The 1996 Tour winner returns to pro cycling, baggage and all, saying he's long turned the page on his past connections to doping.
Leaving Mark Cavendish off its Tour de France roster was the right move for Dimension Data, writes Fred Dreier.
Though performance director Rolf Aldag felt the Brit was physically ready and suited the team's strategy for the Tour, he was overruled by team owners.
Mark Cavendish says he was in perfect condition to race the Tour de France, despite his team leaving him at home.
Mark Cavendish returns to the Tour de France with plans to collect more sprint stage victories after an early exit from the 2017 race.
Adrien Niyonshuti, twice the flag bearer for Rwanda's summer Olympics team, is on the hunt for a 2018 pro contract.
Lachlan Morton's Dimension Data team is down to just three riders at the Vuelta a Espana due to illness and crashes.
As Cavendish prepares to join his new teammates on Dimension Data, team principal Doug Ryder says "times have changed" for bunch sprints.
The German, who has worked with Cavendish on other squads, will serve as the team's performance director.
Professional services firm Deloitte stepped in and co-sponsored the squad, which helped bring Cavendish to the African-based outfit.
American Tyler Farrar admits his best days as a pure sprinter are behind him, and he's eager to work for Cavendish in the sprints.