The majority of WorldTeams have not yet publicized plans for any kind of new activities.
Priority to be given to the three grand tours and the monuments, once racing resumes.
Bernal takes opportunity to rest while he can, believes Tour de France should be postponed.
US time trial champion still able to ride outside, in his home state of Georgia, as he waits for racing to resume in debut WorldTour season.
Rider representation firm Trinity Sports Management has written pro cycling's stakeholders asking for riders to have more say in the cuts being made due to the coronavirus shutdown.
The UCI plan sticks with traditional Sunday to Sunday dates, despite coronavirus calendar crunch.
The team's director-sportif says a stripped-down Tour wouldn't be so bad, but questioned if coronavirus crisis would permit it.
The Belgian superstar reflects on missing out on chance to win the Ronde, backs of idea of moving monuments to fall.
Lappartient speaks out to reassure that UCI is working to piece together the season as quickly as possible.
2018 Tour de France champion left frustrated as he enters peak years, speaks of importance of Tour for cycling's financial prosperity.
James Startt visited a desolate Champs-Élysées to revisit the scene of the heralding of yellow jerseys past, while Paris waits out its lockdown.
Frenchman would rather see the Tour postponed to later in the year than have it raced without fans.
French star admits that a Tour 'behind closed doors' is better than no Tour, but 'prefers not to imagine' the prospect.
'Team ISN Medical Aid Ride' to take place Sunday, with one mask pledged to hospitals for every rider that joins the event.
Tour de France would be vital for both economy of cycling and morale of the French nation, says Groupama-FDJ boss.
'This gives us a motivation when everything else is so uncertain for the moment.'
Governing body to reduce staff by 15 percent and furlough a further 25 percent as revenues expected to plummet.
On the day he should have defended his title, Štybar speaks of the importance of last year's E3 victory and how the race unfolded.
UAE-Team Emirates riders released from Abu Dhabi hospital after getting all-clear from coronavirus tests.
We pick over the major talking points arising from this week's news of the postponement of the Olympic Games and rumors of a bare-bones Tour de France. Let's roundtable!
Mitchelton-Scott pro cyclist caught one of the last flights out of Spain as coronavirus shuts down Europe.
USA Cycling will use 50 percent of all membership sales to directly support companies who have pledged aid by producing, selling, and donating face masks to those in need.
French minister not making a call on the Tour yet, but sees model of funding from television rights rather than ticket sales as a point in its favor.
Belgian superstars see postponement of Tokyo Olympics as opportunity to build form.
Deceuninck-Quick-Step boss speaks of economic impact of the coronavirus crisis, and his doubts over the Tour and re-scheduled monuments.
Each All In plan offers a different focus while incorporating sessions from the Sufferfest yoga and strength training video library.
Nurses, doctors, EMTs, and firefighters are truly grinding it out right now. Let's say thanks.
Belgian ProTour outfits using government unemployment benefits to pay staff, riders still being paid by teams.
WorldTour pros left trying to find balance between holding fitness and keeping fresh as they wait to hear when next race will be.
Tokyo favorite says a one-year postponement will give the pursuit team more time to master the discipline.
The Dutch star hopes the rescheduled Olympic dates will still allow him to race the spring classics in 2021.
Despite some disappointment and frustration, America's Olympic hopefuls agree it's best to postpone Tokyo Games.
Roubaix winner is advising riders from Mitchelton-Scott how to use online platforms and indoor training to keep fit during lockdown.
Porte considers Tour unlikely, describes lockdown in Monaco as "a bit like torture."
Bike industry players, big and small, shift production to make personal protective equipment for front-line healthcare workers.
American pair returned to their respective homes in the U.S. this weekend as they struggle to find balance between the desire to train and race, and concerns for health, family and safety.
Canada became the first nation to pull out of the Olympics while Australia told its athletes to plan for a rescheduling.
Rally Cycling launches series of at-home fitness challenges to build community spirit as more countries and states enter lockdown by the day.
Veteran Belgian manager warns that if the Tour de France cannot be held, the fallout could be costly for team budgets.
The Italian star is waiting to see if his Olympic dreams will be fulfilled in a season thrown into disarray.
After competing in the 2012 Olympic Games as a kayaker, Chabbey decided to focus on her medical studies. Then, barely two years ago, she discovered cycling, and results came quickly.
The WorldTour season is set to look altogether different this year, with the possibility of monuments and grand tours taking place as late as October. How will this impact race dynamics, and what could racing in the fall look like? Let's roundtable!
American sits out lockdown in Europe with hopes that racing resumes soon in his contract season.
Milano-Sanremo should have been raced Saturday. In its absence, VeloNews spoke to the 1995 winner about how he took his greatest victory, how the race has changed, and the gravity of the coronavirus crisis.
In this week's episode we check in with Andrew Hood and James Startt to see what daily life is like in Spain and France amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Outer Line checked in with members of the pro cycling community in northern Italy, to get a sense of the situation on the ground there.
Andorra joins Spain in banning cycling during crisis, while pros can still ride in Italy, but often to nasty looks and rude comments
But as concerns over the coronavirus grow and recommendations for social distancing evolve, the organizers of the world's marquee gravel event know that things could change at any minute.
Simmons knows he has the horsepower to make it count in the WorldTour, the next step is to hone the racecraft.
Race organizers maintain that they are working with the UCI to find alternate dates for these pro cycling races in the 2020 calendar.
The Mid South was held as the global pandemic around COVID-19 escalated. This is what the race promoters, local authorities, and participants had to say about the event.
The Italian proved he was in good form in France, but now everyone is wondering where they will be racing again.
Flemish Minister for Sport states Tour of Flanders, set to run just two days after the end of a regional ban on sports events, does 'not appear to be feasible.'
Schachmann maintains his yellow jersey standing despite a minor fall on the last descent.
Bahrain-Merida decided not to start Friday's stage just as organizers and teams agreed to end the race a day early
Trio of Belgian races set for March 27 through April 1 canceled after decree banning sporting events through Flanders.