Meet The Knavens: The First Father And Daughter To Race In Paris-Roubaix

.rssTitle, .rssSubTitle, .rssContent, .rssBottomLinks {display: none;} img {max-width:100% !important; height: auto !important} Meet the Knavens: The first father and daughter to race in Paris-Roubaix Twenty years after Servais Knaven won Paris-Roubaix, there will be another Knaven on the start line: his daughter, Britt. Read More

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See You Around, Anna Van Der Breggen

.rssTitle, .rssSubTitle, .rssContent, .rssBottomLinks {display: none;} img {max-width:100% !important; height: auto !important} See you around, Anna van der Breggen On Saturday Van der Breggen will race her bike for the final time, and for everything she's given to the sport and will give in the future, we want to say thanks. Read More

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Lotte Kopecky Is Hunting Rainbows In Belgium

.rssTitle, .rssSubTitle, .rssContent, .rssBottomLinks {display: none;} img {max-width:100% !important; height: auto !important} Lotte Kopecky is hunting rainbows in Belgium Lotte Kopecky is the home favorite for the World Championships. Can she bring the rainbows to Belgium? Read More

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Anna Van Der Breggen’S Winning Itt Left 12 Riders Outside The Time Limit

.rssTitle, .rssSubTitle, .rssContent, .rssBottomLinks {display: none;} Anna van der Breggen's winning ITT left 12 riders outside the time limit Van der Breggen won over her teammate Demi Vollering by over a minute. Read More

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It’S Sd Worx’S World, We’Re Just Living In It

.rssTitle, .rssSubTitle, .rssContent, .rssBottomLinks {display: none;} It's SD Worx's world, we're just living in it Anna Van der Breggen took the victory on stage 2 of the Giro Donne, with her two teammates finishing second and third. Read More

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The Dying Art Of The Team Time Trial Can Make Or Break Gc Dreams

.rssTitle, .rssSubTitle, .rssContent, .rssBottomLinks {display: none;} The dying art of the team time trial can make or break GC dreams Trek-Segafredo starts the Giro Donne with a head start on SD Worx. Read More

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La Course By Le Tour De France: Everything You Need To Know

PARIS, FRANCE - JULY 26: Anna Van Der Breggen of the Netherlands and Rabo Liv Woman Cycling Team cel

The history, route, riders and key information about the women's one-day race that precedes the 2021 Tour de France

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Evie Richards Takes A Huge Bunny Hop Into The Olympics

Evie Richards takes a huge bunny hop into the Olympics

Maria David 24 Jun 2021 Childhood dream is fulfilled for the Trek Factory Racing-Red Bull rider, after a complicated trail to Tokyo 2020 A thrilled Evie Richards had her childhood dream come true earlier this week when her place on the Team GB Olympic squad was confirmed. The confirmatory email finally came through in the evening after an entire day spent waiting to find out if she would be on the plane to Tokyo. Needless to say there were huge celebrations in the Richards household when the 24-year-old Trek Factory Racing and Red Bull-sponsored rider found out that she will be on the start line at Izu (120km south of Tokyo) on 27th July for the cross-country mountain bike race. An initial bumpy road Richards will be just the second woman to represent Team GB in the mountain bike race since 2000, and will be the first Olympic mountain biking ...

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Former Pro Nikki Brammeier On Cycling’S Unhealthy Obsession With Weight

During Eating Disorder Awareness Week Nikki Brammeier opened up about her experiences in professional cycling. The post Former pro Nikki Brammeier on cycling’s unhealthy obsession with weight appeared first on CyclingTips .

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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 .

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Cyclist’S 31 Inspirational Women No12: Ashleigh Moolman-Pasio

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 ...

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Cyclist’S 31 Inspirational Women No9: Sarah Storey

Cyclist’s 31 Inspirational Women No9: Sarah Storey

Maria David Sponsored 9 Mar 2021 Paralympian, racing mentor and the only dame in cycling 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 Between her achievements as a Paralympian and her work to support young female cyclists, it’s no exaggeration to say that Sarah Storey is a household name. Her extraordinary contribution to sport has seen her awarded an MBE, an OBE and, in 2013, a DBE, making her the only dame in cycling. Between cycling and swimming she racked up 14 medals in seven Paralympic Games, making her the most successful Team GB Paralympian ever. Sarah has also supported dozens of female cycle racers through the Skoda Academy, and through her eponymous racing team, assisted by husband Barney. Dame Sarah talks about her reasons for passing on the torch and supporting developing ...

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What You Might Have Missed At The 2020 Giro Rosa

The Giro Rosa is done for another year. The teams, staff and press have all either gone home or headed on to Imola for Worlds. The ‘podium girl’ can stop wearing the white dress that makes her look like a parasol and put on a nice pair of comfy joggers. The guy who plays the … The post What you might have missed at the 2020 Giro Rosa appeared first on CyclingTips .

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This Is What One Woman Needed To Overcome To Ride In Afghanistan

Afsana Nawrozi got her first bicycle, a pink kid’s bike with training wheels, when she was seven. It had arrived from the United Arab Emirates where her father worked as a day laborer. She was asked to share it with her cousin, a boy her age. The two families lived on their ancestral farm in … The post This is what one woman needed to overcome to ride in Afghanistan appeared first on CyclingTips .

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12 Women To Watch In 2020

The 2020 cycling season is already underway but the biggest and best races are still to come. So who should you keep an eye on as the season unfolds? Well, here’s a handy dandy little list for you. This isn’t just a list of road racers — it includes some mountain bikers and other incredible … The post 12 women to watch in 2020 appeared first on CyclingTips .

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How Ruth Winder Dethroned Amanda Spratt To Lead The Women’S Tour Down Under

Supported by STIRLING, Australia (CT) – Amanda Spratt (Mitchelton-Scott) said yesterday that Women’s Tour Down Under wasn’t over. That today’s stage was very tough. That Ruth Winder (Trek-Segafredo) was looking very strong. She was right on all three counts. On today’s stage 3 into Stirling, in a tough uphill sprint, Winder punched away from a heavily reduced … The post How Ruth Winder dethroned Amanda Spratt to lead the Women’s Tour Down Under appeared first on CyclingTips .

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What Happens When Politicians Meddle With Sport? A Russian’S Perspective

The first time I saw a white flag with Olympic rings representing a country, I was sitting on my sister’s couch watching the Moscow 1980 Olympic Games opening ceremony. She lived in the same apartment building and had a color TV. We didn’t. Ours was a tiny black and white unit with unpredictable reception. I … The post What happens when politicians meddle with sport? A Russian’s perspective appeared first on CyclingTips .

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Q&A: Rising Uk Cyclocross Superstar Anna Kay

Maria David 14 Nov 2019 We chat to Helen Wyman’s protégé who is making her mark on the international cyclocross scene just as much as Tom Pidcock. Photos: TFOTO As Tom Pidcock forges ahead in cyclocross , Anna Kay his opposite number in the women’s category is also garnering cyclocross glory. With greats of the sport Helen Wyman and Nikki Brammeier now retired, the Experza Pro CX rider is doing a sterling job filling their SPDs after she took silver at the U23 Cyclocross European Championships in Silvelle, Italy , and had a podium finish at the World Cup in Bern, Switzerland. Not only did Kay celebrate her own success, but also that of her Experza Pro CX teammates and the Team GB squad which included her boyfriend Ben Turner. Cyclist caught up with Anna Kay ahead of her World Cup races at Tabor and Koksijde. Image 3 of 4 ...

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The Weekly Spin: For Rissveds And Ferrand-Prévot, The Circle Is Complete

The narrative arc of a professional cyclist’s existence is often a rollercoaster of circumstance, heartbreak, and resurgence — a constant balancing act of physical and mental health. That has never been more clear than over the past few months in elite women’s mountain-bike racing. Across the UCI’s World Cup series and World Championship, the return to … The post The weekly spin: For Rissveds and Ferrand-Prévot, the circle is complete appeared first on CyclingTips .

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At Mountain Bike Worlds, One Rider’S Shot At Redemption

After two lost years, Lea Davison seeks to break a cycle of pressure and failure and earn another shot at the Olympics The post At mountain bike worlds, one rider’s shot at redemption appeared first on CyclingTips .

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