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A round-up of the recent women’s cycling news Payton wins Round 3, National Trophy Hannah Payton (Kinesis UK) won Round 3 of the National Cyclocross Trophy at Houghton-le-Spring after a muddy and technical race in which she had to chase down Beth Crumpton (Boot Out Breast Cancer), finally taking the lead with a sprint to the…

Tour of the Reservoir Gallery

Day 1 – The King is back Wiggle-Honda’s Dani King left no doubt she’s made a full recovery from the horrific crash back in November that left her with such severe injuries – a punctured lung, eight broken ribs and extensive bruising including to her organs – surgeons inserted a thoracic catheter when she beat Pearl…

Curlew Cup report

Written by regular Neutral Service contributor Dave White. Don’t miss Sinéad Burke’s report, too! The day dawned not only dry, but actually warm and sunny in Northumberland – not an everyday occurrence in these parts, especially when there is a bike race! Add in only a slight bit of breeze and the stage was set for a…

London Nocturne report

Katie Archibald and her team have been the dominant force on the domestic criterium scene this season – Archibald has been winning races in fine style, often lapping a large percentage of the field before winning by large margins, and Pearl Izumi-Sports Tours International have been the winning squad in every round of the Matrix Grand…

Archibald beats Wiggle-Honda at the Milk Race

Cyclists are a tough breed, everyone knows that. Cycling fans are pretty tough, too; for proof of that, look at the 60,000 (yes, 60,000!) that braved the chilly wind and heavy rain to turn out for the Milk Race, which took place on the 25th of May for a second time in Nottingham after disappearing off the…