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Richard Carapaz: We are angry at ourselves for everything that happened

Ecuador riders Richard Carapaz, Jonathan Narvaez and Jonathan Caicedo have presented their apologies for the behaviour that resulted in their expulsion from the Bolivarian Games. Read more...


Team Sky pleased with result of UK Anti-Doping investigation

British WorldTour formation Team Sky says that it is pleased with the announcement of UK Anti-Doping that its investigation into the 2011 Dauphine won't have consequences. Read more...


UCI's president David Lappartient: Former dopers should stay away from cycling

As part of his anti-doping fight, UCI's president David Lappartient has stated that any riders that have used performance enhancers should stay away from the sport. Read more...


Danilo Napolitano retires from professional cycling

Italian Danilo Napolitano has officially announced his retirement. As such, the 36-year-old ends his career after 14 seasons in the professional peloton. Read more...


Romain Bardet to ride Strade Bianche for the first time

AG2R La Mondiale's Roman Bardet has announced that he will ride the Strade Bianche for the first time in 2018. Read more...


Phil Gaimon claims book extract about Fabian Cancellara was taken out of context

Former rider Phil Gaimon believes that the comments about Fabian Cancellara's mechanical doping in his book have been "pulled out of context". Read more...


Philippe Gilbert: I dream of winning Milano-Sanremo and Paris-Roubaix

Quick-Step Floors' Philippe Gilbert has his eye on another couple of wins before retiring from the sport and that will be his main goal for the 2018 season. Read more...


Future of French team Armee de Terre uncertain

French Continental team Armee de Terre may not be able to compete next season as it has failed provided the required domestic paperwork on time. Read more...


Fabian Cancellara demands book recall and Phil Gaimon's apology

Fabian Cancellara wants the recall of Phil Gaimon's autobiography and a public apology for the claims made by the American about his use of mechanical doping. Read more...


CAS sets a date for hearing on Peter Sagan's Tour de France expulsion case

The Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) will hold a hearing on the disqualification of Peter Sagan (Bora-hansgrohe) from the Tour de France. Read more...


Caja Rural-Seguros RGA closes 2018 roster with Mauricio Moreira

Caja Rural-Seguros RGA has confirmed the signing of Uruguayan rider Mauricio Moreira. With this addition, the Spanish team completes its roster for the 2018 season. Read more...


Richard Carapaz thrown out of Bolivarian Games after being caught drunk

Movistar's Richard Carapaz has been taken out of the Ecuadorian Cycling Team after being found drunk during the Bolivarian Games. Read more...


Caleb Ewan to start 2018 season in Australia

Orica-Scott's Caleb Ewan will start his season in Australia to defend his title as the National Criterium Champion. Read more...


Gianni Moscon breaks wrist bone in gym accident

Team Sky's Gianni Moscon has suffered a fracture of the wrist during a training session in the gym. The rider will be off the bike for around four weeks. Read more...


Luke Rowe gets back on bike

Team Sky rider Luke Rowe is back on the bike three months after suffering a double leg fracture. Read more...


Ex-rider Jean-Christophe Peraud joins UCI's Fight against technological fraud

Former rider Jean-Christophe Peraud has joined the UCI as the Manager of Equipment and the Fight against technological fraud. Read more...


Andrea Pasqualon extends with Wanty-Groupe Gobert

Italian rider Andrea Pasqualon has signed a two-year renewal with his current team Wanty-Groupe Gobert. Read more...


Eusebio Unzue about Tour de France cobbles stage: We have to pray to the gods

Movistar Team boss Eusebio Unzue believes that the 2018 Tour de France will start not once but twice, as result of the much feared cobbled stage near Roubaix. Read more...


UCI to investigate Phil Gaimon's claims of Fabian Cancellara using mechanical doping

UCI President David Lappartient has confirmed that the world governing body is launching an investigation into allegations concerning Fabian Cancellara. Read more...


Wang Xin banned for two years after Tour of Hainan incident

Chinese rider Wang Xin has been banned for two years from professional cycling after the incidents of the Tour of Hainan. Read more...


Orica-Scott confirms 25-men squad for 2018 season

Orica-Scott has confirmed the 25 riders that will form the squad for the 2018 season. The team welcomes five new riders, while six went to other squads. Read more...


Phil Gaimon revives Fabian Cancellara's motor doping allegations

Former rider Phil Gaimon has launched a new book in which he accuses Fabian Cancellara of using motor doping throughout his career. Read more...


Mount Fuji may feature in 2020 Olympic Road Race

The iconic Mount Fuji may form the scene of the 2020 Olympic Road Race in Japan, according to the Japan Times. Read more...


Victor Campenaerts aims to shine in stage races

Belgian cyclist Victor Campenaerts aims to broaden his horizon and not just focus on winning time trials, which is currently his favorite discipline. Read more...


Carlos Betancur: I don't just want to be another one of the bunch

Colombian rider Carlos Betancur has big plans for the upcoming season, and refuses to be anonymous in the peloton in the remaining years of his career. Read more...


Chris Froome could attempt Three Grand Tours in a row challenge

Chris Froome (Team Sky) is considering to try a Giro-Tour double for the 2018 season. Read more...


Chinese Cycling Association to investigate Wang Xin violence at Tour of Hainan

Rider Wang Xin of the Keyi Look team could face stronger sanctions from the Chinese Cycling Association after his violent attack on the Swiss team during the Tour of Hainan. Read more...


Young promise Bjarne Vanacker found dead in his house

Cycling promise Bjarne Vanacker has been found dead in his house. The rider was part of the EFC-L&R-Vuylsteke formation, Trek-Segafredo's development team. Read more...


Alberto Contador: I don't regret this farewell

Just days after his last day as a professional cyclist, Alberto Contador (Trek-Segafredo) said that it was a good time to leave racing. Read more...


Chris Froome: The points of the UCI ranking are not evenly divided

After finishing second in the 2017 WorldTour Individual ranking, Chris Froome has stated that he thinks one-day riders have a clear advantage over the rest of the riders. Read more...


Mark Cavendish: I'd like to break Eddy Merckx' record at the Tour de France

After taking the victory at the Saitama Criterium, Mark Cavendish (Dimension Data) discussed plans and ideas with the media. Read more...


Chris Froome rules out 2018 Paris-Roubaix

Chris Froome (Team Sky) is not going to ride the 2018 Paris-Roubaix. The rider had considered the possibility of taking part as a way of doing reconnaissance ahead of the Tour. Read more...


Burgos BH turns ProContinental in 2018

The UCI has confirmed that Burgos BH will become ProContinental in 2018. The Spanish team will be the third team in the country in this category. Read more...


Mark Cavendish wins the Saitama Criterium

Mark Cavendish (Dimension Data) has won the 2017 Saitama Criterium. The British rider took this victory for the first time in his career. Read more...


EF Education First-Drapac presents bold new kit

Slipstream Sports has unveiled the kit for the 2017 season. Read more...


Alejandro Valverde: The Tour can be more fun with the three of us

Alejandro Valverde is set to be completely recovered by the start of 2018 and already has big plans for the season. Read more...


Nairo Quintana: Mikel Landa is not a rival, he's a teammate

During the concentration of Movistar in Spain, Nairo Quintana took some time to talk to the media about the 2018 season and his relationship with Mikel Landa. Read more...


Trek-Segafredo teams up with Santini Cycling Wear

Trek-Segafredo has announced that Santini Cycling Wear will be the team's technical clothing partner for 2017. Read more...


Mikel Landa: Eventually, I will have that battle against Chris Froome

Mikel Landa is currently on a training camp with Movistar Team in Spain and discussed his plans for the coming season. Read more...


Wout Van Aert hopes for a Wildcard for Paris-Roubaix

Twice Cyclocross World Champion Wout Van Aert would ride the upcoming edition of Paris-Roubaix if his team gets a Wildcard. Read more...


Dayer Quintana and Gloria Rodriguez close Movistar's signings for 2018

Movistar team has confirmed Dayer Quintana and Gloria Rodriguez as the last signings for the 2018 season. Read more...


Jesus Herrada on move to Cofidis: I chose this path to improve

With his move to Cofidis, Spanish rider Jesus Herrada expects to have a more important role in a team and assume new challenges. Read more...


Paolo Tiralongo retires and joins staff at UAE Team Emirates

Italian Paolo Tiralongo will retire as a cyclist and take on the role of assistant sports director for UAE Team Emirates from the start of the 2018 season. Read more...


Jakub Mareczko makes it four in a row at Tour of Hainan

Italian cyclist Jakub Mareczko has won his fourth stage in a row in the Chinese Tour of Hainan, and as such remains at the top of the overall standings. Read more...


Fortuneo-Oscaro signs Michael Carbel

Danish rider Michael Carbel is set to move to Fortuneo-Oscaro for the 2018 season. The rider takes a step up to the professional level from team Virtu Cycling. Read more...


Swedish champion Kim Magnusson joins Slipstream Sports

Slipstream Sports has signed Swedish national road champion Kim Magnusson. The rider takes a step up to the WorldTour from Team Tre Breg-Postnord. Read more...


Mark Padun lands first professional contract with Bahrain-Merida

Bahrain-Merida has signed neo-pro Mark Padun. The Ukrainian takes a step from the squad's development team and lands his first professional contract. Read more...


UCI president David Lappartient wants further reductions in the peloton

The president of the UCI David Lappartient has revealed his intentions of reducing even further the size of the peloton in Grand Tours. Read more...


Astana to take legal actions against Fabio Aru

Astana is considering to sue Fabio Aru for leaving for UAE Team Emirates. The Italian rider signed a three-year contract with the Middle Eastern squad. Read more...


Lotto-Soudal signs Demi de Jong

Lotto-Soudal ladies have confirmed the signing of Demi de Jong. The Dutchwoman makes the move from Parkhotel Valkenburg, which she joined in 2017 after 3 years at Boels-Dolmans. Read more...


Chris Froome wins Shanghai Criterium

Team Sky's Chris Froome has won the first edition of the Shanghai Criterium. The winner of the Tour de France crossed the finish line ahead of Rigoberto Uran and Warren Barguil. Read more...


Alexander Kristoff: My dream is to win Paris-Roubaix

Alexander Kristoff expects to find new motivations in this new chapter of his career that can take him to the victory once more. Read more...


Chris Froome: Tom Dumoulin earned me ten Euros

Four-times Tour de France winner Chris Froome has claimed that it was not a surprise to him when Tom Dumoulin (Sunweb) won the Giro d'Italia. Read more...


Mikel Landa: I would have liked another kind of welcome from Quintana

Mikel Landa has not felt welcome at Movistar after the interview of Nairo Quintana in which he claimed the sole leadership of the team. Read more...


Alberto Contador is ready for the last racing day of his career

The Tour de France Criterium Shanghai is set to be the last day of racing for Alberto Contador before his retirement from professional cycling. Read more...


Emakumeen Bira race angry at Tour de California date change

The organisation of the Emakumeen Bira has shown its disagreement with the UCI Women's WorldTour Calendar. Read more...


Fernando Gaviria: There isn't only me and Marcel Kittel

Fernando Gaviria (Quick-Step Floors) is back in his country Colombia, where he talked about the objectives he has for the 2018 season. Read more...


Pope Francis invited to start of Giro d'Italia in Israel

Pope Francis has been invited to the start of the Giro d'Italia, which is set to begin in Israel in May of 2018. Read more...


Vincenzo Nibali: Next year I will do the Ardennes classics

Vincenzo Nibali (Bahrain-Merida) is taking a rest before preparing a 2018 season of which he already knows some of the races he will take part in. Read more...


Egan Bernal: My main objective at Sky is to learn

Egan Bernal just finished his last season with Androni-Sidermec and is taking the step with Team Sky with the main objective of learning. Read more...


Luis Angel Mate: I am convinced next year will be a great year for Cofidis

Cofidis' Luis Angel Mate is set to start his eighth season at Cofidis with the belief that it is going to be a good season for him and the squad. Read more...


Vincenzo Nibali undergoes surgery in Italy

Bahrain-Merida's Vincenzo Nibali has successfully undergone a collarbone plate removal surgery. Read more...


Amgen Tour of California announces men's and women's courses

The Amgen Tour of California has announced its route for the 2018 edition of the race. Read more...


Bob Jungels to lead Quick-Step floors at 2018 Tour de France

Quick-Step Floors' CEO Patrick Lefevere has stated that Bob Jungels will be given the opportunity to lead the team at the Tour de France next year. Read more...


Vuelta a España to include an uphill finish near the Bay of Biscay

The province of Biscay will include an uphill finish of the Vuelta a España for the first time ever, with mount Oiz set to be one of the ten climbing finishes featured in the race. Read more...


Sebastien Reichenbach takes Gianni Moscon case to Italian justice

Sebastien Reichenbach (FDJ) is taking his case against Gianni Moscon to the Italian Justice system. The rider claims the Italian pushed him during the Tre Valli Varesine. Read more...


Pello Bilbao adds two more years to contract at Astana

Spanish cyclist Pello Bilbao is set to add another two seasons to his stay at Astana, after having joined the Kazakh team at the start of the 2017 season. Read more...


Matti Breschel returns to Slipstream Sports

Slipstream Sport has announced the return of Matti Breschel. The Dane comes back to the American squad with a one-year contract. Read more...


Nairo Quintana: As the team leader that I am, I welcome Landa

Movistar's Nairo Quintana is already looking forward to next season, having his eye on the Tour de France and establishing his position as the leader of the squad. Read more...


LIVE: UCI Cycling Gala

Follow the third edition of the UCI Cycling Gala, from Guilin (China). Read more...


Fernando Gaviria wins last stage at Tour of Guangxi, Tim Wellens takes overall victory

Fernando Gaviria (Quick-Step Floors) has won the last stage of the Tour of Guangxi. The Colombian took this victory by beating Niccolo Bonifazio and Dylan Groenewegen. Read more...


Patrick Lefevere: We are a family, Sky is like a factory

Paul De Gyter and Patrick Lefevere, CEOs of Lotto-Soudal and Quick-Step Floors, got together to talk about Peter Sagan, Philipe Gilbert, Chris Froome and Team Sky. Read more...


Daniel Oss: I'm looking forward to working with Peter Sagan

Daniel Oss (BMC) is currently leading the Mountains classification at the Tour of Guangxi while he thinks of the new adventure that will start next season. Read more...


2018 Vuelta a España to start with an Individual Time Trial in Malaga

The 2018 Vuelta a España is set to begin with an Individual Time Trial starting at the Pompidou Museum of Malaga. Read more...


David Lappartient set to limit use of earpieces

New UCI president David Lappartient is considering to limit the use of earpieces in the professional cycling peloton. Read more...


Dylan Groenewegen wins fifth stage in Tour of Guangxi

LottoNL-Jumbo's Dylan Groenewegen has won the fifth stage of the Tour of Guangxi. Read more...


Jan Bakelants looks back on nightmare day of Il Lombardia

Jan Bakelants (AG2R La Mondiale) was the worst affected by the Il Lombardia crashes. Now, the rider looks back on a day on which worse things could have happened to him. Read more...


Tim Wellens takes Queen Stage at Tour of Guangxi

Tim Wellens (Lotto-Soudal) has taken the victory at the Queen Stage of the Tour of Guangxi. The Belgian was the fastest at the uphill finish, crossing the line ahead of Bauke Molle Read more...


Lucy Kennedy moves to Orica-Scott

Orica-Scott has confirmed the signing of 29-year-old Lucy Kennedy. The Australian rider makes the move from High5 Dream Team. Read more...


Rigoberto Uran: In around six years I will retire from cycling

Rigoberto Uran is having a holiday in his home country Colombia, where he has talked about the near future projects and the day he will stop as a professional cyclist. Read more...


Three out of three for Fernando Gaviria in Tour of Guangxi

Quick-Step's Fernando Gaviria has won the third stage of the Tour of Guangxi, as such taking the third consecutive stage in the last WorldTour race of the year. Read more...


Marc Goos retires from cycling at 26

Dutch rider Marc Goos has announced his retirement from cycling. After an injury, he had trouble returning to the highest level and couldn't find a contract for the 2018 season. Read more...


French cyclist Mathieu Riebel dies in Tour de Nouvelle Caledonie crash

French cyclist Mathieu Riebel has died in an accident at the ninth stage of the Tour de Nouvelle Caledonie. Read more...


Fernando Gaviria takes second victory at Tour of Guangxi

Fernando Gaviria (Quick-Step Floors) has taken his second victory at the Tour of Guangxi. The rider was the fastest at the final sprint, beating Max Walscheid and Wouter Wippert. Read more...


Lotto Soudal doctor: Stig Broeckx is doing well

Lotto Soudal team doctor Servaas Binge believes that Stig Broeckx, who suffered a heavy crash at the 2016 Baloise Belgium Tour and spent several months in a coma, is doing well. Read more...


Chris Froome to head to the cobbles before 2018 Tour de France

Four-time Tour de France winner Chris Froome is already thinking about his preparation to tackle the 2018 edition of the race and its dreaded cobbled section. Read more...


David Lopez adds another year to contract with Team Sky

Team Sky has confirmed the contract extension of David Lopez. The Spaniard will start his sixth season in the British squad, being one of the most experienced on the roster. Read more...


Orica-Scott extends contract with Jenelle Crooks

Orica-Scott has announced the contract extension of Jenelle Crooks. The Australian rider will start her second complete season in the team in 2018. Read more...


Nate Brown extends with Slipstream Sports

Slipstream Sports has announced the contract extension of American rider Nate Brown, who is adding another two years to his stay at the WorldTour formation. Read more...


Fernando Gaviria victorious in opening stage at Tour de Guangxi

Quick-Step Floors' Fernando Gaviria has won the opening stage of the Tour de Guangxi. The Colombian was the fastest at the final sprint in the city of Beihai. Read more...


Philip Deignan to add another season at Team Sky

Philip Deignan has extended his contract with Team Sky. The Irishman will as such add a fifth season with the British formation. Read more...


Christian Prudhomme tells Tom Dumoulin: Come to the Tour de France!

Tour de France boss Christian Prudhomme wants Team Sunweb's Tom Dumoulin to take part in next year's Tour de France. Read more...


Team Sky extends Sebastian Henao's contract

Team Sky has confirmed the contract extension of Sebastian Henao. The Colombian will remain at the British squad after having a consistent 2017 season. Read more...


Vincenzo Nibali's 2018 will be focused on World Championships

Vincenzo Nibali is going to focus his 2018 season on the objective of taking the Rainbow Jersey at the World Championships of Innsbruck. Read more...


Romain Bardet: No one will be calm ahead of the cobbled stage

AG2R La Mondiale's Romain Bardet is positive about the route of the 2018 Tour de France. Read more...


Richie Porte to return three months after Tour de France crash

BMC's Richie Porte is returning to racing at the Japan Cup Cycle Road Race. The Australian has been out of competition since the crash at the 2017 Tour de France. Read more...


Alberto Contador on 2018 Tour de France: It will be an open race

After seeing the 2018 Tour de France route, former cyclist Alberto Contador has said that the conditions will make it an open race. Read more...


Nairo Quintana: The stages in the north are going to be difficult

Movistar's Nairo Quintana believes that the course of the 2018 Tour de France will suit him well. He said this at the presentation of the route in Paris. Read more...


Chris Froome about Tour de France: It will be very nervous

Four-times Tour de France champion Chris Froome is expecting a very difficult and nervous Tour de France. Read more...


Michael Woods extends with Slipstream Sports

Canadian cyclist Michael Woods and Slipstream Sports have agreed a new deal for the coming two seasons. Read more...


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