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Amy Cure Blog: Creating history at the Track World Championships

Posted by on Jun 15, 2017 in Amy Cure Blog, Features | 0 comments

Amy Cure Blog: Creating history at the Track World Championships

The recent Track World Championships were a little bit bittersweet for me. I was very excited going into the Worlds this year. It was the first year that we were focusing more on individual events opposed to the Team Pursuit. The UCI created history by including one new event for women at the Championships – the Madison. Also the Omnium was raced over a completely different format to normal. We still went in with an open mind in the Team Pursuit, but not knowing what we would expect from ourselves given the slightly different focus. We...

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Anna Sanchis Blog: Pero qué está pasando?

Posted by on Jun 12, 2017 in Anna Sanchis Blog, Features | 0 comments

Anna Sanchis Blog: Pero qué está pasando?

Después de un mes de Mayo extremadamente trágico para los ciclistas a causa de los numerosos accidentes, no podía dedicar este post a otro tema más importante.  No se muy bien si por la mayor difusión de las noticias nos enteramos más de la cantidad de ciclistas que son arrollados por vehículos y tal vez antes, por desgracia, pasaba más desapercibido, o por el contrario el número de atropellos es cada vez mayor. ¿Qué está pasando? ¿A caso no es de lógica pensar en la fragilidad de un ciclista respecto a cualquier otro...

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Elisa Longo Borghini Blog: La sicurezza in bicicletta

Posted by on Jun 3, 2017 in Elisa Longo Borghini Blog, Features | 0 comments

Elisa Longo Borghini Blog: La sicurezza in bicicletta

Ciao a tutti! Maggio è letteralmente volato! Dopo un periodo di altura con le Fiamme Oro a Passo San Pellegrino ed una gara in Belgio – che ho concluso con un discreto quarto posto – ora è tempo di fare sul serio: Il Women’s Tour (la versione femminile del Giro di Gran Bretagna) mi attende! Prima di partire però ho ancora qualche piccolo allenamento da fare per rifinire la forma e in questi giorni ho preso in considerazione l’opzione di montare una lucina rossa posteriore sul canotto della sella. Per alcuni potrebbe...

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Mayuko Hagiwara Blog: Fighting Epstein Barr Virus again

Posted by on Jun 2, 2017 in Features, Mayuko Hagiwara Blog | 0 comments

Mayuko Hagiwara Blog: Fighting Epstein Barr Virus again

Hello, this is Mayuko. I did not do well during the races of the Ardennes Triple in April and it was found that the mononucleosis infection caused by Epstein Barr virus, that I suffered last year, has returned. After that I got a rest period and tried to recover, but I did not recover as I expected, and I have not been able to return to racing yet. I ride my bike lightly when I am in good shape, but I am far from competition level and I do not know when I will recover, so I cancel all the latest race schedule. It is very hard not to be able to...

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Grace Garner Blog: My favourite things to eat and drink on a road ride/race

Posted by on Jun 1, 2017 in Grace Garner Blog | 0 comments

Grace Garner Blog: My favourite things to eat and drink on a road ride/race

Lucy and I have been cycling for a long time and throughout the years we have tried many different nutrition brands for when we are training and racing. Fortunately we have a great sponsor in High5 and I’ve loved using and trying the different products they have on offer. It’s sometimes a struggle to want to eat and drink when you are training and racing. When I have certain bars/gels/drinks with me then keeping hydrated and fuelled becomes a lot easier. In my bottles: My 2 favourite drinks are summer fruits Isotonic and tropical Zero...

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Claudia Lichtenberg Blog: The mountains are my home

Posted by on Jun 1, 2017 in Claudia Lichtenberg Blog | 0 comments

Claudia Lichtenberg Blog: The mountains are my home

Right now I’m in altitude training in the Dolomites. This is a place where your heart opens a bit more! I have no words to describe the beauty of this landscape. The first time that I came here was with the age of 10 months with my parents. They decided to escape with their toddler from the chaos of Oktoberfest in Munich, where we lived. For holiday we came back to the Dolomites almost every year. Maybe this is why it feels like a second home for me.  To come here for altitude training means more for me than just getting fit for the...

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Lucy Garner: A trip down memory lane…

Posted by on May 31, 2017 in Lucy Garner Blog | 0 comments

Lucy Garner: A trip down memory lane…

I thought this month I would let you take a look at some of the events that have happened in my life. I actually didn’t realise how many photos I had until deciding to do this… So here are a few pictures of ‘my life so far’.  The first picture I’ve picked does give me the giggles. This picture is actually me and my younger sister Grace. Before we got into modern bikes we were in a Veteran cycling club and for my 8th birthday I decided I wanted a Penny Farthing. We loved to dress up and go out with the club on long rides....

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Jolien D’hoore Blog: Chongming Island 2017

Posted by on May 17, 2017 in Features, Jolien D'hoore Blog | 0 comments

Jolien D’hoore Blog: Chongming Island 2017

It was my first time doing the Tour of Chongming Island. A lot of people told me it’s a good race for me, because it’s a sprinters race.  After having some trouble with my visum I eventually arrived the day before. I went for a spin on my own but after a while I got lost. I found myself in the suburbs, the ‘ghetto’ of Chongming and also lost in translation, as nobody could understand me when I asked the way to the hotel. But I got back thanks to Google Maps. I have to admit, it was quite an expensive recovery ride. I was really...

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Amy Cure Blog: ‘Carry On’ Travel Essentials

Posted by on May 16, 2017 in Amy Cure Blog, Features | 0 comments

Amy Cure Blog: ‘Carry On’ Travel Essentials

When you are traveling a lot overseas you quickly learn what is best to put into your carry on bag. Here are my must have items that I like to always have with me flying, and the reasons why.  1. Passport – This is an obvious one as you can’t go to far without your passport. 2. Pen – I have a special pen that I always travel with me and take everywhere. This is always great to have for when you have to fill out custom forms when entering into a country. Its amazing how many people forget this, it also means you can fill out your...

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Julie Leth Blog: Perfecting the leadout train in China

Posted by on May 15, 2017 in Features, Julie Leth Blog | 0 comments

Julie Leth Blog: Perfecting the leadout train in China

After a month of no racing, I headed to China with the team. I was excited to start racing again. We put the punchy steep climbs of the classics behind us, and got ready for three flat days. I have not yet done a stage in Tour of Chongming Island which has not ended up in a bunch sprint. Furthermore, with two important time bonus sprints in each stage, we had three sprints a day. We don’t get that many opportunities in a season to do full team leadouts, so China is the perfect place to practice. Stage 1 didn’t pan out the way we had hoped....

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