Women's Tour de France, TV-time, safety and ethics concerns on the agenda for CPA Women

women's peloton
women's peloton (Image credit: Getty Images)

The CPA Women announced that it held two important meetings last week, the first with the UCI on December 15 to discuss a range of topics including riders safety, COVID-19 protocols, and parity within cycling, and the second with Amaury Sport Organisation (ASO) on December 16 to discuss a future women's Tour de France.

ASO's marquee Tour de France has continued to thrive over a hundred years but the organisation has been criticised for not offering an official women's Tour de France since the original six editions held from 1984-1989.

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