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Five of the most exciting women's transfers for 2022

These riders seem to have found their perfect home for next season.

The Secret Pro on the best and worst of season 2021

Our secret insider is back with his take on the highlights and lowlights from another strange season.

6 breakthrough stars of the 2021 men's racing season

The 2021 season saw a handful of pros take big steps forward.

6 breakthrough stars of the 2021 women's racing season

This season proved to be an important one for several up-and-coming riders.

Remco Evenepoel isn't doing himself any favours

The fallout from Belgium's disappointing home Worlds continues, with young Evenepoel again in focus.

What is going on at Team BikeExchange?

With three riders signed and ten either departing, retiring, or without contracts, the situation at Team BikeExchange is not looking good.

Opinion: Double standards in Paris-Roubaix race imagery

We now have a Paris-Roubaix Femmes and all the imagery that comes along with it, but the reaction to that imagery shows that we still hav...

The new idols of Paris-Roubaix

Paris-Roubaix builds idols, sometimes out of nothing, sometimes chiseled from the already great

How Lizzie Deignan's accidental all-or-nothing attack ended up making history

Deignan made history winning the first Paris-Roubaix Femmes, and her solo move was the best way to tackle such an unpredictable day.

Preview: What you need to know about the men's Paris-Roubaix

Wout van Aert, Mathieu van der Poel, and plenty of other big names will be in action on the pavé on Sunday.

Paris-Roubaix Femmes is more than just a race. It’s a statement

On the eve of the first Paris-Roubaix Femmes, Gracie Elvin writes about why this race carries such symbolic weight.

Where did it all go wrong for the home team in the Flanders Worlds finale?

As the Belgians proved on Sunday, asking your stars to bury themselves with huge pulls for their teammates won't always win you a bike race.

The UCI's plan for a joint U23-elite Worlds road race is a cop-out

The peloton lacks development, and a U23 race would help close the gap between juniors and elites.

In photos: Anna van der Breggen's rise to dominance

On Saturday Van der Breggen will race her bike for the final time

Too late to neutralize: crash leaves just six in stage contention at Simac Ladies Tour

The crash occurred outside the 3 km rule and a neutralization would have caused additional chaos.

What to do with the post-Olympic Blues

In her latest column, Gracie Elvin writes about the hit that mental health can take in the wake of a big event.

The agony and ecstasy of the Olympic Games

As Aussie Olympian Gracie Elvin writes, the biggest sporting event on the planet offers soaring highs, but also crushing lows.

It's been a bit of a weird Tour de France, hasn't it?

Depleted sprint fields, a lopsided GC battle, crashes, lots of breakaway wins – it's been an unusual Tour.

Here's what's coming up in the final week of the Tour de France

There's plenty of reasons to tune in to the final stages of the 2021 Tour.