Should we be excited about the new mountainous route for La Course? It may be exciting, but it isn't enough for women's cycling.
La Course, the Tour de France's one-day women's race, will move to the mountains for 2017, leaving the Champs-Élysées behind.
La Course may expand to a multi-day stage race, after Thuringen Rundfart is asked to move to earlier dates, to the organizers' dismay.
Video highlights from the biggest women's race of the season, La Course by Le Tour de France, won by Chloe Hosking of Australia.
The top women's racers take to the Champs for La Course. Australian Chloe Hosking claims the biggest win of her life in a frantic sprint.
Chloe Hosking triumphs on the Champs-Élysées in La Course by Le Tour de France
It’s the kamikaze solo attacks, aggressive battles for position, and blazing, head-to-head sprints that make La Course the most exciting
The 25-year-old Dutch rider is a legitimate contender in the women's road race at the upcoming Richmond worlds.
Scenes from Sunday's La Course by Le Tour, won by Anna van der Breggen on rain-soaked Paris roads
Sunday's La Course by Le Tour was contested in dismal conditions. Bigla's Vera Koedooder captured all the action from inside the peloton.