The six-day stage race takes over from the Ladies Tour of Norway and includes stages in Denmark, Sweden, and Norway.
The upcoming season will see a major shake-up in what officials call the 'most significant roster change since the team’s inception in 2012.'
Belgian race boosts winner's purse to €18,800, making it the richest one-day payday on the women's calendar for 2022.
With the Women's WorldTour set to grow again in 2022, who are the new teams stepping up, and will anyone be able to fill the final spot?
Disparities between WorldTeams and Continental teams continue to grow; a minimum salary tops list of priorities for all riders.
Women’s classics will finish after men’s races and include uninterrupted TV images.
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.
French women's WorldTour road racers successfully pushed for pro licenses.
Anna van der Breggen anchors team as new sponsors take over in four-year deal.
Breakthrough victory at Giro Rosa came years in the making for the 21-year-old emerging star.
The Italian squad will not have its pre-race COVID-19 control results in sufficient time to prepare for the race
This is Deignan's third win at Plouay, which she won in 2015 and 2017.
The young rider will leave Équipe Paule Ka at the end of the season to join the Spanish women's WorldTour team.
The UCI has released the 20201 WorldTour calendars for men and women, and the Amgen Tour of California is noticeably absent from both.