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Women's Cycling Weekly: Issue 19

Welcome to another issue of Women's Cycling Weekly.

The Bunnyhop, Episode 1: Lizzy Banks and Ruth Winder

The very first episode of a brand new monthly cycling show, The Bunnyhop takes a fresh look at the women's pro peloton.

Trek-Segafredo to donate Strade Bianche prize money to women's cycling projects

Elisa Longo Borghini, who placed second at Strade Bianche on March 6th, received extra prize money from a crowdfunding campaign by fans.

Women's Cycling Weekly: Issue 15

A weekly curation of women's cycling news and content

Freewheeling Podcast: The great prize money debate of Omloop Het Nieuwsblad

Plus conversations with Emma Cecilie Norsgaard and Marta Cavalli.

Women's Cycling Weekly, Issue 13

Welcome to this week's roundup of all the news, results, and must-reads in women's cycling

What the biggest transfers mean for the women’s peloton in 2021

A closer look some of the most significant transfers ahead of the 2021 season.

Brodie Chapman signs with FDJ for 2020

After two seasons with American team Tibco-SVB, Aussie racer Brodie Chapman will join French outfit FDJ Nouvelle Aquitaine Futuroscope in...

Queen of Colorado: Chloe Dygert-Owen's dominant Colorado Classic

The Colorado Classic has forged its own path. In a race calendar where women's racing has often been seen as an afterthought, this four-d...

Mum goals: How a young mother defied all odds and won the race of her life

23-year-old Belgian cyclist Jesse Vandenbulcke nearly stopped cycling completely a few years ago. Her race results show a steady progress...

Photo gallery: A soggy edition of the women's Liege-Bastogne-Liege

For the elite women's peloton, the Spring Classics ended on Sunday with a soggy day at Liege-Bastogne-Liege. After a string of three runn...

Raw talent: A conversation with Annika Langvad

Annika Langvad can’t stop winning. Last weekend the Danish cross-country champion closed out the Sea Otter Classic in Monterey, Californi...

By the numbers: What it takes to be competitive at the women's Tour of Flanders

The Tour of Flanders. It's one of the toughest and most prestigious one-day races on the Women's WorldTour calendar. With narrow, winding...

Questions and answers on pregnancy, childbirth, and postpartum for endurance athletes

Lindsay Goldman, rider and general manager of the Hagens Berman-Supermint Pro Cycling team, found very little information targeted toward...

Kelly Catlin, Olympic silver medalist and pro road cyclist, dies at 23

Kelly Catlin, a silver medalist at the Rio Olympics, graduate student at Stanford, classical violinist, and cyclist for Rally Pro Cycling...

Annemiek van Vleuten wins Strade Bianche

Annemiek van Vleuten attacked on the final gravel section of Strade Bianche and rode into Siena alone to take her first victory since a s...

Stories from the Silk Road: Alison Tetrick

Alison Tetrick is one of the most accomplished gravel cyclists in the world, but joining our trip to Kyrgyzstan to ride the Silk Road bro...

Chantal Blaak wins Omloop Het Nieuwsblad

Chantal Blaak took a solo victory at Omloop Het Nieuwsblad, attacking between the Muur and the Bosberg to come into Ninove alone, giving ...

Do drivers give female riders more space when overtaking?

Over two days in early 2006, British researcher Dr Ian Walker rode his bike up and down a stretch of road in the city of Salisbury, stopp...

Why growing the women’s Sun Tour isn’t as simple as you might think

Put the men’s and women’s Herald Sun Tours side-by-side and it’s not hard to spot the differences. The men’s race comprises five stages, ...

Super Sierra: How a little-known Cuban upstaged the favourites at Cadel’s Race

Mitchelton-Scott had the best team on the startlist. They had the #1 favourite in Amanda Spratt. They managed to split the race exactly a...