Four Years On…

Racing at Tameside 2015

Over the last four years, one of the major regrets that I have had is the sport’s inability to retain female riders.  I’ve seen some really promising talent appear for half a season, never to be seen again, some have been around for even less than that.  Many find the sport hard, or just want […]

Anglesey Women’s Team Bid for Island Games Spot

Jasmine, Karen & Annie MT

In January this year, I had the pleasure of meeting Annie Glover and Karen Ager from Holyhead Cycling Club.  Both had travelled all of the way from Holyhead in Anglesey to attend our women’s race training session in Tameside, just outside Manchester, which I thought was pretty impressive!  But that was just the start… Annie, […]

Interview Rich Handley JLT Condor – Stage 3 Tour de Yorkshire 2015

Tour De Yorkshire - 2015

  I caught up with Richard Handley of Team JLT Condor at the start of Stage 3 of the Tour de Yorkshire in Wakefield for a quick chat. Like this:Like Loading…

Harry Tanfield JLT Condor – Stage 3 Tour de Yorkshire 2015

Tour De Yorkshire - 2015

I catch up with Harry Tanfield of Team JLT Condor at the start of Stage 3 of the Tour de Yorkshire in Wakefield. Like this:Like Loading…

A Woman’s Guide to Racing – Part 8 – Road Racing

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Once you have got a few circuit races under your belt, you might like to have a go at road racing, after all, it’s what many people believe that cycling is all about!  However, there a few differences between road racing and circuit racing, so I thought it would be useful to explain them here. […]

A Woman’s Guide to Racing – Part 7 – Circuit Racing

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  A Woman’s Guide to Racing – Part 7 Circuit Racing Following on from my guides to racing that I first wrote back in 2013, I thought it would be useful to develop these a bit further.  This guide is on circuit racing and what to expect, as it is this type of race that you will […]

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