1. Joao Almeida Still In Pink, Jan Tratnik Wins Giro d'Italia 16th Stage

    Joao Almeida Still In Pink, Jan Tratnik Wins Giro d'Italia 16th Stage

    Oct 20, 2020

    Portugal's Joao Almeida ensured he will wear the pink jersey for a 14th consecutive day after defending his overall race lead on Tuesday on the Giro d'Italia's 16th stage won by Slovenian Jan Tratnik.

  2. Italy's Diego Ulissi Wins Giro 13th Stage, Almeida Remains In Pink

    Italy's Diego Ulissi Wins Giro 13th Stage, Almeida Remains In Pink

    Oct 16, 2020

    Italy's Diego Ulissi won the 13th stage of the Giro d'Italia on Friday as Joao Almeida retained the race leader's pink jersey ahead of a crucial time trial that the Portuguese rider admitted will be "difficult".

  3. Jhonatan Narvaez Wins Giro d'Italia 12th Stage, Almeida Stays In Pink

    Jhonatan Narvaez Wins Giro d'Italia 12th Stage, Almeida Stays In Pink

    Oct 15, 2020

    Ecuador's Jhonatan Narvaez gave the Ineos team their third stage win in this year's Giro d'Italia, crossing the line alone on a wet stage 12 at Cesenatico on Thursday.

  4. Taylor Phinney Retires From Professional Cycling

    Taylor Phinney Retires From Professional Cycling

    Oct 17, 2019

    This weekend in Japan,  Taylor Phinney will zip up his EF Education First kit for the last time. He’ll pin on his numbers, and clip in for what is the final professional race of  a career that’s been beautiful, frustrating, and everything in between.  From the Olympics to the Tour de France to the cobblestones of Roubaix, there’s no one who’s done it quite like Taylor Phinney. He won numerous junior titles on the track and competed in the individual pursuit at the 2008 Beijing Olympics, finished fourth in the road race and time trial at the 2012 London Olympics four years later, completed two Tours de France and last season came in eighth at Paris-Roubaix, his favorite race. He fought back from a career-threatening leg break sustained in 2014, and along the way began to ponder a life outside of professional racing. Eventually, the side of him hoping to explore art and music, the side of him hoping to dig deeper into a place rather than a suitcase… that side won out. We talked to Phinney about his decision to move on from road racing, how he reconciles the expectations held by others for his cycling career with his own ambitions and dreams, and what’s next.   

  5. How To Watch Grand Prix Cycliste Quebec And Montreal In The U.S.

    How To Watch Grand Prix Cycliste Quebec And Montreal In The U.S.

    Sep 6, 2019

    Grand Prix Cycliste de Quebec and Montreal are one-day UCI WorldTour events. The hilly and technical circuits take place within the city centers, and cover more than 200 kilometers total.

  6. Vuelta a España Video Hub: Every Stage Replay, Highlight, And More

    Vuelta a España Video Hub: Every Stage Replay, Highlight, And More

    Aug 26, 2019

    The 2019 Vuelta a España is available live to FloBikes subscribers in Canada.

  7. FloBikes To Broadcast Vuelta a España, Tour de France, And Worlds In Canada

    FloBikes To Broadcast Vuelta a España, Tour de France, And Worlds In Canada

    Aug 22, 2019

    Join Pro now to watch the 2019 Vuelta a España live and on-demand.

  8. Carapaz In Doubt For Vuelta Following Training Crash

    Carapaz In Doubt For Vuelta Following Training Crash

    Aug 22, 2019

    Ecuador's Richard Carapaz, winner of this year's Giro d'Italia, has injured his shoulder and could miss the start of the Vuelta a Espana on Saturday.

  9. Jakob Fuglsang To Ride 2019 Vuelta, Re-signs With Astana

    Jakob Fuglsang To Ride 2019 Vuelta, Re-signs With Astana

    Aug 22, 2019

    Danish veteran Jakob Fuglsang penned a new two-year deal with Astana on Wednesday in a timely boost ahead of the Vuelta a Espana which gets underway this weekend.

  10. The Best Climbers At The Vuelta a España

    The Best Climbers At The Vuelta a España

    Aug 20, 2019

    The Vuelta a España is known as the grand tour for pure climbers. This year’s Vuelta lives up to that reputation and then some. With 57 categorized climbs and eight summit finishes in the 2019 Vuelta, there will be no shortage of battles amongst the peloton’s top climbers throughout the three weeks of racing. 

  11. The Top Sprinters At The 2019 Vuelta a España

    The Top Sprinters At The 2019 Vuelta a España

    Aug 20, 2019

    The Vuelta a España is known as a race for the pure climbers, however the 2019 edition has included many opportunities for sprinting talent. There are six flat days for the sprinters in this year’s Vuelta, three of which come in the final week. 

  12. Five Unheralded Riders That Could Win La Vuelta

    Five Unheralded Riders That Could Win La Vuelta

    Aug 19, 2019

    The Vuelta a España is in many ways the proving ground for riders in the peloton in need of grand tour experience. The courses are as challenging (if not more so) than the other two grand tours, but with many of the marquee GC riders recovering after the Tour de France, the Vuelta stands as an opportunity for hidden talent.

  13. Five Big Favorites For The 2019 Vuelta a España

    Five Big Favorites For The 2019 Vuelta a España

    Aug 19, 2019

    For some, the Vuelta a España is a chance for redemption at the end of a trying season. For others, the Vuelta stands as an opportunity to make a first mark on grand tour racing. In 2019 the Vuelta has a line up of bonafide grand tour stars who have something yet to prove this year. 

  14. Mas To Ride For Movistar In 2020

    Mas To Ride For Movistar In 2020

    Aug 8, 2019

    Talented Spanish climber Enric Mas will join Movistar from Deceuninck-Quick Step, it was announced on Thursday.

  15. Nibali Signs Two Year Deal With Trek Segafredo

    Nibali Signs Two Year Deal With Trek Segafredo

    Aug 8, 2019

    Cycling great Vincenzo Nibali, one of only seven men to have won all of the sport's three Grand Tours, penned on Thursday a two-year deal to ride for Trek where he will be joined by younger brother Antonio.