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.
The team has overhauled parts of its roster for 2023, as well as bringing Magnus Bäckstedt into the squad as sport director, as it looks to get back to winning ways.
Ronny Lauke says that teams will struggle to fill race rosters throughout the season as the Women's WorldTour calendar grows to 86 days as team sizes stay at around 15.
The Swedish ex-pro is confident that he can direct Canyon-SRAM back to winning ways.
The Canyon-SRAM rider on her how she's training for her twin goals of the spring classics and the Tour de France Femmes.
The American racer suffered a severe laceration to her left leg in a high-speed crash in 2020 and contracted Epstein-Barr this spring.
Ricarda Bauernfeind and Antonia Niedermaier join Kasia Niewiadoma and Chloé Dygert on 15-rider roster at Women's WorldTour squad
The 20-year-old Australian turned pro in 2021 after winning the Zwift Academy and is quickly becoming one of the sport's most promising prospects.
Bäckstedt retired in 2013 and has been working as a commentator since.
Canyon-SRAM among teams still chasing a Women’s WorldTour victory
The American squad also signs neo-pro sprinter Daria Pikulik for 2023.
'To join Trek-Segafredo is the biggest chance in my career and an opportunity for which I am super happy,' says 26-year-old.
U.S. road and track star receives surgery to remove scar tissue left by horror crash in 2020.
Shari Bossuyt takes third and moves up on GC after Alice Barnes’ solo attack.
Polish rider names ‘heartbreaking’ moment in race, believes road to future success is clear.
The Canyon-SRAM rider is still hunting for a stage win and more time gains.
The Los Angeles-based photographer gets to know the longtime Australian pro who will be riding in the inaugural Tour de France Femmes
Olympic star also hopes to race the US nationals later this month and will target the road worlds in Australia later this season.
Canyon-SRAM won the Queen of the Mountains classification, which went to Elise Chabbey.
Second place and three in top-10 for team at the end of an active day in the Basque Country.
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The Australian has started her road season and plans to race on the gravel in May and August.
Two-time Olympic track medalist and 2019 world time trial champion is recovering, but team hopeful she will be able to hit season's major targets.
Illness and injury means team will only field two riders in opening two races, but more expected to line up as season progresses.
Kasia Niewiadoma on lack of U23 racing: ‘It’s crazy that an 18-year-old is racing riders with years of experience’
The Canyon-SRAM rider on why there should be more under-23 events and how she worried about taking her whole team out in a TTT during her debut season.
The Polish Canyon-SRAM rider is targeting Strade Bianche, Flèche Wallonne, and the Tour de France Femmes in 2022.
‘I’ve got some things that I need to work on,’ said the Canyon-SRAM rider on her first mass-start road race in two years.
The WorldTour team's new development squad will feature riders from four different continents and seven countries.
Maud Oudeman and Alex Bogna were signed to one-year contracts with Canyon/SRAM and Alpecin-Fenix, respectively, following talent ID program on Zwift.
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 German team is in the process of finalizing its eight-rider roster ahead of the 2021 season.
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Contracts with Alpecin-Fenix and Canyon-SRAM on the line for 2022.
Dygert will miss the remainder of 2021 due to lingering problems with the injury sustained at last year's road world championships.
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The Canyon-SRAM rider is diversifying her calendar in the latter part of 2021, and perhaps beyond.
U.S rider Alexis Ryan says cycling's white western ‘bubble’ needs to be burst so the sport can ‘join the real world.’
Canyon-SRAM's diversity and inclusion program was launched after controversy about Chloe Dygert's conduct on social media. The new team will aim to support under-served countries in cycling.
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The Canyon-SRAM rider is skipping the Giro d'Italia Donne in order to prepare properly for the Olympic Games in July.
Top Zwift racers share their experiences — and a few tips for — racing without data on screen.
Team unveils a new design and new drag-reducing technologies just ahead of the Italian grand tour.
Documentary series premieres with behind-the-scenes footage and interviews from Trek-Segafredo, Canyon-SRAM and SD Worx.
The Polish star is hoping for salvation in the Ardennes following a string of close calls and frustrating near-misses so far in 2021.
Van Vleuten wins from sprint after going clear with Kasia Niewiadoma in the final hour of the race.
Niewiadoma ready for a fifth podium at the Italian race; Harvey is also a contender.
Dygert's new team has long-term vision of developing its American star into a force in the hilly classics.
Kiwi talent saved from uncertainty after the shuttering of Équipe Paule Ka.
French multi-discipline star will leave Canyon-SRAM in 2021 as she focuses on ambitions at Olympic mountain bike race.
Apparel manufacturer Rapha issued a statement on Friday denouncing world champion Chloé Dygert's social media conduct, as well as the apology she and her Canyon-SRAM team issued earlier this month.
The decorated track racer and time trialist will combine road and track goals in 2021, with the Tokyo games as her primary focus.
The Canyon-SRAM rider drops to second in the GC as Anna van der Breggen takes control of the maglia rosa.
Zwift experience and expertise pays off for stage 3 winners Matteo Dal-Cin and Tanja Erath.
RCC and Zwift will be hosting events with Canyon-SRAM, EF Pro Cycling, and US national champion Justin Williams.
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How will the UCI reforms to women's WorldTeam benefits and salary affect the 2020 season? Teams and riders are hopeful for greater exposure, even if the reforms aren't dramatically changing the status quo.
Kasia Niewiadoma says more women's WorldTour teams try to control the races, which opens the door for smaller teams to win
Canyon-SRAM put in a dominant second-half performance to beat favorites Sunweb and Boels-Dolmans
Two riders from Canyon-SRAM race on disc brake equipped bikes in the Amgen Tour of California.
Canyon – SRAM continues its partnership with online training platform Zwift, set to recruit another rider for 2017 based on virtual riding.
Leah Thorvilson, an elite marathon runner, signs with the Canyon – SRAM team after winning an unconventional try-out competition on Zwift.
Smart glasses company seeks test pilots, Brooks and Vans team up, and Zwift Academy narrows down candidates for Canyon – SRAM.
The multi-discipline world champion departs Rabo – Liv for the German squad with a colorful kit.
The Canyon-SRAM women's team will employ a novel concept to discover new talent — Zwift, an online, virtual reality cycling world that works with trainers.
The British apparel company will back the team, led by Tiffany Cromwell and Hannah Barnes, for three years.