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Brits at Junior Energiewacht Tour

A provisional list of riders competing at the Netherlands’ three-stage Junior Energiewacht Tour has been published, including the two British squads taking part. They are Team GB featuring Abbie Dentus, Megan Barker, Rebecca Reybould and Ffion James, and Giordana-Triton’s junior squad featuring Grace Garner, Eleanor Dickinson, Elizabeth Holden and Abby-Mae Parkinson. The full list can be viewed here.

 

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Blogs

IntrepidSarahThumbIntrepid Sarah: Stop mansplaining to women on bikes

“On the whole, other cyclists have been great. From the ones riding past in the other direction who always have a cheery wave, nod or greeting, to the kind, patient ride leaders on some of the rides, they’ve been great, and I’ve returned feeling positive and stronger in my cycling, excited to get back on the road again next week. Sometimes, however, they’ve been horrendous…” Read more

LauraCheesmanThumbLaura Cheesman: Getting to Belgium

“12.30 Monday afternoon I closed the university halls door behind me in Preston and set off to pick up Jose Gilbert up for some kick-arse racing in Belgium. After a quick stop at my physio for a last check-up before to make sure I was fit and well I set off for Crawley. I was picking Jose up at Birmingham but failed to calculate time for the appalling traffic and the derailed train that held us up for three hours. However all ended well, made we to my parent’s house and enjoyed some home cooked tea ahead of our trip abroad. We had a 7 o’clock start, and headed over to Stansted Airport on Tuesday morning to meet up with Tanya, Gaby and Sian but unfortunately on this trip, we were missing our youngster Emily from the group! Like all athletes, after checking in we went straight to find somewhere to eat…” Read more

PennyThumbPenny Rowson: Life in Limoux

“My coach is Chris Georgas and he’s one of the most positive, calm and happiest guys you’ll come across. He’s an ex pro (a fast one at that) born in Canada with an impressive list of achievements and qualifications along with being an economist, a DS of pro women’s team and the Canadian and American national coach. Currently he lives his dream here in Limoux, as the owner of a stunning hotel and several gites based around cycling touring. Limoux looks over the beautiful scenery and snow capped mountains of the Pyrenees…” Read more