Trek shifts women’s race to prime position at Waterloo CX World Cup

Supported by There’ll be another equity promoting first at the Telenet UCI World Cup Cyclo-cross Waterloo in 2018, with the ground breaking move to shift the women’s elite race to the marquee position. Last September Trek, which is hosting the Waterloo-based world cup round, said it would put the funds up so the race could be the … The post Trek shifts women’s race to prime position at Waterloo CX World Cup appeared first on CyclingTips .

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