Times are changing for Tour de France sprinters. Mark Cavendish says a race that becomes more mountainous every year leaves him with few
Mark Cavendish wants to win a stage in the upcoming journey across France, which ends six days before he'll race at the Olympics.
Former British champion Mark Cavendish is out-sprinted for the national title by young Adam Blythe of the Tinkoff team.
Team GB reveals its 26-rider Rio lineup, with Froome, Wiggins, Cavendish, and Trott among the many stars set to race
Cavendish and Farrar have a history, but they've managed to put bad blood aside and have become good friends and teammates in 2016.
Mark Cavendish eager to tackle Paris-Roubaix, despite being a relative novice on the pave, aims to help teammate Edvald Boasson Hagen.
Marcel Kittel wins a record fourth Scheldeprijs classic in classic, rainy Belgian weather, narrowly nipping Mark Cavendish with a
Mark Cavendish has only raced Paris-Roubaix once and has never finished the race, but he'll be at the start line next week
Will Sunday's cobbled race end with a mad dash to the line thanks to a long run into Wevelgem, or will an opportunist take over?
Mark Cavendish still needs to square away his Olympic ambitions, especially since Dimension Data expects him to perform at Tour.