Team Sky rider Geraint Thomas says disastrous opening team time trial has put paid to any GC hopes at Tirreno-Adriatico
Geraint Thomas and Adam Yates begin their journey towards the Giro d'Italia at Tirreno-Adriatico this week
After early season races were described as "too easy" for Chris Froome, riders discuss whether altitude camps are a better way to train than racing
"We have to stand here now and answer these questions which we have nothing to do with"
Former world champion Michal Kwiatkowski says he didn't necessarily need to win Strade Bianche on Saturday, but demanded a good performance from himself
'Pressure in both directions' in regards to disc brake use from teams and from fellow riders
Former world champion Lizzie Deignan wasn't able to get around a television motorbike in enough time to contest the finish of Strade Bianche in Siena
Riders took to the start of the 2017 Strade Bianche with the prospect of some heavy rain in the forecast
World champion Peter Sagan says it's an all or nothing rule for disc brakes, and that the peloton can not have a few individual riders using them
Italian Grand Tour specialist Vincenzo Nibali says one-day race Strade Bianche motivates him to try his hand at the cobbled Classics
Organisers say that ensuring survival of the race means it needs to be more financially viable
Trek-Segafredo's Alberto Contador says that rest will be key to him beating Chris Froome at the Tour de France, with a pre-race holiday already in his diary.
Patrick Lefevere says that he is seeking confirmation of a title sponsor for the Quick-Step Floors team beyond 2017
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Movistar team leader Nairo Quintana says that he's aiming to win both the Giro and Tour this year and won't just ride the former as training for the latter.
Vincenzo Nibali, Romain Bardet and Fabio Aru explain why the big Grand Tour stars let Rui Costa and Ilnur Zakarin fight for Abu Dhabi Tour glory
French rider Kenny Elissonde has yet to race in his native country wearing the Team Sky jersey, and doesn't know what reception he'll get from fans
While many of his Grand Tour rivals are currently racing, Chris Froome is putting in a block of hard training instead
Caleb Ewan got caught out on the line on stage two of the Abu Dhabi Tour - as he started to celebrate, Marcel Kittel lunged ahead to take the victory
Astana team manager Giuseppe Martinelli has called on the UCI to show leadership in the disc brake debate, either making all riders use them or not.
Adam Hansen says that he will be interested to see which bike Marcel Kittel uses in Abu Dhabi, after Owain Doull said disc brakes caused a cut to his foot.
Team Sky rider Owain Doull said that an injury to his foot and a slice through his shoes were caused by the disc brakes of Marcel Kittel.
British WorldTour squad Team Sky started the Abu Dhabi Tour on Thursday with six instead of eight riders, and could face a financial penalty
The star-studded cast of the Abu Dhabi Tour say are looking forward to the race's summit finish, even if it is only stepping stone to bigger targets.
Dimension Data' Merhawi Kudus has come a long way from humble Eritrean upbringings, and is now setting his eyes on turning good performances into victories.