Porte powers to impressive fourth at Tirreno-Adriatico: 'Right now, Pogačar is a level above.'
Quick-Step Alpha Vinyl boss urges patience and expectation management when picking apart Remco Evenepoel's performance at Tirreno-Adriatico.
From ‘Top Ganna’ to Americans rising, last week's ‘Race of the Two Seas’ packed more storylines than another Pogačar exhibition.
Could Pogačar uncork a long-distance attack to fend off the sprinters? It could happen.
Slovenian star sets the tone early in 2022 with three straight victories and now turns toward the spring classics.
Climbing legs at Tirreno-Adriatico confirm Quinn Simmons is on track for upcoming northern classics campaign.
Tirreno-Adriatico: Tadej Pogačar secures trident trophy as Phil Bauhaus sprints to final-stage victory
Pogačar completes sweep of victories at every race he started in 2022 after also winning UAE Tour and Strade Bianche.
Basque climber looks poised to finish on final podium at Tirreno-Adriatico after hanging close behind Pogačar's acceleration.
Evenepoel not sugar-coating Carpegna capitulation after becoming one of main threats to Pogačar's Tirreno tyranny: 'I needed 30 or 40 watts more.'
Two-time Tour de France winner says a few extra grams of weight tilted him in favor of racing on rim brakes for Saturday's decisive battle at Tirreno-Adriatico.
Barely a week after blazing to victory at Strade Bianche, Pogačar powers away from peloton in a way that evokes the Italian climber.
Tadej Pogacar: 'I was pretty happy to be alone on the descent.'
Slovenian megastar takes control in Italy with huge solo win, extending GC lead to nearly two minutes ahead of final sprint stage Sunday.
Will Peter Sagan be ready in time for the northern classics? Officials confirm he will race next week in Italy to chase form and results.
Belgian star on mission to follow Tour de France toppers on 'Pantani climb' at Tirreno-Adriatico.
Pogačar says miscue cost them a chance to contest for stage, but he retains leader's jersey going into Saturday's ‘Pantani’ climb finale.
Belgian star leads top attackers off-course in miscue that didn't shake up GC but might have cost them a chance to win the stage.
Tadej Pogačar rolls on in blue leader's jersey despite course routing mishap in final kilometers.
French star tiptoeing back into the limelight with hopes of hitting peak form later this summer.
Enric Mas shoulders burden as center of Movistar's future after controversial exit of López, approaching retirement of Valverde.
‘The Race of Two Seas’ runs March 7-13 and can be viewed through a web browser or mobile streaming app.
Long-distance breakaway lands Quinn Simmons into climber's jersey and puts him in spotlight heading into classics season.
Brandon McNulty powers to his first WorldTour win in what's another confirmation that UAE Emirates is now among the powerhouse teams.
Tadej Pogačar on Belgian rival in uphill faceoff: ‘Sometimes he tried too hard.’
Defending champion Pogačar assumes race lead ahead of Remco Evenepoel. American Quinn Simmons leads the climbing competition.
Lotto-Soudal star pulls out of Tirreno-Adriatico to prepare for Milan-San Remo after sprinting to his first career win Wednesday at the Italian stage race.
Colorado climber confirms he will race Tour de Suisse for first time as he plots a late-race raid at Tirreno-Adriatico.
Belgian rider clocked driving at 125kph in a 70kph zone.
Tadej Pogačar vs. Remco Evenepoel duel heats up at Tirreno-Adriatico.
No change to general classification with Filippo Ganna continuing to lead the ‘Race of Two Seas’
Pogačar darts away from Remco Evenepoel to snatch back bonuses: 'If you have a chance, you take it.'
Former world champion was vomiting inside the team bus on the way to the start of stage 3.
'I cannot watch the news anymore, because it really hurts me to see what is happening there,' said Trek-Segafredo sports director
Peter Sagan hits his best result since September and his first top-5 since joining TotalEnergies. Will it be enough to shine in the classics?
The Australian sprinter is intent on finally being first across the line down the Via Roma, and that means he won't be taking any chances this week.
Filippo Ganna retained the overall lead, with no change to the general classification in the top eight.
No schedule changes despite crash involving Egan Bernal as Tasmanian star builds toward farewell grand tour at Giro d'Italia.
A late-race puncture proved costly to the Basque climber at Strade Bianche, and he's hoping his luck turns this week at Tirreno-Adriatico.
Danish sensation faces-off against Pogačar at Tirreno-Adriatico ahead of top role at Tour: 'If you want to be the best you have to beat the best.'
Top names likes Richard Carapaz and Jonas Vingegaard lose a half minute and more in opening time trial to top GC favorites.
Remco Evenepoel shows good form for second while defending champ Tadej Pogačar finished in third.
Despite being involved in one of cycling's most spectacular crashes just 48 hours before, the two-time world champion finished the opening time trial.
Three-time U23 world time trial champion keen on punching return ticket to Tour de France to help Pogačar aim for a third straight yellow jersey.
Merckx believes that Pogačar could take Tour of Flanders victory on his first try.
The 'Race to the Sun' and the 'Race of the Two Seas' are among cycling's most prestigious races and are deservedly back in the spotlight this week.
Sagan launches masterclass at sidestepping significant questions ahead of form-chasing week in Italy.
Tirreno-Adriatico: Filippo Ganna – ‘It’s difficult to think I can follow Tadej Pogačar on the climbs’
Burly Italian plays down GC chances despite clinging on to top climbers in Provence and the UAE last month.
The world champion confirms he will race Tirreno-Adriatico on Monday despite a heavy fall in high-speed impact.
Two of the peloton's brightest young stars finally square off at Tirreno-Adriatico in highly anticipated duel.
Who will you be watching at the 2022 Tirreno-Adriatico? Here's who we think will make waves next week – and no, Tadej Pogačar isn't one of them.
Quick Guide: What you need to know ahead of a week of Italian racing that welcomes Pogačar, Carapaz, Sagan, Thomas, Kuss and more.
No new race on the international calendar in the past 20 years has had as much immediate impact as Strade Bianche. The Italian classic is now in a class of its own.
Italian will miss both Strade Bianche and Tirreno-Adriatico.
Belgian will target time trial success in Italy but has all the makings of a GC favorite.
For the first time in over a decade, the final time trial has been axed in favor of a sprint stage.
On this week's podcast we discuss the dramatic action we saw at Paris-Nice and Tirreno-Adriatico.
Despite promises of improved safety measures from officials, Tirreno-Adriatico saw another dangerous crash this week involving WorldTour rookie Simon Carr.
Van Aert confident in his chances against archrival Mathieu van der Poel for opening monument of the season.
Pogačar has won 50 percent of the stage races he's started since turning professional in 2019.
Tadej Pogačar seals overall win of the ‘Race of Two Seas’ with a fourth-place finish on the final stage.
Cherie Pridham, the first female sport director in the men's WorldTour, was psyched after her first win as a DS on Monday.
Tirreno-Adriatico stage 6: Mads Würtz Schmidt wins from an all-day break, Tadej Pogačar maintains overall lead
Wout van Aert denied additional points but maintains the lead in the sprinter's competition going into the final stage.
We pick over the action from what could have been the most dramatic week of racing of the year, including Tirreno-Adriatico and Healthy Ageing Tour.
Van Aert is over one minute back on Tadej Pogačar but has ticked one more box in growing list of ambitions.
Tadej Pogačar attacks van Aert with 17 kilometers remaining to extend GC lead.
Here's what van Aert, Pogačar, Egan Bernal, Geraint Thomas and Simon Yates said after Saturday's mountaintop finish.
Pogačar attacked at 5km to go to distance his GC rivals and push Wout van Aert out of the leader's jersey.
Van der Poel, van Aert and Julian Alaphilippe all have one stage victory at Tirreno-Adriatico in fight for early bragging rights.
Mathieu van der Poel sprinted past Wout van Aert to win stage 3 of Tirreno-Adriatico to net his third road victory of 2021.
Julian Alaphilippe, Wout van Aert, Tadej Pogačar and Greg Van Avermaet shed light on the thrilling stage 2 finale at Tirreno-Adriatico.
The world champion reverses Strade Bianche's finishing order and wins for the first time in 2021.
Pridham started her trailblazing tenure as director in the men's WorldTour this week, but she sees nothing unusual about it: 'I want to be judged as a DS. Not a female one.'
Wout van Aert held off Caleb Ewan and Fernando Gaviria to win the opening stage of Tirreno-Adriatico.
VN news ticker: Trek-Segafredo and Team BikeExchange to race Maryland Cycling Classic, Jolien d’Hoore wins opening stage at Healthy Ageing Tour
Here's what's making headlines on Wednesday, March 10.