Junior National Championships and Wallingford Festival of Cycling

The Championship Sunday the 16th July saw a group of young women get the parity of competition they had been previously denied when the first standalone British National Junior Women’s Road Race Championship formed the centrepiece of the Wallingford Festival of Cycling. The course was made up of two laps of a short circuit that took…

Results & Comment

Neutral Service is always interested in road, crit, cyclocross and time trial race reports, from any women’s/girls’ race in the United Kingdom or abroad in the case of overseas events with significant British interest, whether written by riders, race organisers or fans. Fancy helping out? Find us for a chat on Twitter and Facebook. Organisers…

Results & Comment

Neutral Service is always interested in road, crit, cyclocross and time trial race reports, from any women’s/girls’ race in the United Kingdom or abroad in the case of overseas events with significant British interest, whether written by riders, race organisers or fans. Fancy helping out? Find us for a chat on Twitter and Facebook. Organisers…

Results and Comment

Neutral Service is always interested in road, crit, cyclocross and time trial race reports, from any women’s/girls’ race in the United Kingdom or abroad in the case of overseas events with significant British interest, whether written by riders, race organisers or fans. Fancy helping out? Find us for a chat on Twitter and Facebook 23.03.2016…

Results & Comment

13.03.16 Modbury Spring RR The first round of the 2016 KALAS South West Women’s Race Series was superbly organised by Cycle Sport South Hams on the infamously lumpy Modbury circuit. With last year’s top three finishers missing and defending SW Series Champion Emma Cockcroft of Bikeshed-Bianchi competing on the track, it was anyone’s guess to…

Brits at the Tour of Norway

Results and latest news below When they saw the parcours of the 2014 Women’s Tour of Norway, several fans thought it was a pity that the race didn’t spend a bit more time showing off the countryside of the nation frequently called the most beautiful on Earth. While Norway is indeed very, very beautiful and so…

News Round-Up 05-12.01.2015

First teams confirmed for Women’s Tour — Doncaster Crit course changes — Velopark introduces women-only track tasters — Last Week’s Results, inc. Sinéad Burke’s Ripley Castle CX report — Team and Transfer News — Blogs — Photo of the Week — More to come First teams confirmed for Women’s Tour The first two teams to be confirmed…

News Round-Up 29.12.2014-05.01.2015

Young rider assaulted by adult male — Doncaster Crit route changes — Harrogate Nova road race seeks female riders — Interesting Links — Photo of the Week — More to come… Latest UK women’s cycling transfer news   Young rider assaulted by adult male Many, though by no means all, cyclists will at some point have…

Roe wins National Circuit Champs

Matrix-Vulpine piled on the pressure throughout with Jessie Walker’s seemingly unlimited propensity to attack, splitting the bunch as rivals tried to catch her for the three laps during which she led the race. When she wasn’t attacking, her team mate Jo Tindley took over; they might not have got the results they wanted – though 8th (Walker)…

Alison Kinloch’s Critérium du Université deux report

Alison Kinloch raced at the Critérium du Université deux in York with her PH-MAS team on the 19th of June and came 8th. Here’s her race report…   The Critérium du Université deux was held on York Circuit and organised by Neil Harris on behalf of York Uni. There was a good sized field of 17, enticed…