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Tour de l’Ardeche The two British teams Corley Cycles-Drops and The Racing Chance Foundation, along with Jessie Walker and Lucy Coldwell who ride for foreign teams, have been performing exceptionally well at the very tough Tour de l’Ardeche where they’ve climbed mountains higher than anything in Britain (totaling just short of 10,000m), completed stage routes…

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Lizzie fourth at La Course National Road Race Champion Lizzie Armitstead (Boels-Dolmans) took an impressive fourth place at the Tour de France’s La Course women’s race, finishing near the front of a group of ten riders which was just one second behind as winner Anna Van Der Breggen (Rabo-Liv) crossed the finish line after surviving…

This Week’s Races 18-24.06.15

18.06.15 South-East Aviva Women’s Tour Stage 2 UCI 2:1 Braintree – Clacton It’s not the longest and it’s not the toughest, but let’s not beat around the bush here: the Women’s Tour is the biggest and best event in women’s cycling, a Grand Tour in all but name (and length). All the info you need is…

Results 19-27.05.15

19.05.15 Behind The Bikeshed’s Summer Series #5 1 Ruby Chappell (Behind The Bikeshed; Cat. 1) The Gannets Stourport League Bottle Returns 1 Rosemary Homer (Revolutions Racing; Cat. 2) 2 Katie Price (Hereford & District Wheelers) 3 Steph Clayton (Stafford RC; Cat. 4) SwiftCarbon Southdown Velo Goodwood Series #3 TBC Total Cycle Coach Womens Series #2…

Upcoming Races

If you watched the Fleche Wallonne and enjoyed it, you might be thinking of seeing a few more women’s cycling races. Well, good news – the sport is alive and well here in Britain, so you don’t need to take your passport if you want to see some top-notch bike sport. There are some absolutely…

News 02-09.03.2015

Matrix at the Omloop Het Nieuwsblad — Matrix Launch — eliteVelo-Kalas Launch — Surrey League Road Race report — Last Week’s Results — Riders’ Blogs — Interesting Links — Photos of the Week — More to come… Got a story you’d like to see here? Facebook Twitter   Matrix Pro Cycling take on the Omloop…