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Here's the news making headlines on Saturday, January 14.
Here's the news making headlines on Saturday, January 14.
VeloNews' editors highlight the biggest stories of 2022 in our 22-stage grand tour of the cycling year-in-review.
Ineos Grenadiers boots into regeneration mode in 2023 as it builds foundations for future Tour de France challenges.
The 20-year-old Dutch rider wins her fifth World Cup victory of the season.
Van Aert, Pidcock and Van der Poel cross swords Sunday in Antwerp in action-packed cyclocross weekend.
The Frenchwoman returns to racing after a short break as she continues her cyclocross season.
The Italian will start racing in November and ride a shortened season as she balances 'cross and road ambitions.
The French rider suffered a series of mechanical issues on her debut for Ineos Grenadiers.
Clara Honsinger takes fourth, Pauline Ferrand-Prévot's racing return is hampered by a mechanical problem on second lap.
French rider set to make her cyclocross return Tuesday at the Koppenbergcross.
Tour de France stars, world champions, hour record holders among favorites for long-running awards created by French magazine Vélo.
Dutch 'GOAT' to debut 'cross rainbow jersey Tuesday in build toward showdown with Ferrand-Prévot at Euro championships.
The French rider is the first female rider to sign for the British team. Is it the beginning of something bigger or will it be a one-off?
Newly signed Ineos Grenadiers rider all-in for MTB gold in Paris, plans to return to cyclocross.
French rider signs two-year deal as she targets gold at Paris Olympics in 2024.
'I just do what I do': Ferrand-Prevot keeps on switching disciplines and winning bike races at Sunday's mountain bike marathon.
Photos of a furious day's racing at the women's gravel worlds.
Frenchwoman takes assured win ahead of Frei and Teocci
Frenchwoman will line up at gravel worlds in Italy after becoming world champion in short track, cross country, and marathon mountain bike one month ago.
The Frenchwoman takes three world titles in less a month, while the kiwi tallies two
Pauline Ferrand-Prévot and Titouan Carod also press the action.
Frenchwoman wins her fourth cross country world title while U.S. talent Hayley Batten scores career-topping bronze medal.
American Gwendalyn Gibson wins bronze, and Chris Blevins crashes in the final lap trying to retain his title
Some shuffle in the women's GC, but Gomez Villafañe and Batten maintain their lead while Andreas Seewald and Martin Stošek sit atop the men's overall after two stages.
The Dutchman may have to look to Egan Bernal, Marianne Vos and Pauline Ferrand-Prévot as he figures out his next moves.
Richards rides to commanding victory after catching and distancing defending champ Pauline Ferrand-Prévot, Schurter outsprints Mathias Flueckiger in thrilling final.
Here's the news making headlines for Monday, August 16.
Jolanda Neff rode a pitch-perfect race to take gold as the Swiss team swept up all three podium places, while the French team struggled through a difficult day.
The current MTB world champ talks Olympics, Kate Courtney, and her emotional roller coaster after 2016.
Newly crowned gold medalist Thomas Pidcock promises to race at cyclocross worlds in Arkansas, while German star languishes in Tokyo hotel following COVID diagnosis.
Here's the news making headlines for Sunday, May 16.
Haley Batten, Kate Courtney take third and fourth in a promising opening show from U.S. women racers.
Friday's short track event in Albstadt made for a preview of the World Cup cross-country race Sunday.
For many riders, the race in Leukerbad serves as the unofficial season opener to the 2021 World Cup season.
Three-time cross-country world champion joins a new team with a renewed focus on the Olympics.
French multi-discipline star will leave Canyon-SRAM in 2021 as she focuses on ambitions at Olympic mountain bike race.
Mountain bike worlds turns 30 this year. We recall the original in Durango.
Frenchwoman defends title in Leogang having also taken rainbow jersey in 2015.
The French star's road to Tokyo will require a detour after a painful condition has kicked up again, requiring new surgery
Pauline Ferrand-Prévot will scale back her racing program on the road in order to focus on mountain biking and cyclocross.
Prior to this past weekend's World Cup finals in Snowshoe, West Virginia, the United States hadn't hosted a stop on off-road cycling's premier series since 2015. The sport's top riders descended on Snowshoe to contest the series finals, and they were greeted by a fast and technical course. American riders shone throughout the weekend, with Kate Courtney winning the elite women's overall. Photographer Don Karle was there to capture the action.
Pauline Ferrand-Prévot overcame an early crash to win the UCI cross-country mountain bike title at Mont-Sainte-Anne.
Pauline Ferrand-Prevot was untouchable back in 2014 and 2015, but since then a mysterious ailment has held her back.
Pauline Ferrand-Prevot escaped serious injury after she crashed heavily while battling for the podium on Sunday in Hoogerheide.
The multi-discipline world champion departs Rabo – Liv for the German squad with a colorful kit.
At one point in 2015, Pauline Ferrand-Prevot was the holder of three world titles — a feat never seen before in the sport of cycling.
Reigning cyclocross world champion Pauline Ferrand-Prévot injures her knee and will have to forgo the remainder of the season.
Pauline Ferrand-Prevot won three world titles in the last year in road cycling, cyclocross, and mountain biking. She's eyeing another one.
The cycling world will turn its attention to Richmond, Virginia starting this weekend at the UCI Road World Championships.
World champion Pauline Ferrand-Prevot won stage 5 of the Giro Rosa, as American Megan Guarnier kept her GC lead on an uphill finish.
Flèche Wallonne organizers added a new climb near the finish of Wednesday's race, but the race could still be decided on the Mur de Huy
In the absence of five-time winner Vos, all eyes will be on world champ Ferrand-Prévot who faces challenges from several big names
Lizzie Armitstead out-kicks the world road champion for the win and the World Cup lead
The 2015 cyclocross world championships in Tabor may offer a rare opportunity to dethrone reigning women's champ Marianne Vos
Whether she was astride a mountain bike, 'cross rig, or a road bike, Ferrand-Prévot was unstoppable in 2014, winning worlds and much more
A late-race error by Mathieu van der Poel on a heavy mud course opens the door for van Aert to ride alone to win
The world champ continued her winning ways in Diegem, taking the sixth round of the Superprestige series, four seconds ahead of Pauline Ferrand-Prévot
Marianne Vos wins the fifth round of the World Cup series, getting the better of Katerina Nash and teammate Pauline Ferrand-Prévot
Tom Meeusen and Klaas Vantornout battle shoulder to shoulder on the final lap in Overijse, with the Telenet proving fastest at the finish
As a lead group hesitates en route to the line, the race is lost, and Pauline Ferrand-Prevot surges in the final meters to take the victory
Global Cycling Network breaks down the list of favorites in the men's and women's elite road races in Ponferrada, Spain
The Rabo-Liv squad sweeps the podium in the final race, but Lizzie Armitstead collects the overall World Cup title
Frenchwoman rides to victory at Flèche Wallonne with the support of the world champion
American Evelyn Stevens, the 2012 champion, finishes fourth at the annual race in Belgium