10 Minutes with…Anton Vos

If you follow pro womens cycling, you’ll have seen Anton Vos as a fixture at all the biggest races around the World. If you’ve not been lucky enough to go to the race, then you will no doubt have seen his photos and reports.  Anton has taken 2 major parts of his life (Supporting his…

North Norfolk 100 – 2014

17.05.2014 Norfolk, UK Individual Time Trial, 161km Start: 52°50’32.07″N  0°48’37.15″E Everyone knows that women’s cycling hasn’t been in a healthy state for several years, and has only started to show signs of recovery – thanks to the hard work of riders and fans alike, as well as the unsung believers who toiled under McQuaid and will…

10 Minutes With…Sofia Arreola

Sofia Arreola is a young successful rider from Monterrey, Mexico. She started riding when she was 13 years old and she became national champion one year after that. After winning 6 gold medals at the PanAm Championships and a 4th place at the Jr World Championships in Moscow, she was invited to the World Cycling…

Sheffield GP 2014

23.07.2014 Official Site England, 45 minutes + 3 laps Women’s National Series Start: 53°22’47.32″N 1°28’13.11″W When most people imagine a bike race, they picture a peloton crusing along a picturesque road surrounded by Alpine meadows with the lofty snow-capped peaks soaring far overhead. There are plenty of races in which that sort of thing can be seen,…

10 Minutes With…Karla Boddy

The first in a series of articles in which we ask well-known professional and amateur cyclists ten questions, some serious and some flippant; and they answer in as much detail as they wish. Karla Boddy grew up in Marlow, Buckinghamshire and now lives in Thame, Oxfordshire. She first started cycling in 2009 when she entered…

Race Training Days

If you are a novice, 3rd or 4th cat rider and want to do some race training before entering big events, here is your chance. Heather Bamforth is running race training sessions in the North West.  Here are the full details including contact details for Heather.

What is Neutral Service?

As the name suggests, Neutral Service aims to provide a service to women’s cycling. That service is to act as a central hub, something that has not previously existed in the sport, bringing together race previews, coverage and reports, news on the riders and their teams and any other news concerning women’s cycling. What Neutral…

Cheshire Classic 2014

27.04.2014 Official Site England, 77km (+2.41km neutral zone) Road Race Women’s National Series Due to sponsorship issues and host of other problems faced by the people that run them, races in women’s cycling tend not to last as long as in men’s cycling – the fact that the Cheshire Classic has been in operation since 1980,…

Curlew Cup 2014

22.06.2014 Official Site England, 100km Road Race Women’s National Series Now in its third edition, the Curlew Cup has become one of the most popular National Series races among riders and fans alike for numerous reasons: the high-calibre field it attracts (Sarah Story won in 2012, then Hannah Barnes in 2013), the beautiful route running through…