1. Remco Evenepoel, Annemiek Van Vleuten Win Velo d'Or awards

    Remco Evenepoel, Annemiek Van Vleuten Win Velo d'Or awards

    Dec 1, 2022

    Vuelta champion Remco Evenepoel was rewarded for a prolific season in the saddle by winning the coveted Vélo d'Or trophy on Thursday.
  2. Olympics Mean No Paris Finish For 2024 Tour de France

    Olympics Mean No Paris Finish For 2024 Tour de France

    Dec 1, 2022

    For the first time since 1905, the Tour de France will not make its usual finish in Paris in 2024, closing instead with a time trial in Nice, organizers announced on Thursday.
  3. USA Cycling Cyclocross Nationals Return To Hartford

    USA Cycling Cyclocross Nationals Return To Hartford

    Nov 30, 2022

    The USA Cycling Cyclocross National Championships returns to Hartford, Connecticut, for the first time since 2017. Racing begins on Tuesday, December 6, with the amateur categories.
  4. Former Italian Cycling Champion Davide Rebellin Killed In Road Accident

    Former Italian Cycling Champion Davide Rebellin Killed In Road Accident

    Nov 30, 2022

    Former Italian cycling champion and one-time Olympic silver medallist Davide Rebellin has died after a hit-and-run collision involving him and a truck near his home in the Venice region, local media reported on Wednesday.
  5. Tour de France Cliffhanger As Erosion Forces Stage Rethink

    Tour de France Cliffhanger As Erosion Forces Stage Rethink

    Nov 27, 2022

    The route of the third stage of the Tour de France will have to be partly modified following erosion of a cliffside road, a spokesman for the Pyrenees-Atlantiques department said Friday.
  6. Three Favorites For Women's 2022 Beeske Bergen Cyclocross World Cup

    Three Favorites For Women's 2022 Beeske Bergen Cyclocross World Cup

    Nov 11, 2022

    The fifth stop of the UCI Cyclocross World Cup series takes place this weekend in Hilvarenbeek, Netherlands at the Beekse Bergen Safari. Beekse Bergen is a new and unique venue on the World Cup circuit. The course features a sandy beach, and the surrounding safari is home to over 1200 animals.
  7. Three Favorites For Men's 2022 Beeske Bergen Cyclocross World Cup

    Three Favorites For Men's 2022 Beeske Bergen Cyclocross World Cup

    Nov 11, 2022

    Beekse Bergen Safari will play host to the fifth stop of the UCI Cyclocross World Cup series that takes place this weekend in Hilvarenbeek, The Netherlands. A new cyclocross venue for the 2022-23 season, the safari boasts a sandy beach and over 1200 animals living on-site.
  8. Nairo Quintana's Tour De France Disqualification Confirmed By CAS

    Nairo Quintana's Tour De France Disqualification Confirmed By CAS

    Nov 3, 2022

    The Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) on Thursday rejected Colombian Nairo Quintana's appeal against his disqualification during the last Tour de France for using a banned painkiller.
  9. Marianne Vos Will Put The Youth To The Test In Maasmechelen

    Marianne Vos Will Put The Youth To The Test In Maasmechelen

    Oct 28, 2022

    Marianne Vos, eight-time UCI Cyclocross World Champion is set to enter the World Cup fray this weekend in Maasmechelen, where she will have to contend with a new wave of cyclocross talent.
  10. Lucinda Brand Has Successful Surgery On Fractured Hand After UCI CXWC Tabor

    Lucinda Brand Has Successful Surgery On Fractured Hand After UCI CXWC Tabor

    Oct 24, 2022

    While warming-up for the Tabor UCI Cyclocross World Cup European Cyclocross champion Lucinda Brand crashed, fracturing her hand.
  11. Mark Cavendish Turns To New Team In Bid For Tour De France Record

    Mark Cavendish Turns To New Team In Bid For Tour De France Record

    Oct 17, 2022

    British rider Mark Cavendish, targeting a record number of Tour de France stage wins, is set to join the B&B Hotels-KTM team, a source close to the French outfit said Monday.
  12. Top Women Favorites For The 2022 Fayetteville UCI Cyclocross World Cup

    Top Women Favorites For The 2022 Fayetteville UCI Cyclocross World Cup

    Oct 12, 2022

    The second round of the UCI Cyclocross World Cup takes place this weekend in Fayetteville, Arkansas, and boasts a nearly identical startlist to the Waterloo World Cup. The Fayetteville ‘OZ Cup’ course will be familiar to many, as it hosted the UCI Cyclocross World Championship earlier this year. There is a good possibility of rain the day before the Elite racers hit the course so the course conditions could race differently than the fast, dry conditions in January at World Championships.
  13. Top Men Favorites For The 2022 Fayetteville UCI Cyclocross World Cup

    Top Men Favorites For The 2022 Fayetteville UCI Cyclocross World Cup

    Oct 12, 2022

    The second round of the UCI Cyclocross World Cup takes place this weekend in Fayetteville, Arkansas, and boasts a nearly identical startlist to the Waterloo World Cup. The Fayetteville ‘OZ Cup’ course will be familiar to many, as it hosted the UCI Cyclocross World Championship earlier this year. There is a good possibility of rain the day before the Elite racers hit the course so the course conditions could race differently than the fast, dry conditions in January at World Championships.
  14. Three Men's And Three Women's Favorites For The 2022 Trek Cup

    Three Men's And Three Women's Favorites For The 2022 Trek Cup

    Oct 7, 2022

    The 2022-2023 UCI Cyclocross World Cup kicks off this weekend in Waterloo, Wisconsin. Americans will show up in force for the rare opportunity to line up against Europe’s best on home soil. A highly motivated Baloise-Trek Lions team will be hungry for victory in front of their title sponsor’s headquarters, but there are no shortage of contenders on the startlist. Read on for FloBikes’ picks for the opening round of the World cup.
  15. Everything You Need To Know About The 2022-2023 UCI Cyclocross World Cup

    Everything You Need To Know About The 2022-2023 UCI Cyclocross World Cup

    Oct 7, 2022

    The Cyclocross season officially kicks off October 9 with the first of 14 UCI World Cup rounds in Waterloo, Wisconsin. Rounds follow in Dublin, all over Europe and with the promise of Mathieu van der Poel (Alpecin-Fenix) and Wout Van Aert (Jumbo-Visma) on the grids in a build up to the World Championships on February 5.