La Course by Le Tour de France
The Giro d'Italia moves to October and overlaps with the cobbled classics and the first week of the 18-stage Vuelta a España. The UCI Women's WorldTour calendar sees the addition of ladies Paris-Roubaix.
VeloNews has confirmed reports that Tour de France organizer A.S.O. is looking to reignite a women’s version of the Tour de France.
The 2013 documentary 'Half the Road' started a serious advocacy push for equality within women's pro racing.
Women's race organized by ASO to return to circuit race format after several years experimenting with different options, leaving reigning world champion frustrated.
Why Marianne Vos's thrilling victory in Pau represents a pivotal moment for the Dutch star
The Dutchwoman put in a powerful attack to catch Amanda Spratt late in the race and spring to victory in Pau.
La Course by le Tour de France features a punchy course for 2019 that could cater to climbers, sprinters, or punchy finishers.
Although fans and riders have often asked for a women's stage race, Tour de France organizers stick with one-day format for La Course.
Ashleigh Moolman-Pasio said women's road racing can be more exciting than the men's side, which she noted can help the sport.
We need to see some attacking from the top GC favorites. But where should they do it?
She hasn't always been a top climber, but nowadays, Annemiek van Vleuten is Women's WorldTour's top rider.
Annemiek van Vleuten snagged her second straight La Course victory on the roads of France.
The annual women's event was a one-day race this year, held Tuesday alongside stage 10 of the men's Tour de France.
The Dutch rider beat Anna van der Breggen by one second to take the victory.
The women's La Course race returns to a one-day format, which has some riders disappointed, despite promising route.
Women's La Course race will start on Lake Annecy and take on Col de Romme and the Col de la Colombière.
We wrap up the 2017 Tour by debating the unconventional route, questioning Team Sky's media strategy, and reflecting on La Course.
Riders react to the new-look La Course by Le Tour de France, which wrapped up Saturday with an unorthodox individual pursuit in Marseilles.
Annemiek van Vleuten won the first edition of La Course’s pursuit-style time trial on Saturday.
Watch video highlights from the Women's WorldTour's La Course race up the famous Col d'Izoard.