The racing on and off-road has been coming thick and fast in the U.S. and in Europe. Listen to what matters now.
'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.