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Nutrition for Those Amazing Women in Cycling!

Toolbox: Over the past few years we have been witnessing a very positive growth in women’s cycling, with not only an increasing number of athletes in the pro ranks, but also in the number of amateur and recreational riders. While some of the best WorldTour cycling teams have a female UCI team, information on specific nutrition for female cycling It is still scarce.

WORLDS’18 WOMEN’S TT: Triple Dutch!

PeloPics: The Dutch team took all three medals in the woman's time trial on Tuesday afternoon in Innsbruck-Tirol, Austria. Annemiek van Vleuten won the individual race for an entirely Dutch podium, completed by Anna van der Breggen and Ellen van Dijk, who finished second and third respectively.

Sexism And Abuse In Women’s Pro Cycling

A legacy of abuse and sexism unfortunately continues to simmer just beneath the surface of women’s professional cycling – and particularly within the smaller and more thinly-supported teams. Steve Maxwell and Joe Harris from the Outerline talk to riders and suggest how to 'strengthen all of global pro cycling'.

Status Of Women’s Cycling – Part 1: Discussion With Iris Slappendel

Interview: Iris Slappendel was one of the most consistent one-day riders of her generation, adept at timing a winning move, and at strategically setting up her teammates for victory. The former top professional had many great moments in her career, numerous high placings and teammates’ victories in top-tier races. Her most notable career achievement was an unexpected and hard-fought National Championship of the Netherlands in 2014.

2014’s Top Women: What They’ll Do Next

After an exciting World Cyclo-cross Championships battle and the start of the Ladies' Tour of Qatar yesterday (Tuesday), Gordan Cameron takes a look at the 'Top Ten' women for the 2015 season. Marianne Vos is not at the top of his list, so you might be surprised with the line-up.

Half the Road Film Review

HALF THE ROAD is a film that explores the world of women’s professional cycling focusing on both the love of sport and the issues of inequality that female riders face. With footage from some of the world’s best races to interviews with Olympians, World Champs, rookies, officials and more, HALF THE ROAD offers a unique insight to the drive, dedication, and passion it takes for a female cyclist to thrive.