The UCI Women’s WorldTour continues this weekend in Belgium with one of the world’s biggest single day races, the famous Ronde van Vlaanderen, or Tour of Flanders on Sunday 3 April.

The pinnacle of the cobbled classics for the women, the Ronde van Vlaanderen UCI Women's WorldTour race celebrates its 13th edition taking place just ahead of the men's event and covering 142-kilometres, including ten classified climbs.

Names such as Haaghoek, Oude Kwaremont and the Paterberg are famous with cycling fans the world over, so make sure you check out the latest edition of the UCI Women's WorldTour Chronicle looking at the race and previous editions.

For a whole host of useful links, including information on where to watch and how to follow Sunday's big race, click on the ever excellent Pro Women's Cycling blog here.  You can find maps, profiles and plenty of links to social media.

The latest rider list is available on ProCyclingStats here.  Current WorldTour leader Chantal Blaak wears #12 and lines up alongside teammate Lizzie Armitstead.  Between both riders they have won all four UCI Women's WorldTour rounds held so far in 2016.

Last year's winner Elisa Longo Borghini is #1 leading a strong Wiggle HIGH5 team while there's extra British interest with former Matrix Fitness Series champion Eileen Roe lining up for Lares Waowdeals and domestic squads Podium Ambition p/b Club La Santa and Drops Cycling Team both making their UCI WorldTour debuts.

Don't forget, if the new-for-2016 UCI Women's WorldTour has got you inspired to get on your bike, why not join us for the Tour Ride Northamptonshire, the official sportive of the Aviva Women's Tour. Using sections of the Stage Five route, there are a choice of 40 and 80-mile routes, plus a family Fun Ride of 10-miles. To find out more and to enter, click on the image below.