Belgium’s Wout van Aert and The Netherlands’ Annemiek Van Vleuten will target further success at Strade Bianche with last year’s winners due to be among the starters for tomorrow’s race.
Organisers of the Strade Bianche insist the one-day cycling race will go ahead as planned despite a rise in the coronavirus infection rate forcing Siena to re-enter lockdown.
Bicycle sales in Britain have continued to boom all the way through a noticeably wet, grey and locked-down winter.
Cortina D’Ampezzo, the co-host of the 2026 Winter Olympic and Paralympic Games, is set to hold the queen stage of this year’s Giro d’Italia.
International Cycling Union (UCI) has updated its COVID-19 health protocols for races on the men’s and women’s road calendar in 2021.
Italy’s Davide Ballerini triumphed at Omloop Het Nieuwsblad after winning a reduced sprint finish at the one-day race in Belgium.
Tadej Pogačar sealed the overall victory at the UAE Tour as Australia’s Caleb Ewan overcame Sam Bennett in a sprint finish to win the final stage in Abu Dhabi.
Sam Bennett earned his second stage win of the UAE Tour as the Irish star sprinted to victory in Palm Jumeirah.
Denmark’s Jonas Vingegaard triumphed on the fifth stage of the UAE Tour as Slovenia’s Tadej Pogacar extended his overall race lead at Jebel Jais.
Ireland’s Sam Bennett secured his first victory of the season by triumphing in a bunch sprint on stage four of the UAE Tour in Al Marjan Island.
Slovenia’s Tadej Pogačar extended his race lead at the United Arab Emirates (UAE) Tour after surviving a series of attacks by Britain’s Adam Yates to win the third stage at Jebel Hafeet.
Italy’s Filippo Ganna enjoyed time trial success at the United Arab Emirates (UAE) Tour, while yesterday’s stage winner Mathieu Van der Poel was forced to pull out after a team member tested positive for COVID-19.
Dutch rider Mathieu Van der Poel came out on top in a wind-affected first stage of the United Arab Emirates (UAE) Tour as the 2021 International Cycling Union (UCI) World Tour season got underway.
Three heads of department have been added to the team organising the 2023 International Cycling Union (UCI) Cycling World Championships in Glasgow.
Organisers SweetSpot Group have announced the Women's Tour - due to be staged from June 7 to 12 in Britain - has been postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.