The German team enjoyed its best season ever in 2022 after its bet on stage races and grand tours paid off.
Thymen Arensman (Team DSM) blasted to victory against the clock.
The Colombian attacked on the steepest part of the final wall to win the stage.
Neilson Powless denied opportunity to battle for spot on GC podium when mechanical forces bike change in final kilometer.
The exit of Peter Sagan cleared the way for the German WorldTour team to pivot toward grand tours. The payoff came sooner than anyone could have dreamed.
German team’s miscommunication in summit finish sprint costs it valuable seconds in the overall standings.
'In my head today I thought that I’d either be there or be 20 minutes back. We’ll just see what happens tomorrow,' says Australian.
Jumbo-Visma rider on the cusp of his biggest ever stage racing win after fending off attacks in key climbing stage.
Rohan Dennis rides resilient through Romandie 'queen stage' to finish just behind the front group and extend GC lead ahead of final stage TT.
Elder statesman of South American stage racers refuses to buckle beneath pressure of new generation of talent at Volta a Catalunya.
Hgiuita defends overnight GC lead to take first WorldTour GC victory of career.
Volta a Catalunya stage 6: Carapaz wins tough climbing stage, Higuita takes GC lead after two-up break
South American duo kick away early in grey and grizzly stage to battle for stage-honors and rise to top of GC on penultimate stage.
Evenepoel finishes in five-rider lead group to take second Algarve GC win of career, Brandon McNulty moves up to second overall.
Bora-Hansgrohe has laid out its grand tour plans for 2022 with Sergio Higuita leading the squad at the Vuelta a España.
Here's what's making headlines on Thursday, November 25.
VN news ticker: Sergio Higuita to remain with EF Education-Nippo through 2021, Alexandre Balmer joins Team BikeExchange through 2024
Here's the news making the headlines on Wednesday, November 10.
VN news ticker: Alexander Kristoff, Sven Erik Bystrøm to Intermarché-Wanty-Gobert Matériaux; Trinity Racing launches career mentorship program
Here's the news making the headlines on Wednesday, August 4.
Rigoberto Urán headlines well-balanced team of stage-hunters and opportunists.
We all know the Tour de France's GC leader wears the yellow jersey. The problem is, too many other riders are also sporting yellow in this year's Tour de France.
With all eyes on Ineos and Jumbo-Visma, the Tour could be set up for a spoiler. And no team presents themselves as much as a possible candidate as EF Pro Cycling.
Two North Americans and a Colombian leadership trio headline team of wildcards and dark horses.
EF Pro Cycling's rising Colombian star feels his countrymen will be at advantage on return to racing, sees world championship opportunity for his nation.
Schachmann survives late attack from second-place Benoot to take overall, Quintana takes stage atop La Colmiane climb.
The American squad lost Michael Woods to a scary crash at Paris-Nice while Lawson Craddock later abandoned with a headache.
EF Pro Cycling wrap up dominant week with three riders on an all-Latin American podium and three stage wins.
EF Pro Cycling retains overall advantage, with the lead moving from Jonathan Caicedo to Higuita.
The 2019 Tour de France winner crashed, chased back onto the lead group and sprinted to second place, ahead of Daniel Martinez.
Sergio Higuita salvaged EF's Vuelta a Espana by winning stage 18 in Becerril de la Sierra. Roglic defended his lead.
Riders vow to keep fighting in this Vuelta after the American team suffered multiple crashes and lost two of its strongest riders.
Young Colombian Sergio Higuita only arrived at EF Education First in early May. Now they're comparing his punchy style to Alejandro Valverde's.