The Ardennes, Gila, Yorkshire and more: April is jam-packed with women’s cycling events

 A full month of racing is upon us, starting with the famous and notorious Tour of Flanders on April 2. With four Women’s WorldTour races this month, among them the new women’s races Amstel Gold Race and Liège-Bastogne-Liège, it’s packed and exciting. Ella CyclingTips provides you with an overview of the biggest women’s races this …

Preview: Women’s WorldTour kicks off on the gravel roads of the Strade Bianche this weekend

The iconic white gravel roads of the Strade Bianche will once again host the kick-off event of the UCI Women’s WorldTour this weekend. Now in its second year, the Women’s WorldTour promises to build on its inaugural success with more racing and exposure as women will take on classic men’s events such as the Amstel …

Women’s cyclocross worlds preview: the highly anticipated finale to a stellar season

If last Saturday’s World Cup finale in Hoogerheide was a prelude for the 2017 UCI Cyclocross World Championships this weekend then we are in for a major treat! This season has shown that women’s professional cyclocross is more competitive than ever before. The women’s elite field frequently drew more starters than the men’s, and it …


Who will take home the rainbow jersey?

RICHMOND, USA (CT) – It’s the day before the 2015 Road World Championships women’s road race and excitement is buzzing. Journalists, fans and even the riders themselves are speculating who will take home the rainbow jersey. The cobbled climbs and the weather, as it threatens to rain, are the topics of conversation. If the women’s …


Who will win the women’s team time trial in Richmond?

The team time trial opens the 2015 UCI Road World Championships in Richmond, Virginia, USA on Sunday, September 20. While national teams contest the individual time trial and the road race, the team time trial is raced by trade teams. Six riders from each team will roll out down the start ramp, and the clock …


Vuelta a España preview

The 2014 Vuelta a España begins this Saturday and, judging by the startlist, the Spanish Grand Tour is arguably shaping up to be the best of the lot. Mikkel Conde put together this preview.


Preview: 2014 Critérium du Dauphiné

The Giro d’Italia is over and it’s now time for the first one of two warm-up races for the Tour de France: Critérium du Dauphiné.


Liege-Bastogne-Liege preview

It has been a great European spring of racing. Unfortunately, all good things must come to an end and it’s time for the last of the Spring Classics for 2014: the 100th edition of Liège-Bastogne-Liège. Mikkel Conde wrote the following preview of the race.


Paris-Roubaix preview

With Ronde van Vlaanderen now behind us it’s time for the third big Spring Classic of the season: Paris-Roubaix. Sunday’s race will be the 112th edition of the “Hell of the North” and with all the big favourites on the starting line, we should be in for another great show. Here’s Mikkel Conde’s preview of …


Tour of Flanders Preview

It’s time for the second big Spring Classic of the season: Ronde van Vlaanderen, or the Tour of Flanders. This year we have all the big favourites on the starting line and we should be in for quite a show come Sunday. Here’s Mikkel Conde’s preview of the big race.


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