Just a few days after her Wiggle-High5 team announced they would not be continuing in 2019, Kirsten Wild won the Prudential RideLondon Classic on Saturday.
Owner and manager of Wiggle-High5, Rochelle Gilmore has confirmed the British registered outfit will cease to exist after this season. In a video released on her personal and team social…
A fantastic spectacle, but the Giro risks becoming invisible with its scheduling and lack of coverage
Long-standing men's WorldTour team Trek-Segafredo are set to launch a women's team for 2019
Top British women's squad said to be “a shadow of its former self”
Team Breeze rider wins ahead of Dani Rowe
Team Sky rider will not start Sunday's national road race
Cecilie Uttrup Ludwig says it's "sad and incomprehensible" to see major difference between the men's and women's Innsbruck-Tirol courses
Overall victory a first stage race success for Sunweb rider
Former world champion Amalie Dideriksen took Boels-Dolmans' first win at the OVO Energy Women’s Tour on Saturday, sprinting to victory in Worcester.
Sarah Roy sprinted to victory on the third stage of the 2018 Women's Tour in Leamington Spa, while Coryn Rivera held on to the overall lead.
Brit Dani Rowe climbs into second overall after stage two of the Women's Tour 2018
Belgian champion Jolien D’hoore won the opening stage of the OVO Energy Women’s Tour after a chaotic bunch sprint in Suffolk today. The Mitchelton-Scott rider was fastest in the uphill,…
There was double British success on the final stage of the 2018 Critérium du Daupiné as Adam Yates won the stage while Geraint Thomas took the overall.
Australian climber Spratt wins with a 54km lone breakaway
Dutchwoman takes breakaway success in penultimate stage
World champion's victory hands her the overall lead
Dutch rider Stultiens escapes in the final kilometres for first pro win
Cofidis rider Rossetto holds on after 113km solo breakaway
Yorkshireman's power brings success after nail biting final
Wiggle-High5 rider backs up her 2016 win with imperious sprint
Teams, riders and even members of the media came together on Saturday after an amateur team had all their bikes stolen at the Festival Elsy Jacobs.
Former German road champion Charlotte Becker sprung a major surprise in China on Saturday by winning the Tour of Chongming Island.
Boels-Dolmans enjoyed another highly successful spring even in the absence of Lizzie Deignan with Anna van der Breggen particularly dominant.
When Bob Jungels attacked to win Liège-Bastogne-Liège on Sunday he was partly inspired by Andy Schleck, the last Luxembourger to win the race back in 2009.