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Mollema will ride on with Trek-Segafredo through 2022

Bauke Mollema will ride on with Trek-Segafredo through 2022, his team announced Monday, marking a contract renewal that will extend his s...

World Cup wins for Iserbyt and Worst, Mas leads in Guangxi: Daily News Digest

Welcome to your Daily News Digest. Here's what's happening today: Eli Iserbyt and Annemarie Worst take World Cup wins in Bern, Enric Mas ...

Mollema solos to victory at Il Lombardia: Daily News Digest

Welcome to your Daily News Digest. Here's what's happening today: Bauke Mollema solos to victory at Il Lombardia, equal prize money for t...

Sliding doors: The legacy of Cobo’s delayed relegation

Toulouse, France (CT) – For most in the peloton, this morning's stage start was much like any other. But for a couple of riders, there wa...

Photo Gallery: 2017 Tour de France, Stage 15

Bauke Mollema (Trek-Segafredo) crossed the line alone on Stage 15 of the Tour de France on Sunday. The win in Le Puy-en-Velay marked his ...

Mollema solos from breakaway to Stage 15 victory at Tour de France

Bauke Mollema (Trek-Segafredo) crossed the line alone on Stage 15 of the Tour de France on Sunday. The win in Le Puy-en-Velay marked his ...

With an eye to the future, Mollema targets Giro and commits to Contador in 2017 Tour

For some, Bauke Mollema may not be an obvious selection as a future Grand Tour winner but, save for a stage 19 crash during the 2016 Tour...

After an eventful 2016 season, Bauke Mollema returns to defend Alberta title

Nine years into his pro career, Bauke Mollema still has the boyish appearance of a neo-pro. His angled, narrow facial features and short-...

Photo gallery: 2016 Tour de France, Stage 20

Photography by Cor Vos, Kristof Ramon, Jered & Ashley Gruber The penultimate stage of the 2016 Tour de France finished with a precari...

Ion Izagirre descends to Stage 20 win, Froome on cusp of third Tour de France victory

The penultimate stage of the 2016 Tour de France finished with a precarious descent of the Col de la Joux Plane Saturday in pouring rain,...

Mollema's Tour de France collapse the latest in Dutch Grand Tour disasters

On Friday, disaster struck a Dutch rider in the mountains, on the final weekend of a Grand Tour, again. This time, it was Bauke Mollema (...

France, at last! Bardet solos to stage win as Froome bloodied in wild day at Tour de France

Rain and mountain descents made for a wild day at the Tour de France Friday, as Roman Bardet took the Stage 19 win and moved from fifth o...

Froome in control, but behind, five riders in contention for podium finish in Paris

Barring injury, illness, or an ill-timed mechanical incident, Chris Froome has won the 2016 Tour de France. The defending champion took t...

Photo gallery: 2016 Tour de France, second rest day

Photography by Cor Vos, Jered & Ashley Gruber The riders of the 2016 Tour de France enjoyed a relaxing rest day on Tuesday in Berne, ...

Trek: Mollema can continue to improve in the future

Currently second overall in the Tour de France, Bauke Mollema has been the big surprise of this year’s race. The 29 year old was previous...

De Gendt takes victory on shortened Ventoux stage as Tour de France plummets into chaos in final kilometre

Thomas De Gendt (Lotto-Soudal) paced himself perfectly up Mount Ventoux to take an stage win on Bastille Day at Chalet-Reynard Thursday, ...

Injury woes rule Schleck out of Tour de France, Trek Factory Racing announces squad

Third, fourth and fifth in the past, a double stage winner and a former leader of the race, any possibility of Frank Schleck adding to hi...

Transfer news: Mollema to Trek, Caruso to BMC, Betancur to leave Ag2r la Mondiale

Tour de France contender Bauke Mollema has inked a two year deal with the Trek Factory Racing squad, with the 27 year old appearing set t...

Tour de France preview

The wait is over. This year’s Tour de France is at the door and we should be in for quite a show. Most likely, this will be the best figh...

2011 Vuelta a Espana Stage 9

Stage 9 Results 1. Daniel Martin, Garmin-Cervélo, at 4:52:14 2. Bauke Mollema, Rabobank Cycling Team, same time 3. Juan José Cobo, Geox-T...