Author: Kit Nicholson

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The dwindling options available to Mark Cavendish and co. for 2023

An updated list of the options still available to the male riders desperately searching for a team for next season.

Cherie Pridham, able to 'just be herself' at Lotto Soudal

Pridham talks Grand Tour debut, Thomas De Gendt, and seeing every day as an opportunity in her first year at the iconic Belgian team.

Dublin CX World Cup gave us the bare-knuckle fight we’ve been waiting for

Ireland hosted a thriller event as Fem van Empel and Wout van Aert came out on top, providing top-notch entertainment along the way.

Pierre Rolland hints at possible retirement after B&B Hotels collapse

The Frenchman is one of 20 riders under contract with B&B Hotels, and with just three weeks before 2023, time is running out.

'Men in Glaz' sent scrambling for new teams as last funding hopes fall through

Jérôme Pineau has reportedly told B&B Hotels riders it's time to look for a new team as he fails to pin down sufficient sponsorship.

Tom Pidcock faces a Catch-22: featherweight on the road or more mass for CX?

Pidcock, who is still close to his Tour weight of 58kg, believes he’s at a significant disadvantage compared to his much heftier CX rivals.

‘What I saw’ at the UCI Track Champions League in Berlin

A firsthand account of one night in Berlin’s ‘UFO’ velodrome for round two of the UCI Track Champions League.

Annemiek van Vleuten raises €17,000 for Amy Pieters Foundation and Bikes4Masai

Van Vleuten celebrated “the biggest turnout ever” as she auctioned off old kit at her local bike shop in the Netherlands.

Nairo Quintana could return to Movistar

Trouble is, the Colombian's old team is already full.

Jérôme Pineau is hoping for the best as he awaits answers from would-be sponsors

Mark Cavendish and Audrey Cordon-Ragot remain loyal as B&B Hotels boss assures the team will go forward in 2023.

Lachlan Morton has set his sights on Mark Beaumont's 78-day around the world record

The current world record is 78 days, 14 hours and 40 minutes, set by Scottish long-distance cyclist Mark Beaumont in 2017.

What you need to know about the return of the UCI Track Champions League

Racing bikes in a velodrome under party conditions. What's not to like?

Thank you, Pierre Rolland, for restoring our faith in humanity

A playful Twitter exchange resulted in a self-styled ‘Pierrerollandien’ sharing a meal with his hero this week.

Fun and games and a 'bike race' at the Saitama Criterium

A flock of Tour de France celebs descends on Saitama, Japan for a traditional weekend of culture and light-hearted competition.

Geraint Thomas sets sights on the Giro: Tour de France? Completed it, mate

The route announcements, and distinct lack of TT kilometres in France, solidified the 2018 Tour champion's objectives for 2023.

Time is running out for Cav and co. as Jérôme Pineau’s plans appear in jeopardy

Reports have emerged of riders looking for alternatives as their prospective team boss scrambles for a new major sponsor.

The Brian Robinson story: Paving the way, from Yorkshire to the Tour de France

Brian Robinson died last week aged 91, leaving behind a legacy that built the foundation for decades of British cycling success.

Colbrelli reflects as retirement is confirmed: 'the man covered in mud looks like a superhero'

2021 Paris-Roubaix champion Sonny Colbrelli has confirmed his retirement after suffering cardiac arrhythmia this spring.

Padun and Morton are taking a fleet of bikes to Poland to help displaced Ukrainian juniors

It’s almost a case of history repeating itself for Padun, who fled southeast Ukraine when he was 17 and was taken in by a cycling academy.

Bernal wants to make a Tour de France comeback, but he might not like what he finds

Is there a lost generation between the era of ‘experienced’ Grand Tour winners and today’s fledgling superstars?