'You’ll see these incredible domestiques shine a little bit more,' says British rider.
From Hornaing through the Carrefour de l'Arbre and onto Roubaix, the 29 kilometers of pavé that help make up the 2022 Paris-Roubaix Femmes.
The winner's prize money to increase by 13 times from the tiny offering in 2021.
Forecasters are calling for mostly sunny skies, springlike temperatures, almost no chance of rain, and moderate headwinds for this weekend's racing.
After a hugely successful opening edition of the women's race, can it deliver on its difficult ‘second album?’
Audrey Cordon-Ragot: A generation of young female riders can be inspired by Le Tour de France Femmes
A multiple-time French national champion, an icon, and one of the most respected rider’s in the WWT, Audrey Cordon-Ragot writes exclusively for VeloNews about the Tour de France Femmes and what it means to her.
Lizzie Deignan has shown that it is possible to have a child and make a successful return to racing. Her example could change the face of women's racing.
'It’s really important that women don’t see the fact that they want to become a mother as a limiting factor in their career' says Trek Segafredo leader.
A muddy Roubaix, a miracle ride at the Olympics, a temper tantrum in Spain, the ever-booming gravel scene, what wasn't to like in 2021?
Women’s WorldTour hits harder in 2022 with extra stage for Ceratizit Challenge, new climbs for classics
Spanish tour expands to five stages, iconic Koppenberg and Kemmelberg climbs come to the classics as women's calendar continues to grow.
British star says 'there is no reason why not' the Tour de France Femmes cannot evolve into a three-week grand tour.
From Anna Kiesenhofer's Olympic win to Anna van der Breggen's seventh Fleche Wallonne, these are some of the best pictures from 2021
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?
From Anna Kiesenhofer’s Olympic victory to the first Paris-Roubaix Femmes: Memorable women’s racing moments from 2021
There were plenty of talking points from the 2021 women's season, including the first-ever women's Paris-Roubaix, the dramatic Olympic road race, and the thrilling world championships.
The 2021 road season was record-breaking and record-equaling at times — here are some of the key stats and figures that made the year.
‘Sometimes I just put my head down, closed my eyes and hoped for the best:’ Aussie veteran recounts the mayhem of an unforgettable muddy Roubaix.
The recently crowned world champion on bouncing back from Olympic disappointment and stepping up to WorldTour with Trek-Segafredo.
Riders lament the exclusion of a time trial, but otherwise see the route as a perfect challenge with plenty of opportunities for every type of rider.
The Paris-Roubaix Femmes champion says that the one-day race will 'only get harder to win' as it becomes a specialism within women's cycling.
The inaugural Paris-Roubaix Femmes was a day for the record books, but where will it sit in cycling's rich history, and where does it go from here?
The first edition of the Paris-Roubaix Femmes greeted riders with rain and mud-slicked roads. And it was glorious.
Everything you need to know about the six-day Women's Tour, the penultimate race on the Women's WorldTour calendar.
Here’s what Marianne Vos and Elisa Longo Borghini said after Lizzie Deignan rides off with Paris-Roubaix Femmes
Here's what the stars said after the historic and thrilling inaugural edition of Paris-Roubaix Femmes.
Marianne Vos came close as she tried to chase down a lone Lizzie Deignan but the Dutchwoman had to settle for second one more time
Deignan won the first-ever Pairs-Roubaix Femmes with a stunning 80km solo fitting for a monumental day for the sport.
British star attacked on the opening sector of cobblestones and never looked back to make history. Marianne Vos and Elisa Longo Borghini round out podium.
Riders give big thumbs down to integrated women's elite and U23 race, while Lizzie Deignan slaps down Patrick Lefevere for comments on women's cycling.
After winning the 2015 world championships, Deignan will be racing with nothing to lose at the Flanders road race next weekend.
British squad brings young talents in search for rainbow jersey as Geraint Thomas misses selection.
From unexpected victories to days of suffering – here's what the key players said after La Course.
With a start-studded start list including Lizzie Deignan, Marianne Vos and Anna van der Breggen, plus a fast and unpredictable course, there are many reasons not to miss La Course on Saturday.
VN news ticker: Lizzie Deignan wins GC at Tour de Suisse, Tom Dumoulin eyes Olympic TT test in Switzerland
Here's the news making headlines for Sunday, June 6.
The women's Liège-Bastogne-Liège is only five years old but it has never failed to excite.
The jury is still out on the new finish at Liège-Bastogne-Liège.
Trek-Segafredo delivers timely reposte to SD Worx dominance ahead of prestigious northern classics.
Climbing is on tap for the women's peloton at this Italian race which you won't want to miss.
'If you win Paris-Roubaix, you can become a legend' — expectations building ahead of cobblestone milestone.
Trek-Segafredo tests equipment and gets first taste of 'Hell of North' ahead of women's Paris-Roubaix.
World champion takes victory at first opportunity for her newly reconfigured SD Worx team.
Father-daughter combination a possibility in future with women's Paris-Roubaix now on schedule.
Men's teams should start women's programs if they see it as an opportunity, says the WorldTour champ, not because they're being forced to.
Most pros are OK with the ban but see more meaningful ways to make the sport safer - and more equitable.
VeloNews Podcast: Geraint Thomas talks 2021 Tour de France and Jumbo-Visma rivalry; Caleb Ewan on Dylan Groenewegen
Geraint Thomas discusses the 2021 Tour de France route, his crash at the Giro d'Italia, and life at Ineos Grenadiers without Chris Froome.
Deignan puts the Tour of Flanders, Paris-Roubaix, and the UCI road worlds in Belgium in her sights for 2021.
Deignan and Longo Borghini top the Women's WorldTour rankings off the back of a uniquely selfless yet ruthless race style in the team.
Trek-Segafredo finalizes women’s 2021 roster, includes Lizzie Deignan, Elisa Longo-Borghini, Tayler Wiles, Ruth Winder
The American-based squad currently leads the Women's WorldTour rankings.
La Course by Le Tour de France tackling Mûr-de-Bretagne six times in 2021.
Trek-Segafredo's team unity has helped riders like Lizzie Deignan and Elisa Longo Borghini score top results throughout 2020.
British rider holds off searing late chase from Grace Brown to take her first victory at the Ardennes race.
American rider Tayler Wiles and her Trek-Segafredo teammates have their eyes on the Giro Rosa's opening stage on Friday, a 16.8-kilometer team time trial.
The 2020 Giro Rosa begins on Friday with a team time trial in Tuscany and is followed by aggressive punchy climbing throughout the entire race.
Lizzie Deignan has become a global inspiration for athletic moms, and she's used her platform to advance topics like paid maternity leave and the need for a women's Tour de France.
Watch highlights of the one-day race and the dramatic final kilometer of racing.
World champions, multi-time La Course winners, and powerhouse teams will line up in Nice for the seventh edition of this premier Women's WorldTour race.
This is Deignan's third win at Plouay, which she won in 2015 and 2017.
Riding a spare bike beneath the blazing sun, Deignan crashed hard in the finale with no choice but to grind home bloodied and bruised.
Team doctor highlights complications and weaknesses in UCI protocol.
Former world champion entering new chapter of career with fresh motivations and mindset.
Brit Lizzie Deignan is excited for the 2020 season, her first full campaign since giving birth to her daughter. "I’m just excited to have a season where it’s not decided by being a new mum."
In a wide-ranging interview, Lizzie Deignan discusses her comeback to racing following maternity leave, the need for parental leave for pro riders, and her decision to retire following the 2020 Olympics
Deignan takes her second GC win at home race by just two seconds.
Lizzie Deignan took her first victory since returning from maternity leave
The 2019 Tour of California women's race boasts its longest and hardest route ever, as well as a lineup of domestic and international stars
The 2012 Olympic silver medalist said the public has already made up its mind about Chris Froome, whose case is ongoing.
The British rider and 2015 road world champion talks about how her life is changing as she prepares to become a parent.
Former world champion Lizzie Deignan is expecting. Bouhanni disappointed to miss Sanremo, and the French cheater is punished.
The Orica-Scott rider launched an attack with 4.6km to go and soloed the rest of the way up the mountain.