‘I would say that I saw which teams can be trusted, and in 2020 which teams paid fully the salaries that they promised, versus which teams didn’t,’ says Trek-Segafredo rider.
Pros with experience of groundbreaking tech weigh in on how it could change racing and training forever – and if that's a good thing.
VeloNews Podcast: Jens Voigt on Ineos’ Tour de France disaster; Toms Skujins; Can Pogačar beat Roglič?
Jens Voigt breaks down Egan Bernal's disaster on the Grand Colombier, and traces the roots of Ineos Grenadiers' Tour de France setback. Then, Toms Skujins takes us inside the race, and Andrew Hood and James Startt report from France.
The upcoming climbs of the Tour de France will be strange to see without fans, writes Andrew Hood, but the riders seem to think the fan restrictions won't impact the race. What should we expect from Saturday's stage 15 to Grand Colombier?
What is your weekly training volume? Now double it, add a few more hours and at least 50 watts to every pedal stroke, and that’s what it takes to train like a pro.
Toms Skujins takes confidence from a strong season for both himself and his Trek-Segafredo team, anticipates an 'exciting' 2020 season.
Perhaps no rider benefitted from the Amgen Tour of California more than Toms Skujins, whose stage win in 2015 helped launch his WorldTour career.
What are the ingredients for a successful escape at the Tour of California?
Toms Skujins is back to winning ways in California exactly one year after his frightening crash
Making a breakaway move that seemed impossible, Toms Skujins rides to his third Tour of California win in stage 3 at Laguna Seca.
Rainbow jerseys are on the line at cyclocross worlds. Plus, Trek-Segafredo's best week EVER — we talk to Toms Skujins.
Toms Skujins (Trek-Segafredo) soloed to victory on Saturday at the Trofeo Lloseta-Andratx, the third day of Challenge Mallorca.