Sunday Feb 23
Alberto Contador wins for the 1st time in more than a year
Alberto Contador won on Saturday for the first time in more than a year, delivering a morale-boosting victory in the climbing stage at the Volta ao Algarve.
The '14 season is at 'Full Gas' now. The Tours of Oman, AndalucA a and Algarve with all the usual reports and video, plus we look forward to the Haut Var at the weekend.
Craig Lewis retires after Lampre deal falls through
Craig Lewis did not plan to retire from cycling at the age of 29, and up until January he was fairly sure he would be the American to ride for the Lampre-Merida team.
Cancellara likely to end career in 2016
Fabian Cancellara has said that he is likely to retire from professional cycling when his current contract with Trek Factory Racing expires at the end of the 2016 season.
Kwiatkowski gets off to impressive start, but needs to focus his goals, says manager
Michal Kwiatkowski continued Tuesday where he left off last year and raised the question of what's next.
Video: Horner on his first race for Lampre-Merida
Chris Horner made his Lampre-Merida race debut on day two of the Mallorca Challenge and Cyclingnews spoke to the newest member of the Italian WorldTour squad prior to the stage, ultimately won by the American's teammate Sacha Modolo.
Mancebo: I could have won the Vuelta
Francisco Mancebo believes he could have won the Vuelta a Espaa, had it not been for the intervention of Operacin Puerto in 2006.