Photo gallery: 2016 Ladies Tour of Qatar

Two former winners returned to the Ladies Tour of Qatar this year. Ellen van Dijk took the GC in 2014, Kirsten Wild already has four wins of the Ladies Tour of Qatar to her name. Both Dutchwomen are looking for a chance at a World Championships title later this year and came to the desert for an early dress rehearsal. […]

Ella Picks: Mud, tears, motors and rainbows

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. There has been plenty happening this week, both good and bad. We have revelled in the mud of the cyclocross, hung our heads […]


Photo gallery: 2016 women’s Cadel Evans Great Ocean Road Race

GEELONG, Australia (CT) — It came down to a battle of two teams at the women’s Cadel Evans Great Ocean Road Race, with Orica-AIS finishing off a dream Australian season by taking the two top spots of the podium and Wiggle High5 putting up a valiant fight to come across the line in third and fourth. […]


Amanda Spratt finishes dream Australian run with victory at the women’s Cadel Evans Race

GEELONG, Australia (CT) — Amanda Spratt took out the women’s Cadel Evans Great Ocean Road Race with a solo run to the line on Saturday, finishing off a dream run in Australia’s summer season of racing for the rider and her Orica-AIS team. Teammate and defending champion Rachel Neylan made it a one-two for Australia’s only UCI […]


Photo gallery: 2016 Santos Women’s Tour kickstarts the 2016 UCI season

It’s heating up in the land down under and as temperatures rise, so does the level of racing. Now in its second year, The Santos Women’s Tour served as the kickoff event of the 2016 Subaru Australian National Race Series and received a UCI 2.2 status, drawing some of the best riders of the women’s peloton […]

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 […]

Amanda Spratt wins Australian national road race title, brings the jersey back to Orica-AIS

BUNINYONG, Australia (CT) – Amanda Spratt (Orica-AIS) outsprinted breakaway companion Ruth Corset (Rush Women’s Team) to win the road race of the 2016 Mars Cycling Australia National Road Championships, taking her second national title and bringing the green and gold stripes of the national jersey back to Orica-AIS. In fact Orica-AIS took three of the top four spots, with […]


Tayler Wiles joins Orica-AIS

Orica-AIS today officially announced the signing of American Tayler Wiles for the 2016 season. Riding for Velocio-SRAM, the 26-year-old had a breakout 2015 season, winning the Tour of New Zealand and Tour Cycliste Féminin International de l’Ardèche. Going into her fourth professional season, Wiles is looking forward to an aggressive year with her new ORICA-AIS […]


Daily News Digest

In this morning’s edition of the CyclingTips Daily News Digest: World championships cost Richmond $4.1 million; Nibali to begin his season in Tour de San Luis; Boeckmans reaches ‘new and important step in rehabilitation process’; Lizzie Williams and Sarah Roy re-sign with Orica-AIS; Cycling can reduce transportation CO2 by 10%; Chad Haga – Cancer, hammers, […]


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

In this week’s internet roundup we are talking gender-free saddles with Selle Royal’s new line of Scientia saddles and bod image with fighter Ronda Rousey. We also want to introduce you to Katrine-Mari, a woman who completed two full Tour de France routes and the subject of Total Women’s Cycling profile story. We had a […]