With Segafredo sponsoring Trek for the next three years, team officials have more bargaining power as they search for another classics king.
The Swiss star will retire at the end of next season, a campaign during which he hopes to win a monument and lead the Giro d'Italia.
Despite training crash, Cancellara is ready to close out his professional career with one more run at his beloved classics races in 2016.
The 34-year-old Swiss star says he's looking forward to Christmas, and then his final year of professional road racing.
The 100th edition of Ronde van Vlaanderen won't offer much novelty, but it could appeal to a fan favorite such as Peter Sagan.
The Swiss superstar confirms next season will be his last in the peloton. Here are five of his career highlights.
After arguably his worst-ever season, Cancellara reflects on his career, world championships, and his role as one of the peloton's patrons.
Three new North Americans bolster Trek Factory Racing, which has a renewed focus on stage racing and a slightly smaller squad.
After two separate incidents of broken vertebrae and a Vuelta cut short due to illness, Cancellara is ending his 2015 season.
Fabian Cancellara's dream of winning a road race worlds title may be fading as injury and illness have plagued his 2015 season.