Three of Sky's new riders — Kwiatkowski, Landa, and Intxausti — are suffering minor illnesses in the early stages of the spring season.
The British team could be a threat in every stage race it starts this season, thanks to some new signees over the winter.
Global Cycling Network takes a look at the bike that former world champ Michal Kwiatkowski will ride with his new team in 2016.
Team Sky showed its versatility in 2015, winning classics, one-day stage races, TTs, sprints, oh, and of course, the Tour de France.
Australian Brett Lancaster ends a 13-year pro career and moves into a new role as sport director for Team Sky.
Sky lights up the holidays with a bit of creativity and a healthy dose of pedal power.
The high-end British brand will not renew its contract with Sky to supply its clothing and kit.
Team Sky confirms Mikel Landa for next season as the British outfit bolsters its 2016 lineup. Kwiatkowski is likely next for Sky.
Mikel Landa will be given a chance to ride as a leader at grand tours with Team Sky, says he was frustrated when racing with Astana.
Ian Boswell's two-year contract extension with Team Sky will have him en route to the outfit's Tour de France team.