Governing body releases new sanitary rule book with added focus on national regulation and vaccine status.
After a second bout of the coronavirus, the three-time world champion is excited to train with his new team.
French law requires all athletes to provide proof of vaccination.
Belgian rider says second COVID shot was to blame for his performance slump in the second half of 2021.
After a positive coronavirus test within the team, Jumbo-Visma abruptly ended its training camp in Alicante.
Reduce, reuse, repair, and recycle was An Absolute Good Thing in 2021.
Surging coronavirus cases in northern Europe see Antwerp race shut down with risk of further cancelations later in winter.
Here's what's making headlines on Wednesday, November 17.
Pandemic in the peloton: Vaccinations create opportunity, controversy as sport looks to fresh start in 2022
Part II: There are a few holdouts for vaccines, creating a rift in the peloton just as professional cycling hopes to turn the corner on COVID-19.
Chloe Hosking returned to winning ways at the Tour of Norway after nearly six months off racing due to catching COVID, but says she's still far from her best.
We discuss WorldTour riders and vaccination, as well as the opening stages of the Vuelta. Then, Jennifer Valente joins the podcast.
VN news ticker: Spanish road cycling squad cleared to start Olympic road race, Nacer Bouhanni extends with Arkéa-Samsic
Here's the news making the headlines on Friday, July 23, 2021.
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Ineos Grenadiers rider has 'mild symptoms' and has had to postpone a planned return to Colombia.
The consequences of the pandemic cost elite women’s bike racing dearly.
We examine the recommendations for athletes who have suffered from COVID-19, as well as the best practices for avoiding spreading the virus.
Dr. Xavier Bigard, the UCI's medical officer, believes the general public could return to bike races over the summer.
BWR postpones its San Diego race until July 28 and Asheville race to August 21 and launches a new race in Lawrence, Kansas.
The RideLondon women's event was back on the UCI racing calendar as a premier-level race for the current year.
Dr. Michael Roshon, USA Cycling's chief medical officer, says U.S. races in March and April are unlikely to be safe from COVID-19.
The Tour of the White Mountains and the OZ Trails Off-Road remain on the calendar.
Outbreak of new variant of COVID-19 in host city puts this weekend's worlds at risk of closure.
Worsening pandemic conditions across Europe see more postponements of early season races.
Colombian to miss team camp as tensions rise ahead of season already suffering effects of coronavirus cancelations.
The Argentinian stage race first scaled back international team invites in an attempt to stay on the calendar through the COVID lockdown.
Nearly 60 riders and team staff received the first of two COVID-19 vaccinations at the start of a team camp in Abu Dhabi.
Olympic officials are encouraging athletes to be vaccinated, but so far not requiring them.
The squad will be among the first of any professional sporting organization to get vaccinated against the novel coronavirus.
Dealing with depression — and helping others deal with their depression — is a key part of Thompson's mission.
Normally a welcome distraction from reality, cycling this year crashed headlong into real-world problems.
Mountain bike worlds turns 30 this year. We recall the original in Durango.
The 21-year old Frenchwoman raced - and won - her first World Cup as an elite and then went on to claim world and European championship titles.
Unlike the two-month lockdown in Paris this past spring, the second lockdown this autumn is somewhat less restrictive.
Will the 2021 season see a return to normality? Or will the peloton continue to see disruption? We look at both sides of the argument.
No new cases revealed in rest day testing as season's final grand tour marks home stretch of 2020 racing.
The 29-year-old cyclist’s off-season was put into question when France abruptly announced that it will enter into a second lockdown period.
A new survey conducted by advocacy group The Cyclists' Alliance shows inequity in medical support for women's teams.
Vuelta a España officials vow the race will continue despite worsening health conditions across Spain.
CPA defends its position after protesting 260km flat stage in the middle of a week of high mountains.
The 2020 Giro d'Italia will forever be remembered for Tao Geoghegan Hart, COVID-19, and a rider protest. Let's dig into the six lasting takeaways from the race.
Riders were correct to protest Friday's wet and long stage at the Giro d'Italia, writes Fred Dreier.
Vuelta a España officials are going to extremes to assure health of peloton as race unfolds against worsening conditions in Spain.
A staffer from Astana recorded a positive COVID-19 test as part of 484 controls this week. No riders tested positive for the virus in this most recent round of testing.
Belgian Waffle Ride Cedar City was the first major gravel race in months, and organizers rolled out a long list of COVID-19 precautions for the event. Some elite riders stayed home while others showed up. We spoke to them to get their perspective.
Giro d'Italia organizers have rerouted the mountainous stage 20 after French officials in Briançon canceled the race's passage due to COVID-19. The route will now climb to Sestriere three times.
In early October, Thompson rode 3,505 kilometers in seven days. But his ride was about more than just setting a record.
Adam Hansen on Giro d'Italia controls: 'We were expecting a lot, lot more'
Additional tests on the remaining 20 teams present at this year’s Giro were added after numerous riders and staff tested positive in the previous round of testing.
The Italian squad will not have its pre-race COVID-19 control results in sufficient time to prepare for the race
CCC-Liv rider says she's felt safe all season, despite the risks associated with the COVID-19 pandemic.
Teams are withdrawing, with weather and steep climbs yet to come. VeloNews examines how this affects tactics and overall strategy for the remainder of this year's race.
VeloNews spoke to riders and team directors prior to Sunday's stage 9, and the sources expressed a common sentiment for the race to continue to Milan.
Giro d’Italia riders and team staff shocked by Simon Yates’ COVID-19 positive: ‘The bubble has been popped’
News of Simon Yates' COVID-19 positive test sent shockwaves through the Giro d'Italia, as riders and team directors wondered if the race would experience further infections.
The pro off-road racer was on her way from a world cup event to the site of the coming world championships, in Austria.
The four-day Pikes Peak Apex MTB stage race commenced last week with a series of safety measures around COVID-19. We spoke to riders about the race and its health rules.
Amstel Gold Race has been canceled amid tightening COVID-19 restrictions in The Netherlands. It's the first interruption in the race's 54-year history.
2020 edition depends on the upcoming meeting with French prefecture authorities.
American rider Brent Bookwalter of Mitchelton-Scott compares the uncertain 2020 season to a normal season, where the ebb-and-flow of racing and training is familiar and predictable.
Tour de Hoody: Tour de France fans mistake Sam Bennett for Peter Sagan; September shadows baffle peloton
Fans and journalists alike are confusing the Tour de France's green jersey man Sam Bennett with Peter Sagan. Plus, the September date shifts shadows and sunflowers alike, writes Andrew Hood.
Ineos Grenadiers, AG2R-La Mondiale, Cofidis, and Mitchelton-Scott will not be in jeopardy of being excluded because of previous positive tests.
Another positive case this week could see teams removed from the race.
How is the September weather impacting the race? And what do we make of the Col de la Loze coming up on stage 17? Let's roundtable!
Riders reacted to the news that Tour de France director Christian Prudhomme and four team staffers had tested positive for COVID-19. "It's better that it's him than one of the riders," said one rider.
During the Chris Froome era at the Tour de France, the Pyrénées were controlled by Team Sky's 'Fortress Froome.' This year, the attacks of Tadej Pogačar have made the mountains impossible to tame, writes Andrew Hood.
Is the Tour de France's crowd control strategy working? Also, which GC stars looked strongest in the Pyrenees?
A veteran of the Tour for the past decade, Pommerie and her team have been working overtime behind the scenes simply so the Tour could take place.