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Ranked second in the world, Kaitie Keough ready to challenge Compton's US cyclocross reign

We are less than two weeks out for the 2018 USA Cycling Cyclocross National Championships…

Summer of Racing: Turning up the heat for an Australian women's racing resurgence

There was a time, not so long ago, that Australia was a stalwart on the…

Banned at the start line: National rules on road disc brakes cause confusion

American team Cylance Pro Cycling recently crossed the border into Canada to compete at BC Superweek…

Giro Rosa Sheyla

Giro Rosa stage 7: Sheyla Gutierrez fastest of the break after an action-packed day

In its 28th edition, the Giro Rosa is once again a celebration of women's cycling. As the…

Clearing obstacles: Kaitie Antonneau’s journey from depression to self-acceptance

With the start of the new year comes Kaitie Antonneau's sixth year with the Cannondale…

The transfer carousel comes to a stop: could we see a more level playing field in the Women's WorldTour?

As the year is coming to an end, so is the transfer season. Contracts have…

The memorable moments that happen between the results

Results are wins, losses, disasters and sometimes easily structured into acronyms –DNS. DNF. DFL. WTF.…

Cylance bolsters 2017 roster with world-class sprinters Kirsten Wild and Dani King

Building on their successful inaugural year, the American-registered Cylance Pro Cycling Team is significantly bolstering…

A Day in the Life of Pro Cyclist Valentina Scandolara: at home in the mountains with Alvin, family and good food

After taking on the iconic cobbled roads of the Champs-Elysees for the third annual La…

"May all your pain turn to champagne": Rider diary from La Course

There is nothing quite like Paris in July, and apparently everyone thinks so because everyone…

Why I Still Race Bikes

  Earlier this year, endurance rider Sarah Hammond penned a short but to-the-point article for…

Nail biting finale sees Majerus win the opening stage of the Aviva Women's Tour

Ninety-one women took the starting line in Sourthwold, England, this morning for the first stage…