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Romain Bardet: Cases like Froome's can affect the credibility of the sport

AG2R La Mondiale's Romain Bardet has stated that episodes like Chris Froome's adverse analytical finding can affect the credibility of the sport. Read more...


Tony Martin: I now understand that Chris Froome did not get any special treatment

Katusha-Alpecin's Tony Martin has rectified after writing a rant on his Facebook page against the UCI and Chris Froome because of the Team Sky rider's adverse analytical finding. Read more...


Juan Jose Lobato's agent: They want to punish him because he's not Dutch

Juan Jose Lobato's agent says that the rider believes that LottoNL-Jumbo will punish him because he is not from the Netherlands. Read more...


Vincenzo Nibali: You only need a few puffs of Salbutamol to feel good

Vincenco Nibali of Bahrain-Merida does not understand how Chris Froome could have exceeded the Salbutamol limit, saying that only a few puffs are enough to feel better. Read more...


Bernard Hinault: If you need a TUE to race, you shouldn't be riding at all

Reacting to the Chris Froome controversy, five-times Tour de France winner Bernard Hinault believes that Therapeutic Use Exemptions (TUE's) should disappear from cycling. Read more...


Andre Greipel wants to prove himself in 2018

German veteran Andre Greipel hopes to improve from his 2017 season, and singles out Paris-Roubaix as a principal target for the coming campaign. Read more...


Alejandro Valverde to return to action at Mallorca Challenge

Spanish cyclist Alejandro Valverde is set to make his return to the peloton at the Mallorca Challenge in January. Read more...


LottoNL-Jumbo: We almost couldn't wake up Juan Jose Lobato

The three riders of LottoNL-Jumbo who were excluded from the training camp for taking sleep medication could face more serious consequences. Read more...


Adam Yates to the 2018 Tour de France, Simon and Chaves do Giro and Vuelta

Orica-Scott has announced that Adam Yates will return to the 2018 Tour de France while his brother Simon will share leadership with Esteban Chaves in the other grand tours. Read more...


World of cycling still shocked by Chris Froome's adverse analytical finding

The world of cycling continues to react to the news of the adverse analytical finding of Chris Froome during the 2017 Vuelta a España. Read more...


Mikel Landa confirms joint leadership for Tour de France

Mikel Landa has confirmed, during the presentation of the 2018 Movistar Team, that his objective for the new year will be the Tour de France. Read more...


Trek-Segafredo presents new kit

Trek-Segafredo has presented its new racing and training kits. The launch of the kit was also the start of the partnership with Santini Cycling Wear. Read more...


LottoNL-Jumbo expels three riders from training camp

Team LottoNL-Jumbo has expelled three riders from the training camp for disciplinary reasons. Juan José Lobato, Antwan Tolhoek and Pascal Eenkhoorn have been excluded indefinitely. Read more...


Vincenzo Nibali: If Chris Froome's positive is confirmed, it won't give me much joy

Vincenzo Nibali has reacted to the news of the adverse result in Chris Froome's tests during the 2017 Vuelta a España with skepticism. Read more...


Pedro Delgado: Chris Froome will lose the Vuelta a España because of this

Former Tour de France and Vuelta a España champion Pedro Delgado believes that Team Sky's Chris Froome will lose his Vuelta title as result of his Adverse Analytical Finding. Read more...


Salbutamol: A complicated history in cycling

Team Sky's Chris Froome is not the first rider to generate an adverse result for Salbutamol. In this article, we will review some of the past cases and their consequences. Read more...


Experts on Chris Froome: The benefits of using too much Salbutamol are limited

The effect of a higher dosage of Salbutamol is limited for cyclists like Chris Froome, according to some experts. Read more...


Caleb Ewan to make Tour de France debut

Australian sprinter Caleb Ewan is set to make his Tour de France debut in 2018, his team confirmed on Wednesday. Read more...


Chris Froome: I will provide whatever information the UCI requires

Chris Froome has stated that he will fully cooperate with the UCI after an adverse result of a doping control during the 2017 Vuelta a España. Read more...


Chris Froome notified of Adverse Analytical Finding during Vuelta a España

The Union Cycliste Internationale (UCI) has confirmed that Team Sky's Chris Froome was notified of an Adverse Analytical Finding (AAF) of Salbutamol during the Vuelta a España. Read more...


A time trial and two climbs in first four days of Vuelta a España

The first four stages of the 2018 Vuelta a España will all take place in the province of Malaga. The classification is set to be defined from the start. Read more...


Greg Van Avermaet: Winning the WorldTour ranking means a lot

Greg Van Avermaet of BMC Racing Team won the 2017 WorldTour ranking and is very proud to have done so, as he said at the team's media day in Spain. Read more...


Gazzetta: Vincenzo Nibali to skip Giro d'Italia in favour of the Tour de France

Bahrain-Merida's Vincenzo Nibali has chosen to skip the 2018 Giro d'Italia and focus on the Tour de France. Read more...


BMC Racing Team unveils 2018 kit

BMC Racing Team has unveiled its new kit for 2018, ahead of its media day near the town of Denia in Spain. Read more...


Orica-Scott changes to Mitchelton-Scott with fresh kits for 2018

The name of UCI WorldTour team Orica-Scott will change to Mitchelton-Scott at the start of the 2018 season. Read more...


David Lappartient: I am watching the Gianni Moscon affair very carefully

UCI President David Lappartient believes racist remarks of Gianni Moscon against FDJ's Kevin Reza should have meant a punishment straight from the highest governing body. Read more...


Ilnur Zakarin to captain Katusha-Alpecin at 2018 Tour de France

Ilnur Zakarin will be the leader of Katusha-Alpecin for the 2018 Tour de France. The Russian will ride the race for the first time. Read more...


Marcel Kittel finds new motivation at Katusha-Alpecin

Katusha-Alpecin's Marcel Kittel is excited to continue his career at a new team, at which he expects to top his 2017 level. Read more...


Sunweb's Albert Timmer announces retirement

Dutch cyclist Albert Timmer has decided to end his career as a professional after 14 years in the peloton. Read more...


Astana presents kit and squad for 2018

Astana Pro Team has presented its new kit and squad for the 2018 season. The new outfit is slightly more blue and contains some other small adjustments. Read more...


Fernando Gaviria to start 2018 season in South America

Quick-Step Floors' Fernando Gaviria will start his 2018 season in South America. The Colombian will first appear at the Vuelta a San Juan and then in Colombia Oro y Paz. Read more...


Bora-hansgrohe presents 2018 kit with renewed ambitions

Bora-hansgrohe has presented its 2018 kit and the entire roster at an event in Schiltach, Germany. Read more...


Tom Boonen: It's not always easy to find things to say when you win awards

Former rider Tom Boonen understands why it may be getting increasingly difficult for Greg Van Avermaet to come up with things to say during award ceremonies. Read more...


Colombian National Championships change date

The Colombian National Road Championships have been moved to February and will take place in the city of Medellin. Read more...


UCI extends suspension of Patrik Sinkewitz by four years

The UCI has added another four years to the suspension of German cyclist Patrik Sinkewitz, taking the total length to no less than 12 years. Read more...


Quick-Step Floors presents 2018 kit

Quick-Step Floors has presented its new kit for the 2018 season. The design will remain similar with some added notes to make the riders recognisable in the peloton. Read more...


Esteban Chaves to start 2018 season at the Herald Sun Tour

Orica-Scott's Esteban Chaves will start his 2018 season with the Jayco Herald Sun Tour in Australia. Read more...


Miguel Indurain: Mikel Landa needs to focus

Former Tour de France and Giro d'Italia winner Miguel Indurain believes Mikel Landa (Movistar) can achieve great things but first has to work on his focus. Read more...


FDJ to change name to Groupama-FDJ with arrival of new sponsor

French UCI WorldTour team FDJ will be known as Groupama-FDJ from the start of the upcoming season. Read more...


Brian Cookson: Bradley Wiggins and Team Sky's reputation must be 'reinstated'

Former UCI president Brian Cookson has stated that the reputation of Sir Bradley Wiggins and Team Sky should be 'reinstated' after the episode of the mysterious package of 2011. Read more...


AG2R La Mondiale presents 2018 kit

AG2R La Mondiale has presented its 2018 kit. The new design involved the collaboration between the main sponsor, the riders, the team management and the clothing supplier Rosti. Read more...


Team Sky completes 2018 squad with Leonardo Basso

Team Sky has announced the signing of young talent Leonardo Basso. The Italian will turn professional at the British squad. Read more...


Alfaguara climb in Granada likely to make debut in Vuelta a España

The 2018 edition of the Vuelta a España will likely include a maiden ascent of the Alfaguara climb for a mountain top finish in the province of Granada. Read more...


Team Dimension Data surprised by UCI statement on Peter Sagan

Team Dimension Data has reacted with surprise to the joint statement issued by the UCI and Peter Sagan's team Bora-hansgrohe earlier on Tuesday. Read more...


Peter Sagan ends legal dispute about Tour de France disqualification

Bora-hansgrohe and Peter Sagan have agreed to end the legal dispute about the rider's disqualification at the 2017 Tour de France. Read more...


Tom Dumoulin wins Dutch Cyclist of the Year award

Tom Dumoulin has been chosen as best cyclist of the Netherlands for the fourth time in a row. Read more...


Magnus Cort Nielsen breaks collarbone in training accident

Magnus Cort Nielsen has suffered a crash during training. Astana, the new team of the rider, broke the news of this accident on social media. Read more...


At 46, Davide Rebellin lands a new professional contract

Davide Rebellin has landed a new contract at his 46 years of age. The Italian will ride with Natura4Ever-Sovac in the 2018 season. Read more...


Nacer Bouhanni: After the Yorkshire crash, I couldn't see at 100 percent

Nacer Bouhanni affirmed that he has spent most of his 2017 season with vision problems caused by the crash and concussion that he suffered during the Tour de Yorkshire. Read more...


Boels Dolmans secures title sponsorships for two more years

Boels Dolmans has secured its main sponsors for more two years. One of the best women's teams in the world will keep its continuity at least until the end of the Olympic year. Read more...


Israel Cycling Academy announces partnership with four Italians

Israel Cycling Academy has announced a partnership with four Italian companies: De Rosa, Selle Italia, Nalini and FSA Vision. Read more...


Angel Vicioso to retire in a race with Contador, Olano and Rodriguez

Former riders like Alberto Contador, Abraham Olano and Joaquim Rodriguez will take part in the farewell race of Katusha-Alpecin's Angel Vicioso. Read more...


Israel Cycling Academy to ride De Rosa bicycles in 2018

De Rosa has announced that it will be the official bike sponsor of Israel Cycling Academy in 2018. Read more...


Paris-Roubaix: Tony Martin's main 2018 goal

Tony Martin has confirmed that he will lead Katusha-Alpecin at Paris-Roubaix, a race that will also be his season's main goal. Read more...


RCS Sport removes 'West Jerusalem' from Giro d'Italia material

The organisation of the Giro d'Italia has defused a possible disagreement with the Israeli government by insisting that its use of 'West Jerusalem' was not political. Read more...


Israel threatens to cancel agreement with Giro d'Italia

The Israeli government has threatened to cancel the agreement with the RCS to organise the first stages in the country after the presentation of the 2018 route. Read more...


Giro d'Italia presents 2018 route

The route of the 2018 edition of the Giro d'Italia has been unveiled in the Italian city of Milano. The course includes two time trials and many climbs. Read more...


Chris Froome to attempt Giro d'Italia-Tour de France double in 2018

Chris Froome has confirmed his participation in the 2018 Giro d'Italia. The rider has sent a video to the presentation of the race to make the announcement. Read more...


Robert Gesink to return to competition at Tour Down Under

LottoNL-Jumbo's Robert Gesink is set to make his return to competition at the upcoming Tour Down Under. The Dutchman's last race was the Tour de France. Read more...


UCI confirms eight positive doping tests in Vuelta a Colombia

The Union Cycliste Internationale (UCI) has announced that eight riders had a positive result in doping tests taken during the last edition of the Vuelta a Colombia. Read more...


Nairo Quintana to start 2018 at newly created Colombian race

Movistar Team will be lead by Nairo Quintana in the new Colombian 2.1. race 'Colombia Oro y Paz'. Read more...


Manzana Postobon confirms 17 riders for 2018 season

ProContinental team Manzana Postobon has confirmed the 17 riders that will form the squad during the 2018 season. Read more...


Alberto Contador: Chris Froome is capable of winning the Giro and the Tour

Alberto Contador has joined the debate on whether Chris Froome should ride the Giro d'Italia. The Spaniard thinks the Briton has what it takes to face this new challenge. Read more...


Vuelta a San Juan confirms first riders for 2018 edition

The Argentinean Vuelta a San Juan will have the participation of seven WorldTour teams and has confirmed the participation of some of the most prominent riders of the peloton. Read more...


Dumoulin, Contador, Aru and Nibali to attend Giro d'Italia presentation

The 101st edition of the Giro d'Italia will be presented this Wednesday and four riders will make an appearance as special guests. Read more...


Team Sky's new kit takes it back to the 2017 Tour de France

Team Sky has announced its new kit for 2018, showing similarities to the special kit worn during the 2017 Tour de France. Read more...


Giro d'Italia confirms: Monte Zoncolan to feature in stage 14 finish

The Giro d'Italia organisation has confirmed the rumours that the 2018 edition will have an uphill finish at the Monte Zoncolan. Read more...


David de la Cruz: Dave Brailsford is the Steve Jobs of cycling

David de la Cruz had his first meeting with Team Sky. The Spaniard doesn't regret moving to a team that impresses him from every perspective. Read more...


Caja Rural-Seguros RGA meet for the first time ahead of the 2018 season

Spanish team Caja Rural-Seguros RGA has finished its first gathering in Navarra ahead of the 2018 season. Read more...


Eddy Merckx: Chris Froome should ride the Giro d'Italia if he is a champion

Belgian legend Eddy Merckx believes that Chris Froome has to make an appearance in the Giro d'Italia if he wants to confirm his status as a true champion. Read more...


Twan Castelijns finishes his career at 28

Dutch cyclist Twan Castelijns has decided to put an end to his career after he couldn't find a new team for the 2018 season. Read more...


Fabio Aru to skip 2018 Tour de France

Fabio Aru has decided to skip the 2018 Tour de France and has chosen instead to ride the Giro d'Italia and the Vuelta a España before the World Championships. Read more...


Vicenza asks Italian Government to support candidature for 2020 World Championships

The city of Vicenza has asked the government of Italy to support the organisation of the Road World Championships of 2020. Read more...


Laurens De Plus expects to join Quick-Step Floors at winter training camp

Quick-Step Floors' Laurens De Plus has already returned to training on the road and expects to join the team at its the December camp. Read more...


U23 Colombian champion after positive doping test: Nairo Quintana was not aware of this

Under 23 Colombian national champion Robinson Lopez, who tested positive in a doping test during the Vuelta a Colombia, has stated that he thought he was taking vitamins. Read more...


UCI boss David Lappartient wants salary cap for cycling teams

New UCI president David Lappartient is determined to introduce a salary cap for professional road cycling teams. Read more...


Palestinian organisations ask Giro d'Italia to move Big Start out of Israel

More than a hundred civil society groups and personalities have signed a petition for the Giro d'Italia organisation to move the 'Big Start' of the 2018 edition out of Israel. Read more...


Simone Ponzi and Filipo Zaccanti close Nippo-Vini Fantini's 2018 roster

Italian riders Simone Ponzi and Filipo Zaccanti have signed for Nippo-Vini Fantini, closing the roster for the 2018 season. Read more...


Baby-Dump green to be replaced by Alecto blue

The green shirts of Dutch UCI Continental team Baby-Dump are set to disappear from the peloton as electronics company Alecto is to take over the title sponsorship in 2018. Read more...


Positive doping test for Colombian U23 champion

Colombian U23 national champion Robinson Lopez has tested positive for doping in a sample that was taken during the last edition of the Vuelta a Colombia. Read more...


Tense moments for Julien Vermote and Serge Pauwels in flight to Amsterdam

Belgian riders Julien Vermote and Serge Pauwels experienced some tense moments during a flight from Cape Town to Amsterdam after their training camp in South Africa. Read more...


Vincenzo Nibali wins Italian Giglio d'Oro for the sixth time in his career

Vincenzo Nibali of Bahrain-Merida has won the Italian Cyclist of the Year award for the sixth time in his career. Read more...


Quick-Step Floors confirms 27 riders for 2018 season

Quick-Step Floors has confirmed 27 riders for its 2018 season roster. The team will have seven new riders joining ahead of the upcoming year. Read more...


Brayan Chaves signs for Orica-Scott's development team

Brayan Chaves, the younger brother of Esteban, has signed with continental team Mitchelton-Scott for the 2018 season. Read more...


Sebastien Reichenbach to return to competition in March

FDJ's Sebastien Reichenbach has confirmed that he will be back in competition in March of 2018. The Swiss suffered a heavy fall in the Tre Valli Varesine last October. Read more...


Lars Petter Nordhaug and Leigh Howard leave Aqua Blue Sport

Lars Petter Nordhaug and Leigh Howard will leave Aqua Blue Sport for the 2018 season. The two riders will be going different ways from next year. Read more...


Julian Arredondo undergoes surgery to recover leg power

Colombian rider Julian Arredondo has undergone surgery to his piriformis muscle with the objective of regaining the strength that he has lost in his legs. Read more...


Marco Coledan hit by a car in northern Italy

Italy's Marco Coledan has suffered an accident when a car hit the small group of cyclists he was training with in the north of Italy. Read more...


Louis Meintjes prepares to reach Tour de France podium by 2020

Team Dimension Data is backing Louis Meintjes' hopes of finishing on the podium of the Tour de France by 2020. Read more...


Vuelta a San Juan announces teams for 2018 edition

The Vuelta a San Juan has announced the list of teams that will take part in its 36th edition. Read more...


Fabian Cancellara wants to fix row with Phil Gaimon on the bike

Former rider Fabian Cancellara wants to settle the animosity with Phil Gaimon in a battle on a bike. Read more...


Funding of British Cycling at risk if there are new episodes like the Bradley Wiggins' case

British Cycling could be stripped of any public funding if a situation like the one of the Bradley Wiggins package in 2011 would happen again. Read more...


Dimension Data presents 2018 roster and list of goals

Team Dimension Data has announced the 27 riders that will form the squad for the 2018 season. Read more...


Le Parisien: Armee de Terre to disappear from peloton

French continental team Armee de Terre will no longer exist for the 2018 season, newspaper Le Parisien reported on Friday. Read more...


Michael Matthews wins Australian Cyclist of the Year award

Team Sunweb's Michael Matthews has been proclaimed Australian Cyclist of the Year at the Cycling Australia awards in Melbourne. Read more...


Alberto Losada retires from road cycling

Katusha-Alpecin's rider Alberto Losada is retiring from road racing and will face a new challenge in another cycling discipline from 2018. Read more...


Jan Bakelants to be back on the bike soon

Jan Bakelants (AG2R La Mondiale) is already focusing on his rehabilitation in Belgium to recover the core strength after his crash in Il Lombardia. Read more...


Damiano Cunego aims to retire at Giro d'Italia

Former Giro d'Italia champion Damiano Cunego aims to end his career at the 2018 edition of the Italian race, 14 years after his unexpected victory. Read more...


Eddy Merckx takes distance from Tour of Oman

Belgian cycling legend Eddy Merckx has pulled out of the organizing team of the Tour of Oman. The reason for this decision is unclear. Read more...


Bradley Wiggins breaks silence and considers legal actions

Former rider Bradley Wiggins has decided to break his silence about the episode of the suspicious package of Team Sky during the 2011 Criterium du Dauphine. Read more...


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