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Photo gallery: 2018 Commonwealth Games Women's Road Race

Every single one of the Australian riders fought hard to earn their place in the road cycling team that would get to contest a home natio...

In her own words: Lael Wilcox on riding 20,000 miles a year

Ultra-endurance rider Lael Wilcox rides a lot. Really a lot. Averaging 20,000 miles (roughly 32,200 kilometres) a year, the Alaska-native...

Riding to the top of Australia's national series with Holden Women's Racing

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Commentary: Australian women's performance cause for celebration, not turmoil

Australian women’s cycling is looking back on a turbulent few weeks, between team selection dramas, question marks over development paths...

Cycling Australia selectors told to reconsider women’s Road Worlds team

Cycling Australia has been told by an independent Selection Review Panel to reconsider its selections for the women's 2017 Road World Cha...

Chloe Hosking to appeal Road Worlds non-selection: "This is bigger than my personal ego"

Australia’s top ranked female rider, Chloe Hosking, said she plans to appeal the decision by Cycling Australia not to select her as a par...

Giro Rosa Annemiek

Backstage at the Giro Rosa: Bring on next year

The final stage of a hot Giro Rosa has been run and won and while it was Anna van der Breggen (Boels-Dolmans) who kept a firm grip on pin...

Backstage at the Giro Rosa: Getting set for a tough finish

The penultimate stage of the Giro Rosa was hard fought right from the start with temperatures again soaring and early hills to break up t...

Backstage at the Giro Rosa: Throwing everything at it

The sense of urgency ramped up in the battle for the pink jersey, held by Anna van der Breggen (Boels-Dolmans) since Stage 2, in the clim...

Backstage at the Giro Rosa: Still a few tricks up the sleeve

It was as action packed as it was hot for stage 7 of the Giro Rosa with so many riders determined to get off the front and take advantage...

Backstage at the Giro Rosa: Focus, heat and a crash

It was a day for the sprinters at stage 6 of the Giro Rosa as the peloton did three laps of a circuit from the beach side Roseto Degli Ab...

Backstage at the Giro Rosa: Climbing back to that winning feeling

What a day at the Giro Rosa. The climbs for the individual time trial of stage 5 turned out to be ridiculously steep, with gradients of 2...

Backstage at the Giro Rosa: Van Vleuten's loss of focus means a drop in GC

It's a big year for Orica-Scott at the Giro Rosa with a strong contender for the overall in their stable for the first time and, in anoth...

The devil in a dress: The woman who raced the Giro d'Italia

We are well into the 100th edition of the Giro d'Italia, one of the three major Grand Tour races. Women are not allowed to compete in the...

We're hosting a Facebook Live Q&A with Boels-Dolmans and you get to be the interviewer!

We are less than a week away from the 2017 Amgen Breakaway from Heart Disease Women’s Race empowered with SRAM, where 17 teams will battl...

Want to be a professional cyclist? Zwift Academy back in 2017, virtual development team possible

There will be another chance to earn a women's professional cycling contract in your own home in 2017 as the unorthodox cycling talent id...

Unveiling a bike fit for a world champion: Dideriksen's new steed

  It's become a tradition that the rainbow stripes of the world championship jersey are paired with a special bike to match, and so ...

Zwift Academy rider Leah Thorvilson wins Canyon-SRAM contract

Canyon-SRAM has announced the winner of its novel approach to talent identification, the Zwift Academy. Beating out 1,200 participants wo...

The 2016 Ella Awards: celebrating the best of the season

Thanks to a later than usual world championships, us cycling fans got to enjoy a few extra weeks of racing, but for the riders it's been ...

Tessa Fabry wins second women's Melbourne to Warrnambool

Tessa Fabry of the High5 Dream Team has won the second running of the 277 kilometre Anchor Point Women’s Melbourne to Warrnambool, in a s...

CyclingTips Podcast, Episode 13: On equal prize money

As of June 2016, men and women across all disciplines and categories now benefit from equal prize money at all UCI World Championship eve...