“There has to be a spirit of trying new things to move the sport forward,” says outgoing USA Cycling CEO Derek Bouchard-Hall.
Read the full article at Bouchard-Hall exit interview, part 2: Choosing a successor on VeloNews.com.
Days away from retirement, Marangoni remembers his time spent supporting a blossoming young Slovak talent, Peter Sagan.
Read the full article at Alan Marangoni leaves cycling with fond Sagan highlights on VeloNews.com.
Tour de France organizers boasted that the 2019 route was the “highest Tour ever” — does that mean it will be exciting for fans?
Read the full article at Podcast: Tour route analysis; should power meters be banned? on VeloNews.com.
Larry Warbasse takes VeloNews’s call in late October after an overnight flight from Michigan to Nice, France. He was going the wrong
Read the full article at How Warbasse went from ‘No-Go Tour’ to WorldTour in a matter of days on VeloNews.com.
Italian finds confidence and a better programme with Bardiani-CSF
Read the full article at Guardini finds his place one step below the star sprinters on VeloNews.com.
Tour organizers hope to tame team Sky with a course designed to produce, oh happy day, the first French winner since 1985.
Read the full article at Commentary: The Tour route is another effort to cage Team Sky on VeloNews.com.
World champion Valverde says a power meter ban might not change classics, but it could impact the Tour de France.
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HAIKOU, China (VN) — Jakub Mareczko, a recent stage winner in the Tour of Hainan, sees more opportunities ahead with his step up
Read the full article at Rising sprint star Mareczko sees ‘more opportunities with CCC’ on VeloNews.com.
Drapac steps down from role as co-sponsor of Slipstream team to focus on development program that will work closely with EF.
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Although fans and riders have often asked for a women’s stage race, Tour de France organizers stick with one-day format for La Course.
Read the full article at La Course remains one day with circuit race for 2019 on VeloNews.com.
Although he won’t confirm his role as sole leader, Froome says another yellow jersey would be an ideal 10th-anniversary gift for Team Sky.
Read the full article at TDF: Froome won’t say if he or Thomas should lead Sky on VeloNews.com.
After two years with the American EF Education First-Drapac team and a career-best eighth at Roubaix, Phinney renews contract.
Despite the arrival of new sponsor Deceuninck, Patrick Lefevere faces a challenge of keeping talented riders on his powerhouse Belgian team.
Martin, 33, owns four world TT titles, four Tour de France stage wins, and several more victories.
Read the full article at Tony Martin brings German TT engine to LottoNL-Jumbo on VeloNews.com.
Riders increasingly seeking release from season’s pressure of “too much Strava records, too much training, and too much focus on racing”
Read the full article at ‘Final breakaway’ latest chapter in ‘get real’ trend on VeloNews.com.
USA Cycling is on the hunt for a new leader. On Friday cycling’s American governing body revealed that current President and CEO
Team Sky continues to bolster roster with young talents, deepening its Italian ties with the signing of Filippo Ganna.
Read the full article at Sky continues youth push; Prades, Theuns on the move on VeloNews.com.