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Italian team Vini Zabù faces potentially fatal financial difficulties

It has not been a good year for team Vini Zabù. After being forced to withdraw from the 2021 Giro, the team now faces an uncertain future.

A dominant Eli Iserbyt gets his World Cup campaign off to a blistering start

European CX champion Eli Iserbyt was a level above the competition on his way to World Cup round one victory.

Marianne Vos triumphs in the first round of the CX World Cup

Not long off the plane from Europe, Marianne Vos took a well-earned World Cup victory after battling it out with Lucinda Brand.

Marion Rousse is taking charge of the Tour de France Femmes

Former professional cyclist Marion Rousse has been appointed director of the women’s Tour de France by organisers ASO.

Dan Martin is content after his last race: ‘It’s time to move on’

Dan Martin chose Il Lombardia for his last race before retiring, and a hard day on the bike confirmed that it was the right decision.

Pogačar: ‘After the Tour I was very good one day, not at all the next’

The two-time Tour de France winner now has as many Monuments to his name, but he’s struggled with his form since the summer.

Adam Yates had luck on his side at Il Lombardia

Adam Yates is the first Brit to make the Il Lombardia podium since Tom Simpson.

Tadej Pogačar wins two-up sprint to take his second Monument of 2021

Tadej Pogačar out-sprinted local man Fausto Masnada to win Il Lombardia.

Elisa Balsamo takes her first win in the rainbow bands

Elisa Balsamo takes the final stage as Demi Vollering confirms overall victory at the Women's Tour.

Coryn Labecki will race for Jumbo-Visma in 2022

The American sprinter heads to Jumbo-Visma women after five successful years with Team DSM.

Florian Vermeersch is not interested in your Tom Boonen comparisons

Paris-Roubaix runner-up Florian Vermeersch seems to have a lot in common with Tom Boonen, but he’s determined to focus on his own path.

Matteo Jorgenson’s dirty day at Paris-Roubaix

After getting into the breakaway at his debut Paris-Roubaix, Matteo Jorgenson (Movistar) finished strong despite an ill-timed "number two".

Sonny Colbrelli emerges out of the mud victorious at Paris-Roubaix

903 days after it was last raced, the 118th edition of Paris-Roubaix ended in victory for Sonny Colbrelli (Bahrain-Victorious) in his debut.

Jolien d’Hoore fought through the pain to finish the last race of her career

Jolien d’Hoore chose the first ever Paris-Roubaix Femmes for her last race before retirement, but it wasn’t the final bow she hoped for.

Annemiek van Vleuten’s season is over after crashing at Paris-Roubaix

Van Vleuten faces bed-bound recovery after fracturing her pubic bone in a hard fall during Paris-Roubaix Femmes.

Marianne Vos: ‘The rain, wind and mud made it a wonderful first edition’

Runner-up Marianne Vos reflects on a “fantastic” first ever women’s Paris-Roubaix.

Lizzie Deignan makes history as the first ever winner of Paris-Roubaix Femmes

Deignan becomes the first woman and the first Brit ever to win Paris-Roubaix after leading the race from 82 km to go.

Tom Pidcock expected a crazy race, but was still surprised by Alaphilippe

The young Brit finished sixth in the World Championship road race after missing the winning move.

Alaphilippe and Voeckler explain how it all went right for the French team

France executed a carefully laid plan that saw Alaphilippe win a second consecutive world title, although that last part was improvised...

Julian Alaphilippe solos to a second straight world title

The fans were out in force to watch the Frenchman ride to a second consecutive World Championship victory in Leuven, Belgium.

Lizzie Deignan reckons the Italians had won even before the sprint

2015 world champion Lizzie Deignan says, “if you give the Italians a sniff of a sprint in a World Championships, they’re going to take it”