Women's Cycling

Ultra-endurance cyclist Juliana Buhring says she will "start over from the beginning and do it all again ... cuz I haven't come this far to go home." after her forced abandonment of the #IPWR due to serious illness

Gallery & Interview: Specialized Women's Racing feature in this stunning series of shots by photographer Paul Spurling. We speak with team founder and manager Elizabeth Phillips about SWR's goals and objectives for 2017.

It’s great to see more women riding, stepping up to racing and taking the pursuit pretty seriously. If you’ve thought about joining them this article and the subsequent series might just help you get there.

Amanda Spratt has been crowned overall winner of the 2017 Santos Women's Tour after a thrilling criterium at Adelaide's Victoria Park.

On Thursday she became Australian Time Trial champion for the second successive year and today Katrin Garfoot has won the women’s road race at the National Championships in Buninyong.

The market for bikes designed for typical female anatomy is growing rapidly, and the industry is striving to meet the needs of masses of women who are taking up the sport.

Finding the right saddle should be a high priority for all female cyclists. The saddle is a key contact area of the bike. It takes most of your weight and therefore it is crucially important to have a comfortable seat if you want to enjoy long rides.

Trek are hosting a series of women’s-focused courses at their US headquarters - the training schedules designed to provide growth opportunities and increase diversity within the cycling industry.

Annette Edmonson says she's 'beyond devastated for the girls, who deserved so much more..' after the team failed to make the podium in Rio. Still nursing injuries from last Monday's shocking training crash, the team fought back to place 5th overall.

Orica-AIS rider Annemiek van Vleuten in intensive care with three small fractures in her back and a concussion after a high-speed crash during the final stages of the Rio Olympics women’s road race.

Sophie Mackay has taken home the San Rafael Sunset Criterium first place title and the Belt of Royalty after out sprinting TWENTY16 rider Holly Breck and 2016 USA National Criterium runner up, Elle Anderson.

KASK are pleased to announce a partnership with Strongher, a leading initiative promoting women’s cycling worldwide.

Aussie cycling sensation Chloe Hosking takes out the 2016 La Course by Le Tour de France in thrilling sprint finish.

It’s great to see that there are more women riding, stepping up to racing and taking the pursuit pretty seriously. If you’ve thought about joining them, then this article and the subsequent series might just help you get there.

An Irish, Dutch, American and Australian woman walked into a pub. They all had one thing in common. They loved cycling. It was July 2014, and they had been called to Pitlochry, Scotland for the unveiling of something very exciting in women’s cycling.