The 11-day event will combine 13 world championship disciplines, including track, road, and mountain bike, but there will be no cyclocross.
The Dutchman made a high-profile move to BikeExchange-Jayco over the winter, despite having two more years on his Jumbo-Visma contract.
Our VeloNews European team picks the rivalries they will be watching on the road in 2022.
The five-day Spanish race will see the riders go off-road with a race-defining summit finish on the Alto Antenas del Maigmó Tibi.
Go down memory lane with Marianne Vos and each of her cyclocross world titles, from her first in 2006 to her eighth in 2022.
The Dutch woman has dominated cycling for almost two decades and took an unprecedented eighth cyclocross world title in Fayetteville.
The Dutch rider lost consciousness when she crashed during a training ride with national team members in December.
Doctors at the Clínica Universidad de La Sabana say the Colombian continues to respond well to treatment following his crash Monday.
Updated: Colombian police open official inquiry in events surrounding crash.
Who will be the peloton's next Remco or Demi? VeloNews' European team picks the riders they'll be watching this season.
The Dutch sprinter says he was 'not the same person on the bike' in 2021 and sees his move to BikeExchange-Jayco as an opportunity to start afresh.
The Colombian suffered fractured vertebrae, right femur, right patella, chest trauma, a punctured lung, and fractured ribs after colliding with a bus.
Lael Wilcox and Jenny Graham ride Iceland's stunning Continental Divide and explore how the country is making the most of its natural resources.
Nairo Quintana, Miguel Ángel Lopez, Daniel Martínez, Michal Kwiatkowski, and more voice their support for Egan Bernal following his accident.
The Italian time trial and road race champion says she wants to feel like she's 'given everything' in her racing this season.
Annemiek van Vleuten could become one of the greatest of all time if she can pull off her ambitious 2022 targets.
The WorldTour team's new development squad will feature riders from four different continents and seven countries.
Annemiek van Vleuten sets her sights on some big targets in 2022, including the road world championships in Australia.
Tom Dumoulin says that he's in a very different place after his sabbatical in 2021 and he's happy to share leadership roles with others.
Floortje Mackaij is still just 26 but she's one of the most experienced riders in the bunch as she enters her 10th year in the pro peloton.
Kuurne-Brussel-Kuurne will bypass the Oude Kwaremont in 2022 as it heads to the Hainaut Ardennes for three new climbs.
The Dutch sprinter is keen to get back to racing at the Tour de France after a two-year absence from the race.
The Tour de France has a difficult challenge on its hands as it tries to reduce its environmental impact. VeloNews looks at what is it doing to change its ways.
A growing number of teams are addressing their impact on the climate, such as Movistar and Quick-Step, but there is much more to be done.
Doctors removed scar tissue around the Dutchman's knee as he's sidelined from racing due to a non-related back injury.
Michael Woods considered living off-grid in an effort to reduce his environmental impact, while cycling is for life and not just work for Alison Jackson.
The activity of cycling is one of the greenest out there, but does the bike industry match up to that? What is the environmental impact of making a bike?
The American rider will ride two grand tours in a season for the first time and hopes to get his own opportunities while also supporting Tadej Pogačar.
Rather than trying to become a brand, the UCI should focus more on being a good governing body.
A delve into the 14 WorldTeams for 2022, who they are, who is riding for them, and what to expect.
With 25 races, the 2022 Women's WorldTour calendar is the longest in the history of the series. VeloNews breaks down what will be a record-breaking year.
The Australian ex-pro is passionate about good food and she joined SD Worx in 2021 as a 'food coach.'
The Dutchman may have to look to Egan Bernal, Marianne Vos and Pauline Ferrand-Prévot as he figures out his next moves.
These are some of the young talents we can expect to see in the 2022 WorldTour peloton.
21 stories for 2021: Cav’s Tour comeback, van Vleuten’s Olympic rollercoaster, Opi-Omi’s infamy, and more
Our editors weigh in on the 21 must-know, high-drama headlines of 2021 and why they matter: Part three.
The Australian Trek-Segafredo rider was the first in her family to get a passport as she set off for a month of racing in the USA. The trip would kickstart her career.
How many of us knew Anna Kiesenhofer's name before the Olympics?
The Canadian road race and time trial champion talks about making people laugh and celebrating the successes in life.
Our editors weigh in on the 21 must-know, high-drama headlines of 2021 and why they matter: Part one.
The German rider was part of a dominating line-up that won the Olympic, European, and world team pursuit titles, but she describes herself as a ‘lazy’ child.
The Australian rider only turned professional in 2018, but she has crammed a lot into her short career.
The British rider will step up to the WorldTour with Uno-X next season after a stellar season that saw her smash the women's hour record.
The Dutch star hopes to 'surprise' himself in his CX debut but thinks Wout van Aert may be too strong for him this weekend.
A survey of riders revealed a desire for a stand-alone event after the UCI indicated it might introduce a U23 rainbow jersey but no separate race in 2022.
The Canadian rider believes that the increased broadcast coverage of women's cycling could change how races unfold and improve the visibility of support riders.
Cyclocross riders head into the unknown in Val di Sole with a snowy World Cup race with a view to securing a place on the Winter Olympics schedule.
Alena Amialiusik is one of the most respected domestiques in the women's peloton, but she has winning credentials with world and European titles.
The Frenchman is planning to ride two grand tours in 2022 but he doesn't know yet which ones he will do.
The Colombian climber sets his sights on the Giro d'Italia with Astana for 2022 and 'dreams' of a grand tour victory.
Paris-Roubaix and Tour of Flanders are still on the table for the Italian as he plans out his 2022 season.
From Anna Kiesenhofer's Olympic win to Anna van der Breggen's seventh Fleche Wallonne, these are some of the best pictures from 2021
A deal has finally been done after protracted negotiations, keeping the Manxman at the Belgian team for another year.
Annemiek van Vleuten's favorite training loops include some of cycling's most formidable climbs and give her an opportunity to have great food and coffee, too.
The Dutchwoman called time on her 13-year cycling career in October and now wants to use her skills as a nutritionist to help Dutch children.
The British time trial champion flourished in her second season as a professional and took her first pro win.
Noble describes her decision to take a sabbatical from racing as 'simultaneously devastating and euphoric' and promises she'll be back when her health improves.
The former doctor talks to VeloNews about her desire to return to the medical profession when she retires, as well as her love-hate relationship with the violin.
The Swiss time trialist has quickly risen through the ranks since racing for the World Cycling Center in 2019 and will ride for SD Worx next season.
Last week, Nokere Koerse tripled its prize money for the women's event to match the men's. It was met with mixed response, but is there a 'right' way to grow women's cycling?
The second round of the new UCI Track Champions League will take place in Lithuania on Saturday after a successful opener. Can it help grow the sport?
You could fill a book with all the drama and action from the 2021 season, but VeloNews has picked just seven moments. Which moments made the cut?
From Anna Kiesenhofer’s Olympic victory to the first Paris-Roubaix Femmes: Memorable women’s racing moments from 2021
There were plenty of talking points from the 2021 women's season, including the first-ever women's Paris-Roubaix, the dramatic Olympic road race, and the thrilling world championships.
The 2021 road season was record-breaking and record-equaling at times — here are some of the key stats and figures that made the year.
The German team is in the process of finalizing its eight-rider roster ahead of the 2021 season.
The highly decorated Dutch rider is looking forward to a return to the Tour de France next year, a moment she says will be 'really important' for women's racing.
The Hungarian multi-discipline rider saw a breakthrough year in 2021 and is looking ahead to bigger challenges next season.
For the fourth year in a row, the Giro d'Italia's pink jersey will be decided by a time trial. The route will be the same as the TT Chad Haga won in 2019.
The transfer season has been open for several months, but there are still lots of riders without a deal for 2022. Here are five from the men's peloton.
Organizer RCS continues to unveil route details, featuring four major mountain summit finishes, ahead of the full announcement Thursday.
New name for the American team comes as the organization behind the squad launches a new 'wellness platform'.
The Canadian speaks about how he's enjoying racing more than ever, putting off thoughts of retirement and whether or not he wishes he'd started cycling at an earlier age.
Lars Boom says he is a ‘little bit jealous’ of van der Poel and van Aert and wishes he could have kept racing cyclocross longer into his career.
Extended race looks to provide a more challenging parcours than in previous seasons after two years of cancellations.
Despite missing the target distance, Alex Dowsett's hour record attempt helped to shine a light on a rarely talked about condition, and gave hope to many.