Marianne Vos heads into the 2021 season with a new Jumbo-Visma team and a familiar set of goals. Vos, 33, wants to win.
Cecilie Uttrup Ludwig isn't afraid of the peloton's strongest riders, and that attitude could see her claim an elusive first WorldTour win.
As Women’s Tour organizers launch a campaign for new title sponsors, they also question whether live TV is really viable for Women’s WorldTour events
With a stage win in Italy and successes on the track, the young Belgian rider has her sights set on Tokyo 2020 - and beyond.
The Boels-Dolmans team director explains SDWorx's commitment to an independent women's cycling team.
Anna van der Breggen wants to defend her Olympic road race title at the 2020 games in Tokyo. The Dutch champion said she still has the motivation to push herself to win big races.
The new year brings plenty of exciting storylines to follow in pro women's road racing, from the impact of the Tokyo Olympics, to the future of star rider Lorena Wiebes. Here are 10 stories we will be watching.
Pauline Ferrand-Prévot will scale back her racing program on the road in order to focus on mountain biking and cyclocross.
Lucinda Brand is one of the best riders on the road and in cyclocross. She balances the two disciplines by taking short breaks and avoiding back-to-back race weekends.
Brit Lizzie Deignan is excited for the 2020 season, her first full campaign since giving birth to her daughter. "I’m just excited to have a season where it’s not decided by being a new mum."
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