Movistar Team dominates Tour de France with Team Classification, two General Classification podiums, and Best Young Rider in kit produced in Livingston, Scotland.
Nairo Quintana and Alejandro Valverde reflect on first nine days in Tour de France, plenty of mountains to come as both Movistar Team's GC references sit into overall top-ten.
Endura have pulled out all the stops for Movistar Team as they head into the 2015 edition of the Tour de France that starts on Saturday in Utrecht, The Netherlands.
Malori -new race leader-, Dowsett make it one-two at the Circuit de la Sarthe, conquer 800th success for Eusebio Unzué’s squad in their 36 years of history.
Global leader in satellite navigation to provide WorldTour winners with their Edge 510 bike computer, supporting advanced functions useful for their sporting performance.
After an extremely successful inaugural year working with Movistar Team in 2014, a delegation from Endura’s Product Development department joined the World’s number one road team at their pre-season camp in Pamplona last week to measure up all 28 of the squad for the 40+ items included in the team kit.
Prestigious American firm will provide the Blues again in 2015 with their DSP handlebar tapes, known for their top durability and shock absorption.
The evil eye halfrim pro model will continue as the UCI WorldTour winners' official glasses after three years of magnificent results.
Spanish producer of helmets and cycling wear to continue supporting the telephone squad after satisfactory joint development of products.
Alejandro Valverde, Movistar Team set to fight for both individual and collective WorldTour rankings in their final two races of the season: Il Lombardia and the Tour of Beijing.
Alejandro Valverde hopes to confirm second Grand Tour top-5 finish in 2014 after five demanding, final days in Vuelta a España; Movistar Team not excluding any result despite conceding on superiority by Contador.
Both Quintana & Valverde remark Movistar Team's solidness and their own bond and strength as main advantage for them - now sitting as 1st and 3rd in the Vuelta- before a really demanding second week of racing.
Spaniard from Movistar Team takes back-to-back victories on Poitou-Charentes final stage, claims third consecutive success for Blues in French city.
Both Movistar Team leaders confident towards 69th edition of Vuelta a España, starting tomorrow in Jerez de la Frontera with its strongest field in recent years.
Catalan youngster (1993) set to bring Blues courage and all-round talent after becoming Spanish amateur calendar's biggest sensation this season.
Valverde, Movistar Team tackle Pyrenees trio preceeding decisive TT with aim of consolidating long-awaited Paris podium.
Alejandro Valverde still aiming for Tour de France podium as most realistic target in the 11 days left to Paris.
Movistar Team conquers first Grand Tour, 13th for structure in its 35th anniversary in cycling's top tier, five years after 2009 Vuelta success; words by General Manager reflect on group's satisfaction.
Nairo Quintana convinced about great Movistar teamwork, hopes to fight for Giro podium overall into four remaining mountain stages from Tuesday and until Saturday.
Spaniard set to lead Movistar Team's squad in Amstel Gold Race (Sunday 20th), Flèche Wallonne (Wednesday 23rd) and Liège-Bastogne-Liège (Sunday 27th).