A collection of stories, news and information that we thought you might find interesting and relevent.
- It seems that, finally, we can expect the return of the women’s Tour de France. A women’s Tour de France can’t come soon enough to shed cycling of its old-school stereotypes. Jeremy Whittle discusses the UCI’s commitment to a policy of equal representation of women and men on both the field of play and in governance and what this will mean for the sport cycling in 2021 and beyond in La Course En Tete.
- Velonews discusses the recent pivot that rowers, runners and skiers are making to cycling. They have the engines to be successful in the sport and many are making their mark, but some lack the racing savvy. Read about this movement at Velonews >>
- Retirement from sport is much more than a career switch, and it takes an incredible amount of adjustment when the time comes to move on. In a recent interview, Michael’s former teammate, Adam Hansen explains why retirement can be much less difficult when it is planned as a process rather than an event and how with the right planning in place, leaving the peloton can be a truly rewarding and positive experience.