunities when Richard Carapaz joins EF Education-EasyPost.
Hot off the back of the Tour de France 2023 route reveal, we pick through who's in the mix for the yellow jersey.
'Looking at the routes for the Giro and the Tour, the Tour definitely favors Richard’s abilities more,' says American team boss.
Rising Colombian star weighs his contract options with an eye on a strong start to 2023.
Two-year deal soon to be confirmed by the American team.
Everything to fight for on Saturday’s penultimate stage.
GC pack will look to exploit any weakness in Remco Evenepoel on relentless 2,500m summit finish of stage 15.
Richard Carapaz blazes to second stage win in three days at Vuelta a España: ‘I tried not to lose hope’
Ecuadorian climber wins on perfectly timed winning attack at La Pandera.
Carapaz holds on from the breakaway as Roglič gains 48 seconds on the red jersey.
Ecuadorian attacks to victory to heal GC disappointment in Vuelta a España.
Vuelta a España stage 12: Richard Carapaz wins on Peñas Blancas, Remco Evenepoel survives crash scare
Ineos Grenadiers rider attacks from the breakaway to take the stage win with Wilco Kelderman claiming second.
Young Spaniard holds firm as Tao Geoghegan Hart loses time in a crash.
Spanish grand tour rookie Carlos Rodríguez is leading the powerful Ineos Grenadiers lineup after a week of racing.
Matteo Tosatto says 'the legs will decide' who will be the GC leader at British squad.
Richard Carapaz loses 2:44 to Remco Evenepoel on the Vuelta's first summit finish as Mikel Landa slips out of contention after finishing over six minutes down.
Richard Carapaz not fazed by Giro defeat at Vuelta a España: ‘I have no doubts about my performance’
Ecuadorian vows he's committed to Ineos Grenadiers in final grand tour with team, braces against notion of solo leadership.
The pair have been teammates since riding together at Movistar in 2017.
Spanish riders relieved to leave behind narrow Dutch roads packed with traffic furniture as Vuelta returns to Spain.
Ecuadorean laughing about "little tumble" after the finish as Ineos Grenadiers count themselves satisfied with good Vuelta start.
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.
The story behind the biggest transfer of the summer as Ecuadorian star switches from Ineos to EF Education-EasyPost.
A mix of youth and experience for the British WorldTour team ahead of the final grand tour of the season.
Kwiatkowski, De Plus, and Fraile miss out on final grand tour of 2022.
This year's edition of the Spanish grand tour lives up to its climber's reputation with no less than eight summit finishes.
Vuelta a España: Will Ineos Grenadiers back experience or youth with Rodríguez, Hayter and Plapp in contention?
An attacking line up could include a number of race debutants.
The Colombian attacked on the steepest part of the final wall to win the stage.
Cycling's official transfer window opens August 1, and VeloNews peels back the blockbuster deals set to be disclosed.
Mark Cavendish to EF Education-EasyPost? Jonathan Vaughters confirms interest but it’s not a done deal
'If he got that Eddy Merkcx record, he’s an icon in the sport. You can always make room but there’s lots of questions,' says American team boss.
Ineos Grenadiers still in negotiation over Adam Yates renewal, team unlikely to sign replacement for Richard Carapaz
Ineos will develop its crop of young riders rather than sign another proven grand tour winner to replace EF-bound Carapaz.
American team set to sign its best GC prospect in years with Carapaz joining from Ineos Grenadiers for 2023.
Giro d'Italia runner-up won't be a late-hour addition to the Ineos Grenadiers' roster for the Tour.
'It was a disappointing end to my grand tour, and my last one at that, but there’s nothing I could have done,' writes Ineos Grenadiers rider.
Giro di Hoody: The race had its moments and delivered a thrilling finale, but lacked sparks to bring it to greatness.
'The riders make the race but they need inspiring terrain to ensure the script isn’t predictable', writes former Giro stage winner.
Reviewing the top riders from this year's Giro d'Italia and where they go from here.
Young Briton Ben Tulett’s longest race before the Giro was eight days, and says he learned a huge amount from working for Ineos leader Richard Carapaz.
Giro runner-up Richard Carapaz says one bad day cost him the race, switches focus to the Vuelta a España.
National TT champ Sobrero dominates to bring Italy its fifth stage win, Hindley scores first-ever maglia rosa for both Bora-Hansgrohe and Australia.
Ineos boss: We didn’t know Richard Carapaz was struggling on decisive mountain stage of Giro d’Italia
'Everything was going to plan on the Fedaia, Richard said he was feeling good,' says Ineos Grenadiers manager Rod Ellingworth.
The 17.4km test against the clock is similar to the 2019 Verona TT, but packs in 200 meters more of climbing.
From TT stars Matteo Sobrero and Thymen Arensman to pink jersey rivals Richard Carapaz and Jai Hindley, here are the start times for the Verona closer.
Richard Carapaz crumbled out of pink in dramatic day in the Dolomites, but what else happened in the top-10? Here's an analysis.
'I could sense through his body language that he wasn’t on a good day,' says former Tour de France winner.
Australian takes control ahead of the final time trial.
Covi scores with 50km solo move, overnight leader Carapaz loses wheel to Hindley in final three kilometers in dramatic GC overturn.
Ineos Grenadiers leader out of pink as Hindley takes control.
Giro d’Italia Verona TT to serve nailbiting test of power and recovery: ‘No hiding place for fatigue’
A TT of pure strength Sunday could see 30-second gaps that rapidly erase any advantages forged in Saturday's mountain stage.
After another day where the Giro’s three leading contenders couldn’t be split, Richard Carapaz insists that the final section of Saturday’s last mountain stage will produce a GC verdict.
Three huge Dolomite passes, two trips to thin air, and a fearsome final 5km look set to split the GC contenders on the Giro’s penultimate day.
Giro d’Italia stage 19: Koen Bouwman climbs out of break for mountaintop victory, GC top-3 hit stalemate
Richard Carapaz, Jai Hindley, Mikel Landa hit the line together after last-corner crash wipes out Andrea Vendrame and Attila Valter.
The second half of the stage is packed with testing climbs, notably the Kolovrat, before the short and sharp uphill finale to the Santuario di Castelmonte.
The Ecuadorian goes into the final three stages with a three-second lead over Jai Hindley.
Dan Martin’s Giro d’Italia analysis: Who will blink first in pink jersey battle still too close to call?
Saturday's mountain finish at Fedaia is a real grinder and it's during the Giro's 'epic' third week that reveals a rider's true character.
Bahrain Victorious wins the stage and positions Mikel Landa into a virtual spot on the podium going into the Giro's final decisive stages.
Australian says that it’s easy to commit fully to Richard Carapaz because "he’s a great leader".
The Australian is running out of time to claw back time on Richard Carapaz but he believes the penultimate stage will prove decisive.
Ineos Grenadiers captain keeps hold of three-second lead in the overall classification in taught battle with rival Jai Hindley.
Richard Carapaz, Jai Hindley confirm status as two 'capi' of the Giro, Mikel Landa claws into podium range as João Almeida loses 1:10 on final climb.
Vincenzo Nibali and João Almeida lose time in the overall standings as podium starts to take shape.
Stage 17 features the Vetriolo pass where Andy Hampsten wrapped up the 1988 Giro d’Italia title, followed by the testing ascent to Monterovere.
The three strongest climbers in the race are evenly matched but Hindley is closing in on pink.
The Giro d'Italia race leader says the race will be won on small 'details.'
Giro d’Italia: Which GC riders lost time on stage 16 as Jai Hindley closes to within three seconds of pink
Vincenzo Nibali and João Almeida lose time as Richard Caparaz sees his lead reduced in sprint for bonus seconds.
Marathon mountain stage sees Pozzovivo and Buchmann bumped out of GC contention as Hindley moves to within three seconds of Carapaz.
Many expect the maglia rosa to be decided before the final time trial, but it could still prove decisive for João Almeida and his podium ambitions.
Giro di Hoody: Nothing ever goes to script at the Giro d'Italia, and that's why this week should be one of the best of the season.
From one-hit wonders to doomed superdomestiques, the top of the Giro crop all carry question marks heading into the race's final week.
'We’re in the lead and we know what we have to do. So it’s basically up to us to get the job done,' Porte writes in his exclusive VeloNews Giro blog.
Newly confident Australian aims at the top step in this year's race.
Ineos Grenadiers has won three of the past four pink jerseys, and is now in pole position to win another one.
With five riders within 61 seconds of the pink jersey, nothing is decided, and everything is still in play.