Emma Johansson

Ella Picks: Women’s cycling content we loved this week

Beyond the race coverage round-up, this week’s Ella Picks is a bit light on links. Either it was a quiet week in women’s cycling or I missed a lot of the good stuff published last week. If it was the latter, feel free to pipe up in the comments section, and I’ll make sure to […]


Daily News Digest

In this morning’s edition of the CyclingTips Daily News Digest: Fabio Aru wins the Vuelta a España, John Degenkolb claims the final stage; Tim Wellens wins the Grand Prix Cycliste de Montreal; Rigoberto Uran wins the Grand Prix Cycliste de Québec; Edvald Boasson Hagen claims his second Tour of Britain title; Shelley Olds wins La […]


Daily News Digest

In this morning’s edition of the CyclingTips Daily News Digest: Roche outsprints Zubeldia on stage 18 of the Vuelta, Dumoulin resists attacks to maintain lead; Wout Poels wins stage 5 of the Tour of Britain, Boasson Hagen into yellow; Floortje Mackaij claims stage 3 of the Lotto Belgium Tour, Johansson into lead; Boeckmans finally out […]


Orica-AIS: What I know now that I wish I knew then

The tip section on the homepage just below the featured stories and newsletter sign-up is populated by responses to the question: “What do you know now that you wish you knew then?” It’s a question we ask repeatedly in interviews. We ask professional cyclists. We ask industry leaders. We ask the women we met on […]


Daily News Digest

In this morning’s edition of the CyclingTips Daily News Digest: Marcel Kittel returns to form with Tour of Poland stage 1 win; Barbara Guarischi wins Sparkassen Giro World Cup by a bike throw; Jempy Drucker wins Prudential RideLondon & Surrey Classic; Adam Yates wins Clasica Ciclista San Sebastian; BMC exploring legal action after Van Avermaet […]


Emma Johansson inks two-year deal with Wiggle Honda; confirms plans to retire following Rio Olympics

Wiggle Honda announced a two-year deal with Swedish national champion Emma Johansson on Saturday. The press release issued by the team states that Johansson would make the move to the British-registered squad for the 2016-2017 seasons but includes a quote from Johansson that indicates she plans to retire following the 2016 Rio Olympics. Why a […]


Photo gallery: Highlights from the 2015 La Course

The second edition of La Course proved as prestigious as the first. The women’s peloton enjoyed the fuss and fanfare that comes with racing around the Champs-Élysées in front of the biggest crowds of the year as well as a world-wide television audience. While the rain may have soaked the roads and caused crashes aplenty, it […]


Daily News Digest

In this morning’s edition of the CyclingTips Daily News Digest: Bardet solos to stage 18 win; Emma Johansson wins Thüringen Rundfahrt overall; Colombian Cyclist Fails Doping Test; Moto collision costs Jakob Fuglsang a chance at Tour de France stage win; A closer look at FSA’s electronic groupset; Tour de France GoPro footage: The best of […]


Lizzie Armitstead: best in the world

Women’s professional cycling has a new leader. The recently updated UCI Individual Rankings shows that Britain’s Lizzie Armitstead (Boels-Dolmans) is the best ranked rider in the world, taking the number one spot from The Netherland’s Marianne Vos (Rabo-Liv) who’s been sidelined with injuries all season. Armitstead has been enjoying a very successful season. In the […]

Is the Aviva Women’s Tour too easy?

Emma Johansson (Orica-AIS) is preparing to head to the airport following the fifth stage of the Aviva Women’s Tour. She has a flight out to Oslo four hours after the British stage race has ended. Emma’s been on the road for two straight weeks – and she’s very much looking forward to reuniting with her […]