By the numbers: What it takes to be competitive at the women’s Tour of Flanders

The Tour of Flanders. It’s one of the toughest and most prestigious one-day races on the Women’s WorldTour calendar. With narrow, winding roads plus a bevy of tough, cobbled climbs, it’s a race that demands plenty from those who take it on, and especially from those challenging for victory. In the following piece, Dig Deep … The post By the numbers: What it takes to be competitive at the women’s Tour of Flanders appeared first on CyclingTips .

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