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‘You can’t not have fun’ – Anya Louw’s big day out at the Tour

The 21-year-old Australian is taking the Tour de France Femmes in her stride.

Breakthrough ride: Niamh Fisher-Black on her Giro d'Italia Donne

The 21-year-old Kiwi reflects on 10 days of battling with the best to claim fifth overall.

Stan Dewulf, the Belgian brewer in the Tour de France peloton

"There’s a big chance I’m the only brewer in the peloton,” says Dewulf, who has gone from homebrewing to a commercially released tripel.

Reinhardt Janse van Rensburg's wild ride from no contract to the Tour de France

In April, after months of scrambling for a contract, Reinhardt Janse van Rensburg packed up his life and moved back to South Africa. Two ...

'Do well with what you have': The Alison Jackson philosophy

Alison Jackson is well known for her joyful TikTok videos, but has so much more to share than just her dance moves.

Valcar-Travel and service: the talent factory of women's cycling

The Italian Valcar Travel and Service women's team developed many of the biggest stars of women's cycling.

Where did Sergio Henao go? Turns out, Arkansas

After a decade in the WorldTour – racing grand tours and winning Paris-Nice – the recently-retired Colombian is back on the bike.

The new kid on the block: getting to know Arnaud De Lie

Six wins from 28 race days is a pretty impressive ratio – especially when you're just 20 years old and a first year pro.

From CX world champ to years in limbo, Thalita de Jong is back

Thalita de Jong has a new start at the team she started her career with ten years ago, and is ready to show she still has the talent.

Meet Ally Wollaston, the Kiwi track racer beating WorldTour riders on the road

The Kiwi track rider has been making a splash on the road in recent weeks.

Danny van Poppel wants to be the best lead-out man in the world

The Dutchman is embracing his new role as Sam Bennett's last man in the sprints.

For Ellen van Dijk, the Hour Record is the 'ultimate challenge'

The TT world champ is both scared and excited for her upcoming attempt at Joss Lowden's record.

Visiting the Valters: At home with Hungarian cycling royalty

Rave music, Buddha and a 27-time national champion dad: this is the story of the Giro d'Attila.

From two rough years to career-best wins: A chat with Paddy Bevin

He had a horrible start to 2022 as well, but the versatile Kiwi is back winning big races.

Where are they now? Emma Johansson is 'being the best me'

The Swedish star retired at her peak, but has few regrets about her life post-pro cycling.

Flora Perkins: From the Hell of the North to the exam hall

The 18-year-old talks finishing Paris-Roubaix ahead of finishing her high school exams.

Meet Seb Piquet, cycling's voice in the eye of the storm

Piquet helps to find order in the chaos of some of the world's biggest bike races.

How the pavé is prepared for Paris-Roubaix

Les Amis de Paris-Roubaix take care of the cobbles ... but only enough to make the race as hard as it is.

Sweary, teary, and so very tired: Fred Wright was the revelation of Flanders

Britain's new Classics contender left it all out on the road. Empty at the finish line, he held back happy tears.

Behind the photo: How photographer Tim De Waele shot the Alaphilippe somersault

Tim De Waele was in the right place at the right time in Saturday's Strade Bianche for 'that picture'.

Meet Ben Tulett, part of the new wave at Ineos Grenadiers

The young Briton showed his potential in the hilly Classics last year, at just 19.