The arrival of the peloton's best sprinter will open things up for Kopecky who is already thinking about the Paris 2024 Olympic Games.
Kopecky gets second award for her versitility after taking home two titles from the recent track world championships.
Remco Evenepoel says sharing leadership with sprinters ‘risks division’ in future tilt toward yellow jersey
Quick-Step Alpha Vinyl star after banner 2022: 'The Tour de France is the ultimate dream.'
'It’s a little bit painful actually. If you’re so close to a world title then second is not enough,' says silver medalist.
Dutch rider comes back from a fractured elbow to take incredible road race win as Niamh Fisher-Black claims the U23 crown.
The 26-year-old will lead the Belgian team at this weekend's road race in Wollongong.
Dylan Teuns and Oliver Naesen among those that miss out while Jasper Philipsen and Greg Van Avermaet are named as reserves for men's road race.
The Belgian crashed with just over 22km to go but caught the peloton and contested the sprint.
Emma Norsgaard and Chantal van den Broek-Blaak among the most injured riders.
A lot of new races have been added to the women's calendar in recent seasons. Is it now time to go back to the drawing board to make it more streamlined?
The Belgian rider has a busy summer of racing ahead with the Giro d'Italia Donne and the Tour de France Femmes on her program.
From Cavendish and Balsamo to Kopecky and Ganna: Here's your index of 2022 national champions, plus some watercooler trivia to store up your sleeve.
SD Worx team couldn’t make it hard enough against unstoppable Wiebes.
Sprint finish decides hot and tense first stage in Burgos.
After just three stage races in the opening months of the season, the women's peloton faces 10 in the next month, including two new events.
From Mathieu van der Poel and Lotte Kopecky to Elisa Longo Borghini and Dylan van Baarle. VeloNews rates the cobbled classics contenders.
‘I'm sure that during the upcoming years I’ll come close or maybe get the victory,’ says Kopecky.
After a hugely successful opening edition of the women's race, can it deliver on its difficult ‘second album?’
From the wider impact of Kopecky's win to discussions about prize money and the inclusion of the Koppenberg, VeloNews looks back on Sunday's race.
The 26-year-old becomes only the second Belgium woman to win the Tour of Flanders after Grace Verbeke in 2010.
Belgian champion Kopecky beats veteran Dutchwomen van Vleuten and van den Broek-Blaak in front of massed home crowds.
The Belgian champion is hoping to build on Strade Bianche success on home soil.
There will be seven former champions due to be on the start line alongside some who are looking to etch their names in the race's history books for the first time.
The Belgian champion plays leadout for Lonneke Uneken as she looks forward to Gent-Wevelgem challenge.
Wiebes defends Drenthe title, bettering Balsamo and Kopecky in dramatic final.
A look at the power numbers of Annemiek van Vleuten, Ashleigh Moolman Pasio, Tadej Pogačar, Kasper Asgreen, and others at the Italian race on ‘white roads’
The Belgian champion delivered a hugely impressive finale into Siena, helped by some strong support from her SD Worx teammates.
Ashleigh Moolman-Pasio completes podium in Italian one-day classic.
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.
A new year means new kit day. Here's a peek at what Coryn Labecki, Richard Carapaz, Lotte Kopecky, Peter Sagan, and many more will race in during 2022.
Final day of competition sees many Olympic champions add rainbows to their trophy case.
Here’s what Anna van der Breggen, Marianne Vos, Lotte Kopecky and others said after women’s road race
Van der Breggen talks retirement, Vos discusses disappointment, Kopecky celebrates home crowd after Elisa Balsamo wins world tile.
Women's road racing isn't all about the Dutch: Here are the teams to watch out for at this year's worlds.
Several big names are left off the Belgian elite men's road world championship team, while Van der Poel races for the first time on pavement since the Tour de France.
From Annemiek van Vleuten and Marlen Reusser riding high to Anna van der Breggen's lack of form. This is what we learned from Challenge by La Vuelta and what it means for the road worlds.
Olympic time trial champion won two stages to claim the four-day race in northwest Spain.
VN news ticker: Van Aert, Sagan, Kopecky, Longo Borghini new road race champions, Jacopo Mosca suffers long list of injuries in TT crash
Here's the news making headlines for Sunday, June 20.
With Lotte Kopecky set to join rising star Demi Vollering in 2022, the Dutch team shores up its future and should continue to dominate for years to come.
Top female pros Lotte Kopecky and others preview Sunday's Tour of Flanders.
Favorites Jolien d'Hoore, Lorena Wiebes, and Lotte Kopecky already have multiple podium finishes at the Belgian classic.
Belgian national champion was fastest in reduced bunch sprint at 'mini-Paris-Roubaix'
Top WorldTeam teams continue to snatch new signatures as busy transfer season continues.
Two-time champ Kirsten Wild will join other favorites Lorena Wiebes, Jolien D'Hoore, and Marta Bastianelli at the seventh Women's WorldTour race since events resumed this summer.
With a stage win in Italy and successes on the track, the young Belgian rider has her sights set on Tokyo 2020 - and beyond.
The young Belgian reaches the top step of the podium after second- and third-place finishes in the preceding stages. Van Vleuten and Spratt sent to the hospital with unconfirmed injuries.