Paolini and Kuznetsov extend with Katusha
Luca Paolini will not be hanging his wheels up just yet as he has extended his contract with Katusha for another season, according to Tuttobici .
Tinkoff Saxo aim to partner Sagan and Boasson Hagen
With Ivan Basso signed and Michael Rogers extending his contract, Tinkoff-Saxo will turn their attention to bolstering their one-day squad with Edvald Boasson Hagen their next principle transfer target.
Omega Pharma-Quick Step backing Uran at Vuelta a Espana
Omega Pharma-Quick Step has announced its team for the 2014 Vuelta a Espaa which will be led by Rigoberto Uran .
Mon Aug 18, 2014
Rogers extends with Tinkoff-Saxo through 2016
Michael Rogers has signed back on board with Tinkoff-Saxo for an additional two season.
Sun Aug 17, 2014
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Cyclist Tejay Van Garderen on home ground at USA Pro Challenge
ASPEN, COLO. >> Three weeks after finishing fifth in the Tour de France for the second time, Tejay van Garderen returns to racing Monday in the weeklong USA Pro Challenge.
Sat Aug 16, 2014
Ten riders to watch at the USA Pro Challenge
The 2014 USA Pro Challenge fires up Monday in Colorado with a circuit race around Aspen and nearby Snowmass Village.
Boonen aims for second Worlds title
The Omega Pharma-QuickStep rider won the title in 2005 in Madrid. "I will have to be super but it's not impossible," he told Het Letste Nieuws."
Fri Aug 15, 2014
Stybar recovering after Eneco Tour crash
Zdenek Stybar should be allowed to leave hospital this weekend, according to his team manager Patrick Lefevere.
Stopping progress? Pro cyclists weigh in on the disc-brake debate
Tom Boonen : I've never used [discs] before, except on a mountain bike. I'd love to try it in training, and in a race.
Meersman ready to fight at Tour de l'Ain
Gianni Meersman is ready to fight for his leader's jersey on the penultimate stage of the Tour de l'Ain.
Thu Aug 14, 2014
Betancur undecided about future
Carlos Betancur says that he is still undecided about his future after it was announced earlier this month that he had reached an agreement to end his contract with AG2R-La Mondiale .
Alaphilippe continues upward trajectory at Tour de l'Ain
When Dave Brailsford spoke a couple of days before the start of the Tour de France about his desire to win the race with a French rider , he said he'd been impressed by several very familiar names including Thibaut Pinot and Romain Bardet.
Wed Aug 13, 2014
Transfers: Caruso, Vermote extend for two years
The Katusha team announced today that it has extended the contract with Italian rider Giampaolo Caruso through the 2016 season, while Omega Pharma-Quickstep made a similar deal with Belgian Julien Vermote .
Van Garderen, Danielson, Rogers, Majka headline Pro Challenge GC contenders
Tejay van Garderen won the 2013 USA Pro Challenge, and he's looking to repeat at this year's race.
Tue Aug 12, 2014
ENECO Tour: Is It Getting Hot In Here?
Today Omega Pharma-Quick Step's Zdenek Stybar nabbed a brutal sprint over Belkinnen Lars Boom and Sep Vanmarcke, launched from some sort of ridiculous distance as a counterattack to Boom accelerating.
Cavendish, Uran and Bardet star at the Tour de l'Ain
The Tour de l'Ain is set to attract more attention than usual when the 26th edition of the five-day stage race kicks off with a 4.6km prologue time trial in the Jura town of St Amour on Tuesday evening.
Mon Aug 11, 2014
Boonen begins Worlds build-up at Eneco Tour
Tom Boonen begins his build-up to the world championships road race when he returns to competitive action at the Eneco Tour on Monday.
Fri Aug 08, 2014
Sagan's Tinkoff-Saxo transfer was over a year in the making
Finally, Oleg Tinkov has his man. Following a courtship that has lasted off and on for over a year, Peter Sagan was confirmed as a Tinkoff-Saxo rider on Friday morning , having put pen to paper on a three-year deal with the squad.
Thu Aug 07, 2014
Velo List: The top 10 sprinters of all time
Mercurial. Temperamental. Fast. Above all, fast. Sprinters. They're the men who ride for the chaotic and desperate finishes, with speeding leadout trains, 90-degree turns near the finish, jostling and head butting.
Mark Cavendish will miss RideLondon-Surrey Classic
Cyclist Mark Cavendish has spoken about his disappointment at having to miss this Sunday's RideLondon-Surrey Classic through injury.