How Drops-Le Col Have Prepared For Liege-Bastogne-Liege

Maria David 23 Apr 2021 After a promising start to the season, Drops-Le Col let us in on their preparations for Liège-Bastogne-Liège. Photos: Rhode Photo British Drops-Le Col s/b Tempur rider Joss Lowden is buzzing after placing fifth at Brabantse Pijl recently. With riders from all the top ranked teams being present, this was a women's WorldTour race in all but name. Lowden was in the final select break with fancied riders like Demi Vollering ( SD Worx ) and Ruth Winder ( Trek-Segafredo ), but just missed out in the dash for the finish line. As a relative newcomer to WorldTour racing, Lowden’s strong showing at Brabantse Pijl, along with a top 10 finish at the Healthy Ageing Tour, has been confidence-building for the team’s 2021 campaign. Image 2 of 5 Image 2 of 5 Preparation for Liège-Bastogne-Liège Manager Tom Varney made the decision for the women to skip ...

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