Teams and Transfers 2017-18

Oh bloody hell – it’s that time of year again when we try to keep up with which teams are calling it a day, which new ones are starting up, which riders are retiring and which ones are off to new homes. It’s a bit of a headache to stay abreast of it all, so…

ICYMI

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…

Links and Blogs

All the best stuff that’s been written about women’s cycling (and related subjects) this week Got something that should be listed here? Let us know Essential Reading Helen Wyman: Big Step Towards Equality “Fighting for equality brings out a lot of emotions in the observers of the sport. Some support, some disagree and some like to…

Shorts, Links & Blogs

Bex Rimmington leaves Ikon-Mazda Rebecca Rimmington, who won the E/1/2/3/4 event at the second round of the Total Cycle Coach Women’s Series and came eighth overall at the notoriously tough Tour of the Reservoir back in April, announced via Facebook that she is to leave Ikon-Mazda, the team for which she has ridden since the start…

Brits Abroad

The weekend was spectacular for Britain’s female cyclists racing abroad with Lizzie Armistead winning the highly prestigious Trofeo Binda round of the World Cup for her Boels-Dolmans team while Molly Weaver and Christina Siggaard of Matrix Pro Cycling both broke into the top 20 at Gent-Wevelgem. Armitstead won the World Cup last year following a superb…

News Round-Up 02-09.02.2015

Got a story we might be interested in? Facebook Twitter Youth Category at 2016 CX Worlds and Wyman auctions Worlds kit — Last Week’s Results — Shorts and Interesting Links — Blogs — Photo of the Week — More to come…! Youth Category at 2016 CX Worlds Following pressure from riders and fans alike, the…

Guest Blog: Suzie Godart – Going Her Own Way (by Cat Armour)

This is only my second season as a cyclocross fan. When I first saw it online I thought “Wow!” Then I went to my first meeting and I was hooked. If you are unfamiliar with CX by all means go to the UCI web page, but let me save you the effort and reproduce their…

News round-up 20-27.10.14

Wyman second at Valkenburg — European Track Championships — Transfer News — Photo of the Week — More to come…   Wyman second at Valkenburg as Compton scores 100th UCI victory Valkenburg, which took place on Sunday the 19th, is the first round of the Cyclo Cross World Cup, leaving no doubt that ‘cross season…

News Round-Up 13-20.10.2014

UEC Championships — Luperini retires — 2015 UCI Calendar — UCI transfer news — Shorts and Interesting Links — Photo of the Week — More to come… Latest British team transfers news UEC European Track Championships Got cycling withdrawal symptoms now the road race season is over? Good news for you, then, because the European…

Women’s Cycling News Round-up 22-29.09.2014

Lowther 7th at Junior World ITT — Sports Tours owner Fred Done increases support of women’s cycling — Transfer News — Shorts and Interesting Links Latest: Three-day Tour of Yorkshire will include women’s race, say organisers Welcome To Yorkshire and Amaury Sport Organisation. The race will run between 1-3 May 2015; it is not yet…