05 March 2020

Strade Bianche and Strade Bianche Women Elite postponed from 7 March

After the meeting this morning at the Prefecture of Siena, in the presence of His Excellency the Prefect and the Mayor of Siena, verified that there are no conditions for guaranteeing the provisions of the DPCM (Decreto del Presidente del Consiglio dei Ministri della Repubblica Italiana – Decree of the President of the Council of Ministers of the Italian Republic) on 4 March 2020, RCS Sport has agreed with the appropriate authorities to cancel the two cycling races scheduled for Saturday 7 March: Strade Bianche and Strade Bianche Women Elite.

04 March 2020

Media Note – Spring Races

Following the Decree of the President of the Council of Ministers of the Italian Republic of 4 March 2020, RCS Sport announces that the Gran Fondo Strade Bianche scheduled for 8 March is canceled. The details of the new date will be communicated in the future.

26 February 2020

Strade Bianche Women Elite: 23 teams at the start

The 23 teams to participate at the Strade Bianche Women Elite on 7 March are announced today. All 8 UCI Women’s WorldTeams and the best 7 UCI Women’s Continental Teams are expected to start, along with 8 wild cards.

16 January 2020

2020 UCI WorldTour races Wild Cards: RCS Sport choices

RCS Sport has today announced its selection of wild card teams that will participate at four out of its six UCI WorldTour races: Giro d’Italia, Tirreno-Adriatico, Milano-Sanremo, and Strade Bianche.

11 March 2019

The Strade Bianche route joins cycle tourism project

On Friday 8th March, at the start of the weekend of the Strade Bianche pro race and gran fondo, the Terre di Siena Slow (TSS) project was presented in Siena. It is promoted jointly by the Provincial Administration of Siena, the Municipality of Siena (leading body), 32 Municipalities of the Province of Siena and local sports associations such as the Bici Club Terre di Siena, ARI Association, FIAB Siena and the Eroica.

09 March 2019

Julian Alaphilippe claims his dream victory

Julian Alaphilippe della Deceunick – Quick-Step è diventato il primo francese a vincere la Strade Bianche nelle tredici edizioni della gara disputata sugli sterri senesi. Ha battuto l’ultimo compagno di fuga, Jakob Fuglsang dell’Astana Pro Team, sulla salita finale di Via Santa Caterina poco prima di raggiungere la magnifica Piazza del Campo a Siena. Proprio come un anno fa, la stella del ciclocross Wout Van Aert, ora in forza al Team Jumbo – Visma, ha conquistato il terzo posto. Il trio aveva attaccato a 24 km dall’arrivo.

09 March 2019

Julian Alaphilippe wins the Strade Bianche NamedSport 2019

The French rider Julian Alaphilippe (Deceuninck – Quick-Step) has won the 13th edition of Strade Bianche NamedSport; part of the UCI WorldTour, the race covered 184km from Siena (Fortezza Medicea) to Siena (Piazza del Campo). Taking the win on the finish line in the historic square, Alaphilippe beat Jakob Fuglsang (Astana Pro Team) and Wout Van Aert (Team Jumbo – Visma).

09 March 2019

Annemiek van Vleuten wins the Strade Bianche Women Elite NamedSport 2019

The Dutch rider Annemiek van Vleuten (Mitchelton – Scott) went solo to win the fifth edition of Strade Bianche Women Elite NamedSport. The race, the first in this year’s UCI Women’s WorldTour, covered 136km from Siena (Fortezza Medicea) to Siena (Piazza del Campo). Van Vleuten crossed the finish line in the historic square ahead of Annika Langvad (Boels Dolmans Cycling Team) and Katarzyna Niewiadoma (Canyon // SRAM Racing).

09 March 2019

Good Morning from the Strade Bianche NamedSport!

The men’s edition of the ‘Northern Classic in the South of Europe’, now in its 13th edition, organised by RCS Sport/La Gazzetta dello Sport and part of the UCI WorldTour calendar, started today from Siena at 10:40 with 147 riders.

08 March 2019

2019 Strade Bianche NamedSport – all set for the gravel challenge

UCI Road World Champion Anna van der Breggen and Tiesj Benoot, last year’s winners, present the 2019 Strade Bianche.

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