You've been having your say on the dreary news about the Women's Tour this morning...
Matthew Acton-Varian said it is a "sad indictment of the state of the professional sport away from the men's WorldTour."
"Not enough investment, not enough sponsorship, and not enough opportunity for female cyclists to show their mettle from the bottom up. Whilst recent additions such as the Paris-Roubaix and TdF Femmes are great news, the fact that other women's calendar stalwarts are struggling is very sad indeed."
Awavey: "I'm not sure it's an indictment of the whole sport, just the sport in general in the UK, those London Olympics were over a decade ago now, I suspect the Tour of Britain's finances are equally perilous, given the piecemeal fashion the event is being announced,and has the same lack of sponsors and potentially lack of vehicle provision.
"That to me was the most shocking part that Skoda didn't want to be involved in the Women's Tour at all. You could tell just last year the Women's Tour was struggling, and struggling to engage people too, so I'm not the least surprised it's come to this."
Over on Twitter, Matt L asked if British Cycling is doing enough... "Last year Shell joined British Cycling as an official partner. For the Women's Tour to go ahead they needed to find £500,000. Why did I mention Shell? £500,000 is less than eight minutes of profit. Want to help British Cycling? Save our races!"