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A triumphant time trial

Matthias Brändle celebrates his first victory of the season

A merited victory!

Fabio Felline masters the wet
prologue in Romandie

Dege wins in Dubai

Strong teamwork leads John Degenkolb to victory.

First race,
first win!

Bauke Mollema wins the overall
in Vuelta a San Juan

A brilliant,
classy look

Trek-Segafredo unveils its new 2017 kit

27 May 2017 - 20:00

Guerreiro second in Belgium Tour queen stage

Ruben Guerreiro almost pulled off the biggest moment of his young career by nearly winning the queen stage at the Baloise Belgium Tour Saturday, only beaten to the line in the final meters of stage four by breakaway compatriot Maurits Lammertink of Katusha-Alpecin. It was a monstrous effort from the young 22-year-old Portuguese, who joined a strong 12-man breakaway, then later attacked and instigated a five-rider selection that held off a furious chase from behind.
27 May 2017 - 18:30

Giro: Mollema 9th in final road stage

Bauke Mollema overcame a rough moment in the first long climb of stage 20 to finish strongly on the last mountain ascent, and ended the final road stage at the 100th Giro d'Italia in ninth place, securing his seventh place in the overall. As expected, the GC battle exploded on the last uphill of the three-week race...
26 May 2017 - 21:00

Giro: Mollema resilient through stage 19 fireworks

While the fireworks erupted – midway and again in the finish – in a highly entertaining stage 19 at the Giro d'Italia Friday, Bauke Mollema continued to show resiliency, thwarting off the earlier threat, and then climbing with the general classification leaders in the summit finish to hold his seventh place overall.
26 May 2017 - 19:15

Brändle wins time trial in Baloise Belgium Tour

Matthias Brändle rebounded from a disappointing stage two in the Baloise Belgium Tour to capture the victory in the stage three time trial, Friday. It was an especially sweet win for Brändle after he felt he let his team down when he missed the key move that went over the Kemmelberg in Thursday's race.
25 May 2017 - 18:45

Giro stage 18: Mollema 8th in big GC showdown

It was not labeled the queen stage, but with five categorized climbs jammed into a relatively short 137 kilometers, stage 18 was ruthless and worthy of the royal title. It all came to a head on the final ascent where the GC contenders threw everything they had at each other in an exciting showdown, but when the dust settled, the top seven overall remained unaltered.
24 May 2017 - 18:30

Baloise Belgium Tour: Theuns caught up in finish crash

"This was a crash test for my back. And my back passed the test. Phew." Those were the first words from Edward Theuns after a late crash ended his bid to repeat his win last year in the first stage of the Baloise Belgium Tour Wednesday. Instead, a touch of wheels in the final 150 meters thrust him full-force to the ground.
24 May 2017 - 18:15

Giro stage 17: Bernard 10th after gritty effort in breakaway

Julien Bernard gave a gritty effort in stage 17 at the Giro d'Italia Wednesday by joining the large breakaway with teammate Peter Stetina, and fighting to keep in contact after numerous attacks kept splitting the group. The last medium mountain stage of the three-week tour had breakaway written all over it, and after three men escaped a 40-strong chase group formed behind with Stetina and Bernard on-board.
23 May 2017 - 21:15

Q&A: Update with Edward Theuns; Dirk Demol previews Belgium Tour

We caught up with Edward Theuns in Girona, and Dirk Demol as he was boarding a plane home from California.
23 May 2017 - 19:00

Giro stage 16: Mollema 7th in queen stage

Bauke Mollema led a small group of GC contenders home for 7th place in stage 16 of the Giro d'Italia Tuesday, a good result after almost six and a half hours of punishing parcours. Unfortunately, Mollema's effort was good, but Dominico Pozzovivo's was better: the AG2R La Mondiale rider finished ahead by more than a minute and leapfrogged Mollema in the overall classification.
22 May 2017 - 15:17

Rest Day Read: Catching your dream

The long hours and weeks away are notorious, but a job as a bike mechanic on a top team is still a dream for those fascinated by engineering, bike design, and the world of elite professional cycling. For Trek-Segafredo's quiet, softly spoken mechanic Rober González he would have it no other way.