Cycling

The European Broadcasting Union (EBU) consortium of public-service broadcasters has renewed its rights deal with the European Cycling Union (UEC)

Cycling’s Tour de France is set to be the latest sports property to receive the Netflix documentary series treatment after a deal was struck between the streaming platform, race organiser Amaury Sport O…

Media group Discovery has expanded its international coverage of women’s cycling events the Tour de France Femmes and Paris-Roubaix Femmes by acquiring rights in various other territories.

The Infront agency has entered into an exclusive media and marketing rights agreement with the E3 Saxo Bank Classic cycling event in Flanders, Belgium
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NBC Sports has secured the United States broadcast rights to the Women’s Tour de France, with the event to be aired on cable channel CNBC and streaming service Peacock.

Discovery is set to be named as the new organiser and promoter of the Mountain Bike World Cup, strengthening the media group's ties with the International Cycling Union (UCI).

Public-service broadcaster Radio France has agreed a three-year extension to its rights deal for the men’s Tour de France, while adding rights to the new women’s edition of the cycling ‘Grand Tour’. Rad

The International Cycling Union (UCI) has secured live coverage of its Track Champions League in the Baltics through an agreement between TV3 Group and Discovery, its global promoter and media rights distributor

The Unipublic agency, organiser of cycling’s Vuelta a España, posted a profit of €5.2m ($6m) in 2020 despite the challenges posed by the Covid-19 pandemic.

The International Cycling Union (UCI) has announced a rights deal with Teledeporte, the free-to-air digital terrestrial channel of Spanish public broadcaster RTVE, for its new Track Champions League competition

The International Cycling Union (UCI) has this morning announced a broadcast deal with Claro Sports in Latin America for coverage of its new Track Champions League competition

The International Cycling Union (UCI) has announced a deal with French public-service broadcaster France Télévisions for coverage of its new Track Champions League competition.

Media group Discovery has secured exclusive rights in over 50 markets to show the women's Tour de France until at least 2025

RTBF, the French-language public-service broadcaster in Belgium, has acquired rights to the International Cycling Union (UCI)’s new Track Champions League competition.

The European Cycling Union (UEC) has chosen French digital media company Sportall to host its new UECTV video application. The multi-screen service provides live and on-demand access to UEC competitions

The Women's Tour, the women's staged six-day cycle race which takes place in the UK and part of the UCI Women's World Tour since 2016, will not be broadcast live this year due to "commercial realities

Media group Discovery has bolstered its cycling portfolio after acquiring exclusive global rights to the Cyclo-cross Superprestige