ICYMI – Women’s Cycling News

Neutral Service’s monthly (well, or thereabouts) round-up of what’s happening in UK Women’s Cycling. This month: New teams, new signings, new sponsors; Dave Rayner Fund backs more women than ever before; Team Series dates; ‘Cross Nationals and new projects for Wyman and Brammeier; ‘Cross Nationals to head south in 2019; Wyman Review and Wyman 100;…

Ten Minutes With… Jenny Rutter

30-year-old Jenny Rutter (née Powell) was born and still lives in Cheltenham. Following two very successful years with a string of good results first for EliteVelo-Kalas in 2016 and then with Nikki Juniper in 2017, Jenny is moving to Nikki’s new team NJC-Biemme-Echelon. In addition to scoring numerous wins for herself, she’s known to be…

Banbury Star RR

Round Four of the 2017 Women’s Team Series saw the riders heading to the Banbury Star Road Race for three laps of a fifteen mile course, each of which would require the riders to ascend the challenging Edge Hill. The race also marked the welcome return of Nikki Juniper (Team Ford EcoBoost) to competition following…

News

Nikki Juniper wins Ryedale GP as team mate Abby-Mae Parkinson wins Junior Championship Giordana-Triton made Sunday’s Ryedale GP their own with four riders in the top six – including Nikki Juniper, who took first place to further cement the overall victory she’s already won in the 2015 Women’s Road Championship, and Abby-Mae Parkinson who accompanied…

Massey champ at Curlew Cup

Laura Massey picked up her most impressive victory so far in what has already been a successful season for the Ikon-Mazda rider when she won the Curlew Cup – a race which is widely considered the toughest of the British Cycling Women’s Road Series. Massey, who rides for the IKON-Mazda team, won the 103km event after…

Women’s Cycling News Round-up 21-28.07.2014

Juniper wins Ryedale GP, Hayward crowned National Junior Champ — Storey 12th at Tour de Bretagne — Garner top 20 at BeNe Tour — Armitstead 2nd overall, wins Points & Mountains at Thüringen — Interesting Links — Upcoming Events — More to come…   Nikola Juniper wins Ryedale GP and 2014 Women’s Road Series Nikola Juniper…

Ryedale GP Report

Nicola Juniper didn’t even need to bother setting her alarm clock to make sure she got to Ampleforth Abbey in time for the the start of the Ryedale GP: having won the Tour of the Reservoir and second at the Curlew Cup, third at the Otley GP and the Essex Giro, fourth at the Cheshire…