Gallery: Double Delight For Jumbo-Visma At A Thrilling Amstel Gold Race
Great photos from two great races around the Dutch countryside. The post Gallery: Double delight for Jumbo-Visma at a thrilling Amstel Gold Race appeared first on CyclingTips .
Preview: What You Need To Know Ahead Of The Women’S Amstel Gold Race
Everything you need to know about the course and riders to watch during Sunday's Amstel Gold Race. The post Preview: What you need to know ahead of the women’s Amstel Gold Race appeared first on CyclingTips .
Vn News Ticker: Amstel Gold Uncertainty For Anna Van Der Breggen, Mark Cavendish Double ‘Gives A Lot Of Confidence’
Here's the news making headlines for Wednesday, April 14. Read the full article at VN news ticker: Amstel Gold uncertainty for Anna van der Breggen, Mark Cavendish double ‘gives a lot of confidence’ on VeloNews.com .
Gallery: Van Vleuten’S Second Flanders Win, 10 Years In The Making
Photo highlights from the 2021 women's Tour of Flanders. The post Gallery: Van Vleuten’s second Flanders win, 10 years in the making appeared first on CyclingTips .
Preview: Your Guide To The 2021 Women’S Tour Of Flanders
The list of favorites is as long as the list of climbs for this years Ronde van Vlaanderen. The post Preview: Your guide to the 2021 women’s Tour of Flanders appeared first on CyclingTips .
Ellen Van Dijk Dreams Of A Solo Win In Roubaix
Ellen van Dijk is looking forward to Flanders' holy week and has her fingers crossed for Paris-Roubaix. The post Ellen van Dijk dreams of a solo win in Roubaix appeared first on CyclingTips .
Team Van: Ford Transit To Sponsor Super-Team From 2022 Uniting Van Aert And Van Der Poel
Jack Elton-Walters 1 Apr 2021 Other signings reported to include Van der Breggen, Van Vleuten and Van Avermaet. Team to be managed by QuickStep's Gert van Bondt Ford is set to make its return to the world of professional cycling in 2022 through a new super-team sponsored by its Transit Van subsidiary. With a provisional name of 'Team Van powered by Ford', the biggest news is the bringing together of arch rivals Wout van Aert and Mathieu van der Poel . Pushing each other to extremes of racing achievement across cyclocross for a number of years and more recently on the road – with the pair set to take the start line at this weekend's Tour of Flanders as joint-favourites – the new team is looking to line the pair up as internal-rivals at all major races next season, believing this approach will guarantee the most victories according to Transit's ...
Preview: Women’S Worldtour Racing Continues With Trofeo Alfredo Binda
Round two of the Women's WorldTour is approaching! Here's what you need to know ahead of the race. The post Preview: Women’s WorldTour racing continues with Trofeo Alfredo Binda appeared first on CyclingTips .
Anna Van Der Breggen Is Retiring, And She Wants You To Be Ok With It, Too
The double world champion is looking forward to her future as a sports director and mother. Read the full article at Anna van der Breggen is retiring, and she wants you to be OK with it, too on VeloNews.com .
Gallery: A Tactical Master Class At The Women’S Strade Bianche
The rain held off but SD Worx did not. It was clear, when the super team had 4 of the front 11, that they would grab hold of the race. The only question was, which one of them would end up off the front? Chantal van den Broek-Blaak wasn’t supposed to win on Saturday. She […] The post Gallery: A tactical master class at the women’s Strade Bianche appeared first on CyclingTips .
Strade Bianche: Chantal Van Den Broek-Blaak Delivers Victory For Sd Worx
SD Worx dominates the final phase of racing and takes a one-three on the podium with van der Breggen. Read the full article at Strade Bianche: Chantal van den Broek-Blaak delivers victory for SD Worx on VeloNews.com .
Women’S Cycling Weekly: Issue 15
A weekly curation of women's cycling news and content The post Women’s Cycling Weekly: Issue 15 appeared first on CyclingTips .
Team Bikes Of The 2021 Women’S Worldtour
All the bikes, groupsets, wheels, and equipment of the Women's World Tour peloton including some custom bikes The post Team bikes of the 2021 Women’s WorldTour appeared first on CyclingTips .
These Six Riders Could Crash The Sd Worx Party At Strade Bianche
Anna van der Breggen and SD Worx looked untouchable at Omloop Het Nieuwsblad, but these riders will take on the super team at Strade Bianche. Read the full article at These six riders could crash the SD Worx party at Strade Bianche on VeloNews.com .
Preview: What You Should Know About The 2021 Women’S Strade Bianche
Everything you need to know about the course, the weather, and the contenders ahead of the 6th edition of Strade Bianche. The post Preview: What you should know about the 2021 women’s Strade Bianche appeared first on CyclingTips .
Anna Van Der Breggen - The Grand Finale
As part of her guest edit of Cycling Weekly magazine, Elinor Barker chose to interview double World Champion Anna van der Breggen to find out what makes her tick. DENIA, SPAIN - JANUARY 07: Anna Van Der Breggen of The Netherlands and Team SD Worx World Champion Jersey poses during the Team SD Worx 2021, Training Camp / @teamsdworx / on January 07, 2021 in Denia, Spain. (Photo by Luc Claessen/Getty Images) Would you rather; your child was extremely smart or extremely kind? This is one of the questions I was most looking forward to asking Anna van der Breggen. “Would you rather” is something my teammates and I play when we’re bored on long rides or travel days. It kills time, and sometimes gives an unexpected […]
Flanders Classics Ceo: ‘The Prize Money Was According To The Uci Financial Obligations’
Prize money inequality back in the spotlight as Van der Breggen earns €930 and Ballerini earns €16,000 at Omloop Het Niewsblaud. Read the full article at Flanders Classics CEO: ‘The prize money was according to the UCI financial obligations’ on VeloNews.com .
Cyclist’S 31 Inspirational Women No14: Anna Van Der Breggen
Sponsored Maria David 14 Mar 2021 The reigning Road Race and Time-Trial World Champ, and the current Olympic champion To celebrate International Women's Month, we have partnered with Zwift to tell the stories of 31 inspirational women across 31 days Words : Maria David Photo : Bettini Photo One of the most consistent female professional road cyclists, Anna van der Breggen has regularly featured on the podium throughout her career, clinching no fewer than 53 victories since 2012. Last year the Dutch SD Worx rider became only the second woman in history (after Jeannie Longo in 1985) to win the UCI Road Race and Time-Trial World Championships in the same year. And in 2021 she has simply picked up where she left off by winning the season-opening Omloop Het Nieuwsblad. Added to that, she is a nominee for a Laureus World Sports award – an accolade previously won by the ...
Cyclist’S 31 Inspirational Women No12: Ashleigh Moolman-Pasio
Maria David Sponsored 12 Mar 2021 Africa's most successful female pro rider, who went from hating indoor training to become UCI Esports World Champion To celebrate International Women's Month, we have partnered with Zwift to tell the stories of 31 inspirational women across 31 days Words : Maria David Photography : Getty Sport South Africa’s Ashleigh Moolman-Pasio got into cycle racing effectively through a process of elimination. After trying triathlon at Stellenbosch University in the Western Cape, she found that swimming was not her forte and running caused her various injuries. Which left cycling. After graduating with a degree in chemical engineering, Ashleigh and her triathlete husband Carl Pasio moved to Europe to pursue their dream of being professional athletes. The couple loved life there so much that they settled near Girona, Spain and set up a cycle touring business, Rocacorba, in the foothills of the Pyrenees. As a pro ...
Cyclist’S 31 Inspirational Women No11: Jeannie Longo
Maria David Sponsored 11 Mar 2021 An all-time great who set the benchmark for today's generation of female pro riders and is still competing to this day To celebrate International Women's Month, we have partnered with Zwift to tell the stories of 31 inspirational women across 31 days Words : Maria David Photography : Offside If longevity were an Olympic sport, Jeannie Longo would be a multiple gold medallist. The Frenchwoman began racing professionally in 1979 after enjoying success as a downhill skier, and she hasn’t stopped racing since. Living and training in the French Alps helped her win the 1985 World Championships in the foothills of the Italian Dolomites, against her Italian arch-rival Maria Canins. By that point she had already won the French road race title six years in a row, but Jeannie was just getting started. She would go on to win a further four World Road ...