American Tejay van Garderen is a team captain at the Tour de France for the first time and looking to prove previous high Tour finishes were no fluke, writes Andrew Hood of VeloNews.
Andrew Talansky's late charge, Chris Froome's struggles and the ups and downs of other big names have created waves in the wake of the Criterium du Dauphine, writes Andrew Hood of VeloNews.
Colombian Nairo Quintana will not race in the Tour de France after a challenging ride to win the Giro d'Italia.
The Tour of California features a star-studded field including former Tour de France winner Bradley Wiggins, 10 former world champions and a host of other big names.
Defending Tour de France champion Chris Froome is prepping for a busy season and dealing with the pressure of winning that yellow jersey, writes Andrew Hood.
Tour de France leader Chris Froome Tour is raising eyebrows with his Lance Armstrong-esque performances, writes Andrew Hood
After taking 25 seconds back on Bradley Wiggins this week, defending Giro d'Italia champion Ryder Hesjedal will reset after Saturday's time trail for the final two weeks..
Chris Froome, Alberto Contador to square off at the Criterium du Dauphine in a preview of the Tour de France.
Rigoberto Uran believes we won't see a repeat of the Bradley Wiggins-Chris Froome fiasco from last year's Tour de France in this year's Giro d'Italia.
Time bonuses and explosive mountain stages mark the route for the 2013 Giro d'Italia as the 96th edition of the race goes back to its roots.
While the tragic events of the 2013 Boston Marathon were something no one will ever forget, the race also provided positives to build on, writes Brian Metzler.
Andy Schleck says he still has the engine to come back from an injury-plagued 2012, but can he give it full throttle?
Friday's crash in Metz blew up the peloton and sent the general classification race into chaos.
Greg LeMond and Lance Armstrong helped put cycling on the American map, but they're not the only Americans to give us great moments at the Tour de France.
Sure, the Tour de France sports a new look this year, but there are still a few traditional stages that will pose a challenge for riders.
Andy Hood gives us his best and worst picks from this year's Tour de France.