Dreaming Big: How One Woman Rode The Vuelta Route Before The Pros

There is no three-week Grand Tour for female cyclists, yet it’s a challenge many have found a way to take on. We can look right back to 1924 when the “devil in a dress” Alfonsina Strada, entered under a man’s name and rode the Giro d’Italia. Just a couple of months ago 13 women rode … The post Dreaming big: How one woman rode the Vuelta route before the pros appeared first on CyclingTips .

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