John Degenkolb is ready to move on from his time with Giant – Alpecin. The German is expected to join Trek – Segafredo.
With the trading season opening August 1, teams, riders, and agents are jockeying for position in the market.
After a life-threatening crash in January, John Degenkolb's perspective has changed. He's happy to enter the Tour de France as a team
John Degenkolb is trying to get used to shifting and breaking without using his left index finger — quite an adjustment in a hectic
John Degenkolb is gearing up for the Amgen Tour of California, his first stage race appearance of the year
John Degenkolb is finally returning to racing this weekend, three months after the crash that derailed his early-season campaign
After three months away from racing, recovering from a disastrous January crash, John Degenkolb will return to the peloton.
John Degenkolb is still recovering from serious injuries suffered in January but hopes to race the Tour de France in July.
The Giant-Alpecin rider and six of his teammates were hit by a car head-on during a training ride in January.
The German and five of his teammates were injured when a car plowed into them during a training ride last month.