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Team officials confirm partial quarantine will not impact Peter Sagan and his planned start at Tour of Flanders.
On or off? French cycling expert explains confusion behind imminent Paris-Roubaix decision.
Grassroots and national youth programs alike tackle cycling’s biggest hurdle by emphasizing empowerment and inclusion.
Dr. Xavier Bigard, the UCI's medical officer, believes the general public could return to bike races over the summer.
Dutch star would need to clear more rounds of controls ahead of Saturday's race.
Coronavirus returns to the race in a throwback to last year's shuttered Emirati event.
Officials are optimistic the Italian monument will be contested on its traditional March date.
Colombian sprinter hopes bouts with COVID-19 won't slow him down.
Spanish grand tour features more chances for sprinters, a closing-day time trial, and the 'cousin of the Angliru' at Gamoniteiru.
IOC confirms there will not be a 14-day quarantine or a vaccine requirement as part of series of COVID controls for Olympic Games.
Geraint Thomas on opening stage: 'It was crazy in the end'
BWR postpones its San Diego race until July 28 and Asheville race to August 21 and launches a new race in Lawrence, Kansas.
Despite some short-term hiccups, UCI president hopeful 2021 racing season will not require major rescheduling.
Peloton still in the dark on possible Olympic quarantines, vaccine requirements and other health controls ahead of Tokyo.
Jonas Rutsch missed Sunday's GP La Marseillaise following COVID controls.
Seven WorldTour teams raced for the first time in 2021 following a string of race cancelations and postponements.
The RideLondon women's event was back on the UCI racing calendar as a premier-level race for the current year.
Still no word from key stakeholders as more races forced to postpone or cancel events.
Organizers say the one-day French race this weekend is still set to go despite a recent wave of cancelations.
MPCC cautions that fewer controls due to COVID complications could be factor in drop in doping cases in 2020.
Aussie team sees new management, equipment sponsors ahead of 2021 season.
Outbreak of new variant of COVID-19 in host city puts this weekend's worlds at risk of closure.
A wave of early season cancelations and worsening health conditions in Europe have pro teams on edge again.
IOC issues statement confirming ongoing commitment to the Tokyo Games as COVID conditions escalate in Japan.
Spanish star will not start the Tour de France and hopes to race Olympics before Vuelta a España farewell.
Worsening pandemic conditions across Europe see more postponements of early season races.
How did cycling make it through 2020? Cautiously, and with lots of hand sanitizer.
Teams are re-creating COVID-19 'race bubbles' at camps across Spain.
Colombian to miss team camp as tensions rise ahead of season already suffering effects of coronavirus cancelations.
The Argentinian stage race first scaled back international team invites in an attempt to stay on the calendar through the COVID lockdown.
Nearly 60 riders and team staff received the first of two COVID-19 vaccinations at the start of a team camp in Abu Dhabi.
Belgian team to send three distinct groups to different locations for January camp as COVID-19 continues to grip Europe.
Athletes must clear COVID-19 tests upon arrival and will be placed into a pre-competition ‘bubble’ for 14 days, creating hurdles for many Tokyo-bound cyclists.
Reports of a pre-Games quarantine would complicate a Tour de France or Giro Rosa start for Olympic-bound cyclists.
Belgian star sees a Giro d'Italia or Vuelta a España in his immediate future as recovery continues ahead of season debut.
The squad will be among the first of any professional sporting organization to get vaccinated against the novel coronavirus.
Interest spiking in early season races in Europe as teams are hesitant to travel internationally during pandemic.
US-registered team will race as EF Education-NIPPO for 2021.
Normally a welcome distraction from reality, cycling this year crashed headlong into real-world problems.
Vuelta organization spent 6 percent of its budget on COVID protocols and mitigation.
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Organizers hint that racing without fans or VIP tents is only economically viable for one more year.
Teams planning to carry 'bubble' concept into pre-season training camps and early-season races through Europe.
Colombian star says complications during the coronavirus lockdown added up to his Tour de France departure.
Peloton's 'puncheurs' and GC riders will be challenged right from ‘grand départ’ at 2021 Tour de France.
UAE-Team Emirates DS: ‘Tadej is having the most normal off-season of a Tour de France winner in a very long time.’
Professional racing was a big hit among European viewers during 'COVID' season.
Early season Argentinian event optimistic for future and planning for three to four WorldTour teams to race.
Unlike the two-month lockdown in Paris this past spring, the second lockdown this autumn is somewhat less restrictive.
Will the 2021 season see a return to normality? Or will the peloton continue to see disruption? We look at both sides of the argument.
Teams are waiting longer to sign contracts for 2021, and riders without contracts are getting nervous.
Australian team made most of opportunities of pandemic-shortened season.
None of the riders inside the Vuelta a España peloton were diagnosed with COVID-19.
Only a handful of diagnosed cases and cancelations were part of cycling's COVID calendar.