Tiffany Cromwell

New kit day: How much clothing do pro cyclists get?

For most riders, getting a new set of cycling kit is something worth celebrating. You might have had your eye on a particular design for a while, perhaps you needed to update your wardrobe to keep up with the latest trends, or maybe your old kit was simply falling apart. Either way, ‘new kit day’ […]

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The path to a professional cycling contract may be in your living room: Canyon-SRAM and Zwift launch talent competition

UCI Women’s World Tour team Canyon-SRAM is taking a novel approach to talent identification, on Thursday announcing it will partner with Zwift and use the social fitness platform to help pick a member of its squad in 2017. The search for a rider, labelled ‘The Canyon-SRAM Racing and Zwift Academy Project’, is set to start in March […]

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Canyon//SRAM reveals striking new bikes and kit

Canyon//SRAM Racing launched in November to take the lead in the inaugural UCI Women’s WorldTour. Bringing together the best riders to compete with some of the best equipment available, the team is now proud to reveal a bold and dynamic design to match its high ambitions. The team will be using Canyon Ultimate WMN CF […]

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Daily News Digest

In this morning’s edition of the CyclingTips Daily News Digest: Race organisers, including ASO, reject UCI reforms and call for a decrease in team race squad sizes; Where are we going? The Inner Ring on the UCI’s reforms; Journalist who exposed Russian doping scandal calls for UCI anti-doping commission clean-up; WADA clarifies status of ‘non-compliant’ […]

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New Canyon-SRAM team announces roster and sponsors

The new UCI WorldTour team Canyon-SRAM was officially launched in London today. Made up of many of the same staff and riders as the highly successful but disbanded Velocio-SRAM team, there had been much speculation about what the new team would look like and who would be on its roster. All rumours were put to […]

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Road to Rio: Tiffany Cromwell visits Rio, returns nervous yet driven

With less than a year to go until the Rio 2016 Olympic Games, a select group of cyclists from 20 countries flew out to Brazil earlier this month for the official road cycling test event. The race was one of 45 test events happening in the coming year as the city prepares for this huge […]

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

After a month-long hiatus Ella Picks makes a special mid-week return. The women’s cycling content we loved these past couple weeks includes a feature on ultra-distance rider Juliana Buhring, the first woman to cycle the world sans support; an opinion piece entitled #NOPODIUMGIRLS; Rebecca Rusch’s letter to her 15-year-old self; and a short film on […]

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Wrapping up Giro Rosa #8 in style: Tiffany Cromwell’s stage nine Giro Rosa diary

In addition to daily race reports out of the Giro Rosa, we had Australians Tiffany Cromwell (Velocio-SRAM) and Lizzie Williams (Orica-AIS) checking in with us following each stage of the 10-day Italian Grand Tour. Tiffany Cromwell penned her final diary entry en route to Malta to enjoy a quick holiday following the completion of here […]

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Equipment selection and wardrobe malfunctions: Tiffany Cromwell’s stage eight Giro Rosa diary

In addition to daily race reports out of the Giro Rosa, we have Australians Tiffany Cromwell (Velocio-SRAM) and Lizzie Williams (Orica-AIS) checking in with us following each stage of the 10-day Italian Grand Tour. The penultimate stage of the Giro Rosa was an individual effort in the form a lengthy and technical time trial. A […]

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Bike paths, beaches and bombing the descents: Tiffany Cromwell’s stage seven Giro Rosa diary

In addition to daily race reports out of the Giro Rosa, we have Australians Tiffany Cromwell (Velocio-SRAM) and Lizzie Williams (Orica-AIS) checking in with us following each stage of the 10-day Italian Grand Tour. The seventh stage of the Giro Rosa took the women’s peloton to the Ligurian coast where the overall contenders did battle […]

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