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'The level at the Giro d’Italia is very high and there are a lot of good riders but it’s important for him to see what his level is and if he’s improved,' says UAE Team Emirates boss.
'A career never goes in just one way and everyone has setbacks,' says Ineos Grenadiers rider.
Four-time Tour winner adds Vuelta a España to his potential summer schedule.
‘Now we can see he’s capable of a regular level, so he’s slowly returning to his top shape, step by step,’ says Groupama FDJ director.
Jumbo-Visma is getting the best out of a happy, committed and determined Rohan Dennis.
A little creative filing to bridge the gap between integrated and non-integrated components.
'Neilson has shown in the few Tours that he’s done that once he gets out in front he has a lot to give,' says sport director Charly Wegelius.
'I understand that I’m a very strong rider and that my next big goal is the Tour de France,' says Bora-Hansgrohe rider after huge Swiss win.
'He just didn’t have the power, he gave everything that he had. This was what was in the body today,' says team director.
Vlasov crushes mountain test and crushes Rohan Dennis' GC hopes to score his second stage-race victory of the season.
'In 2018 I bombed out of Romandie pretty hard but the rest of that year went alright,' Ineos rider says of his own form.
German team’s miscommunication in summit finish sprint costs it valuable seconds in the overall standings.
'In my head today I thought that I’d either be there or be 20 minutes back. We’ll just see what happens tomorrow,' says Australian.
Jumbo-Visma rider on the cusp of his biggest ever stage racing win after fending off attacks in key climbing stage.
'There are so many variables you can bring in but personally I’d always go with the decision making of the scientists,' Froome tells VeloNews.
Rohan Dennis rides resilient through Romandie 'queen stage' to finish just behind the front group and extend GC lead ahead of final stage TT.
‘I’m confident that I’ll have a job next year and the most important thing is that I prove to myself that I can get back,’ says former Liège-Bastogne-Liège winner.
American ace abandons ahead of 'queen stage' of Romandie after riding into top-10 through start of the week.
The New Zealander has won all but one of his team's victories so far in 2022.
‘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.
Rohan Dennis finished third on the stage and held onto the race leader's jersey for another day.
Aggressively rotated levers for the aggressively riding Spaniard.
British rider bounces back after mistake and crash on stage 1 to take his second WorldTour win in three days.
‘He’s talking himself down a bit but I think he’s just trying to take a bit of the pressure off. I think he’ll climb really well,’ Welshman says of Rohan Dennis.
Rohan Dennis rolled safely through first full day in the race leader's jersey, with a 14-second lead.
American set to make a bike change in the final time trial of Tour de Romandie in hopes of building GC bid.
Australian targets Tour de Romandie podium as he continues to build an impressive body of work.
'There’s perspective nowadays and whatever comes along he’ll deal with it,' writes York as Pinot builds towards the Tour de France in Romandie.
EF Education EasyPost down to just four riders.
Australian takes lead in Tour de Romandie with second on first uphill finish as he builds for optimum condition at the Tour de France.
‘I had some really good legs today, so I’m confident with that,’ says American rider.
In the world of marginal gains, less aero drag means more speed.
Ethan Hayter crashes in his first full day in the race leader's jersey with 14km remaining.
‘I don’t have to be the leader number one but in races that suit me I want to get my chances,’ says Belgian rider.
'I think this is one of the best groups we’ve had in many years. There’s a good blend, Jonathan Vaughters made some good signings, but we’ve just had some bad luck,' Wegelius says.
Jumbo-Visma confirms interest in Paris-Roubaix winner and provides an update on Primož Roglič.
A perusal of the gear and the warm-up methodologies in Lausanne.
Technology long used on Prologo saddles and recently launched on gloves shows up on EF Education-EasyPost's TT bars.
American finishes in the top 20 and looks to recover further as the race heads towards the mountains.
‘I hope to do my first grand tour this year but I don’t know which one it will be yet’ says Ineos's Romandie leader.
Ineos Grenadier bests teammate and defending champion Geraint Thomas by a handful of seconds.
British rider checks out the cobbled stage of the Tour de France alongside teammate Michał Kwiatkowski.
‘We have the underdog role there but it means that we can gamble a bit and see how things are after the first rest day,’ says Zeeman
Welshman talks why there are more crashes, the mentality of younger pros, and Tour de France leadership.
US rider at Ag2r-Citroën to miss planned start at Swiss stage race after painful injury.
Chris Froome to ride ‘The Migration’ MTB event, says ‘this is first time since Dauphiné crash everything is 100 percent’
'At the moment the Tour de France is a blank piece of paper. So much will depend on what happens in the next couple of months,' says four-time winner.
The power numbers of Mike Woods, Sepp Kuss, Sonny Colbrelli, and more at the 2021 Tour de Romandie.
Poor weather at Tour de Romandie leaves Chris Froome with heavy cough as he enters final build to Tour de France.
Welshman takes first GC victory since 2018 Tour de France, Richie Porte places second overall.
Welshman crashes after losing grip on handlebars while contesting final sprint of rainsoaked stage.
Geraint Thomas slips and crashes in final 50 meters while sprinting against Woods, finishes third on the stage.
Rohan Dennis crashes on slippy roads during a wet stage 3 as Marc Soler attacks to win stage and move into the race lead.
Here's the news making headlines for Friday, April 30.
Despite hilly profile and strong breakaway, no major shakeups at the Tour de Romandie.
With a stage win his pocket, Peter Sagan will carry momentum and top form into the Giro d'Italia.
Rohan Dennis maintains his position at the top of the overall standings as Peter Sagan takes comfortable stage win.
Kuss and Sagan both clock top rides in countdown toward big ambitions at Giro d'Italia, Tour de France.
Chris Froome loses nearly 1 minute in 4km course as former teammates dominate opening day.
Michael Woods, Patrick Bevin bring top motors for Israel Start-Up Nation at the Tour de Romandie.
Nairo Quintana, Chris Froome, Ruth Winder and Coyrn Rivera racing across a busy week in Spain, Switzerland and the Netherlands.
With a bold, outspoken attitude and a run of top results in his neo-pro year, the 21-year-old Brit is bigger than his altercation with Nacer Bouhanni.
Here's what's making headlines on Wednesday, March 3.
Defending champion takes third stage victory of the race, and third stage race win of the season.
Roglic wins reduced bunch sprint atop of stage's rain-soaked summit finish, extending his overall lead with just one stage remaining.
Stefan Kung saw stage 2 as a potential day for a breakaway victory, due to the day's hilly profile
Defending champion Primoz Roglic (Jumbo-Visma) takes the lead at the Tour de Romandie
Fast-rising Primoz Roglic has now won the Vuelta al País Vasco and the Tour de Romandie — how high can he fly?
Pascal Ackermann took the biggest race of his budding career by sprinting to victory ahead of Quick Step's Michael Morkov on the final stage at the Tour de Romandie.
Jakob Fuglsang outfoxed a select lead group to win the queen stage at Romandie in impressive solo fashion.
Egan Bernal bests Primoz Roglic and Richie Porte to nab his first career WorldTour victory
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Thomas De Gendt capped off an all-day breakaway with a solo victory in stage 2 of Tour de Romandie Thursday.
Omar Fraile wins tough sprint finish in stage 1 at Tour de Romandie, while Primoz Roglic takes overall lead.
Richie Porte's second place finish behind winner Primož Roglič in TT finale at Tour de Romandie claims the race for the 32-year-old Aussie. used his superior time trialling skills to leapfrogged stage 4 winner and overall leader Simon Yates (Orica-Scott) to become the first Australian to win Tour de Romandie since Cadel Evans last did so in 2011 – the same year the now-retired BMC rider won the Tour de France.