American rider on the comeback trail after a major operation this season.
Latest survey reveals growing breach between the Women's WorldTour and lower-tier teams in terms of salary and professionalism.
The Idaho rider on turning her life upside down to go pro, reflecting on the Tour de France Femmes, and quieting her inner negative voice.
The race is growing but improvements still need to be made so that the Ceratizit Challenge’s ambitions can be turned into reality.
Women's cycling has been on a rapid path of development recently, but Natascha Knaven-den Ouden believes that more needs to be done for younger riders.
The Italian sustained a concussion after a high-speed crash during the second stage of the race.
British EF Education-TIBCO-SVB rider celebrates ‘resounding success’ of Tour de France Femmes.
Kristen Faulkner had the worst physical experience at the Tour de France Femmes, but would do it all again
The Alaskan struggled after catching COVID before the race but still found the experience 'inspiring' and feels like the race was a 'tipping point' for women's cycling.
CEO Eric Min seeking a ‘more integrated experience’ between online platform and Tour de France Femmes.
The Tour de France Femmes got off to a great start but its success should be measured in the impact it has on the wider women's sport, and not just its own event.
Eric Min talks origins, equality, prize money and the future of the women’s Tour.
Year one of women’s race generally deemed a success based on TV ratings.
The payout is dramatically less than the men's Tour de France, but equals the biggest payout on the women's calendar.
Olympic champion says the deal with Soltec Team Costa Cálida is only for one race.
'We'll take stock in a few days, but the base is very solid,' says race director Rousse.
Mayor Marcel Bauer of Sélestat was '100 percent sure' of the success of the Tour de France Femmes.
Time trials, more prize money, extra stages, Alpe d’Huez: What the women’s peloton wants from future Tours de France Femmes
Annemiek van Vleuten, Cecilie Uttrup Ludwig, Kristen Faulkner, Grace Brown, and more give their thoughts on the Tour de France Femmes and its future.
Vollering was the only rider to come close to Annemiek van Vleuten in the tough mountain stages at the race.
Polish rider names ‘heartbreaking’ moment in race, believes road to future success is clear.
The Dane leaves the race with a stage win and dreams for the next edition
The 27-year-old American climbed two places on the final stage with performance on Planche des Belles Filles.
Here's a wrap of the races for yellow, green, white, polka dot and team classifications for the inaugural Tour de France Femmes.
Van Vleuten drops rivals on Super Planche des Belles Filles to crush final stage and seal inaugural Tour de France Femmes.
Here's a look at Van Vleuten's yellow Canyon Aeroad and all her yellow extras.
The Italian loses almost seven minutes to Annemiek van Vleuten after spending most of stage 7 chasing alone.
Van Vleuten uncorked a ride for the record books in a display of utter dominance Saturday. What can route planners and the peloton do to foil her in the future?
The Danish rider is closing in on a podium place, but has some time to make up on the final stage.
Anna van der Breggen to Demi Vollering: ‘You should always keep on fighting because you never know what happens’
During the Tour de France Femmes, the champion turned-DS has one responsibility: motivation.
Suffering of all kinds was a theme during stage 7 of the Tour de France Femmes
The Slovenian rider had a breakout day in the mountains during stage 7
The Movistar rider destroyed her rivals on the first mountain stage of the Tour de France Femmes.
The Canyon-SRAM rider maintains her third place position after a big day in the mountains.
‘I didn’t feel that good today’: Marianne Vos puts loss of Tour de France Femmes yellow jersey into context
Dutch Jumbo-Visma rider will wear green jersey on final stage, set for victory in that competition.
The SD Worx rider was the only one to follow Annemiek van Vleuten's attack but paid the price later on.
Dutchwoman finishes over three minutes clear of nearest rival Demi Vollering, siezes control ahead of race ahead of final stage summit finish.
Sprint sensation cleared to start mountainous stage 7 after receiving stitches following heavy crash Friday.
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.
Going into the mountains Vos' hold on yellow isn't certain, but the likelihood of her going green is sound.
The Belgian crashed with just over 22km to go but caught the peloton and contested the sprint.
The Tour de France Femmes is heading into the mountains. We asked the riders about the first big day of climbing
Some say that Saturday's stage 7 might be the most important day of the race.
Vos extends GC lead ahead of two decisive days in the mountains with dominant sprint victory.
Chantal van den Broek-Blaak riding with stitches in her arm following mass crash on stage 5.
Juliette Labous aiming for home success at the Tour de France Femmes: ‘Everything is still possible’
French 23-year-old has taken a real step up in 2022 and is hoping to go up against the top riders when the race reaches the mountains.
The Dutchwoman is now set to switch her focus from sprint victories to supporting her team's GC ambitions.
The Italian rider was disqualified from the race after she received assistance from the team car after pulling over from the front of the bunch.
Emma Norsgaard and Chantal van den Broek-Blaak among the most injured riders.
Balsamo and Vos complete the top three on stage 5.
The American believes that the Tour de France Femmes will help to benefit all of women's cycling.
Riding with Audrey Cordon Ragot at the Tour de France Femmes ‘it’s like being here with the flag of France’
The Frenchwoman's teammate Elisa Longo Borghini is proud to be riding on her friend's wheel
'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.
Uttrup Ludwig praises team for comeback after difficult opening stages as Evita Muzic takes second on gravel stage.
Vos races astutely to defend her lead, but expects to lose ground when the road tilts up this weekend.
The Italian finished the stage on the bike of teammate and world champion Elisa Balsamo.
Marianne Vos finished in the main group and retained her overall lead in the race.
The Spanish national champion started stage 4 in sixth overall at 55 seconds back.
Fans come out for the Femmes in force to witness historic inaugural edition.
Here's what the stars have to stay about racing gravel today
Lily Williams enjoying her Tour de France Femmes experience: ‘I don’t think we realized how big it would be’
The American is planning a move to France ahead of the Paris Olympics in 2024.
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.
Winder reflects on the GC riders during stage 3 of the Tour de France Femmes: 'all the climbers like ducklings in a row.'
The Danish rider wins a stage a day after losing time to GC rivals and her teammate Marta Cavalli crashed out.
DS says Frain brought to tears from abuse on social media: 'It’s never the plan to hurt somebody. If people think that, please go away and do another thing.'
Dutch superstar relishes first day in the maillot jaune, but must dig deep to defend it: 'There's never an easy day at the Tour de France.'
Van Vleuten suffers stomach issues through start of the race but limits stage 3 losses to keep GC bid alive.
Tour de France Femmes Stage 3: Cecilie Uttrup Ludwig wins in uphill sprint, Marianne Vos defends yellow
Vos defends the yellow jersey in thrilling finale, with reports of Annemiek van Vleuten falling ill after losing time.
Once on the verge of giving up, the scrappy squad now has a Tour de France Femmes white jersey to its name.
'She’s had bad luck lately and in the biggest race of the season but we have five more riders and we will keep fighting,' says team.
From Millie Robinson to Lizzie Holden: Connecting the history of Tour de France Femmes to its present
The first-ever women's Tour de France in 1955 was won by Manxwoman Millie Robinson. Lizzie Holden continues the tradition of Manx riders at the Tour in 2022.
'As a kid, there was no Tour de France for women, so for me that hadn't been a dream. But now, it's something big.'
The Canyon-SRAM rider is still hunting for a stage win and more time gains.