Welshman hit the deck after slipping on ice while riding Sunday though will be able to return to the indoor trainer Monday.
Recently retired Brit's unlikely triumph in 2015 at Omloop marked a rare occasion when everyone cheered for Team Sky.
The young British rider started the race as a chief lieutenant for Geraint Thomas, and after the explosive stage 18, he is on the shortest list of contenders to win the overall.
Filippo Ganna took his third stage win of the 2020 Giro d'Italia by blitzing the individual time trial. American Brandon McNulty finished third.
Long time trial Saturday could see young Italian scoop third stage win of the race and confirm him as fastest man against the clock in the WorldTour.
João Almeida holds onto the pink jersey for another day, with no changes at the top five of the general classification.
Carapaz in duel to salvage polka dots
We get an American media darling, and speculation flies — about breakaways and transfers — into the final days of the 2020 Tour de France.
We unpack the key talking points of the final major mountain stage of the race, from Ineos' consolation prize to Porte's untimely puncture. Time for some takes!
Roglič defends the yellow jersey on a stage featuring a gravel segment at the top of the penultimate climb.
Teammate suggests defending Tour champion struggled to adapt and prepare correctly through COVID lockdown.
With Egan Bernal under pressure to attack in the final week, David Brailsford and his team are in an unfamiliar situation.
We put ourselves in David Brailsford's shoes, as well as discussing what makes Team Sunweb so successful at stage hunting.
Sean Yates suggests Ineos is stuck in rut of using old strategy that isn't effective against stronger opponents.
Did Bernal not have the legs? Who will be next to go out the back? And what's EF Pro Cycling's next move?
Ineos Grenadiers veteran says real battle for yellow jersey comes in the Alps.
Defending champion struggled to match the power from rivals yet managed to not lose time.
Tour de France: ‘If the opportunity is there, we’re going to take it,’ warns Ineos Grenadiers ahead of stage 4 summit finish
British team ready to play multiple cards in battle with Jumbo-Visma.
‘We have a professional relationship and a personal relationship which is absolutely good on both fronts,’ said the Ineos Grenadiers boss.
On this week's podcast we analyze Team Ineos Grenadiers' decision to leave Chris Froome and Geraint Thomas at home during the 2020 Tour de France. Also, we complete our analysis of the race's top contenders for yellow.
Team Ineos Grenadiers will be on the Pinarello Dogma F12 with either disc or rim brakes at the 2020 Tour de France, with the latest colors to match.
From Anquetil to Indurain, every rider who won four Tour titles went on to win a fifth.
Four non-Tour de France riders placed in quarantine and withdrawn from Italian nationals; four staffers will also self-isolate.
Pressure will mount without Thomas, Froome at this year's Tour.
Third overall last year, the Dutch rider's absence will put a dent in Jumbo-Visma's plans for Tour assault.
Brailsford’s recruitment effort to rebuild the team paying off as Thomas, Froome shunted to side.
Has Ineos backed the right leaders for the Tour? Is this a fitting send-off for Chris Froome? What's next for Geraint Thomas?
Former Tour de France champions left off Ineos' start sheet as team moves to rally around Egan Bernal in yellow jersey defense.
Chris Froome on simmer as team delays final decision.
Chris Froome was again dropped from the main field on Thursday's second stage of the Critérium du Dauphiné. Yet Froome said he's confident about starting the upcoming Tour de France.
The summit finish on Thursday's stage 2 of the Critérium du Dauphiné was packed with action. It also gave us some takeaways as we look to the Tour de France.
The 2019 Vuelta a España winner assumes overall lead from teammate Wout van Aert.
The Colombian rider says that building form and cohesion ahead of the Tour are the most important outcomes at the Critérium du Dauphiné.
Team Jumbo-Visma was undisputedly the strongest squad during stage 1 at the Critérium du Dauphiné, and this strength could give the Dutch squad the experience and confidence to take on Team Ineos at the Tour.
Jumbo-Visma dominates Tour de L'Ain, revealing Ineos has wrinkles to iron before Tour de France.
Who are you more excited about, Evenepoel or Van Aert? Should Ineos be concerned by Jumbo-Visma's dominance at Tour de l'Ain? Where does accountability lie for the horror crash in Poland?
Leading Tour favorites squaring off for the first time in months with Grand Colombier at center-stage.
Carapaz steps into pro cycling's spotlight with his win at the Giro d'Italia.
Pinot, Bardet search for signs of encouragement after Ineos takes control of Occitanie.
Bernal takes control as speculation ramps up about Froome's Tour prospects.
Four-time Tour de France winner Chris Froome ceded five minutes to Bernal and sits in 32nd place.
Tech moments at the Tour de France happen often — from a dropped chain to a secret skinsuit. Gear and tech can quietly dictate the winners and losers.
Team tech guru questions Froome's chances after serious injury.
Fred Dreier explains why he's changing his longtime rooting interest this year and finally backing Chris Froome at the Tour de France.
A string of French races will give Colombian star opportunities to race before Tour start in late August.
Colombian Tour champion pledges to play team game but maintains ambition of defending his yellow jersey this summer.
Thomas, Rowe understand Froome's move to a team set to be built around him as future staffers relish impact he may have at Israeli outfit.
Timing, money and ambition add up to momentous transfer.
Mitchelton-Scott sport director says Froome's no guarantee to start Tour as speculation heats up.
Chris Froome is leaving Team Ineos for Israel Start-Up Nation, and we have opinions on the transfer. Plus, Magnus Sheffield talks U.S. junior devo in the age of COVID-19.
Riding back into the 2020 racing restart, the 2018 Tour champ remains circumspect about his future at a team loaded with so many grand tour winners.
Coloradan committed to grinding in the engine room at heart of Jumbo-Visma’s yellow jersey challenge.
French directors believe tensions in Team Ineos could open opportunities for rivals to exploit.
André Greipel and Freddy Ovett relishing prospect at arrival of four-time Tour champion to Israel Start-Up Nation.
Ineos confirms Froome will start the Tour and retain co-leadership role, sparking potential for team politics and rivalries.
Chris Froome's move to Israel Start-Up Nation is the biggest transfer news in recent years. What does it mean for Ineos, Froome and his new Israeli team? Let's roundtable!
Can Chris Froome's new battery of gear help him when he joins Israel-Start Up Nation in 2021? It's certainly possible. Here's how.
The implications of Froome's big move will only fuel hype and anticipation in buildup toward Tour de France.
Grand tour star to leave Team Ineos for Israel Start-Up Nation at close of season.
New rules open door for Team Ineos star to fly direct to Europe without detour via Colombia.
Welshman confident that team's tried-and-tested 'let the road decide' approach will work at this summer's Tour.
Colombian promises to light up the race in his yellow jersey defense this summer.
The Times reports that Ineos will not match an offer, opening the door for a possible early exit.
Dutch team sees consistency, teamwork, and ability to avoid mistakes as vital to breaking Ineos' stranglehold on the Tour.
Froome suggests he will be riding Tour de France with Team Ineos; travel concerns eased for Bernal and other Colombians.