Demi Vollering on stepping out of Anna van der Breggen’s shadow: ‘This year everybody was looking at me’
The Dutch rider is taking up the reins at SD Worx as a true team leader.
The Dutch rider is taking up the reins at SD Worx as a true team leader.
During the Tour de France Femmes, the champion turned-DS has one responsibility: motivation.
The former professional, who now works as a director sportif for the SD Worx squad, says team support is becoming increasingly important in taking race wins.
Swiss rider excited about working with Anna van der Breggen as her sport director as SD Worx.
Our editors weigh in on the 21 must-know, high-drama headlines of 2021 and why they matter: Part three.
Van der Breggen reflects on both the highs and the lows after calling time on her illustrious racing career.
From Anna Kiesenhofer's Olympic win to Anna van der Breggen's seventh Fleche Wallonne, these are some of the best pictures 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.
Here's what's making cycling tech headlines on Tuesday, November 16.
Anna van der Breggen doesn't expect to be good at her new DS right away and says she won't be following other former pros and racing gravel.
Anna van der Breggen on adjusting to life after racing and why it isn't just an adjustment for her but also for her whole family.
Multiple world champions, national champions, and some of the most experienced legs in the peloton are among those stepping off the bike in 2021.
From Anna van der Breggen's retirement to Elisa Balsamo signing for Trek-Segafredo to Uno-X building its 2022 roster, here are the latest moves in the women's peloton.
A week after hanging up her racing wheels, van der Breggen will be in the team car for SD Worx as she transitions into new sport director role.
Anna van der Breggen has no regrets as she ends her illustrious career playing a team role at the world championships in Flanders.
Van der Breggen talks retirement, Vos discusses disappointment, Kopecky celebrates home crowd after Elisa Balsamo wins world tile.
The 23-year-old Balsamo delivered after a huge ride from the Italian team in the final to score another medal for 'the Azzurri.'
Wout van Aert will be among the favorites for gold in Sunday's time trial, perhaps setting him up for a rare double rainbow jersey sweep.
After winning the 2015 world championships, Deignan will be racing with nothing to lose at the Flanders road race next weekend.
Annemiek van Vleuten has come close to taking the time trial and road race world titles in the same year, can she do it in Flanders?
With a challenging course, deep fields, and compelling storylines, the Flanders worlds looks to be one for the history books.
Mathieu van der Poel uncertain for road worlds but team adds him to start list for Paris-Roubaix, and Anna van der Breggen to skip TT defense.
Women's road racing isn't all about the Dutch: Here are the teams to watch out for at this year's worlds.
Anna van der Breggen will retire after the world championships. She's unsure if she will defend her time trial title but wants to help her team to gold in the road race.
Here's all you need to know for this year's worlds, including how to watch, who to watch, and when to watch.
Here's the news making headlines on Thursday, September 9.
From Annemiek van Vleuten and Marlen Reusser riding high to Anna van der Breggen's lack of form. This is what we learned from Challenge by La Vuelta and what it means for the road worlds.
Here's the news making the headlines on Monday, September 6.
Annemiek van Vleuten destroys rivals on uphill time trial
The Spanish race expands to four stages this year and takes advantage of the mountains of Galicia. Annemiek van Vleuten and Anna van der Breggen headline a strong start list.
From the swansong of Anna van der Breggen to the first-ever Paris-Roubaix Femmes, these are a few things to look out for over the final months of the women's cycling calendar.
Here's what Annemiek van Vleuten, Amber Neben, and others said after the Olympic road cycling race against the clock.
The road riders take center stage once again at the Olympic games with the time trial. Who can win gold and who is in with a shot of a medal? VeloNews takes a look at some of the contenders.
Here's the news making the headlines on Tuesday, July 27.
From the Dutch disaster to Anna Kiesenhofer's sacrifice: Here's what the stars said after Sunday's road race shocker.
Van Vleuten cheered a ‘victory’ as she crossed the line, unaware that Anna Kiesenhofer had already taken gold.
The Dutch riders are the overwhelming favorites for gold in Tokyo, but they will not get it all their own way and there are plenty of riders ready to upset the form book.
The Dutch women made history when they won back-to-back Olympic road race titles in London and Rio. Can they do it again with a third straight victory? There are few who would bet against it.
Anna van der Breggen is crowned champion of the Giro d'Italia Donne for the fourth time as Coryn Rivera sprints to the final stage victory.
With Anna van der Breggen's retirement fast approaching, we must appreciate the time we have with one of the classiest bike riders in the bunch.
Demi Vollering and Grace Brown round out the podium.
SD Worx went 1-2-3 on Saturday's stage 2 of the Giro d'Italia Donne, with Anna van der Breggen taking the stage and a dominant lead in the GC.
From the contenders to the course, everything you need to know about the biggest women's race of the year.
With three Dutch riders in the top four at La Course, the nation looks set to dominate the Olympic Games road race next month. Can they be beaten, and how?
Vollering backs up Liège-Bastogne-Liège victory with hilltop sprint, beating Cecilie Uttrup Ludwig and Marianne Vos.
With a start-studded start list including Lizzie Deignan, Marianne Vos and Anna van der Breggen, plus a fast and unpredictable course, there are many reasons not to miss La Course on Saturday.
Here's the news making the headlines on Wednesday, June 16.
With Lotte Kopecky set to join rising star Demi Vollering in 2022, the Dutch team shores up its future and should continue to dominate for years to come.
It’s not just men’s racing that’s seeing a youth movement — the increasing depth and professionalization of the women’s peloton are bringing some precociously talented riders to the fore.
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The newly minted Liège-Bastogne-Liège winner is poised to pick up the baton from SD Worx teammate and world champion Anna van der Breggen.
Demi Vollering beats Annemiek van Vleuten and Elisa Longo Borghini in five-up sprint.
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Tour de Hoody: While other sports struggle with empty stadiums, professional bike racing is putting its best pedal forward.
The women's Liège-Bastogne-Liège is only five years old but it has never failed to excite.
The jury is still out on the new finish at Liège-Bastogne-Liège.
La Flèche Wallonne should alter the iconic Mur de Huy finale, argues Fred Dreier, especially in light of the Amstel Gold Race's success with its new finish.
Anna van der Breggen has been the ‘Queen of the Huy’ for seven years and VeloNews takes a look back at some of her best victories.
Anna van der Breggen and Julian Alaphilippe complete world champion's podium sweep, while Michael Woods and Annemiek van Vleuten rue missed chances.
The world champion reigns supreme on the Mur de Huy to extend winning streak.
The world champion is riding her final Fleche Wallonne, but can she continue her record run of wins at the Belgian race?
Can Anna van der Breggen keep winning? Will Tom Pidcock surprise the veterans? Here are the top narratives for Flèche Wallonne.
Here's the news making headlines for Wednesday, April 14.
The inaugural women's 'Hell of the North' has been delayed again, but that it is happening at all marks major progress.
Dutchwoman winds back the years with second Flanders win in 10 years after brutal Paterberg attack.
Strong institutional support and highly competitive national team help fuel Dutch dominance.
Will van der Poel continue to crush the field? And will SD Worx dominate the spring? We consider all things classics.
The double world champion is looking forward to her future as a sports director and mother.
Chantal van den Broek-Blaak delivers second major win in 2021 for revived powerhouse.
Mathieu van der Poel and SD Worx were dominant at Strade Bianche, but they won't always have it their way.
SD Worx dominates the final phase of racing and takes a one-three on the podium with van der Breggen.
Anna van der Breggen and SD Worx looked untouchable at Omloop Het Nieuwsblad, but these riders will take on the super team at Strade Bianche.
'Every race matters more than ever.' Risk of rain, canceled races and high-powered SD Worx cranks pressure for women's WorldTour opener.
GoFundMe creator Cem Tanyeri: 'It's a shame that we need to do it as fans, but on the other hand we're just going to prove the monetary value of this sport.'
Rivalries, ambition, luck and team strength will play out across one of cycling's most spectacular routes at Strade Bianche.