Nairo Quintana delivered a surprise early attack in stage 1 of Route du Sud, and though he didn't win, the Colombian showed that his Tour
Tejay van Garderen attacked during Wednesday's stage 5 in Switzerland and nearly caught his teammate and stage winner Darwin Atapuma.
Operación Puerto is likely the biggest, most confusing doping scandal to ever hit sports. Here's your quick-hit guide to what's happening
Australian Cameron Meyer asked the team to terminate his contract mid-season, an unusual move for pros in the WorldTour.
The Tour de France is the ultimate expression of a bike racer, so how could Peter Sagan not want win it? Here's one scenario where it could
The Colombian climber will tackle the Route du Sud starting Wednesday, a race he won in 2012, as he preps for the Tour de France.
The blood bags and other physical evidence in the decade-long doping scandal might finally be released after an appeals court ruling.
Chris Froome will start next month's Tour de France as the outright favorite, but he does have a few vulnerabilities.
While most of his rivals are riding in the Dauphine or Suisse, Nairo Quintana has been prepping himself for the Tour at home in Colombia
The decisive weekend at the Critérium du Dauphiné has three climbing stages that include 18 rated climbs.