The US team climbs 10 places in the opening month of racing, but WorldTour fight will really hot up in February.
The American squad finished 27th in the world rankings in 2022 but needs to finish in the top 15 if it wants to keep its WorldTeam license.
Tour de Hoody: The WorldTour opener at the Santos Tour Down Under revealed some storylines we'll be seeing all season long.
Australia's biggest race returned following a two-year COVID absence – new race boss O'Grady faced the challenge of not messing up a good thing.
Amanda Spratt attacks late but cannot fend off chasing group.
Women's race is upgraded to WorldTour status and new summit finale replaces Old Willunga Hill.
With 30 events and 86 race days across three continents, the Women's WorldTour is bigger than ever.
Women's cycling is almost unrecognizable after almost a decade of rapid development, but now the next chapter begins.
Team manager calls Tour de France Femmes a 'game-changer' for women's road racing.
At least three teams are looking to step up for 2023 but only there's only one place available.
Three-day event failed to meet WorldTour requirement for live broadcasting in 2022 but commits to coverage for May 2023 race.
Latest survey reveals growing breach between the Women's WorldTour and lower-tier teams in terms of salary and professionalism.
Canyon-SRAM among teams still chasing a Women’s WorldTour victory
A move back to the traditional Saturday slot has allowed the organizers in Plouay to design a new course.
The Los Angeles-based photographer gets to know the longtime Australian pro who will be riding in the inaugural Tour de France Femmes
The Veneto region in northeast Italy will host the first UCI worlds in October. Also, the Gree-Tour of Guangxi is canceled and RideLondon Classique put on notice.
In-form New Zealand star felt good but hampered by crash and mechanical, looking to next stages.
The four-day Spanish stage race kicks off May 19 and ends with a mountaintop finish on May 22.
The documentary about women's cycling returns with an episode focused on the fearsome 'Hell of the North.'
The winner of each race will receive 16,000 euros for a total purse of 40,000 euros for Sunday's race.
The six-day stage race takes over from the Ladies Tour of Norway and includes stages in Denmark, Sweden, and Norway.
No rider has won the Women's WorldTour two years in a row, not even Annemiek van Vleuten. Who are the riders vying for her place at the top of the standings?
Arrival of Giant gives Aussie-backed WorldTour teams new stability going into franchise's second decade.
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.
Scandinavian squad expands beyond men's division with brand-new women's team that lands directly in the top-tier of racing.
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?
Officials from Rally Cycling have confirmed the team's intentions to join the UCI Women's WorldTour in 2022 and 2023.
The long-running North American squad has received renewed financial commitment from its title sponsors, enabling it to apply for the benefits of the top tier teams in the Women's World Tour.
Disparities between WorldTeams and Continental teams continue to grow; a minimum salary tops list of priorities for all riders.
10-day Giro Rosa returns to the lineup, as well as a six-day Battle of the North.
Lauren Stephens, Kristen Faulkner, and the other North Americans on the squad will be familiar faces at races like Unbound, SBT GRVL, and Gravel Worlds.
The Team BikeExchange rider had her first 2021 victory on Sunday. Here, she explains what it's like to be a female pro in Slovenia.
The race is the sixth in the Flanders Classics portfolio to achieve parity.
We connected with Marta Bastianelli, Ruth Winder, and other top pros to preview Sunday's Gent-Wevelgem.
Favorites Jolien d'Hoore, Lorena Wiebes, and Lotte Kopecky already have multiple podium finishes at the Belgian classic.
UCI updates 2021 race calendar with new dates for Volta ao Algarve, Women’s Tour, Ronde van Drenthe, and Ruta del Sol
New calendar dates awarded to UCI WorldTour events seeking to be on the current year's calendar.
The venerable Italian Women's WorldTour race is a favorite in the peloton. Here's why.
The Women's WorldTeam becomes the second to defy UCI minimum salary requirements for women riders.
The double world champion is looking forward to her future as a sports director and mother.
The fundraising brings the women's total prize purse to €31,876, exceeding that of the men's.
WorldTeams may get more attention, but continental teams help deepen the field.
GoFundMe creator Cem Tanyeri: 'It's a shame that we need to do it as fans, but on the other hand we're just going to prove the monetary value of this sport.'
Niewiadoma ready for a fifth podium at the Italian race; Harvey is also a contender.
€5,000 already raised to distribute to the top five finishers at the women's Strade Bianche.
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.
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.
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.
Dutch star believes newly bolstered Movistar, SD Worx and Jumbo-Visma teams will bring balance and add fireworks to women’s racing next year
Breakthrough victory at Giro Rosa came years in the making for the 21-year-old emerging star.
The Dutch former world champion says her vacation time — this year she went SCUBA diving in Curaçao — helps her avoid the stagnancy of her 'comfort zone.'
FDJ sport director says legendary allure and prestige of yellow jersey will energize women’s racing.
Only a handful of diagnosed cases and cancelations were part of cycling's COVID calendar.
The decorated track racer and time trialist will combine road and track goals in 2021, with the Tokyo games as her primary focus.
Jastrab will race with the German squad through the end of 2022.
The 23 year old from Trinidad and Tobago will join the Australian outfit on a two-year deal.
Anna van der Breggen bridged to Annemiek van Vleuten, setting up a dramatic showdown at the Tour of Flanders. Instead, van der Breggen chose a different strategy that was ultimately successful.
Dutch team to add women's WorldTour team and development team
The Italian squad will not have its pre-race COVID-19 control results in sufficient time to prepare for the race
CCC-Liv rider says she's felt safe all season, despite the risks associated with the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Swiss-registered team will not start at Flanders on Sunday due to immediate cessation.
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.
On Equipe Paule Ka, the budding Kiwi has found her feet and is improving with every race since the summer restart.
Trek-Segafredo's team unity has helped riders like Lizzie Deignan and Elisa Longo Borghini score top results throughout 2020.
Host cities and locations announced for events through 2026.
While the women's peloton is more than capable of longer distances, some riders say that more exciting racing unfolds on shorter courses. Especially when they're televised.
This is Deignan's third win at Plouay, which she won in 2015 and 2017.