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Fayetteville 2022 race director steps down

The race director of the 2022 Fayetteville cyclocross world championships steps down.

Simon Carr is flying under the radar ... for now

Simon Carr went under the radar for quite some time but has now started his steady rise in the peloton.

From Alaska to the Kwaremont: The spectacular rise of Kristen Faulkner

She only joined the pro peloton last year, with barely any racing experience. This month she went top-10 at the Tour of Flanders.

Ellen van Dijk dreams of a solo win in Roubaix

Ellen van Dijk is looking forward to Flanders' holy week and has her fingers crossed for Paris-Roubaix.

Remembering Antoine Demoitié, five years on

In 2016 Antoine Demoitie died after an accident in Gent-Wevelgem. Five years later he is still part of the lives of many.

The WorldTour siblings: two different riders, one shared love of cycling

Mathias and Emma Norsgaard are the first brother and sister pairing at a WorldTour team.

E3 SaxoBank Classic implements new barriers

The E3 SaxoBank Classic will use innovative new barriers to increase safety in the final kilometer of the race. The barriers also prevent...

Cecilie Uttrup Ludwig: 'If I had the recipe to happiness I would get rich'

Cecilie Uttrup Ludwig is one of the brightest talents of the peloton, both on and off the bike.

Prize money is only one of the ways to progress women’s cycling

Flanders Classics' Maja Leye responds to the prize money storm. She feels that Flanders Classics should have maybe tooted their own horn ...

Where are they now? Flanders and Roubaix winner Peter Van Petegem

Now 51, Peter Van Petegem looks back at his great career and reveals what he's up to these days.

Tadej Pogacar extends contract with UAE Emirates through 2026

Tadej Pogacar adds another two years to his contract with UAE Team Emirates. The Slovenian Tour de France winner will continue riding for...

The show must go on: How the Spring Classics are being run in COVID times

Last year the Tour of Flanders and Gent-Wevelgem showed that one-day Classics can be run in COVID times. In 2021 they face a different se...

Cyclocross stars Alvarado and Cant invited to Paris-Roubaix

On the list of Roubaix wildcard teams is Ciclismo Mundial, the team of cyclocross stars like Ceylin Alvarado and Sanne Cant.

From the Olympics to the Spring Classics, Megan Jastrab wants it all

One of the sport's most talented prospects is mixing road and track, at least for now.

Ayesha McGowan on her way to Women's World Tour with Liv Racing

Liv Racing announced that Ayesha McGowan will be part of their UCI Women's World Tour team as a trainee on August 1st. The American got h...

Women’s Tour postponed to October

The Women’s Tour, due to start June 7th, has been postponed due to uncertainty around the COVID-19 pandemic.

Route revealed: 2021 Vuelta a España to end with long time trial

The 2021 Vuelta a Espana route will feature a pile of uphill finishes and a long final time trial

Thibaut Pinot hopes to remain a Grand Tour contender at Giro d'Italia

Pinot opts for the Giro d’Italia in 2021 instead to regain confidence in Grand Tours again. “In 2019 I only had one bad day in three week...

Steve Cummings joins Ineos-Grenadiers as Director

Steve Cummings joins Ineos-Grenadiers as development sports director and coach. The 39-year-old former rider from Great Britain retired f...

Amstel Gold Circuit Race? Dutch classic proposes a radical course redesign in 2021

The Amstel Gold Race is preparing for a race behind closed doors this April on a circuit of around 18 kilometres.

Amalie Dideriksen on new beginnings at Trek-Segafredo, the Olympics, and more

After the first six years of her career at Boels-Dolmans, the Dane is with another superteam in 2021, Trek-Segafredo.