(https://pbs.twimg.com/profile_images/557574205680517120/6XOk-CFj_400x400.png)The history of the City of Cittiglio Binda Trophy, - UCI Women's Road World Tour Cittiglio, the birthplace of Alfredo Binda, the first world champion on the road. full of anecdotes and big names in its roll of honor, it makes it a unique event in the Italian and international scene. The women's race named after him was held for the first time in 1974 as a regional race, after the race at the national level since 1999 and eventually promoted internationally since 2007, and only Italian stage of the World Cup 2008-2015 . Since 2016 reconfirmed the international calendar of the UCI Women World Tour that has reformulated the World Cup with the inclusion of some stage races.
The UCI Women's World Tour, female version in the same circuit reserved to professionals in the men's field, was set up to meet the rapid growth of women's cycling. The schedule includes the spring classics, exciting stage races held worldwide and monument competitions which are often linked to events UCI WorldTour men. The UCI Women World Tour 2017 with 35 days of racing spread across 4 stage races and 13 one-day races that will be held in 9 countries. The first 20 UCI women's teams are invited to each event, with the power given to the organizers to invite a larger number of teams. The UCI Women World Tour provides an absolute individual overall standings, a ranking reserved for athletes up to 23 years and a team classification.
| Previous winners|
|2016|| DEIGNAN-ARMITSTEAD Elisabeth|| |
|2015|| DEIGNAN-ARMITSTEAD Elisabeth|| |
|2014|| JOHANSSON Emma|| |
|2013|| LONGO BORGHINI Elisa|| |
|2012|| VOS Marianne|| |
|2011|| POOLEY Emma |
|2010|| VOS Marianne|| |
|2009|| VOS Marianne|| |
|2008|| POOLEY Emma|| |
|2007|| COOKE Nicole|| |
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