Marianne Vos

Daily News Digest

In today’s edition of the CT Daily News Digest: Kirsten Wild wins stage 1 of the Ladies Tour of Qatar; Chris Froome ahead of Sun Tour season debut – “I’m not too sure what to expect”; Froome reacts to motorised doping revelations; Wiggins and Cancellara weigh in on hidden motors scandal; Marianne Vos on mechanical […]


Marianne Vos on mechanical doping: ‘There is no coming back from this for Femke’

When on Saturday in Zolder the news broke that “technical fraud” may have been committed by cyclocross racer Femke van den Driessche, former seven-time cyclocross world champion Marianne Vos was still in the press building. She had delivered race commentary for a Dutch news service and was on her way out when UCI officials released […]


Top 10 female pros to watch for in 2016

With the introduction of the UCI Women’s World Tour and the Olympics taking place in Rio later this summer, the 2016 season will be one to remember. Throughout the off season, new teams emerged, riders transferred and some influential riders are making a comeback out of injury or retirement. The excitement around this coming season […]

Daily News Digest

In this morning’s edition of the CyclingTips Daily News Digest: Lauren Stephens leads the Tour Femenino de San Luis after stage 4 ITT win; UCI confirms rider action over unpaid salaries at Colombia-Coldeportes; Froome extends his contract with Sky; Marianne Vos – “We all want to win but we are teammates first and foremost”; Tom […]


Marianne Vos: ‘We all want to win but we are teammates first and foremost’

The women of the 2016 Rabo-Liv team kitted up and kicked off their 2016 season today with a ride and team presentation in the Dutch city of Papendal. The orange and white kits have changed little for the coming season but there’s plenty to talk about when it comes to the 12 women of Rabo-Liv. […]


Daily News Digest

In this morning’s edition of the CyclingTips Daily News Digest: Sunderland, Scandolara take victory in the Shimano Supercrit; Oleg Tinkov to step away from pro cycling by end of 2016; Teams and route announced for 2016 Dubai Tour; Horner keen to race on but illness might force retirement; Marianne Vos finds form and morale at […]


After 20 years Rabobank pulls its sponsorship away from pro cycling

Rabobank, a fixture in cycling sponsorship since 1996, today announced that it is refocusing its sponsorship to a more local feel and therefore will end its relationship with RaboLiv (and pro cycling as a whole) at the end of 2016. The change in focus also affects the sponsorship dollars behind the Royal Dutch Cycling Union […]


Holiday reads: cycling books to enjoy by the fire or on the beach

I love a good book but I can never find time to read, and the pile of books on my nightstand continues to grow. I’m halfway through at least half a dozen books and if it weren’t for audiobooks, I doubt I would have finished any books at all. So one of things I look […]


Ella Picks: Ferrand-Prevot breaks her leg; 36-year-old makes comeback ahead of Rio, Ale-Cipollini rider tests positive for EPO and more

In this week’s internet roundup, we explore the riders with the most ‘character’. We also want you to meet Rebecca Werner, who’s currently riding from Adelaide to Brisbane in the bike tracks of her parents, and take a trip to Rio with the Dutch national team. And as always, we catch up on latest race news. […]

Ella Picks: Women’s cycling content we loved this week

In this week’s internet roundup, let’s discuss the Rio Olympic road course and the introduction of e-bike racing. We also want to introduce you to the all-women cyclocross team, This Team Saves Lives, and their mission to combat hunger and to get more women on bikes. There’s a clip from a Halloween cyclocross race you […]