Verulam-ReallyMoving RR

“My first road race win in about 428 years!” – Karla Boddy* *Her words, not ours Sometimes, a race doesn’t look especially great on paper but you know it’s going to be good. Verulam-ReallyMoving.com’s road races on the 28th of May were a classic example of that: numerous laps of the very short and not…

Lovelo-Cinelli RR

Back in December, Neutral Service received a Facebook message about a new women’s race due to take place in the British Cycling Central Region the following April. “Apparently you’re pretty pro women’s cycling, particularly racing,” it said; and yes – NS has been known to advocate the sport. “We are putting on a 2/3/4 women’s race, but I’m nervous…

News

WNT Team Launch… and new website! WNT returned for a second year to the Barnoldswick HQ of bike component manufacturer Hope Tech for their annual team launch, giving us our first look at the 2016 roster, kit and bikes all together for the first time. WNT on Facebook and Twitter Neutral Service caught up with manager…

Photos of the Week

Just the two Photos of the Week so far (but what photos- thanks Karla and Dave!) but there’s plenty of time to add more – so if you have a women’s cycling photo from the last week or any other time that you’d like to see here, please get in contact via Twitter or Facebook. 🙂  

St. Ives Nocturne Crit – and the problem of low race entry figures

Tanya Griffiths rides for the Starley-Primal team and came fifth at the St. Ives Nocturne Crit in Cambridgeshire on the 14th of June. Karla Boddy rides for Epic-Scott, and won the race. Here’s what they had to say afterwards. Tanya Another new race on the women’s calendar and a first race for women in Cambridgeshire,…

Women’s Cycling News round-up 16-23.06.2014

Trott dominates Surf ‘n’ Turf — Karla Boddy wins at St Ives Nocturne — Victories for Rabo in Euskadi and Switzerland — Stirling ride by the Brits at the Diamond Tour — Guildford Town Centre Races in doubt — Upcoming British Races — Upcoming UCI events and reduced route at Giro del Trentino — $50k…