Spanish TT champ joins Movistar’s new women’s team
As promised, Movistar's new pro women's cycling team will feature Spanish cyclists in 2018.
As promised, Movistar's new pro women's cycling team will feature Spanish cyclists in 2018.
Movistar is investing in women's cycling with a new team said to be mostly Spanish riders. Also, Valverde confirms he'll be back.
Spanish stage racer Mikel Landa will bid adieu to Team Sky and head to rival Team Movistar for 2018 and 2019.
Movistar wins team time trial by two seconds ahead of BMC racing, but Tejay van Garderen accuses Spanish squad of breaking rules.
Nairo Quintana set to return home following Tirreno for "calm" approach towards the Giro d'Italia/Tour de France double attempt this year.
Nairo Quintana returns to Terminillo the victor of stage 4 two years after taking the same summit en route to Tirreno-Adriatico win in 2015.
Nairo Quintana gained time and garnered respect with sensational solo win on stage 4 to take overall lead over rivals at Tirreno-Adriatico.
Colombian Nairo Quintana pulled on the leader's blue jersey after solo finish to win the fourth stage of the Tirreno-Adriatico on Saturday.
Tactics worked against Nairo Quintana on Saturday in the Abu Dhabi Tour, but he appears the sharpest of the stars with the Giro in sight.
Vuelta winner Nairo Quintana set to vie for a second Giro d'Italia crown and his first Tour de France title next year.
Marc Soler and Jasha Sütterlin have both re-signed with Team Movistar through the end of 2019.
Former hour record holder Alex Dowsett rides this aerodynamic Canyon Aeroad CF SLX
Movistar extends contract with Valverde for three more years, indicating its faith in the 34-year-old's long-term prospects
Valverde and Quintana lead heavily favored Movistar into the Vuelta in what could be the final chapter in the transition of power
Valverde quieted critics who said he blew a chance to finish on the Tour de France podium with a big win at the Clasica San Sebastian
On the Tour's first Pyrénéan day, Movistar takes control, putting time in to Tejay van Garderen, who was not at his best
This year may be Alejandro Valverde's final opportunity to lead the Spanish team at the Tour de France
Movistar names short list from which it will choose to ride in the first grand tour of the season
Movistar director says the Spanish team is standing by its decision to send Quintana to Italy, even with Sky showing weakness
The Spaniard is racing on the stones this week and we spent a few minutes with the race machine he's testing ahead of the Tour de France
Spanish team takes seven riders, including Nairo Quintana, to Formula One facility near London to hone aero positions
Spanish team sets new mark for wins in the early season with Valverde's third Ruta del Sol victory
Colombian says he would have returned to the Tour, if the decision were in his hands
"It's obvious that our goal must be to try to win one of three grand tours," said team manager Eusebio Unzué
Quintana will ride in a series of races in Spain and Italy before tackling the Giro, in which he will be the team's leader
Nairo Quintana won stage 4 of the Tour de San Luís aboard his new Canyon aero road frame and our tech team details the bike
The Basque rider joined Movistar this week and said he's excited for a new season in a new kit
Careful to avoid burning out its young Colombian star, Movistar will lean on Valverde as Tour leader in 2014
Movistar axes Spanish winner of the Portuguese tour, but he claims he used a banned substance with the approval of his team and the UCI
The Colombian had an electrifying Tour de France debut this year, winning two jerseys and a stage in the mountains
Telefónica, the team's financial backer, is pleased with the squad's results this season
The young Colombian became a national hero with his Tour de France performance
Spanish, British teams set furious pace to distance Contador, securing yellow and white, and opening the GC podium for their riders
The soft-spoken Colombian climber finds himself in a leadership role as the mountains loom and could prove the surprise of the 2013 Tour
Alejandro Valverde lost big time aboard this EPS-equipped Pinarello race machine on Friday after suffering a poorly timed broken wheel
Movistar rider thinks he can ride his way onto the podium in Paris
Squad will also include recent Tour de Suisse winner Rui Costa
Basque rider comes through at the Giro almost two years to the day since his friend, Xavier Tondo, died in his arms
The young hemophiliac proves himself in a grand-tour time trial, taking the biggest win of his career
Spanish outfit releases its nine-man roster for the year's first grand tour
A 10-mile climb on his way home from school every day helped lay Quintana's foundation on the bike
Costa Rican falls less than 40 kilometers from the finish and abandons the race
Spanish team has one of the deepest squads entering the trio of races, starting with Sunday's Amstel Gold Race
The Colombian proves stronger than Porte in a rain-soaked final time trial to take the overall victory
Movistar teammates check out multiple climbs that will be featured early in the Tour
Movistar rider goes down with a teammate on a tricky descent. Both abandon the seven-day race
Movistar's young Colombian climber, and Alejandro Valverde's roommate, is aiming for his Tour debut after a Catalunya stage win
Rui Costa says there's no limit to his potential, saying he's "a complete rider." He'll ride in Paris-Nice starting Sunday
Once a major force across Europe, Spanish cycling is a shadow of its former glorious self in the 1980s and 1990s.
Movistar's Spaniard is no time trialist, but hopes to take advantage in other stages
Bruyneel claims he never spoke with Contador's camp about signing the Spaniard and ending his relationship with the Schlecks
Valverde, Cobo set to lead Spanish squad in July after two-week training camp
Movistar’s young GC hope rides this Giro with the memory of Xavi Tondo, who died in his arms one year ago Wednesday
Andrey Amador stayed out front for over 130 kilometers on Giro's first major climbing day, holds off GC chase group for the win
Dutch and French squads among four wildcards for Tour of Spain
Emotional win for Movistar one year after tragic death of Xavier Tondo
With Uran, Duarte and Quintana, Colombia is again on the rise
Valverde, Cobo lead Spanish squad
Vuelta champ eyes Tour, Vuelta defense
Alejandro Valverde isn't lacking self-confidence as he's poised to return to racing later this month
Alejandro Valverde will be making his comeback in Movistar colors on Wednesday
Juanjo Cobo will return to Movistar next season
Movistar manager Eusebio Unzue has welcomed Alejandro Valverde back to the fold and believes that he can return to his prolific best despite sitting on the sidelines since 2010.
The UCI has scuttled a scheduled presentation of Alejandro Valverde as a new member of Movistar next season.
PENA CABARGA, Spain (VN) — Movistar lost three riders Wednesday as a stomach flu wiped out the team; meanwhile injury derailed Purito Rodrîguez in the final week of the Vuelta a España.
Green-jersey contender José Joaquín Rojas and Ángel Madrazo have each extended with Spanish outfit Movistar.
Three-time Italian champion Giovanni Visconti and German sprint phenomenon John Degenkolb will have new teams for the coming season.
Spanish cyclist Xavier Tondo died in a freak accident on Monday, crushed between his car and a garage door at a ski resort in southern Spain.
BOULDER, Colo. (VN) — Responding to allegations that the Movistar Continental team declined its invitation to attend the Amgen Tour of California because it did not receive financial assistance to travel to the race — something UCI WorldTour teams receive — AEG Sports president Andrew Messick told VeloNews that the event “fulfilled UCI requirements.”
Last year’s Giro d’Italia runner-up David Arroyo will lead his Movistar team for the season’s first grand tour starting Saturday in Torino.
Persistence paid back in spades for Xavier Tondo, who earned his first professional stage-race crown on home roads when he secured overall victory at the Vuelta a Castilla y León in Spain on Sunday.
Xavier Tondo is sleeping at 2,300 meters this week in Spain’s high-altitude training facility in the Sierra Nevada mountains, but he probably wishes he could even be further away from the spotlight after a wild week that saw him “outed” as the source in Spain’s latest doping investigation.
MADRID (VN) — Movistar’s entry into the choppy waters of Spanish cycling made headlines south of the Pyrénées simply due to the size and symbolic significance of what the telecommunications giant brings to the table.
Team Movistar’s official presentation is Tuesday in Madrid, but Franco Pellizotti won’t be signing a late-hour contract with the Spanish team because his ongoing doping case remains unresolved.
Team Movistar will be rolling with Campagnolo's prototype electric drivetrain in 2011. Lennard Zinn takes a look.
For the first time since the team’s early days in the early 1980s, before Reynolds evolved into super-teams under the Banesto, Illes Balears and Caisse d’Epargne banners, Eusebio Unzue won’t have a major GC captain to carry the squad into the grand tours.
The young Italian will join some of his current Cervelo TestTeam mates on the new team