The Spaniard will ride in a three-way leadership of the Movistar team at the Tour de France in July
Movistar Grand Tour trio Alejandro Valverde, Nairo Quintana and Mikel Landa undertake a reconnaissance ride of the cobbled roads to be used on stage nine of the 2018 Tour de
Quick-Step's Enric Mas claimed the final stage win after attacking from the breakaway
The Spaniard gets his first taste of cobbled racing at E3 Harelbeke
Mikel Landa talks about his move from Team Sky to Movistar after his first victory of the season: the queen climbing stage of the 2018 Tirreno-Adriatico
Disappointment for Geraint Thomas as a late mechanical leaves him fighting to minimise his time loss on the key climbing stage in Tirreno-Adriatico
Mikel Landa will have his first chance to go head-to-head with Chris Froome in 2018 after the Spaniard was named in Movistar's team for the Ruta del Sol.
Mikel Landa (Movistar) will skip the Giro d'Italia to put full his effort into winning the Tour de France and Vuelta a España later in the summer.
The Spaniard responds to his new Movistar team-mate's quip about leadership
Nairo Quintana has moved to nip in the bud any aspirations Mikel Landa might have at Movistar in 2018, laying down the law for the next 12 months.
Spaniard Mikel Landa says that his experience riding with Chris Froome on Team Sky has helped him improve and given him confidence, which he will take to Movistar in 2018
Mikel Landa to lead Team Sky in six-day stage race in China, his last race for the British team before he joins Movistar for 2018
Landa says his style of racing wasn't always compatible with the controlled style of Sky
Mikel Landa is looking forward to facing Chris Froome, who he describes as "the best in the world", in 2018 when they are no longer Team Sky team-mates.
After weeks of rumours and speculation, Movistar have announced the signing of Mikel Landa from Team Sky for the 2018 season.
Team Sky's Mikel Landa carries over great form from Tour de France to win the Vuelta a Burgos in Spain, with Miguel Angel Lopez claiming the final stage honours
Sky's Mikel Landa takes his second stage victory of the 2017 Vuelta a Burgos to extend his overall race lead with two stages remaining
British sprinter Adam Blythe comes in a close second behind Matteo Trentin as the Vuelta a Burgos reaches stage two
Spaniard Mikel Landa wins stage one of Vuelta a Burgos on testing final climb to take early race lead
Team Sky's Mikel Landa says that he wants to make the podium in the 2017 Tour de France, but not at the expense of current race leader Chris Froome.
With two riders in the top five of the Tour de France general classification, Team Sky are in a stronger position than rivals – what tactics could they employ?
Team Sky’s Dave Brailsford admits the team has enjoyed not having the yellow jersey at the Tour de France as trying to win it back is a “bit more fun”.…
Tour de France yellow jersey Fabio Aru had a suspicion before the stage 13 start that Sky's Mikel Landa would try and attack
After two tough days, Chris Froome is the Team Sky "boss" according to Mikel Landa, who "has the legs, but not the medals of honour" at the Tour de France.
Chris Froome tips team-mate Mikel Landa as "a real threat" for the Tour de France's overall fight after the dust settled on the Pyrenean stages 12 and 13.