After a short, winless Tour and a public dressing down from his DS, John Woodhouse asks ‘what’s next for Marcel Kittel?’
Mark Cavendish and Marcel Kittel have been eliminated from the 2018 Tour de France after suffering and getting dropped on Wednesday's tough mountain stage.
Mark Cavendish and fellow sprinters Marcel Kittel and Dylan Groenewegen scraped through the first Tour de France mountain stage by the skin of their teeth.
The German says he's fully focused on turning his Tour de France fortunes around with the team despite being openly criticised by his sports director
Marcel Kittel is hoping for a change in fortune over the rest of the Tour de France after going winless over the first seven stages of the race so far.
Marcel Kittel is currently at the Tour of California, and says there's still a level of trust he needs to build with his new Katusha-Alpecin lead-out train
Marcel Kittel steered clear of a major crash in the final 10km of stage six of Tirreno-Adriatico to take his second stage victory of the race.
Patrick Bevin takes overall race lead from BMC team-mate Damiano Caruso after a hectic bunch sprint on stage two of Tirreno-Adriatico
Cycling Weekly looks back at some of the most memorable bike throws of all time, from Bradley Wiggins's stylish Trentino effort to Dumoulin's hissy fit.
The German sprinter says his new team are calm about failing to take a win in their first race, with an eye on rectifying it at the Abu Dhabi Tour
German sprinter Marcel Kittel and British time trial specialist Alex Dowsett in Katusha-Alpecin's new blue-and-red kit for 2018
Marcel Kittel makes it to number nine in our countdown of the 100 Best Road Riders of 2017
Sprinter versus climber in an old-fashioned test of strength. It's probably no surprise whose upper body strength nets them the victory...
Marcel Kittel will leave Quick-Step Floors at the end of the 2017 season, joining Katusha-Alpecin on a two-year deal as a replacement for Alexander Kristoff.
Roglic takes it in style, Kittel breaks, Contador gives it one last throw of the dice and more talking points from stage 17 of the Tour de France
The green jersey wearer quits in the Alps after an early crash
Marcel Kittel caught up in crash as his green jersey gets tattered; British rider Steve Cummings ends up in a field at start of high mountain stage
The two sprinters are now neck and neck in the points standings with only two stages remaining to decide it
Michael Matthews eyes up green, Team Sunweb apply the hurt and Dan Martin is left behind
Marcel Kittel continues to dominate the Tour de France sprints, while Maciej Bodnar provides some breakaway excitement before the race heads for the hills.
Marcel Kittel put in another typically powerful performance to win stage 11 of the 2017 Tour de France
German sprinter Marcel Kittel takes his fourth stage win of the 2017 Tour de France, bringing his total tally to 13 victories
Quick-Step Floors boss Patrick Lefevere says it's up to the other teams to make the race exciting and stop Marcel Kittel's sprint domination
Who can stop Marcel Kittel as he wins yet again, gets a stranglehold on the green jersey and his sprint rivals continue to falter?
Kittel wins again, Boasson-Hagen learns his lesson and Roglic is on the tarmac; all the talking points from stage seven of the 2017 Tour de France