Last year the Slovak was thrown out after the fourth stage when he sent Mark Cavendish crashing in a chaotic sprint.
The defending champion will compete, even if the organisers of cycling's biggest race want to prevent the four-time winner from appearing in this year's event, says Team Sky.
Chris Froome is on track to become the first Briton to win the Giro d'Italia -- and match the achievements of cycling greats Eddy Merckx and Bernard Hinault.
British debutant scores impressive victory in Giro D'Italia
The Quick-Step Floors rider was the quickest in a bunch sprint on day three in Tel Aviv, Israel.
Italy's Elia Viviani has won the second leg of the Giro D'Italia and Rohan Dennis has taken the pink jersey from defending champion Tom Dumoulin.
Sky's Chris Froome came in a disappointing twenty first having crashed whilst reccying the course before the race.
Bike-loving Sweden has cranked up its fondness for two wheels — by introducing them to the classroom.
The first of the season's great cycle races begins on Friday with Britain's Chris Froome looking to complete the set of blue riband trophies, and become the first rider to hold all three at the same time since Eddie Merckx.
But the disgraced former champion will only pay a fraction of the amount sought in a lawsuit brought by fellow cyclist Floyd Landis and the US government
Drone footage shows a new bike track on Italy's largest lake that will give cyclists the impression they are flying over the water.
It was the first time Goolaerts had competed in the senior Paris-Roubaix race.
In a tweet, his team colleagues expressed their sadness and sympathies to his family
The cyclist died at a hospital in Lille after crashing in Paris-Roubaix. He was 23.
Dutchman Niki Terpstra claimed an impressive solo victory on Sunday to add the Tour of Flanders to his 2014 Paris-Roubaix title for his second triumph in a 'Monument' classic.
Anna Van Der Breggen has just about won everything on the women's tour except the Tour of Flanders. She rectified that today when she soloed to victory
The International Cycling Union (UCI) will use X-ray equipped trucks on Grand Tour stages and leading classic races this season following an increase in concerns about riders using motors inside their bikes