Alaphilippe misses the win but takes confidence from Brabantse Pijl

Julian Alaphilippe (Deceuninck-QuickStep) missed out on this seventh win of the season Wednesday at Brabantnse Pijl, finishing second in a four-up sprint at the end of the race to Matthieu van der Poel (Corendon-Circus), but the winner of Milan-San Remo and Strade Bianche will take confidence from his aggressive racing heading into the Ardennes Classics … Continue reading Alaphilippe misses the win but takes confidence from Brabantse Pijl

USA Cycling names recipients of Kelly Catlin Fund

USA Cycling has named two recipients of the Kelly Catlin Fund, created to honour the memory of the 2016 Olympic silver medallist and three-time World Champion who took her own life in March. Annual grants from the fund will support the Minnesota Cycling Center and emerging women’s track racers through the Kelly Catlin Women's Track Development … Continue reading USA Cycling names recipients of Kelly Catlin Fund

Sam Bennett overcomes Giro snub with multiple wins in Turkey

The Giro d’Italia is just three weeks away, and Sam Bennett is the most prolific sprinter of the professional ranks in the 2019 season so far, raising questions over Bora-Hansgrohe’s choice not to select the Irishman for the corsa rosa, where he won three stages last year, including the grand finale in Rome. Only Julian Alaphilippe … Continue reading Sam Bennett overcomes Giro snub with multiple wins in Turkey

Schweizer opens up about abuse at Cervelo-Bigla in 2015

Doris Schweizer, former two-time Swiss road champion, has come forward with details concerning her experiences while racing for Cervelo-Bigla under the team's owner Thomas Campana. Campana was accused of abusing his power as the head of the team in 2015 by bullying, fat shaming, intimidating riders and ignoring medical concerns. "I did not want to … Continue reading Schweizer opens up about abuse at Cervelo-Bigla in 2015

Boels-Dolmans support breast cancer research with new pink kit at Amstel Gold

Boels-Dolmans riders will line up with a newly designed pink kit and bikes in support of Pink Ribbon and breast cancer research at the Amstel Gold Race on April 21 in the Netherlands. The campaign will culminate in the online auction of the special kits and bikes with proceeds being donated to Pink Ribbon. "'Of … Continue reading Boels-Dolmans support breast cancer research with new pink kit at Amstel Gold