From Broken Kneecap To Breakout Star

Supported by Over the past two weekends, 19-year-old British rider April Tacey (Drops) has taken the virtual racing world by storm. She’s gone from being a first-year professional that few beyond the British racing scene had even heard of, to one of the biggest success stories to emerge from this bizarre, pandemic-affected season. And it’s not just … The post From broken kneecap to breakout star appeared first on CyclingTips .

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