Amy Pieters

Daily News Digest

In today’s edition of the CT Daily News Digest: Dan Martin takes Volta a Catalunya lead with stage 3 win; Jens Debusschere sprints to Dwars door Vlaanderen victory; Amy Pieters claims third-straight Dwars door Vlaanderen win; Tour de Yorkshire becomes the world’s most lucrative women’s cycling race?; Does Milan-San Remo need an extra climb?; Porte flying under the radar in Catalunya; Giro […]

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Photo gallery: Despite bombings, racing continued in Belgium

When the peloton lined up in Tielt, Belgium this morning, the mood was dampened by yesterday’s terrible events. And a minute of silence was held in honour of the 34 people who were killed in the terrorist bombings around Brussels, just 84 kilometers away. Until late last night, it had been uncertain whether the race […]

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Women’s European road season kicks off in Belgium this weekend

It’s here! The European season officially kicks off in Belgium this weekend at Omloop het Nieuwsblad. While not part of the inaugural Women’s WorldTour it remains to be seen as the European season’s opener. This eleventh edition did get upgraded from UCI 1.2 to UCI 1.1 status though and is attracting 22 UCI teams to the start line. That combined […]

How does Wiggle Honda continue to grow while other teams struggle?

Emma Johansson, Amy Pieters, Lucy Garner – Wiggle Honda Pro Cycling Team has been announcing one new signing after the other while other teams struggle to retain riders and sponsors. Now boasting a roster of no less than 15 riders with room for one more, Wiggle is the biggest World Tour level women’s cycling team. And […]

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Ella Picks: Women’s cycling content we loved this week

Ready. Set. Ella Picks. We’ve got race coverage for you from Boels Rental Ladies Tour and Tour de Ardèche. This week in news there are more teams announcing contracts and national federations naming selections for Worlds – most notably Amy Pieters moves from Liv-Plantur to Wiggle Honda and Australia named its seven-rider elite women’s team for Richmond. […]

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Daily News Digest

In today’s edition of the Daily News Digest: D’Hoore takes stage one of Boels Rentals Ladies Tour; Rogers awarded 2004 Olympic bronze medal; Cavendish move to MTN-Qhubeka would require Briton to bring sponsor; Dumoulin still can’t believe Vuelta performance, Degenkolb says sensations are good before world championships; Quintana: I’m tired after the Tour but I […]

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Ella Picks: Women’s cycling content we loved this week

Ella Picks returns to its regularly scheduled Monday time slot – and we’ve got loads of links for you. Catch up on all the race action from the last 10 days out of Norway, Sweden, Colorado and France — including lots of videos! Read up on the latest news stories about the end of Velocio-SRAM […]

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Daily News Digest

In this morning’s edition of the CyclingTips Daily News Digest: Chaves takes stage win and red leader’s jersey for Orica-GreenEdge on stage two of the Vuelta a España; Andre Greipel wins Vatenfalls Cyclassics; Rohan Dennis secures overall victory in the USA Pro Challenge; Jolien d’Hoore sprints to Vårgårda victory to pull on World Cup leader’s […]

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Chloe Hosking sprints to first UCI win of the season at the Marianne Vos Classic

Ella columnist Chloe Hosking (Wiggle Honda) took her first UCI win of the 2015 season at the Marianne Vos Classic in Aalburg, The Netherlands on Saturday. The Australian won the sprint from a 12-rider group, besting race namesake Marianne Vos (Rabo Liv), who was racing with a broken rib, and Amy Pieters (Liv Plantur). “This […]

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The Week in Bike #57 – Internal Monologue

Ever wondered what goes through my head when I put these shows together? What better way to find out than by following me through a long, exciting day of transcontinental travel. We hope you enjoy Cosmo Catalano’s latest episode of The Week in Bike.

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