Cycling

Pulse Media, an Italian production and media rights distribution company, has acquired the exclusive rights to women’s cycling’s Giro Rosa until at least 2022.

The International Cycling Union (UCI) has announced a partnership with Discovery which will see the two collaborate on the creation of a new UCI Track Cycling World League

UCI Women’s WorldTour event the Ladies Tour of Norway has appointed the Spring Media agency to market its global broadcast rights and handle its production needs.

The European Broadcasting Union has retained its rights to the Tour de France and Vuelta a España ‘Grand Tour’ cycling races out to 2025. T

Italian streaming platform PMG Sport has agreed a three-year extension to its media-rights deal for cycling’s Tour of the Alps, with the latest contract widening its remit to marketing.

Global viewing figures for the International Cycling Union’s (UCI) 2019 Road World Championships rose by 31 per cent from the previous year’s event, according to organiser Welcome to Yorkshire.

Digital sports media company Play Sports Group has enhanced the range of language options for Global Cycling Network by launching a German-language ‘GCN auf Deutsch’ channel.

BeIN Media Group has today (Tuesday) claimed another victory in its ongoing battle against Saudi entities, with a French court ruling that the Qatar-based broadcaster’s rights deal with Amaury Sport O…

The Six Day Series track cycling competition has renewed an agreement with international sports broadcaster Eurosport and signed a number of additional media-rights deals ahead of its 2019-20 season

The latest rights deals for cycling’s Tour de France and La Vuelta a España represent good business for the buyers, the European Broadcasting Union and Discovery Communications, industry insiders familiar with the deals told SportBusiness Media.

Tour de France rights-holder Amaury Sport Organisation’s decision to exclusively sell the property in Canada to OTT platform FloSports for the 2020-23 cycle represents an experiment that could lead to similar streaming partnerships in other territories, SportBusiness Media understands.

Ryan Fenton discusses FloSports’ acquisition of Tour de France rights in Canada as well as the OTT platform’s wider cycling strategy.

Public-service broadcaster ARD’s three-year renewal of its Tour de France rights deal in Germany reflects its renewed commitment to the Tour following earlier concerns over doping. It follows two two-year deals which the broadcaster considered a test period.

The Tour of Guangxi, the final stop on this year’s UCI World Tour calendar, is to be broadcast live in at least 50 territories.

OTT streaming service FloSports has renewed its sublicensing deal in North America with US streaming platform Fubo for a package of cycling races, including the Giro d’Italia and events operated by the I…

Spanish telco Telefónica has renewed its deal with agency Mediapro for the rights to broadcast a range of live sports in public places during the 2019-20 season.

Australian public-service broadcaster SBS has acquired exclusive rights to eight cycling events through a new agreement with the Amaury Sport Organisation (ASO)

The Amaury Sport Organisation, which organises cycling’s Tour de France and Vuelta a España, has signed a content-focused partnership with technical solutions provider Globecast.

China Sports Zhibo announced a deal to live stream the Tour de France on their website from 2019-2021

Global Cycling Network has launched GCN Japan, its first dedicated channel in Asia

OTT streaming service FloSports has acquired exclusive rights in Canada to the Tour de France cycling competition from 2020 to 2023, it said on Thursday

Online women’s cycling platform Voxwomen has struck a global partnership with the Trek-Segafredo team to offer free highlights of the 2019 Giro Rosa women's race in Italy next month.

French public-service broadcaster France Télévisions has partnered with social media company Snapchat to launch a new series of sport-focused videos.

German public-service broadcaster ARD has signed a three-year extension to its rights deal for cycling’s Tour de France.

International broadcaster Eurosport is set to launch a specialised cycling portal in Spain

David Zaslav, president and chief executive of Discovery, has said that the US media company is keen on adding to its sports portfolio, and that it is “opportunistic” in using sport as a means to drive eng…

International sports broadcaster Eurosport has further enhanced its cycling rights portfolio by agreeing a deal for the Vuelta a San Juan, Argentina’s leading road race.

US media group Discovery has significantly increased its stake in digital sports media company Play Sports Group, furthering its effort to create the world’s leading cycling media ecosystem.

The International Cycling Union (UCI) has agreed a three-year extension to its exclusive production and rights partnership with Red Bull Media House

The International Cycling Union (UCI) and its partner, the European Broadcasting Union consortium of public-service broadcasters, have hailed record viewing figures for the recently concluded 2018 Road…

Sports-streaming service FloSports has reached an agreement with international sports broadcaster Eleven Sports to distribute a programming feed of a range of events to its subscribers in the United States

International sports broadcaster Eurosport has agreed a long-term rights deal for cycling’s returning Deutschland Tour event.

Chinese internet company Tencent has extended its rights deal for the Tour de France cycling event.

Digital media company Play Sports Network has launched its first non-English language channel as part of what it states will be a major internationalisation plan.

Amaury Sport Organisation has struck broadcast rights deals in a host of overseas markets ahead of the 2018 edition of the Tour de France cycling race.

Sports-streaming service FloSports has acquired rights in Canada for major events operated by the International Cycling Union (UCI).

Organisers of the Giro d’Italia have said the 2018 edition of the cycling ‘Grand Tour’ event will receive record coverage as it prepares to commence outside European borders for the first time in its history.