A year after a France Television car forced him into a barbed wire, Hoogerland still seeking damages
Flecha thrilled with top-10 result after broken hand, but strongest team in the chase fell flat in Roubaix
Vanmarcke's first professional victory ahead of 'hero' Boonen
Michael Barry will stay with Team Sky next season as the British team continues to fill out its squad following the arrival of Mark
AURILLAC, France (AFP) - Team Sky are pondering whether to take legal action against the television car which sent their Spaniard rider
AURILLAC, France (AFP) – Team Sky's Spanish rider Juan Antonio Flecha, who was hit by an overtaking France TV car during the Tour de
Stages 1-7 are in the books for this year’s Tour de France. The riders who survived the opening day’s crashes are starting to feel the
1. Sebastian Langeveld (NED), Rabobank, 5:18:21 2. Juan Antonio Flecha Giannoni (ESP), Sky, at 0 3. Mathew Hayman (AUS), Sky, at 1:00 4.
Michael Barry enjoying his first Tour, cobbles ace Flecha says he'll be riding for Wiggins on stage 3.
Crashes and close calls mark Paris-Roubaix for nine North American riders competing in Sunday’s “Hell of the North.”