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Q&A: Nathan Haas on why he's leaving road racing for gravel

After a decade racing at the highest level on the road, the Australian is after a new challenge.

Matej Mohoric announces MM Foundation to support young Slovenian cyclists

The Slovenian national champion hopes to get more kids on bikes through local events and funding.

Lefevere confirms that Cavendish has signed on to stay with QuickStep-Alpha Vinyl

Patrick Lefevere says that Mark Cavendish has signed a one-year deal to ride on with the team.

Mathieu van der Poel plans a busy year again

Three World Championships in one year? Why not if your name is Mathieu van der Poel!

This pro is improving the world, one training ride at a time

Anthony Roux saw a beer bottle on the roadside, and couldn't ignore it.

Scott Sunderland announced as race director for Wollongong Worlds

The former Aussie pro already has plenty of experience as a race director.

Deceuninck leaves Lefevere, signs on to sponsor Alpecin-Fenix

After bowing out as a sponsor of the team that will become QuickStep-Alpha Vinyl, Deceuninck is adding its name to the kit of Alpecin-Fenix.

Will Julian Alaphilippe chase Tour GC victory? He's not ruling it out

Alaphilippe is an Alabeliever, after all

Antwerp World Cup round cancelled

COVID-19 has claimed yet another cycling event.

Team BikeExchange Jayco confirms rosters for 2022

Team BikeExchange has riders from every continent (minus Antarctica) in 2022.

Eli Iserbyt wins a wet and slippery World Cup Besançon

A defiant Eli Iserbyt takes his 12th victory of the season in round eight of the CX World Cup after going head-to-head with Toon Aerts.

Unstoppable Lucinda Brand wins World Cup Besançon

Lucinda Brand goes solo early on the Besançon course to win the eighth round of the CX World Cup.

Mark Cavendish is recovering at home after Ghent Six crash: ‘I’ll survive’

Comeback Cav is no stranger to recovery: “I always knew that I had the dogged persistence and the work ethic to come back to the top.”

Alejandro Valverde looks to the future as he prepares for his final season

As Valverde lays out his path to his second (and last) Giro d’Italia, he expresses confidence in Movistar’s new generation of leaders.

Unsung Heroes: The Jumbo-Visma Women's Team at the Ladies Tour of Norway

The story of one domestique's winning ride, and the team support that got her there.

11 wins and counting: CX star Eli Iserbyt is having a season to remember

The Belgian has won 65% of the races he's started this season.

Retro gallery: The Gavia Pass turns a peloton to ice

The 1988 Giro d'Italia's date with the Gavia would earn Andy Hampsten a maglia rosa, and other riders a touch of hypothermia.

Lachlan Morton's next adventure is a 1,000km mountain bike race in South Africa

Lachlan Morton is set to race The Munga, which sets out from Bloemfontein on December 1.

Mathieu van der Poel announces 11-race 'cross schedule

Mathieu van der Poel announced his cyclocross schedule with ten races in the Netherlands, Belgium and the USA.

The first Belgian race to offer equal prize money

Nokere Koerse will be the first Belgian road race to equal prize money for the men's and women's races.