1. Everything You Need To Know About The 2022 Tour De La Provence

    Everything You Need To Know About The 2022 Tour De La Provence

    Jan 21, 2022

    The 2022 Tour de La Provence, an early-season stage race in southern France, will run from February 10 - 13th 2022. The Tour de La Provence is part of a series of races which also includes Etoile de Bessèges - Tour du Gard and Tour des Alpes Maritimes et du Var. All three races serve as early-season preparations for Paris-Nice, the first European WorldTour event.
  2. Chris Froome Pushes Back Return Due To Painful Knee

    Chris Froome Pushes Back Return Due To Painful Knee

    Jan 3, 2022

    Four-time Tour de France champion Chris Froome said on Monday he will delay his return to competition after suffering knee pain while training.
  3. Men, Women To Do Same Time Trial Course At World Road Race Champs

    Men, Women To Do Same Time Trial Course At World Road Race Champs

    Dec 10, 2021

    Time trials for men and women will be held on the same day, course and distance for the first time at cycling's 2022 Road World Championships in Australia, officials said Friday.
  4. Cavendish 'Distressed' By Armed Robbery At His Home

    Cavendish 'Distressed' By Armed Robbery At His Home

    Dec 8, 2021

    Mark Cavendish said his family were "extremely distressed" after a group of armed burglars assaulted the record holder for Tour de France stage wins and threatened his wife in a raid while his children were in the house.
  5. Sprint King Cavendish Seals Extra Year At Quick Step

    Sprint King Cavendish Seals Extra Year At Quick Step

    Dec 7, 2021

    British road cyclist Mark Cavendish on Tuesday extended his contract with current team Deceuninck-Quick Step by a further year.
  6. All Change As Astana Rebrand And Renew

    All Change As Astana Rebrand And Renew

    Dec 3, 2021

    Cycling team Astana unveiled their 2022 line up on Friday rebranded as Astana Qazaqstan and with 15 changes on a roster featuring Italians Gianni Moscon and Vincenzo Nibali and Colombian climber Miguel Angel Lopez.
  7. Deceunink-Quick Step Extends Mark Cavendish's Contract For The 2022 Season

    Deceunink-Quick Step Extends Mark Cavendish's Contract For The 2022 Season

    Dec 2, 2021

    British road cyclist Mark Cavendish will extend his contract with current team Deceunink-Quick Step by a further year, team principal Patrick Lefevere said on Thursday. Cavendish broke a lengthy barren patch of illness, injury and poor form by storming back to win four Tour de France stages in 2021, at the age of 36.
  8. Top Favorites For 2021 U.S. Cyclocross National Championships

    Top Favorites For 2021 U.S. Cyclocross National Championships

    Dec 2, 2021

    Two years after Clara Honsinger and Gage Hecht were crowned national champions outside of Seattle, USA Cycling’s Cyclocross National Championships is back with a full week of collegiate, age group and elite championship races.
  9. Colombian Cyclist Egan Bernal Bids To Reclaim Tour De France Title In 2022

    Colombian Cyclist Egan Bernal Bids To Reclaim Tour De France Title In 2022

    Nov 23, 2021

    Colombian cyclist Egan Bernal will bid to reclaim the Tour de France title in 2022, the Ineos rider confirmed to press in his homeland Tuesday. Bernal won the Tour de France in style aged just 22 in 2019, but the climbing sensation withdrew injured half-way through the 2020 edition and skipped the following year to race and win the Giro d'Italia.
  10. Mark Cavendish Crashes While Racing At Six Days Of Ghent

    Mark Cavendish Crashes While Racing At Six Days Of Ghent

    Nov 22, 2021

    British cyclist Mark Cavendish suffered two broken ribs and a collapsed lung after crashing heavily at the Six Days of Ghent, his Deceuninck Quick-Step team said Monday.
  11. Six Top Favorites For Koksijde Cyclocross World Cup

    Six Top Favorites For Koksijde Cyclocross World Cup

    Nov 17, 2021

    The infamous Duinencross of Koksijde, Belgium returns this Sunday, November 21. The seaside cyclocross World Cup, known for its the vast sand dunes, has the potential to disrupt the current WorldCup standings. Koksijde will be streamed live and on demand to viewers in the U.S. and Canada on FloBikes.
  12. Koksijde Sand Dunes Return To 2021 UCI Cyclocross World Cup

    Koksijde Sand Dunes Return To 2021 UCI Cyclocross World Cup

    Nov 5, 2021

    The Duinencross Koksijde returns on November 21, 2021 after its cancelation due to the coronavirus pandemic in 2020.
  13. Sprinter Elia Viviani Returns To Ineos Grenadiers

    Sprinter Elia Viviani Returns To Ineos Grenadiers

    Nov 2, 2021

    Italian sprinter Elia Viviani has signed on for the next three years with the Ineos cycling team, which on Monday also announced three other new riders, including Omar Fraile. Viviani, who won the track world championship elimination race last week, rode for Cofidis last season but had a spell with the British team run by Dave Brailsford, called Sky at the time, for three years, from 2015 to 2017.
  14. Rain & Mud Predicted For Another Treacherous Overijse Cyclocross World Cup

    Rain & Mud Predicted For Another Treacherous Overijse Cyclocross World Cup

    Oct 27, 2021

    Can anyone break Eli Iserbyt's grip on the UCI Cyclocross World Cup lead? This Sunday in Overijse – with rain and mud predicted – fans will find out.
  15. Zonhoven Cyclocross World Cup Sandpit To Test Riders

    Zonhoven Cyclocross World Cup Sandpit To Test Riders

    Oct 27, 2021

    This upcoming weekend is the start of the European block of 2021 UCI Cyclocross World Cup races on Sunday, October 24. Zonhoven, Belgium hosted the famed sandpit race from 1958 to 1966 and then restarted the race as part of the Telnet Superprestige during the 2009-2010 season. Zonhoven CX was cancelled in 2020 due to COVID-19 but is back in 2021 to kick off a series of Belgian cyclocross World Cup races. The 2020 winners include Belgium’s Toon Aerts and The Netherlands' Annemarie Worst.