Sacha Modolo (EF Education First-Drapac) made amends for his agonising second place on the opening stage of the Ruta del Sol by winning stage three from a bunch sprint in…
The lunchtime drinkers at the Wheatsheaf pub adjacent to London’s Borough Market are wondering who Jonathan Vaughters is. “Is he the director of the Tate Modern,” one asks our photographer.…
The future of EF Education First-Drapac will not be affected by the withdrawal of a major sponsor ahead of 2018, according to team boss Jonathan Vaughters.
The American team reveals a pink, white and green number for the new season
Slipstream Sports retains Canadian Grand Tour hope Michael Woods on a two-year contract extension
British sprinter Dan McLay will get a chance to ride at WordTour level after signing for EF Education First-Drapac for the 2018 season.
Team Sky are reportedly close to signing promising Cannondale-Drapac rider Dylan van Baarle, a former winner of the Tour of Britain in 2014.
Slipstream Sports, owner of the Cannondale-Drapac professional cycling team, has announced that the squad has signed up a new title sponsor for 2018: EF Education First. The American WorldTour outfit…
Cannondale-Drapac had looked to crowdfunding for financial support but a mystery sponsor has allowed the team to survive
Cannondale-Drapac's Andrew Talansky describes his career as a 'truly incredible ride' as he retires at the age of 28
American Taylor Phinney was disqualified from 2017 Tour of Britain on stage two for entering a railway level crossing as the gates were closing
The Canadian rider says he's not enjoying having to consider his options and focus on his GC campaign at the Vuelta a España
A crowd-funding campaign to help secure the future of Cannondale-Drapac has raised nearly $250,000 in its first 24 hours, more than 10 per cent of its goal.
One of a number of riders facing an uncertain future, Sep Vanmarcke says that he cannot waste time finding a new team with Cannondale likely to close.
Can a WorldTour team run on money sourced from the public? Crowd-funding is an avenue that Cannondale-Drapac are exploring after sponsorship fell through for 2018
Chris Froome sympathises with the American team's financial struggle, but says budget caps on big teams aren't the answer
Riders hoping for the survival of the American team but will need to start looking for new contracts with other teams
American team Cannondale-Drapac are unable to find enough financial backing for 2018
From injured runner to riding with the best in the world on the Vuelta a España's mountain stages – Michael Woods is making an impression
Rigoberto Uran will ride for Cannondale-Drapac until at least the end of 2020 after agreeing a new three-year deal with the American team.
Rigoberto Uran’s power output for stage nine of the Tour de France published on Training Peaks
Rigoberto Uran's second-placed finish at the Tour de France was short of what the Colombian came to the race to do.
Neither Rigoberto Uran or Romain Bardet look like they can overturn Chris Froome's lead in the Tour de France, according to Uran's Cannondale-Drapac boss
Cannondale are expected to withdrew their title sponsorship from the American WorldTour team
Rigoberto Uran’s form is not a surprise to his Cannondale-Drapac team, and with him possessing a stronger time trial than most of his other GC rivals, he could be the…