Rolf Aldag says Cavendish wouldn't attempt to come back from illness if he didn't believe he could reach the top of the sport again
The Italian has returned to racing with strong form after a being kicked out of the Tour de France in the summer
The Italian wants to ride the French Monument 20 years after winning it in 1999
Austrian says he'll continue for another season of racing in 2019
Pete Kennaugh (Bora-Hansgrohe) says he is "coming back slowly but surely" after a break during the 2018 season.
The Canadian has recorded his best results in 2018, and hopes to add the Italian Monument to his palmarès
The 2018 season is coming to its end and teams' rosters are filling for 2019, but several top riders remain without contracts.
Colombian talent Ivan Sosa will join Team Sky instead of Trek-Segafredo for 2019, according to a source close to the deal
Tim Kay says the new team aims to win the Tour de France by 2025
Star sprinter Mark Cavendish will race in 2019 with Dimension Data after reaching a last-minute deal for an additional year, according to reports.
Colombian sprinter Fernando Gaviria is reportedly leaving Quick-Step Floors a year early to help ease the team's budget woes.
A sponsor is still being sought and the goal is a Tour de France winner by 2025
The Spanish ex-pro isn't taking his retirement easily
Thomas De Gendt and Tim Wellens will ride the 1000 kilometres home to Belgium after completing their last race of the season: Italian monument Il Lombardia on October 13. The…
Michael Woods said he could not have dreamt of winning a World Championship bronze medal when working as a bank teller just a few years ago.
The new world champion Alejandro Valverde (Movistar) says he wants to race until the 2020 Tokyo Games, when he will be 40 years old.
The European time trial champion is planning an attempt at the record in 2019
“Alejandro Valverde deserves this title,” Olympic road race champion Greg Van Avermaet has said after the World Championships in Innsbruck, Austria, despite the Spaniard’s doping ban, 10 years ago. The…
Spain’s Alejandro Valverde commented “old cyclists can still win” after he claimed the rainbow jersey in Innsbruck, sprinting ahead of Romain Bardet (Ag2r La Mondiale) to world championship glory. The…
David Millar says the fight give professional cyclists a voice starts now after he lost the election for CPA president.
Tom Boonen has applauded rising Belgian star Remco Evenepoel for his world titles in Innsbruck this week, but says the junior cyclist "needs to learn to ride tactically at WorldTour…
Belgian Remco Evenepoel has stomped his competition in the junior World Championships, and is now eyeing the Grand Tours in the professional ranks.
The UCI's decision to replace the current World Championship team time trial with a mixed relay event has been met with criticism from team bosses.
Australian Rohan Dennis (BMC Racing) took confidence in the world championship time trial from knowing Tom Dumoulin's power numbers.
The youngster started cycling in 2017 and will ride for the Quick-Step Floors WorldTour team next year