Results and Comment

29.05.2016 North Bucks Festival Women’s GP A thirteen-strong break made up of victory contenders from all the teams looked set to dominate the race from the first lap, but lost much of its impetus during an accident that could easily have been much, much worse: a group of horseriders, likely in reponse to one of…

News

Teams and Transfers Aprire-HSS, which launched at the end of 2014, began announcing names featuring on its 2015 roster over Christmas. Emily McLoughlin(from PMR@Toachim House) was first, followed by news that 2015 rider Lucy Harper would remain onboard. Mel Brand (previously Ikon-Mazda) was named next, then Louise Laker (also previously PMR) on Monday, Lucy Chittenden (from…

UK Domestic Transfer News 2015/16 – Version 2!

  We’re well into Transfer Season now with numerous teams having already announced their full 2016 line-ups, while several others have almost filled all their places. To the best of our knowledge, this is the most complete list of transfers, new teams and team closures in British women’s cycling anywhere on the internet – keep…

UK Domestic Transfer News 2015/16

With news arriving so fast during Transfer Season, this article is too far down our list and as a result became too hard to find without a direct link – so from today, it’ll no longer be updated. For the latest, click on the link below… Latest Transfer News   Believe it or not, it’s…

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…

Shrewsbury GP a massive success

It’s been many years since the Shrewsbury Criterium was last held and almost three decades since it was last considered an important race, back in 1985 when it was won by Sid Barras (who enjoyed 18 years as a professional and won some 380 races). That edition was the first for three years; Keith Lambert of…