'A career never goes in just one way and everyone has setbacks,' says Ineos Grenadiers rider.
After riding in the shadows at Ineos Grenadiers, the Colombian climber will step into the limelight at the Giro d'Italia this month.
Hot off helping Ineos Grenadiers win Paris-Roubaix, the Australian is heading to the US to race the rescheduled 2021 world championship with one eye already on Kona.
'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.
A look at the eight riders that Ineos Grenadiers is sending to the Giro d'Italia, from GC hopeful Richard Carapaz to debutant Ben Tulett.
British rider bounces back after mistake and crash on stage 1 to take his second WorldTour win in three days.
‘He’s talking himself down a bit but I think he’s just trying to take a bit of the pressure off. I think he’ll climb really well,’ Welshman says of Rohan Dennis.
Rohan Dennis rolled safely through first full day in the race leader's jersey, with a 14-second lead.
A doctor treating the Colombian said he is 'cured' and could be allowed to race by May 24 if his coaches allow it.
Ethan Hayter crashes in his first full day in the race leader's jersey with 14km remaining.
‘I hope to do my first grand tour this year but I don’t know which one it will be yet’ says Ineos's Romandie leader.
Ineos Grenadier bests teammate and defending champion Geraint Thomas by a handful of seconds.
British rider checks out the cobbled stage of the Tour de France alongside teammate Michał Kwiatkowski.
'I think that I might have used up one of my lives today,' says British rider as classics season ends with a crash.
How Ineos Grenadiers talent scouted Magnus Sheffield, and how far the super-team thinks the budding U.S. star can go.
A look at the power numbers of Dylan Van Baarle at the ‘Hell of the North.’
Van Baarle delivers with anticipation and execution, Ineos and Intermarché shine, as Lampaert suffers, and Van der Poel runs out of steam.
Analysis: Ineos Grenadiers finally wins Paris-Roubaix, the race that’s the antithesis of marginal gains
Dylan van Baarle delivers elusive victory in the 'Hell of the North' for the UK super-team.
Ben Turner makes his rookie Paris-Roubaix one to remember: ‘It was horrible but great at the same time’
Turner continues to tear through debut classics season with 11th-place finish in Roubaix velodrome and a hand in teammate van Baarle's cobblestone trophy.
Silver in last year's world championships was all the Dutch rider needed to convince himself he could go the monument distance and win.
'When they went in the crosswinds, and split it, they took the opportunity. We’ve never seen anything like that in Paris-Roubaix,' said former Tour de France winner.
American rider carrying momentum into debut in the 'Hell of the North' with Ineos Grenadiers.
Michal Kwiatkowski says he feels like a neo-pro as he makes his second appearance at the monument.
A close-up look at the Amstel Gold Race-winning bike — with 30mm Continental tubeless tires and a full Shimano Dura-Ace 9250 group — to be raced at the ‘Hell of the North.’
A look at the buildup to the cobbled monument that finishes in a velodrome after taking on 55km of cobbles in the men's ‘Hell of the North.'
Tom Pidcock will save his Roubaix debut for another year, but Magnus Sheffield, Filippo Ganna and Dylan van Baarle will have free rides on the cobbles.
Jury fines sport director after causing several riders to crash, including world champion Julian Alaphilippe.
Quick-Step Alpha Vinyl rider cited by race jury after pushing Ben Turner during Brabantse Pijl.
Brabantse Pijl victory bodes well for a new generation of budding American classics riders pushing into the frame.
Ineos Grenadiers delivers another stunning classics win as Magnus Sheffield powers to victory at Brabantse Pijl.
Ineos Grenadiers used numerical advantage in final 50km to deliver the American rookie to the cobbled classic win.
Perfectly executed bike-throw delivers Ineos Grenadiers star his first victory since winning a stage at the 2020 Tour de France.
Remco Evenepoel takes over GC lead, two seconds ahead of Daniel Martínez, as Primož Roglič slides to eighth.
Primož Roglič finished fourth on the stage and retained the overall leader's jersey.
The 2018 Tour de France winner off to hot start at Basque Country: 'It's nice to be up there. It's better than expected.'
Ineos Grenadiers rookie continues to impress with Sunday's Amstel Gold Race and Paris-Roubaix on the horizon.
Dutchman who finished second said he had resigned himself to a sprint for third place after being dropped on the Oude Kwaremont.
Colombian star speaks about his accident, recovery and ambitions for the future.
Streaming platform insists that transparency and full access are vitally important to the project.
Hot off signing a five-year contract to stay with Ineos Grenadiers, Pidcock confirms he wants to target the Tour de France in the coming years.
TotalEnergies is proving it's more than the ‘Sagan Show’ and packs two classics podium finishes in 2022 despite ongoing health issues from Peter Sagan.
British rider extends his deal with Dave Brailsord's team after interest from rival squads.
The 22-year-old turned pro with Ineos this season and he's made a huge mark on the cobbled classics so far.
‘I think Stefan Küng just hesitated a bit. He was the guy who should have gone, I guess. That was it,’ says Ineos leader.
Eddie Dunbar finally clocked up his first professional victory at the Coppi e Bartali. The Irishman spoke to VeloNews about the setbacks he has faced and his belief that the best is yet to come.
Tour de Hoody: Ineos Grenadiers isn't winning on pure brawn anymore, it's winning with finesse.
The Tour de France winner rides bike on open roads in full Ineos Grenadiers kit and bike for first time since crash.
The Ineos Grenadiers rider finished his first race in a month after being laid low through illness.
Pidcock riding Gent-Wevelgem for 'fun' and to build up racing kilometers ahead of the Tour of Flanders.
Dylan van Baarle: Ineos Grenadiers E3 Saxo Bank Classic ride was ‘not perfect’ but the team was strong
Ineos Grenadiers missed out on initial Taaienberg selection but got back into the mix with big chase.
American says losing Tom Pidcock for the classics is 'a shame' but Ineos Grenadiers can win without him.
Jumbo-Visma believes the depth and experience at Ineos Grenadiers means the former Tour de France powerhouse can't be ruled out.
Illness takes out two key riders in Spain while Ineos Grenadiers finishes second and third in opening stage at Coppi e Bartali.
The 2018 Tour de France champion returns to racing this week to regain race rhythm following a winter that included shoulder surgery and a bout with COVID-19.
Trek-Segafredo boss talks about developing riders, looking for a grand tour rider, Netflix, and Ciccone's all-important year.
Report on 2022 paypackets for male racers gives some interesting insights into what's going on in the big business of bike racing.
'We are not going to make a race schedule until this problem is solved,' says his coach.
Egan Bernal is so hungry to return but we don’t know if he’ll get back to that top level again, says Ellingworth
Team boss discusses grand tour rosters in wake of Bernal crash, confirms Geraint Thomas not guaranteed start at Tour de France.
Pogačar wary of Mathieu van der Poel: 'I never believe that he is only here to train. I think he's good.'
The Roglič-riddle, cobblestone consternation, Lefevere-unplugged and more – the upcoming Tour de France series has stories-galore.
A contract extension could be announced in the next couple of weeks despite interest from Bora-Hansgrohe.
The British rider missed Strade Bianche with a stomach virus but he's been training well ahead of Saturday's monument.
Porte powers to impressive fourth at Tirreno-Adriatico: 'Right now, Pogačar is a level above.'
Kate Wagner picks apart the key moments from a gripping edition of the 'Race to the Sun'.
York analyzes why Jumbo-Visma and UAE Team Emirates have started to leave Ineos and their rivals behind.
The ‘Race to the Sun’ will be streamed on television, and you can also watch it through a web browser or a mobile app.
Jumbo-Visma's race leader Roglič remains on course for overall honors but all change as Jorgenson and McNulty have differing days out.
'La Gazzetta dello Sport' reports that Bernal's coach believes the Ineos Grenadiers star will be able to return to his former level and perhaps even race this year.
Brandon McNulty powers to his first WorldTour win in what's another confirmation that UAE Emirates is now among the powerhouse teams.
No schedule changes despite crash involving Egan Bernal as Tasmanian star builds toward farewell grand tour at Giro d'Italia.
Rohan Dennis says he’s got the Tour’s Copenhagen TT in the back of his mind, but his focus is on helping Jumbo-Visma capture the Tour title that still eludes them.
Remco Evenepoel shows good form for second while defending champ Tadej Pogačar finished in third.
The British rider will miss the Italian one-day race after picking up a stomach virus following the 'opening weekend.'
'I am totally against this war and all my thoughts are with the Ukrainian people' says Ineos Grenadiers rider.
Daniel Martínez and Ethan Hayter join the British team to challenge Primož Roglič in the ‘Race to the Sun.’
British rider sets his sights on Strade Bianche next weekend.