In the Spring of 2019, we performed a follow-up survey to help us understand how our sport has changed in the last two years. Many of you responded, and provided important feedback about many of the key issues that we initially asked the women riders in our first surveys of 2017, as well new questions about UCI reforms.
The Cyclists’ Alliance is an affiliate member of the UNI World Players, an exclusive global association of organised players and athletes across professional sport. As proud members, we are honoured to work with them on different subjects, and today, on International Human Rights Day, the World Players Association announced its…
The Cyclists’ Alliance is happy to announce a new partnership with Futurumshop, a Dutch based online sports retailer. Proud of this new affiliation, Futurumshop founder, Harmen Vermeulen, stated: “This partnership will bring us a lot of expertise and experience from female riders who are professionally active in cycling. Recently, we…
In 2020 the Hammer series had intended to introduce a Women’s edition of Hammer Stavanger. This event was recently blocked by the UCI, resulting in a subsequent public appeal by Hammer series and Velon.
Last week The Cyclists’ Alliance held our first General Assembly. We are happy to present you the newly formed rider council and new board members.
Who calls the tune? Riders, or the team they represent? On the surface, a team of six riders cycling with full commitment in a big race, doing their very best to represent their jersey, may suggest they are happy and being treated fairly and justly by their team. Not always.
Any rider, whether they are a member of The Cyclists’ Alliance or not, can contact us if you are experiencing abuse within the sport. As is the case with the UCI Ethics Commission or your national safe sport contact point, for purposes of confidentiality, any discussions surrounding such cases will…
While it looks the professional womens peloton and The Cyclists’ Alliance have given up their dream of a Tour de France for women, Donnons des Elles au Velo haven’t. Abby Mickey finds out why both organizations have a different opinion and what they have in common.
Filing a complaint is the best way to protect the riders and the sport from offenders. It’s very much case-by-case but it’s important that the riders who experience these types of situations file a formal complaint, even though it is not an easy process. It’s the only way to get these people out of the sport.
We would like to inform you on The Cyclists’ Alliance and share our annual report with you. We created the Alliance 18 months ago and since then represented the career interests of all women in competitive cycling.