Just 24 hours after abandoning the 2018 Tour de France with a broken collarbone, Richie Porte is already looking ahead to the Vuelta a España.
An emotional win for John Degenkolb It’s been a long journey for John Degenkolb since the horrific crash he suffered on a training ride at the start of 2016. Although…
Team-mates and management lament bad luck that saw their general classification hopes disappear in an instant
Australian out of the Tour after crashing on hectic, chaotic stage to Roubaix
Richie Porte (BMC Racing) has abandoned the 2018 Tour de France following a crash in the opening kilometres of stage nine. Porte, who entered the race in good form following…
The next big day at the Tour de France will be Sunday’s Roubaix stage - that was the prediction of BMC Racing ahead of two hilly stages in Brittany.
The latest big moves among the WorldTour teams for 2019
Richie Porte has vowed to pounce on any weakness shown by Chris Froome at the Tour de France, and says that there are plenty of others to challenge Froome.
The latest updates on who could be heading where in 2019
Greg Van Avermaet, Simon Gerrans and Tejay van Garderen among eight-man BMC squad for the Tour
Porte seals the overall win as Nairo Quintana drops to third
Richie Porte has withdrawn from Tirreno-Adriatico due to an upper respiratory tract infection which he picked up after the Volta ao Algarve.
Being an Aussie cycling fan can't be easy, but that hasn't one farmer has still become such a big Richie Porte fan that he's made a maze of the BMC…
Cycling will be the loser if Chris Froome is not on the start line of the 2018 Tour de France, according to the Brit's friend and rival Richie Porte.
Richie Porte has backed himself for a career defining season following a crash that ended his Tour de France title bid against Chris Froome last year.
Richie Porte won the Tour Down Under's Queen stage on Willunga Hill for the fifth time in as many years, but Daryl Impey moved into the race's lead with just…
Australian BMC leader Richie Porte is aiming to become first rider to win consecutive editions of the Tour Down Under
Six months on from crashing out of the Tour de France, Richie Porte has been looking back at the high-speed crash and his road to recovery.
Porte describes his reaction to hearing news of UCI investigation into friend and former team-mate
We take a closer look at Richie Porte's BMC Teammachine SLR01
Richie Porte says he gained a different perspective by watching the Tour de France on TV after crashing out on stage nine
The Australian says he's all in again for the Tour de France in 2018
Australian Richie Porte will take part in the Japan Cup Cycle Road Race as part of BMC's line-up
Richie Porte is still yet to determine whether he'll be able to return to racing before the end of the 2017 season
Richie Porte is back training on the road just over a month since fracturing his collarbone and pelvis in a horror crash at the Tour de France.