July 26, 2018 - Who's the Daddy now? Geraint Thomas strengthens his Tour'18 lead we look at inter team rivalry - Top Story. Tour de France news from the Pyrenees, plus a video from Philippe Gilbert. Other news: Wallonie, Pino Cerami and RideLondon. Yates stay at Mitchelton, rider contracts, BMC to Dimension, beer for Quick-Step, Bianchi stay LottoNL and KPMG for Sunweb.
July 23, 2018 - The crazyness of the Alpe d'Huez succeeded in showing the worst side of cycling and the end of Nibali's Tour, plus violence against Froome - Top Story. We catch up with the last four stages with results and video. Other cycling news: Evenepoel to Quick-Step, Madrid Challenge, Tour de Pologne, TDU Challenge and Alaphilippe and the Tour video.
Quick-Step Floors CEO Patrick Lefevere, sports director Tom Steels, Paris-Roubaix winner Niki Terpstra and Belgian Champion Yves Lampaert talked of the inextricable link between the team and the pavé and the impact the cobbles could have on the Tour de France general classification.
Stage Report: Stage 4 sprinted into the Breton town of Sarzeau, in-front the Major and UCI President, David Lappartient, and Quick-Step Floors' Fernando Gaviria took his second stage of this Tour de France. The yellow jersey stayed on the shoulders of BMC's Greg Van Avermaet who finished in the main pack.
Rider Interview: One young rider who has quietly been working his way up through the categories is James Knox, now a WorldTour rider with the top winning Quick-Step Floors team. We caught up with James earlier in the season to hear about his road to stardom and what he hopes the future will bring.
Elia Viviani will race again in Italy, less than four weeks after completing an unforgettable Giro d’Italia.
PeloPics Gallery: Fernando Gaviria (Quick-Step Floors) outsprinted the world-class line-up that included World Champion Peter Sagan (Bora-Hansgrohe), Marcel Kittel (Katusha-Alpecin) and Mark Cavendish (Dimension Data) in Long Beach to open the 2018 Tour of California.
PeloPics: Bob Jungels soloed to career-defining Liège–Bastogne–Liège victory on Sunday. The Luxembourg Champion attacked in the last 20 kilometers and scored the first ever win for Quick-Step Floors in “La Doyenne" - Photo and video gallery.
Race Report: On Sunday afternoon, Bob Jungels topped off a perfect spring campaign for the Quick-Step Floors team but soloing to the finish line of the oldest Classic on the calendar - Liège-Bastogne-Liège. Ed Hood takes up the story from the Ardennes.