The Outer Line examines the news that Bjarne Riis will take a director role with NTT Pro Cycling for 2020.
Reports indicate that Bjarne Riis is trying to buy back his team from Oleg Tinkov after parting ways with the organization earlier in 2015.
Another rider is out of the Vuelta after an avoidable crash caused by a race moto, and now the UCI says it will investigate.
Hannah Grant, once a chef at the world's best restaurants, is in charge of feeding the Tinkoff team during the Tour — no easy task.
Tinkoff-Saxo is sticking to its plan to protect Contador at the expense of Sagan's quest for a fourth green jersey, for now, at least
With Alberto Contador aiming to win the Tour overall, Tinkoff's team is focused on GC, possibly at the expense of Sagan's stage wins
The Russian millionaire says he won't do "crazy things" this season by signing riders for big money
Oleg Tinkov says Contador's Tour de France rivals are "afraid" of him, that it's unfair for Nibali, Froome to skip Giro
Astana and Katusha say they didn't know Alberto Contador flatted leading into a decisive climb in Tuesday's stage 16
Tinkoff-Saxo doctor Piet de Moor says Alberto Contador gets nothing more potent than Ibuprofen and therapeutic tape to treat his shoulder
Alberto Contador might not be in the race lead at the moment, but his team has already spent plenty of time at the front of the peloton
The squad announces the supporting cast that it hopes will pull Contador to the maglia rosa
Roman Kreuziger will face the CAS on June 10, but until then is free to ride as one of Tinkoff-Saxo's protected riders
Contador will face Giro-Tour double without the support of Riis, who Tinkoff team owner characterized as out of touch with modern cycling
Will Tinkoff-Saxo get its money's worth out of Peter Sagan this spring? He hopes to open his account in Tirreno this week
Can Contador's GC ambitions coexist with Sagan's aims to return to his winning ways at next week's Italian stage race?
The Russian billionaire says Russia's struggling economy is not yet affecting his company or his cycling team
FSA will be the drivetrain sponsor for Etixx-Quick-Step and Tinkoff-Saxo in 2015. It hopes to finish electronic parts in time for the Tour
Katusha officials confirm that the 2015 team budget is 'guaranteed,' but team owner Makarov suggests changes could be coming in 2016
Comments from Oleg Tinkov during a TV interview have raised the possibility that unrest in the Crimea and the shrinking ruble could threaten his team
Tinkoff-Saxo rider Roman Kreuziger has taken to the internet to declare his innocence and publish several documents from his case
After a five-day trek, Alberto Contador and Tinkoff-Saxo summit the highest peak in Africa
Nearly 80 Tinkoff-Saxo riders and staff members will attempt to summit Mount Kilimanjaro in Africa as part of a team-building camp
Bobby Julich and Sean Yates are expected to bolster Tinkoff-Saxo's DS lineup. Longtime directors Mauduit and Guidi are out in shakeup
Tinkoff-Saxo issued a statement detailing its "Three Grand Tours" proposal, which would pit top GC riders against one another for a €1 million prize
Tinkoff-Saxo shows their confidence, splitting the peloton in crosswinds, and Degenkolb prevails again in the sprint
Officials have not released start lists for the Pro Challenge, however a few facts are known about who is coming
With GC hopeful Alberto Contador out of the Tour, Tinkoff-Saxo regroups and unwinds on a much-appreciated rest day
Teams are scrambling to pull together deals to secure their futures, with a possible link between the Garmin and Cannondale teams
Suspended Saxo-Tinkoff rider doesn't know how long pending doping inquiry will last, remains optimistic
After his worst pro season since his rookie year in 2003, a humiliated Contador went back to the drawing board
Tinkoff-Saxo says the UCI is likely to launch a doping inquiry following what it calls irregularities in Kreuziger's biological passport