The Czech star has been wracked with illness during the past two seasons, but Quick-Step Alpha Vinyl is pivoting toward youth.
Tour de France stage winner signs on for another two seasons on Sylvan Adams' team.
Michael Matthews beating climbers in the mountains, Wout Van Aert able to win everywhere: versatility means more chances for success than ever before.
Israel-Premier Tech climber crashed Sunday, and although he finished the stage, an X-ray reveals a fractured right rib.
Cort wakes up with fever and headache while Clarke returns positive in routine test.
Third-place for Froome on Alpe d'Huez after cobblestone victory for Clarke leaves team thirsty for more as it battles relegation threat.
The Australian plays it cool as breakaway takes victory on the cobbles at the Tour de France.
Simon Clarke wins as Tadej Pogačar gains time
Cobblestone stage delivers carnage as Pogačar makes time gains.
Tubeless tires, wider rims, special wheels, secret tire pressure — a mechanic shares the details of what goes into building out the race bikes for Strade Bianche.
Aussie star relishing second chance with Israel-Premier Tech: 'My results have shown that I'm not finished with cycling yet.'
Young American kicks clear at one kilometer to go to score debut pro win after just eight race-days with Ineos Grenadiers.
Wellens wins mountainous one-dayer for fourth time, beating Valverde in shoulder-to-shoulder sprint.
The Australian rider was left without a contract at the start of January after the Qhubeka-NextHash team folded.
Veteran Australian joins new teammates at pre-season camp just days after penning a deal to keep him in the WorldTour.
Veteran Australian is holding out for a late-hour contract and hopes to land something by late January.
After an almost two-decade wait, the men's peloton got a taste of riding a wet Paris-Roubaix. We asked Matteo Jorgenson, Mikkel Bjerg, Zdeněk Štybar, and more, what it was like.
VN news ticker: Philippe Gilbert, Chris Froome help injured fan, Simon Clarke riding Tour de France with broken back
Here's the news making the headlines on Thursday, July 15.
This is a picture that says a lot about early season racing — but also about the courage of cyclists in general.
The high mountains of the Tour de France deliver both ecstasy and agony to the peloton. We spoke to the riders to hear their stories of triumph and woe on the race's highest roads
The Tour's first week is full of stresses, and riders work hard to eliminate unnecessary fatigue. The hardest days have yet to come, and cracks are already starting to appear.
EF Education First-Drapac gives Simon Clarke a chance in stage 5 and it pays off handsomely with first WorldTour win of 2018.
The squads registered three top-10 finishes in the first three days of racing at the Santos Tour Down Under.
UCI president Brian Cookson says jury's ruling to dock Porte two minutes in the Giro was a fair decision, that Sky should know the rules
The Orica-GreenEdge rider says he was merely helping his friend by giving Richie Porte a wheel late in stage 10
Richie Porte broke the rules by taking a wheel from Simon Clarke, but should the UCI have imposed such a steep penalty?
Richie Porte's bad day at the Giro gets worse as the race jury decides to penalize the GC favorite for receiving aid from an Orica rider
The Australian-based squad wants to start the race by successfully defending its opening-stage TTT win
Evans receives heaps of praise from fellow riders at the first-annual Cadel Evans Great Ocean Road Race in Australia
Aussie outfit gets its Tour stage win two days after causing panic at the finish with its team bus
Alejandro Valverde saw his leader's jersey slip away following a crash that left him chasing