1. Women's Tour de France To Start At Eiffel Tower

    Women's Tour de France To Start At Eiffel Tower

    Oct 14, 2021

    The route for the inaugural women's Tour de France was unveiled on Thursday with eight stages, embarking from the Eiffel Tower on July 24 next year.
  2. Danish Start For 'Complete' 2022 Tour de France

    Danish Start For 'Complete' 2022 Tour de France

    Oct 14, 2021

    The 2022 Tour de France embarks from Denmark, pushes into Switzerland and Belgium, visits Dunkirk and Lourdes, and features five mountain slogs.
  3. Mud And Glory For Italian Colbrelli At Thrilling Paris-Roubaix

    Mud And Glory For Italian Colbrelli At Thrilling Paris-Roubaix

    Oct 3, 2021

    A mud-spattered Sonny Colbrelli won a three-way cat-and-mouse struggle to claim victory in the epic Paris-Roubaix bike race in dreadful conditions on Sunday.
  4. History-making Deignan Wins First Women's Paris-Roubaix

    History-making Deignan Wins First Women's Paris-Roubaix

    Oct 2, 2021

    British rider Lizzie Deignan won the inaugural women's Paris-Roubaix bike race on Saturday with a solo breakawayacross the muddy, cobblestoned mining roads where many of her rivals sufferednasty falls.
  5. Alex Aranburu Joins Movistar In 2022

    Alex Aranburu Joins Movistar In 2022

    Sep 29, 2021

    Basque puncher Alex Aranburu has signed a three-year deal with Movistar, the Spanish team announced on Wednesday while Italian 'bad boy' Gianni Moscon has taken his place at Astana.
  6. 2022 Paris-Roubaix Moves To A Week Later

    2022 Paris-Roubaix Moves To A Week Later

    Sep 29, 2021

    The 2022 Paris-Roubaix cycling classic will be moved a week later due to the French presidential election, race organiser Amaury Sport Organisation (ASO) said on Wednesday.
  7. Roubaix Organizers Busy Weeding As Grass Grows On Rolling Cobblestones

    Roubaix Organizers Busy Weeding As Grass Grows On Rolling Cobblestones

    Sep 29, 2021

    The organisers of Paris-Roubaix, which returns on Sunday, have been battling grass that has sprouted along some of its famed cobbled sectors during the two-and-a-half year coronavirus hiatus. The "queen of the classics" was postponed and then cancelled last year and postponed again last spring. It was last run in April 2019, when the Belgian Philippe Gilbert won.
  8. Smart Tactics And A Defensive Team Keep The Rainbow Jersey In France

    Smart Tactics And A Defensive Team Keep The Rainbow Jersey In France

    Sep 26, 2021

    Title holder Julian Alaphilippe won cycling's world championships road race on Sunday, after dropping all of his rivals following a series of solo attacks on Flanders' cobbled hills. The Frenchman attacked from 50km out to create an elite group of 17 riders, then again from 15km to edge away to a solo victory in an epic 268km struggle through cycling's heartland. As road race world champion, Alaphilippe will race the next year wearing the fabled rainbow jersey another year after winning in similar fashion at the 2020 event in Italy.
  9. Dutch Riders Four-Year Win Streak Ends In Flanders, Belgium

    Dutch Riders Four-Year Win Streak Ends In Flanders, Belgium

    Sep 25, 2021

    Italy's Elisa Balsamo won the women's world road race title on Saturday ending a four-year run of success for Dutch riders. The 23-year-old held off a challenge by the Netherlands' three-time champion Marianne Vos to take the rainbow jersey after a gruelling 157.7 kilometres ride under clear blue skies. Balsamo crossed the line with her arms spread wide in celebration as she became the first Italian to win the title since Giorgia Bronzini won the second of her two titles in 2011.
  10. Tony Martin Ends Career In Style, Captures Gold In Mixed Team Time Trial

    Tony Martin Ends Career In Style, Captures Gold In Mixed Team Time Trial

    Sep 23, 2021

    Tony Martin ended his career in style on Wednesday after helping Germany to win the mixed relay time-trial title at cycling's world championships in Flanders.
  11. Ellen Van Dijk Claims Second Rainbow Jersey, Ahead Of Reusser, Van Vlueten

    Ellen Van Dijk Claims Second Rainbow Jersey, Ahead Of Reusser, Van Vlueten

    Sep 20, 2021

    European road race champion Ellen Van Dijk of the Netherlands claimed a second time-trial title at cycling's world championships on Monday after finishing ahead of Marlen Reusser and Annemiek Van Vlueten. The 34-year-old Van Dijk was 10 seconds faster than Switzerland's Reusser, who was also runner-up in the Olympic event in July, and 24sec ahead of her compatriot Van Vleuten, who won in Tokyo. Van Dijk went down the ramp over an hour before her key rivals and had a "quite horrible" nervous wait in the leader's hot seat.
  12. Filippo Ganna Defends Rainbow Jersey, Belgium Riders Round Out Podium

    Filippo Ganna Defends Rainbow Jersey, Belgium Riders Round Out Podium

    Sep 19, 2021

    Italy's Filippo Ganna retained his time-trial crown at cycling's world championships in Bruges on Sunday. The 25-year-old Ineos rider defended his title by beating local favourite Wout Van Aert (Jumbo) by five seconds in a carbon copy of last year's outcome. Another Belgium rider,  Remco Evenepoel took third, 43sec back at the end of a flat 43.3km course in the opening event of the championships in the Belgian city.
  13. Kristen Faulkner Is A Top Underdog For Women's World Championship Road Race

    Kristen Faulkner Is A Top Underdog For Women's World Championship Road Race

    Sep 18, 2021

    The UCI Road World Championships road races in Flanders, Belgium take place Sept. 25-26. The Flanders region is a hotbed for professional cycling, known for its steep and often cobbled climbs. Both the elite men's and women's road races begin in Antwerp and feature multiple complex circuits which will give racers and fans a taste of quintessential Belgian bike racing before finishing on Leuven's Geldenaaksevest.
  14. Jasper Stuyven Is A Serious Underdog For 2021 UCI Road World Championships

    Jasper Stuyven Is A Serious Underdog For 2021 UCI Road World Championships

    Sep 18, 2021

    The UCI Road World Championship road races in Flanders, Belgium take place Sept. 25-26. The Flanders region is a hotbed for professional cycling, known for its steep and often cobbled climbs. Both the elite men's and women's road races begin in Antwerp and feature multiple complex circuits which will give racers and fans a taste of quintessential Belgian bike racing before finishing on Leuven's Geldenaaksevest.
  15. Amber Neben, Lawson Craddock Among Top Underdogs For TT World Championships

    Amber Neben, Lawson Craddock Among Top Underdogs For TT World Championships

    Sep 18, 2021

    “The Race of Truth ' comes to the 2021 UCI Road World Championships in Knokke-Heist, Belgium, in the form of a 30.3km time trial for the elite women on Sept. 20. The elite men will race 43.3km on a similar, longer course the day before. Both races will pass through Damme before finishing in the heart of Bruges.