After 11 years at the GreenEdge organization, Amanda Spratt is moving to Trek-Segafredo for the next two seasons.
With up-and-coming expert Kat Stene.
Can the Italians and Dutch be outsmarted by an opportunistic rider?
A Simac Ladies Tour recap.
Sometimes it is the strongest rider in the race who takes the win.
Transfers and a little bike racing fatigue.
Soigneurs, the unsung heroes.
Slappendel is seeing the Tour de France Femmes from the back of a motorbike, and is filled with optimism for the future of women’s cycling.
Gracie Elvin opens up about her move from professional cyclist to commentator.
Cecilie Uttrup Ludwig's stage 3 win was a great moment for women's cycling.
Audrey Cordon-Ragot reflects on the crashes of stage 2.
Amy and Matt report from on the ground at the Tour de France Femmes avec Zwift.
Amy and Matt report from on the ground at the Tour de France Femmes' opening stage.
Hear audio diaries from Trek-Segafredo's French champion Audrey Cordon-Ragot, Danish legend Julie Leth of Uno-X and American Veronica Ewers of EF Education-Tibco-SVB.
The 21-year-old Kiwi reflects on 10 days of battling with the best to claim fifth overall.
Stages, our favorites, and more.
A huge thank you to Niamh, Hannah and Leah for reporting from the ground.
With audio diaries from Leah Thomas, Niamh Fisher-Black and Hannah Barnes.
Plus, a few National Championship road races did not disappoint.
Dangerous finishes, hat tricks, and lost opportunities.
Amy chatted with Rebecca McConnell ahead of the next MTB XCO race in Austria.
What kind of effect does no live coverage have on a WorldTour event?
Vuelta a Burgos wrapped up the Spanish stage racing block. Now the peloton heads to the U.K. for RideLondon and the Women's Tour.
Check out Abby Mickey's author page.
With special guests Ronny Lauke, Christine Kalkschmid, and Llori Sharpe.
Our favorite riders, moments, and tactics from the Spring Classics.
And with the Ardennes over the spring campaign is done. Onto the stage races!
The Spring Classics flew by and we already can't wait for next year. But first, Liege-Bastogne-Liege.
And looking ahead to Paris-Roubaix Femmes avec Zwift!
SD Worx definitely knows how to play the numbers game.
It's a new era for the sprinters.
Should there be a women's Milano-San Remo?
And news about this year's Giro Donne.
A conversation with founder Monica Garrison.
The first of the WWT one-day Classics to come.
Can anyone beat Van Vleuten at Strade Bianche?
Ashleigh Moolman Pasio joins the podcast ahead of the UCI Cycling esports World Championships
Catch Mia racing in the semi-finals of the mass start event on February 19th at 8:45AM CET.
Before the season kicks off, get to know rising Scottish star Anna Shackley.
Vos vs Brand...Pieterse vs. Van Empel vs. Van Anrooij...
And getting to know Audrey Cordon-Ragot through the eyes of Elisa Longo Borghini.
We're back to discuss the Australian Bay Crits and upcoming National Championship!
And why she loves stage races in the summer.
Plus, Amy put together an end of year quiz for the final group episode of 2021.
Nettie joins Gracie Elvin to chat retirement and more.
Kasia Niewiadoma talks about why Tiffany Cromwell is a great domestique.
And how her professional career ebbed and flowed.
And EF Education Tibco-SVB's potentially leaked roster.
and new goals in 2022.
Plus a conversation with Kate Veronneau from Zwift.
And an exclusive interview with Anna Kiesenhofer.
But what exactly was the plan for the Dutch team?
With special guest Lauren Kitchen
With the season coming to an end, the peloton dynamics are getting more and more confusing.
Simac Ladies Tour....GP de Plouay....Ceratizit Challenge! Oh my!
Exclusive interview with one of the best.