Women’s WorldTour rider salaries increase by 25 per cent, according to UCI

One year after Women’s WorldTeams were introduced, the governing body praises ‘positive impact on women riders’

The women's peloton at the 2021 Tour of Flanders
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The salaries for women’s WorldTour riders has increased by 25 per cent, according to the UCI.

Cycling’s international governing body introduced Women’s WorldTeams for the first time in 2020, along with a range of measures to improve the working conditions for pros, including a minimum salary, health insurance and maternity leave. 

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