Lifeplus-Wahoo boss Tom Varney is aiming to elevate his team into the WorldTour for 2026 with new sponsor after difficult off-season.
VN ticker: Bernal marks a year after crash, McNulty crashes out of Mallorca, Lifeplus-Wahoo unveils new roster
Here's the news making the headlines on Wednesday, January 25.
British team unveils new primary sponsor less than two months after key backer unexpectedly dropped out.
VeloNews understands Le Col to end title sponsorship but continue as backer of women's team as Wahoo retains naming rights.
The team is hopeful it can continue in 2023, but has released its riders as management tries to plug a gap of 400,000 euros in its budget.
At least three teams are looking to step up for 2023 but only there's only one place available.
Once on the verge of giving up, the scrappy squad now has a Tour de France Femmes white jersey to its name.
From Millie Robinson to Lizzie Holden: Connecting the history of Tour de France Femmes to its present
The first-ever women's Tour de France in 1955 was won by Manxwoman Millie Robinson. Lizzie Holden continues the tradition of Manx riders at the Tour in 2022.
Nineteen-year-old Towers goes clear more than 30km from the finish of stormbattered race to claim first road race victory of her career.
Wahoo Powerlink power-meter pedals for the Wahoo team.
The team is to be renamed Le Col-Wahoo and hopes to start the Tour de France Femmes in 2022, and step up to the top tier in 2023.
The women's team empowers its riders to understand their own menstrual cycle and utilize it to make performance gains.
The British women's squad hopes to end cycling’s obsession with the weighing scales in favor of 'whole health.'
WorldTeams may get more attention, but continental teams help deepen the field.
The unofficial women's hour record now stands at 48.160km, set during a training session, and will not stand in the record books.
Rally Cycling takes second overall in men's Virtual Tour de France, Tibco-Silicon Valley and Twenty20 go one-two in the women's.
After four years, the UCI continental team is seeking WorldTeam status to better provide for its riders.
American Tayler Wiles joins Trek-Drops where she will be a veteran leader with aspirations in the Ardennes and Giro Rosa.