Luke Rowe reveals how surgeon told him he might never ride again after breaking leg in August, and how one bad crash could have life-changing consequences.
He may not be putting a timeline on his comeback, but Luke Rowe is looking on the bright side as he continues his recovery from a broken leg.
Luke Rowe has started strength work in the gym as he begins his recovery from a broken leg sustained in an accident at a stag party in August.
In his final column for CW, Luke Rowe explains how he suffered his serious injury that will keep out of racing for some time
Luke Rowe has described in graphic detail the broken leg that he sustained on his brother's stag party, which could put him out for a year.
Luke Rowe looks set to miss the rest of the 2017 season after breaking his leg while whitewater rafting on his brother's stag do.
Luke Rowe praises Sky team-mate Michal Kwiatkowski for his performance during the 2017 Tour de France
Team Sky's Luke Rowe reflects on a successful 2017 Tour de France, and pays tribute to team leader Chris Froome after his fourth Tour victory
“It was quite fun to attack and race aggressively as opposed to defensively while controlling the break”
Welshman Luke Rowe is Sky’s road captain and is currently riding the Tour de France. He is also a Cardiff Devils ice hockey fan. Last weekend I think everyone was…
Calmejane cramps up; Sky under control (most of the time); Rowe and Démare distanced; and more of the talking points from stage eight of the 2017 Tour de France
'For Geraint to win stage one was just so special — he’s a close mate and made history by being the first Welshman to wear the yellow jersey'
“Being selected for any team to ride the Tour is hard because it is literally the crème de la crème”
“Watching ice hockey is something I enjoy doing completely away from cycling”
CW columnist Luke Rowe tells us where he might have ended up if it hadn't been for cycling, with a career in the army beckoning if he weren't on the…
Luke Rowe's latest CW column on the risk riders take on the roads every day
Weekly columnist and Team Sky rider Luke Rowe explains why it's better to have mountains at the end of a stage than the start
“If we could cram the two days’ training into one day, we could go on the night out and spend the Sunday hungover in bed”
Our regular columnist and Team Sky professional, Luke Rowe tells us what his room mates get up to during the biggest bike races in the world
Team Sky rider and Cycling Weekly columnist Luke Rowe gives his guide to life as a professional rider on the Côte d'Azur and why it's perfect for training.
Luke Rowe tells us what he gets up to in the break between the classics season and Tour de France preparations
"When you get urine thrown in your face during a race it’s never nice but hey, 99.9 per cent of fans are great and there’s always going to be one…
Luke Rowe was taken down in a crash by Sep Vanmarcke and was immediately out of contention for the Tour of Flanders
Team Sky's Luke Rowe says the squad is ready to to "up their game" at the Tour of Flanders, after disappointment at E3 Harelbeke and Ghent-Wevelgem last weekend
In his latest column for Cycling Weekly, Luke Rowe tells us of a bet he once had with another rider that he wouldn't wear gloves all winter