After only two years of racing, Israel's non-profit pro team, the Cycling Academy Team, is ready to move up to the Pro Continental level
The post First Israeli pro cycling team will step up to Pro Continental appeared first on VeloNews.com.
Adrien Costa, an 18-year-old American, emerges as a top cyclist and has a chance to prove himself with Belgian Etixx – Quick-Step team.
The post Costa, 18, gets opportunity with Etixx – Quick-Step appeared first on VeloNews.com.
Alberto Contador returns to competition at Clásica San Sebastián, three weeks after crashing out of the Tour de France.
The post Contador to springboard into Vuelta with San Sebastián appeared first on VeloNews.com.
UCI reforms hit roadblock as the AIGCP teams group announces its disagreement with expanded WorldTour schedule, required participation.
The post Teams organization at odds with UCI over WorldTour reforms appeared first on VeloNews.com.
Peter Sagan has won the last five green jerseys at the Tour, and one sport director thinks that will continue under the current rules.
The post Aldag: Tour’s points system tilts toward Sagan appeared first on VeloNews.com.
Pete Stetina crashed in the 2015 Tour of the Basque Country, breaking multiple bones in his leg and ribs. a little over a year later, he's
The post Stetina completes big milestone after traumatic knee injury appeared first on VeloNews.com.
Chris Froome is slated to race the Spanish grand tour after the Olympics, and insiders say his chances are good.
The post Experts: Froome has better chance in Vuelta than Giro appeared first on VeloNews.com.
The UCI has a strange entanglement with post-Tour criteriums — spectator-friendly "races" that have more in common with pro wrestling.
The post Post-Tour crits: The pro wrestling of cycling appeared first on VeloNews.com.
Team Illuminate became the first American team to race in Iran. The trip was different than any other racing trip they'd taken.
The post Racing in unusual places: Illuminate goes to Iran appeared first on VeloNews.com.
Chris Froome is eyeing the Tour-Vuelta double, which gets more difficult with the Olympics sandwiched in between.
The post Yellow jersey, gold medal, red jersey — is it possible? appeared first on VeloNews.com.