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FulGaz has been acquired by The Ironman Group

The Australian-made virtual riding platform will expand under its new ownership.

How a volunteer group of cyclists fought COVID and delivered hope

A community-led courier service to protect the elderly, the disabled, and the isolating will be nominated for a Nobel Peace Prize. 

Into the Lion's Den criterium attracts women's WorldTour attention

Liv Racing, Team DSM, and SD Worx will be present at the new criterium event in California.

Israel Start-Up Nation picks up Giacomo Nizzolo for 2022

Nizzolo joins the team on a two-year deal.

EF and Cannondale announce grants for Tribal and HBCU collegiate cycling programs

Three universities in the USA will launch new cycling programs this year and EF Pro Cycling, Cannondale, and USA Cycling have come on boa...

Cycling contributes $6.3 billion a year to the Australian economy

Roughly 1.7 million bikes were bought in Australia in 2020.

WADA investigation finds that British Cycling engaged in its own testing of riders

Operation Echo finds that British Cycling undertook its own testing of riders, violating WADA rules.

Five new women's teams have applied for WorldTeam status in 2022

All nine existing women's WorldTeams have applied for renewal.

Former USA Crits director Scott Morris addresses SafeSport suspension

Scott Morris has responded to the news of his SafeSport suspension in an interview with VeloNews.

Victor Campenaerts is returning to Lotto Soudal

The Hour Record holder is headed back to Lotto Soudal on a three-year deal.

Pro crit teams respond to USA Crits director’s SafeSport ban

In a statement sent to VeloNews, several crit-racing teams have responded to SafeSport allegations regarding the now-former managing dire...

Movistar completes 2022 roster with addition of Arlenis Sierra

Arlenis Sierra is the 14th and last rider for Team Movistar for 2022. Emma Norsgaard and Annemiek van Vleuten will be the two most import...

Outgoing DS José Luis Arrieta is considering legal action against Movistar

Movistar’s series of unfortunate events gets another episode as Arrieta considers legal action at the end of a decade on the staff.

L39ION pulls out of USA Crits as managing director dismissed over SafeSport ban

L39ION's concerns center on USA Crits' longtime managing director Scott Morris, who has now been dismissed.

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.

Manuela Fundación agreed to pay about €7 million for Mitchelton-Scott before deal collapsed

A report in Marca reveals details of the deal that fell through last year.

Alexey Lutsenko wins the first pros-only gravel race

The inaugural edition of the Serenissima Gravel, run by Filippo Pozzato, took place on Friday in Italy.

Qhubeka-NextHash has not yet applied for a WorldTour license for 2022

"We are actively engaged with potential partners, and our current partners, as we work to secure our future for 2022," says Douglas Ryder.

Miguel Ángel López is officially headed back to Astana

Miguel Ángel López will join Astana Qazaqstan in 2022 on a two-year deal.

Teams will represent cities at the inaugural Into the Lion's Den race

The men's race at the upcoming Into the Lion's Den event will see teams racing for specific places, mirroring other major sports.

Tadej Pogačar likes the 2022 Tour route but he's wary of wind and cobbles

The defending champ is "really looking forward" to racing the 2022 Tour.