National Trophy Series Round 3 Durham Photos

On Saturday, Bethany Crumpton, Amira Mellor and Hannah Payton were in the Netherlands where they too 13th, 20th and 22nd place at the European Cyclocross Championships in dry conditions – dry by the standards of ‘cross, at any rate. On Sunday they were back in the UK for the third round of the National Trophy…

Brits at the Euro CX Champs Photos

Five British women – Helen Wyman, Nikki Harris, Amira Mellor, Hannah Payton and Bethany Crumpton – went to the UEC European Cyclocross Championships at Huijbergen in the Netherlands last weekend. Photos below In the Elite race, Harris won bronze finishing just fourteen seconds behind unstoppable victor Sanne Cant of Belgium: a result that might have…

Brits at the Tour de l’Ardèche

Two British teams, the Racing Chance Foundation (technically a charity rather than a team) and Corley Cycles-Drops RT sent squads to compete in the Tour Cycliste Féminin International de l’Ardèche which took place between the 2nd and 7th of September. In addition,  Corley Cycles-Drops sent Tamiko Butler from Antigua. More British riders featured on other teams. Sharon Laws,…

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Brits at the Krásná Lípa — Gunn wins Scottish 50-mile Champs — Six Brits at Thüringen Rundfahrt Got a story for us? We’re interested in anything to do with British women’s cycling, from your club’s 10 to the top riders in the UCI teams. Let us know what you know and help increase awareness of the sport!…

Brits at the Women’s Tour – Stage 5 and Overall

There were some who, when they heard that the Women’s Tour was going to clash with the first ever European Games this year, said that it would be a far less exciting race than the first edition as a result. They were mistaken – just like last year, it’s been nail-biting stuff all the way…

Brits at the Women’s Tour – Stage 4

The penultimate stage of the 2015 Women’s Tour was the second shortest of the race at “just” 103.8km but the riders won’t have started today thinking they were going to have an easy time of it – the numerous climbs, though never long, were frequent and in some cases surprisingly steep, making it a challenging parcours….

Brits at the Women’s Tour – Stage 3

To begin Stage 3, the Women’s Tour made a return to Oundle where, last year, everyone’s unspoken fear that “maybe nobody will show up” was laid to rest forever when literally thousands of people packed into the Northamptonshire town’s beautiful Market Place to prove once and for all that the Great British Public really does…

Brits at the Women’s Tour – Stage 2

Stage 2 – Braintree to Clacton Following the accident yesterday, when a gust of wind blew her into the official photographers waiting beyond the finish line right after she’d won the start today. The Otley-born rider, with the Boels-Dolmans team, was given oxygen and placed in a neck brace following the crash and airlifted to…

Brits at the Giro Rosa

For an excellent preview of the race, see Velofocus   Sharon Laws United Healthcare are an American team, but they’ve got two British riders at the race, Sharon Laws and Hannah Barnes (see below). The team is also home to Mara Abbott, who returned to cycling last year after battling an eating disorder and sensationally won…