Women's Cycling

New to the role of Communications Director at the inaugural women's rider union: the Cyclists' Alliance, Aussie go-getter Gracie Elvin has big plans about changing the face of women's cycling.

In celebration of International Women's Day, the cycling community has rallied together to host a number of fantastic events, here's our pick of the lot.

Former and current female pro-riders have come together to create the inaugural women's rider union: The Cyclists’ Alliance, which aims to unite professional female riders from all over the world to work towards an equal and sustainable sport.

Our Women's Journalist Gemma Mollenhauer, recently completed in her first NRS tour. It was quite the eye-opener to say the least.

An Aussie rider has again made the podium at the Road Cycling World Championships with Queenslander Katrin Garfoot scoring silver in the elite women's road race in Bergen, Norway.

Annemiek van Vleuten’s incredible comeback has continued with the star Orica-Scott rider claiming gold to win the women’s time trial event at the Road Cycling World Championships in Bergen, Norway.

"Mid sprint I managed to snap my chain," she said, as if it was just a puncture. ”When you’re about to crash, normally you have about a second where you think 'I'm about to crash’,” Lauren Kitchen said.

Aussie road and track rider Annette Edmonson was recently asked why she and so many other professional cyclists call the Catalan city of Girona home. In this fascinating article she explains all ...

'Nettie' rides for Wiggle High5 Pro Cycling, is a two time World Track Champion, Olympic medalist, Commonwealth Champion and multiple National Champion. She's also a passionate campaigner for human rights, an advocate for World Vision Australia and the 40 Hour Famine.

Aussie trooper, Peta Mullens has taken gold at the Australian National Cyclocross Championships, bringing her National Title tally up to 10.

Girona-based cyclist Therese takes us up and down top local climb Els Angels. If you're planning to visit Girona you simply must ride this climb!

They’re not just there to make friends and look good in lycra, these girls are the real deal and they’re here to race. They’re here to hurt. They’re the #trackbabes of Melbourne, Australia.

With solid support from her Orica-Scott teammates, Annemiek Van Vleuten attacked hard with five kilometres to go to score a stunning victory ...

In a move similar to Sagan's accidental unclip in Stage 3 of the TDF, Orica Scott's Annemiek van Vleuten victorious in the Giro Rosa ITT after dropping her chain mid-ride.

Described as 'ultra-light' and 'agile' the newly unveiled Liv Langma will feature in the Team Sunweb arsenal at the 2017 Giro Rosa.

Brisbane cyclist, Lucy Kennedy has been awarded the Amy Gillett Cycling Scholarship for 2017 due to her sporting potential and her commitment to a career outside sport.