Marianne Vos

Daily News Digest

In today’s edition of the CT Daily News Digest: Wout Poels wins Liege-Bastogne-Liege; Niemiec solos to stage 1 win at the Tour of Turkey; Matija Kvasina wins the Tour of Croatia; Barbara Guarischi wins the Omloop van Borsele; Christine Majerus wins the Dwars door de Westhoek; Slipstream Sports and Drapac to partner on development team in 2017; Vincenzo Nibali to join start-up […]


Marianne Vos: ‘The crash was totally my own fault’

In the final meters of Dwars door Westhoek, a small group of nine riders were sprinting full gas around the final left turn bend when a rider on the inside line made contact with the barricades. She lost control of her bike and just a few breath-halting seconds later, was lying awkwardly and face down on […]


Daily News Digest

In today’s edition of the CT Daily News Digest: Viviani dashes to stage 2 win at the Three Days of De Panne; Marianne Vos back to her winning ways at the Pajot Hills Classic; Trixi Worrack’s career uncertain after having kidney removed; Bringing some nuance back to the moto safety debate; Prudential RideLondon puts up 100,000 Euro women’s prize purse, […]


Photo gallery: Marianne Vos back on the top step of the podium

It took but one ‘warm-up’ race for Marianne Vos to be back on the top step of a UCI podium. The  12-time world champion won the Pajot Hills Classic today, her first UCI road race win in 18 months. After having been sidelined with injury for 10 months, Vos (Rabo-Liv) returned to the peloton Drentse […]


Daily News Digest

In today’s edition of the CT Daily News Digest: Dan Martin takes Volta a Catalunya lead with stage 3 win; Jens Debusschere sprints to Dwars door Vlaanderen victory; Amy Pieters claims third-straight Dwars door Vlaanderen win; Tour de Yorkshire becomes the world’s most lucrative women’s cycling race?; Does Milan-San Remo need an extra climb?; Porte flying under the radar in Catalunya; Giro […]


Ella Picks: How to win the Spring Classics; a bike justice vigilante; Women’s WorldTour and more

Every week we scan the internet for the interesting stories of women’s cycling that deliver unique insight, inspire or simply make us laugh and round them all up in a weekly news digest.


Daily News Digest

In today’s edition of the Daily News Digest: Van Avermaet wins stage six of Tirreno-Adriatico; Sagan to keep fighting for overall victory; One day before Tirreno showdown, Van Avermaet admits time trial is not his preferred discipline; Van Garderen loses overall chance of success due to being caught in a crash; Vos nabs top 10 […]


Vos nabs top 10 finish in first race; eager for more

After having been sidelined for 10 months, Marianne Vos (Rabo-Liv) returned to the peloton on Sunday at Drentse Acht van Westerveld in the Netherlands. The former 12-time world champion is still on the road of recovery but lined up at Drentse Archt to test her legs and fitness. “The goal for this race is not to win, but […]


Certified women-friendly: Strongher launches new program to promote women-friendly bike shops

Strongher, an initiative led but some of the biggest names in the pro women’s peloton, today announced a new program to inspect and certify bike shop based on their women-friendliness. Shops that meet the set women-friendly guidelines will be awarded the “Strongher Stamp” and be promoted through the Strongher website and by its ambassadors. “Bike shops […]


Marianne Vos to return to the peloton this weekend

Thrilling news today as Marianne Vos announced her return to the peloton this weekend at the UCI 1.2 Drentse Acht van Westerveld. The news broke during a press conference for the cycling festival Wijk  & Aalburg, of which Vos’ home race the UCI 1.2 7-Dorpenomloop Wijk & Aalburg (nicknamed the “Marianne Vos Classic” in honour of her multiple […]