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Pierre Rolland hints at possible retirement after B&B Hotels collapse

The Frenchman is one of 20 riders under contract with B&B Hotels, and with just three weeks before 2023, time is running out.

Thank you, Pierre Rolland, for restoring our faith in humanity

A playful Twitter exchange resulted in a self-styled ‘Pierrerollandien’ sharing a meal with his hero this week.

The probably untrue story of Pierre Rolland's unbridled French patriotism

Did Rolland's heart rate surge when he saw a French flag by the roadside?

Beaudin Communique, 2016 Tour de France: Things you never saw

When Chris Froome crashed, the bar erupted. The replay showed him down again, louder still. Revelers spilled beer on the shiny wooden tab...

Tour de France tech: Custom-painted frames for Pierre Rolland and Thibaut Pinot

LE CAVERNE DE PONT, France (CT) – Like other manufacturers, Lapierre and Cannondale spent time in the weeks before the Tour de France get...

Beaudin Communique, 2016 Tour de France: 'We don’t give any medals yet'

MONTAUBAN, France (CT) — The police officer appeared quickly, rolling his right hand around until our window came all the way down. Turn ...

Pierre Rolland gunning for best-ever Tour de France result: 'I have made big changes to my training'

July 22, 2011. Stage 19, Tour de France. Pierre Rolland races onto Alpe d’Huez with Ryder Hesjedal for company and then dispatches the Ca...

Cannondale coach Weber: “I am very excited about what we did with Pierre Rolland for the time trials”

Speaking in advance of the first races by the Cannondale Pro Cycling riders, team coach Sebastian Weber has said that new signing Pierre ...

French climber Rolland confirmed as signing for Cannondale-Garmin

One day after it was confirmed that Ryder Hesjedal would leave Cannondale-Garmin, the American team has announced the signature of anothe...

Contador, Froome rue lost opportunity; crucial error made in Volta a Catalunya

Race favourites Alberto Contador and Chris Froome are each coming to terms with an opening stage which may have cost them their chances o...

The Week in Bike #48 - Grossly Disproportionate

A week of big announcements and bigger reactions. Is it the same old story in cycling, or is the UCI successfully threading needle betwee...