Tour of Flanders Winners and Records
Mar 25, 2023The Tour of Flanders or what the Flemish call the Ronde van Vlaanderen is the biggest day in of the year in Belgian cycling, and perhaps in all of Belgium.
Remco Evenepoel And Primoz Roglic To Face Tadej Pogacar At Tour De France?
Mar 23, 2023
After the Volta a Catalunya success, could Remco Evenepoel and Primoz Roglic go to the Tour de France to take on Tadej Pogacar?
The Making Of Tadej Pogacar's 2023 Tour de France Team
Mar 22, 2023
Just how did Tadej Pogacar's team improve for the 2023 season and the Tour de France?
Neilson Powless: Positioning For Success
Mar 1, 2023
Neilson Powless made massive steps since his Tour of California breakthrough to get to this point ahead of 2023.
Mathieu Van Der Poel Says Wout Van Aert Duel Will Continue In The Spring Classics
Feb 6, 2023
Mathieu van der Poel, after the UCI cyclocross world championships, says Wout van Aert duel will continue in the 2023 spring classics.
Mark Cavendish Can Win At The Tour de France, But It's Going To Be A Hard Year
Feb 3, 2023
Mark Cavendish can win again and set the record at the Tour de France, but it's going to be a hard year say his rivals.
Tadej Pogacar Payback - UAE Eyeing Tour de France Revenge
Feb 1, 2023
Tadej Pogacar is looking for payback and UAE Team Emirates is eyeing revenge in the 2023 Tour de France.
Magnus Sheffield Eyes Grand Tour Debut In Tour De France
Jan 26, 2023
Magnus Sheffield eyes making his grand tour debut at the 2023 Tour de France with team Ineos.
How Jay Vine Went From Zero To Hero In The Tour Down Under
Jan 23, 2023
Jay Vine was refused to race the Tour Down Under in 2020, now he won it in his first participation.
Top 10 Women Transfers Ahead Of The 2023 Season
Nov 10, 2022In 2023, teams such as AG Insurance-Soudal Quick-Step are investing into womens cycling and many other teams are growing their programs across various cycling disciplines.
Jonas Vingegaard Reflects On His Meteoric Rise To Tour De France Victory
Nov 8, 2022
Jonas Vingegaard was a relative nobody until the day he attacked Tadej Pogačar on Mount Ventoux in 2021. As the 2022 season comes to a close, the Dane reflects on his Tour de France success and resulting journey from anonymity to stardom.
Choosing Argentina | Sofia Gomez Villafañe
Sep 15, 2022
In honor of National Hispanic Heritage Month, FloBikes presents Choosing Argentina, the story of Sofia Gomez Villafañe's path to embracing her Argentine roots through professional cycling. Sofia was born in Esquel, Argentina, and at the age of 12, moved to the United States. In college, she began to distinguish herself as a cyclist with great potential. Soon thereafter, when presented with the opportunity to compete at the world championships, she had to choose whether she would represent the country in which she lives, or the country that she is from.
Payson McElveen Wants A Win At Leadville Above All Else
Aug 2, 2022
Meet Payson McElveen, one of the top Life Time Grand Prix presented by Mazda athletes. McElveen has a history of near misses at Leadville and is eager to top the podium. McElveen currently sits in 13th place in the men's overall standings, but is just now finding his stride after missing the opening Sea Otter Classic due to injuries sustained in a crash this spring. Mountain bikers have asserted their dominance thus far in the six-race series, with power couple Keegan Swenson and Sofia Gomez Villafane leading the men's and women's fields. McElveen has ground to cover, should he hope to make a run at Swenson's lead. Both riders know the 100-mile high altitude course well. Can McElveen make inroad on the series lead on August 13th?
Hugo Houle's Victory Was One For The Peloton's Working Class Domestiques
Jul 22, 2022
Every rider dreams of winning a stage of the Tour de France, but for so many, the WorldTour becomes a life of sacrifice for their team leaders. Hugo Houle's stage 16 victory was the first win of his 12-year career, and represents the grit, determination and work ethic needed to find glory in this sport.
For Ten Years, Hugo Houle Has Been Racing For His Brother
Jul 19, 2022
Hugo Houle found his brother lying dead on the side of the road in 2012. The Canadian has spent the last ten years working to win a stage of the Tour de France to honor Pierrick, who was killed by a drunk driver. On today's stage 16 of the 2022 Tour de France, Hugo's mission came to an end.