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Preview: The route and riders to watch for the women's Liège-Bastogne-Liège

After Anna van der Breggen took her sixth consecutive title at La Flèche Wallonne on Wednesday, the Ardennes Classics continue with Liège...

Women’s teams of 2020: Who’s committing to the UCI’s new guidelines, who’s not, and why

In early October, in the final weeks of the cycling season, the UCI announces the teams that have filed applications to compete at the di...

Interview: Marianne Vos on the year she got her groove back

A disappointing start to 2018 that turned into a spectacular return to full potential. It has been a year of mixed results for Marianne V...

The boss is back: Ina Teutenberg returns as Trek women’s team director

Five years ago the women’s peloton lost one of its most powerful voices when Ina-Yoko Teutenberg crashed hard at Drentse 8 and suffered a...

Preview: The 2018 Women's Tour of Flanders

With its 102-year history, The Ronde van Vlaanderen – the Tour of Flanders – is a monument of cycling. It's arguably the biggest cycling ...

Smaller fields and ‘true’ Women's WorldTour teams are coming, says UCI

With an exciting Women's WorldTour and World Road Championships behind us, the road season is coming to a close. While some cyclists are ...

Fans save cancelled Philly Cycling Classic; race to return as "Independence Classic" in 2018

The iconic Philadelphia International Cycling Classic is set to make a return in 2018, the Philadelphia Bicycle Coalition announced. When...

Worlds and the UCIWWT final: the season comes to a close in September

We have entered the month of September, and the 2017 UCI Road World Championships in Bergen, Norway, are just a few short weeks away. Ala...

August in Scandinavia: The women's peloton travels to Eurochamps, Vårgårda and Tour of Norway

As we are inching closer to the 2017 UCI Road World Championships in Bergen, Norway, in September, the women's peloton is getting plenty ...

Thüringen Rundfahrt, La Course and RideLondon highlight big women's cycling month in July

July was off to a great start for women's cycling with the Giro Rosa running from June 30 to July 9. The only remaining Grand Tour for wo...

Women's Tour and National Championships highlight women's cycling in June

And just like that it's June: the month of national road championships and the start of crit season. With so many pro riders in the north...

Seven talking points from the first half of the Women's WorldTour

  As the pro peloton is enjoying a little down time due to the cancelled Philadelphia International Cycling Classic, it's time for u...

Off to China, California and Spain: the women's peloton is travelling the world in May

There are only two Women's WorldTour events in May, but they're long and on either sides of the world. May racing starts off with the Tou...

Anna van der Breggen is the Queen of the Ardennes, winning the inaugural women's Liège-Bastogne-Liège

A hard race on paper made even tougher by furious attacks, the inaugural women's Liège-Bastogne-Liège did not disappoint. Showing impecca...

Anna van der Breggen pulls a hat trick at Flèche Wallonne

Anna van der Breggen said beforehand that she didn't necessarily need to win Flèche Wallonne herself as she was eager to help her new tea...

Anna van der Breggen powers to a solo victory at women's Amstel Gold Race return

Joining an exclusive winner list of Debby Mansveld, Leontien van Moorsel and Nicole Cooke, Anna van der Breggen (Boels-Dolmans) crowned h...

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

 There was a full month of racing in April, which started with the famous and notorious Tour of Flanders on April 2. With four Women's Wo...

Coryn Rivera becomes first American to win Tour of Flanders in nail biter finale

Coryn Rivera (Sunweb) today made history when she became the first American to ever win the Tour of Flanders. The 14th edition of the wom...

The battle in Belgium: The women's peloton readies for Flanders

With its 101-year history, The Ronde van Vlaanderen – the Tour of Flanders – is a Monument of cycling. It's arguably the biggest cycling ...

Lotta Lepistö takes her first Women's WorldTour win in photo finish at Gent-Wevelgem

An exciting finale full of attacks ultimately led to nothing, and so it came down to a sprinters' battle in the finale of round four of t...

Five things to know about the women’s Gent-Wevelgem WorldTour race

Exactly one year ago, bombs went off at the Belgian airport Brussels-Zaventem and at the underground station Maalbeek, making it uncertai...