For the first time in two years, spectators have been allowed to watch the team presentation at 't Kuipke and watch at the roadside at Omloop Het Nieuwsblad.
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 women's prize pot for the Tour of Flanders is set to increase to 50,000 euros and other Flanders Classics events are due to follow in 2023.
Last week, Nokere Koerse tripled its prize money for the women's event to match the men's. It was met with mixed response, but is there a 'right' way to grow women's cycling?
Here's the news making headlines for Friday, November 5.
Women's cycling is as good as it has ever been with TV coverage, a deep peloton and better wages, but there is still a lot to do for it to achieve parity with the men.
Race organizer Flanders Classics is considering restricting entry to litter zones if they become unsafe as fans try to get bottles from riders.
On this week's episode we analyze every inch of the Tour of Flanders. Then, Leah Thomas takes us inside Annemiek van Vleuten's thrilling win.
The race is the sixth in the Flanders Classics portfolio to achieve parity.
Prize money inequality back in the spotlight as Van der Breggen earns €930 and Ballerini earns €16,000 at Omloop Het Nieuwsblad.
Women’s classics will finish after men’s races and include uninterrupted TV images.
The three-day gravel event in the Flemish Ardennes offers three distances.
Organizers hint that racing without fans or VIP tents is only economically viable for one more year.
VeloNews Podcast: Could Julian Alaphilippe have won Flanders? Sepp Kuss and Brandon McNulty interviews
On this week's episode we discuss how Julian Alaphilippe would have fared at the Tour of Flanders had he not crashed. Then, Sepp Kuss and Brandon McNulty join the podcast.
The Tour of Flanders came down to a dramatic sprint between Wout van Aert and Mathieu van der Poel. In the final push to the line, van der Poel was fastest.
This year's Tour of Flanders has plenty of storylines to follow, from the race's prohibition of fans, to the debut of Romain Bardet and Julian Alaphilippe, to the heated rivalry between Wout van Aert and Mathieu van der Poel.
Dendermonde, Hulst and Overijse form a trio of new destinations in the series.
A revised cyclocross World Cup calendar now starts in November, and gone are events in Waterloo, Wisconsin, Dublin, Ireland, and Antwerp, Belgium.