ICYMI – Women’s Cycling News

CiCLE Classic It’s the race that had to happen and, despite a false start last year when organisers decided they weren’t able to deliver the sort of event that women’s cycling deserves, thanks to the belief of those organisers and the support of a private backer, this year the Women’s CiCLE Classic happened, on what…

Neutral Service is proud to be an official media partner of the YESSS Tickhill GP

LIVESTREAM DOWN THE PAGE↓↓↓ Neutral Service is proud to have been selected as an official media partner of the YESSS Tickhill GP – a race which, due to the organisers’ insistence on providing equal prizes and billing for the female entrants since the women’s races were first added in 2014, we’ve been very happy to…

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Brits at Junior Energiewacht Tour A provisional list of riders competing at the Netherlands’ three-stage Junior Energiewacht Tour has been published, including the two British squads taking part. They are Team GB featuring Abbie Dentus, Megan Barker, Rebecca Reybould and Ffion James, and Giordana-Triton’s junior squad featuring Grace Garner, Eleanor Dickinson, Elizabeth Holden and Abby-Mae…

Shorts, Links and Blogs

Rather than the weekly news reports we’ve had up until now (tl;dr!), Neutral Service is going to feature more standalone articles in future. This is the place for items too short to merit a page to themselves and links to other websites. eliteVelo-Kalas Women’s Team Series report — Another chance to train with the WERL…

Women’s Cycling News Round-Up 11-18.08.2014

New women-only track league for Stratford VeloPark — Bronzini wins Ride London — La Route de France — Brits at the Tour of Norway — Jo Rowsell announces engagement — Gabby Durrin launches new CX team — Upcoming Events — Interesting Links — More to come   New women-only track league at Stratford VeloPark Ellie…

Fleche Wallonne Photo Gallery

New Zealander and regular Neutral Service contributor Miss Meow is on a mission deep in the heartlands of European cycling, taking as many photos of women’s races as she can possibly manage. This week, she went to the Fleche Wallonne and caught some of the best shots of the action on the notorious Mur de…

Ferrand Prevot wins Fleche Wallonne, Armitstead second

The fourth round of the UCI Women’s Road World Cup is the first edition of the competition that brings the climbers to the fore; the previous races, though they include hills, all ending with sprint finishes. The Fleche Wallonne, though, ends on the Mur de Huy, an incredibly tough climb with sections well above 20%…

Cant beats Vos at Krawatencross; Helen Wyman third

Beating the World Champion must feel great. When that World Champion is Marianne Vos, and you also beat the European Champion Helen Wyman, it must feel absolutely fantastic – which explains Belgian Champion Sanne Cant’s delight as she took the top step of the podium following Saturday’s BPost Bank Trofee Krawatencross race at Lille. The victory was sweetened yet…