The former world champion turned DS believes that Lorena Wiebes and Lotte Kopecky can work well together.
Classics rider says that Belgian women's cycling is on a strong trajectory.
The top tier of women's cycling has a full complement of teams for the first time. VeloNews takes a look at the squads and examines their prospects for 2023.
No race left a more immediate mark in 2022 than the Tour de France Femmes.
Vollering and her SD Worx teammates headed to California for a team bonding camp last month.
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.
Demi Vollering on trying to close the gap to Annemiek van Vleuten, targeting the Tour de France Femmes
The Dutch rider admits that she was initially 'disappointed' the 2023 Tour de France Femmes route but now she's looking forward to discovering it.
The arrival of the peloton's best sprinter will open things up for Kopecky who is already thinking about the Paris 2024 Olympic Games.
Team sees a quiver of TT, Roubaix, and Tarmac bikes stolen.
Team manager calls Tour de France Femmes a 'game-changer' for women's road racing.
Q&A: History maker Niamh Fisher-Black on forging her own path, sibling rivalry, winning a rainbow jersey
The New Zealander, who made history by winning the first U23 women's road race title, is quickly becoming one of the top GC riders in the peloton.
The 31-year-old has been making continued progress after suffering severe brain injury.
The 2022 season has been the most competitive since Women's WorldTeam licenses were introduced in 2020.
Guarischi pens deal through 2024 while the team extends with Elena Cecchini into 2023.
South African already looking to big goals in 2023 with new team AG Insurance-NXTG.
South African veteran puts overall victory at Tour de Romandie Féminin in view after difficult year.
The Dutchwoman crashed a week ago at the Tour of Scandinavia.
The Dutch rider was in a coma for four months after hitting her head in a crash in December 2021.
With 17 wins thus far, Dutchwoman has been the fastest sprinter in the peloton this year.
Vollering was the only rider to come close to Annemiek van Vleuten in the tough mountain stages at the race.
The SD Worx rider was the only one to follow Annemiek van Vleuten's attack but paid the price later on.
ASO has been using the Tour de France Femmes as a testing ground for broadcasting teams' radio chatter.
The head injury was revealed through a hospital examination following stage 6.
The Belgian crashed with just over 22km to go but caught the peloton and contested the sprint.
Chantal van den Broek-Blaak riding with stitches in her arm following mass crash on stage 5.
The Swiss rider added another signature victory to her impressive palmarès on this all-around race bike.
'I don't know if I realized I could win a Tour de France stage, actually not even this morning,' said the double Swiss national champion.
Marianne Vos finished in the main group and retained her overall lead in the race.
Reconsidering retirement: Ashleigh Moolman Pasio is sticking around because of the Tour de France Femmes
'It just seems silly when I’ve been such a big part of the fight that it’s almost worth soaking it up for an extra year,' the South African tells VeloNews.
Blue-black jersey part of cycling apparel collection designed by Pieters, who continues rehabilitation after suffering serious brain injuries in December crash.
The Belgian rider has a busy summer of racing ahead with the Giro d'Italia Donne and the Tour de France Femmes on her program.
Dutch rider will have raced just once in two months when the Tour de France Femmes rolls out on July 24.
'A fund has been set up for Amy so that, partly thanks to donations, she can hopefully make use of all the opportunities that are possible for herself.'
The Dutch national champion is able to spend weekends at home with her family and understands more of what is said to her, but is still unable to talk.
SD Worx team couldn’t make it hard enough against unstoppable Wiebes.
Sprint finish decides hot and tense first stage in Burgos.
Dutch rider dominates, winning every stage, and the overall.
SD Worx rider wins for a second day running to extend her race lead.
Dutch rider takes race lead ahead of Pauliena Rooijakkers and Kristen Faulkner.
The Dutch national road race champion was placed into a coma after suffering a head injury following a training crash in December.
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.
The Dutch rider takes third on Mur de Huy after a rare off-day.
‘I'm sure that during the upcoming years I’ll come close or maybe get the victory,’ says Kopecky.
From the wider impact of Kopecky's win to discussions about prize money and the inclusion of the Koppenberg, VeloNews looks back on Sunday's race.
The 26-year-old becomes only the second Belgium woman to win the Tour of Flanders after Grace Verbeke in 2010.
The Belgian champion is hoping to build on Strade Bianche success on home soil.
From Elisa Balsamo's potentially Tour of Flanders-winning form to Trek-Segafredo versus SD Worx, these are some of the key takeaways from Sunday's race.
The Belgian champion plays leadout for Lonneke Uneken as she looks forward to Gent-Wevelgem challenge.
Chantal van den Broek-Blaak on women’s cycling growth: Female riders shouldn’t be treated like ‘little men’
The former world champion says women's cycling has come a long way but it must be careful not to spread riders too thin with growing calendar.
The Belgian champion delivered a hugely impressive finale into Siena, helped by some strong support from her SD Worx teammates.
Ashleigh Moolman-Pasio completes podium in Italian one-day classic.
SD Worx rider talks about missing her injured teammate and why she didn't want to work with Annemiek van Vleuten.
The Belgian road race and time trial champion says that media coverage and live TV is still the most important part of developing women's cycling.
The former world champion on why she chose to cancel her retirement plus her goals in 2022.
Swiss rider excited about working with Anna van der Breggen as her sport director as SD Worx.
New S-Works shoes spotted in the wild may have been developed as part of the brand's ‘Project Black’ program.
Amy Pieters has been in a coma since December following a training crash in Spain.
The Dutch rider lost consciousness when she crashed during a training ride with national team members in December.
The promising 21-year-old from New Zealand impressed in 2021 with victory in the U23 WorldTour standings.
A delve into the 14 WorldTeams for 2022, who they are, who is riding for them, and what to expect.
The Dutch road and track rider remains unconscious but was cleared by a medical team to continue recovery in her home country.
The Australian ex-pro is passionate about good food and she joined SD Worx in 2021 as a 'food coach.'
The Madison world champion has been in an induced coma, to aid recovery, since crashing on December 23.
A muddy Roubaix, a miracle ride at the Olympics, a temper tantrum in Spain, the ever-booming gravel scene, what wasn't to like in 2021?
Dutch star remains in Spanish hospital after crashing in training before Christmas and undergoing surgery on her head.
Van der Breggen reflects on both the highs and the lows after calling time on her illustrious racing career.
The Dutch rider had surgery on her head to alleviate pressure caused by the crash in Alicante.
Despite having the same design for 2021, the UCI forced the Andy Schleck women's team to change its jersey for 2022.
The SD Worx rider underwent surgery on her head following a crash while training on the road, near Calpe, Spain.
Here's the news making headlines for Friday, December 17.