The delayed Tour de France is scheduled to open tomorrow in Nice amid uncertainty over the fitness of the main contenders, as well as whether the coronavirus pandemic will allow the race to conclude in Paris in three weeks’ time.
Denmark’s Kasper Andersen and Italy’s Eleonora Gasparrini secured junior road race titles at the Road European Championships in Plouay, as Germany won the mixed team time trial to complete the week of racing.
Former world champion Quentin Lafargue is targeting switching from sprint events to the team pursuit at the Paris 2024 Olympic Games.
World champion Annemiek Van Vleuten saw off competition from Italy’s Elisa Longo Borghini to claim the women’s elite title at the Road European Championships in Plouay.
Team Ineos has officially become Ineos Grenadiers with a launch event held in Nice prior to this year’s Tour de France.
Italy’s Giacomo Nizzolo clinched victory in the men’s elite road race after a sprint finish at the Road European Championships in Plouay.
Australia’s Michael Matthews triumphed at the Bretagne Classic Ouest-France after a sprint finish in Plouay, while Lizzie Deignan secured a record third victory at the GP de Plouay.
Belgium's Sep Vanmarcke is set to defend his Bretagne Classic Ouest-France title in Plouay tomorrow.
Anna van der Breggen and Stefan Küng earned time trial titles at the Road European Championships in Plouay.
Plouay in France is set to host the European Cycling Union Road Championships with competition starting tomorrow.
Fabio Jakobsen has said he is "grateful to be alive" after a serious crash at the Tour de Pologne earlier this month, with the Dutch national champion adding that he faces multiple facial surgeries in the coming months.
Chris Froome and Geraint Thomas, winners of five of the last seven editions of the Tour de France between them, will take no part in the race in 2020 after being left out of Team Ineos' squad.
Panini has launched an exclusive Tour de France sticker and card collection in the United Kingdom and Ireland to coincide with the start of this year's delayed race.
French rider Marion Sicot has reportedly lodged complaints to the International Cycling Union (UCI) Ethics Commission and local authorities against her former Doltcini-Van Eyck team manager over alleged sexual harassment.
Deceuninck-Quickstep manager Patrick Lefevere confirmed his star rider Remco Evenepoel suffered a pelvic fracture after falling from a bridge during the Il Lombardia, and criticised the International Cycling Union (UCI) for using dangerous courses.