Mitchelton-Scott extends with Bewley, Smith, Bauer and Williams; Gazprom signs on veteran helper for Ilnur Zakarin.
Multiple teams came to the Tour de France with more than one GC option, but potential conflicts have fizzled out.
Forget what you think you know about this year’s USA Pro Challenge. It’s as wide open a stage race as you’ll watch this season.
The Cannondale-Garmin team founder discusses a variety of issues with VeloNews as his team gears up for another Tour de France
Czech rider Roman Kreuziger may not be filing a lawsuit against the UCI or WADA for damages, but that doesn’t mean that his employer won’t
Though he missed much of the 2014 season due to a suspension, Roman Kreuziger will not file lawsuit for damages or legal expenses
On June 10, the Court of Arbitration for Sport will meet to decide the Czech rider’s fate, and the stakes could not be higher
Sunday's Liège-Bastogne-Liège could cap the spring classics season in dramatic fashion, pitting young guns against experienced veterans
Roman Kreuziger will face the CAS on June 10, but until then is free to ride as one of Tinkoff-Saxo's protected riders
Roman Kreuziger has an uphill battle ahead as WADA and UCI appeal biological passport doping sanction at the Court of Arbitration for Sport
The Czech rider proclaims his innocence in a biological passport case that is now in the hands of the CAS
The Tinkoff-Saxo rider faces a ban of 2-4 years stemming from his biological passport case
Roman Kreuziger says a polygraph test proves he's not a doper. But there are questions about the test's accuracy, and ways to beat it
Several Astana riders have alleged ties to banned doctor Michele Ferrari, including general manager Alexandre Vinokourov
Tinkoff-Saxo rider Roman Kreuziger has taken to the internet to declare his innocence and publish several documents from his case
The Czech rider's lawyer releases a statement and presents new evidence after the UCI and WADA press on with case
UCI and WADA will fight Czech Olympic Committee's decision to acquit Kreuziger following his 2011-2012 biological passport anomalies
On Monday, Czech authorities announced that Roman Kreuziger was cleared of doping charges
Vincenzo Nibali dismisses allegations that he worked with Michele Ferrari, saying that while claims were made, nothing came of them
The team has a history of doping within its ranks, including its general manager Alexander Vinokourov
Suspended Saxo-Tinkoff rider doesn't know how long pending doping inquiry will last, remains optimistic
Tinkoff-Saxo says the UCI is likely to launch a doping inquiry following what it calls irregularities in Kreuziger's biological passport
Tinkoff-Saxo rider Roman Kreuziger rides final spring classic of the season on new Project Black frame
A number of riders that finished the Tour de France will line up for Saturday's one-day classic in Spain
Contador, Rodriguez, and Valverde are hitting top form as the Tour heads into the high mountains
Alberto Contador and Roman Kreuziger vaulted onto the Tour podium in the stage 18 time trial, but must keep an eye on Belkin as they target Chris Froome
Katusha rider dashes to the finish line with 250 meters left to take the victory
Cannondale rider earns stage victory as Mathias Frank takes overall race lead
Fabian Cancellara and a slew of first-time winners came out on top in the classics, but who didn't?
Saxo-Tinkoff rider walks away from reporters when asked about Dr. Michele Ferrari
Czech's win resurfaces questions over links to Ferrari, Riis' links to Fuentes
Tinkering with the course didn't make the Amstel Gold any more or less exciting. It was the riders who dictated the action
A well-timed attack gives Kreuziger all the edge he needs to win the Ardennes opener
Roman Kreuziger leaves Astana disappointments behind, signing a three-year contract with Riis Cycling
Hunter Allen analyzes the power data from Tom Zirbel and Roman Kreuziger in the final-stage time trial at the USA Pro Challenge
Hesjedal may have delivered knockout punch in stage 19 in quest for maglia rosa; Kreuziger bounces back to win stage
Martinelli has stiff words for his star after Kreuziger's Giro fell apart on Wednesday
Roman Kreuziger is running the new SRAM Red, an interesting Corima wheelset and carbon bars at the Giro
Knee injury keeps Dekker out of Giro; Kreuziger recons pivotal Giro stage; Dehaes out with elbow fracture; Meersman stage hunting at Giro
Three top riders on GC are separated by six seconds ahead of final-day time trial
Astana's Roman Kreuziger announced on Monday he would skip next year's Tour de France due to the number of time trials featuring on the route.
Roman Kreuziger looks set to top his ninth-place finish at last year’s Giro, and he’ll do so riding a Specialized Tarmac SL3.
Roman Kreuziger will lead Astana in a push for the final podium when the Giro d’Italia ends in Milano on May 29.
Roman Kreuziger (Astana) and Michele Scarponi (Lampre) took morale-boosting victories Friday to put their rivals on notice going into next month´s Giro d'Italia.
HUY, Belgium (VN) – Alexander Vinokourov will have a full arsenal at his disposal in his bid for a third Liège-Bastogne-Liège title Sunday. Roman Kreuziger will join his Astana teammates Saturday evening in Liège after the Giro del Trentino wraps up earlier in the day in Italy.
Roman Kreuziger and key Astana teammates have headed to Sicily to train ahead of what will be a run at the overall crown at the Giro d’Italia for the 24-year-old Czech rider.
Vincenzo Nibali and Roman Kreuziger will lead the team in Spain
An October criterium in the Mexican state is expecting Vino', Basso, the Schleck brothers, Sammy Sanchez and more. But the Vuelta a Chihuahua will not be held.
Cycling’s version of musical chairs is hitting a new fever pitch this week as yet another big name is set to change teams.
Chris Horner (RadioShack) just missed victory with second in Thursday’s “queen stage” at the 28th Giro di Sardegna in Italy. The veteran American finished second to stage-winner and new race leader Roman Kreuziger (Liquigas), with Thomas Voeckler (Bbox Bouygues) coming through third in a challenging, 175km stage finishing atop the Cat. 1 Monte Ortobene.