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Roglic seizes on UAE mis-step to win Basque Country

UAE's decision to ride for McNulty set Primoz Roglic up for a straightforward overall victory.

Deceuninck-QuickStep goes 1-2 in the Basque Country: Daily News

Kasia Niewiadoma extends contract with Canyon-SRAM through 2024.

USA Cycling addresses Arkansas anti-trans legislation in statement, plans Inclusion Summit

Following the passage of anti-transgender legislation in Arkansas, which is set to host the Cyclocross World Championships next year in t...

Women's Cycling Weekly: Issue 20

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A brief Dictator of Turkmenistan update

He went for a group ride with a few close friends.

The UCI condemns racist abuse directed at Bouhanni

The UCI has condemned the racist abuse that has been directed at Nacer Bouhanni after his relegation from Cholet-Pays de la Loire.

Endura's Simon Richardson dies in a bike accident

Simon Richardson, sales manager for Endura, died on Sunday following a bike accident. Simon was riding in Henley, in the U.K. when the ac...

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Report links Peter Sagan to possible move to Deceuninck-QuickStep

Peter Sagan could reportedly be headed to Deceuninck-QuickStep next year.

Walmart heir and cycling proponent Tom Walton denounces Arkansas anti-trans legislation

In a statement, Tom Walton has denounced a string of anti-transgender policies that have been proposed or passed in Arkansas.

Remco Evenepoel signs the longest extension a Deceuninck-QuickStep rider has ever signed

Remco Evenepoel will be sticking with Deceuninck-QuickStep for the long haul.

Bouhanni speaks out following racial abuse after sprint incident

Nacer Bouhanni shared screenshots of racist abuse that has been directed at him following his disqualification from Cholet-Pays de la Loire.

Mike Woods is 'all in for the Olympics' in 2021

At nearly 35, Mike Woods is feeling the strongest he ever has on the bike.

Schär responds to bottle throw DSQ - "We are the most approachable sport"

The ability to give bottles to fans makes cycling special, pros argue.

Asgreen and Van Vleuten power to Flanders victories: Daily News

Kasper Asgreen and Annemiek van Vleuten took victories at the Tour of Flanders.

Annemiek van Vleuten solos to victory at the Tour of Flanders

Lisa Brennauer sprinted to second ahead of Grace Brown in third.

Kasper Asgreen out-sprints Mathieu van der Poel to win the Tour of Flanders

Kasper Asgreen gets his first career Monument win at the Tour of Flanders.

Doltcini-Van Eyck director Marc Bracke is not welcome at Flanders Classics events, organizer says

Bracke was found guilty of violating the UCI Code of Ethics in October.

Michael Schär DQed from Flanders for littering

Michael Schär was disqualified from the Tour of Flanders on Sunday after throwing away a bottle in a non-designated area.

Two riders kicked out of the Tour of Flanders after early scuffle

Yevgeniy Fedorov and Otto Vergaerde were both kicked out of the Tour of Flanders