Voxwomen Launches its New Womens Cycling Hub
February saw Voxwomen celebrate their first birthday and a year of producing content for fans of women’s cycling. Two months on, they have launched a new website to highlight their content, making it more accessible to fans across the world.
Voxwomen is the worlds only women’s cycling dedicated YouTube channel, and in the year since its launch has gone from strength to strength with its TV show airing throughout each month on Eurosport UK, Eurosport France, Bike Channel, Supersport, SBS and Cycling TV.
Their new website brings over 12 months of Voxwomen’s work together. Focusing primarily on video, its great search facility allows users to find content about their favourite riders quickly. As well as its video archive the website features a blog with rider interviews and race roundups, ensuring the website covers all bases for fans of the sport.
Founder of Voxwomen, Anthony McCrossan said:
‘The new website provides a home for fans of women’s cycling and its great to have all of our content in one place. The new layout really showcases our fans favourites such as our Strade Bianche and Gent Wevelgem coverage as well as an archive of our videos. The Voxwomen blog has also moved to the website and we are really looking forward to publishing regular rider interviews over the next few months.
Voxwomen’s aim is to make watching women’s cycling more accessible, so we have also introduced an ‘On Demand’ section. Here visitors can choose to either rent or buy episodes of the Voxwomen TV Show, giving even more people around the world the opportunity to watch our content.’