The team has enjoyed success at the Women’s Tour before, with Alice Barnes placing sixth overall in 2017, and Joss Lowden taking tenth last season.
Add to that the run of form the team has from the RideLondon Classique and LOTTO Thüringen Ladies Tour, and the squad is excited to be racing on home soil once again and with a strong lineup.
“Coming off the back of the Lotto Thüringen Tour, I’m feeling pretty good and hopefully I can carry it through to the Women’s Tour,” continued Lizzie.
“It would be amazing to target the GC, but also animating the race and going for stages is something that excites me. After the win in Veenendaal-Veenendaal with Gladys, I think the motivation is super high within the team and I hope we can carry this momentum on and take another win on home soil.”
Le Col – Wahoo team for the Women’s Tour:
Marjolein Van ‘t Geloof
Maike van der Duin
The 2022 edition of the Women’s Tour will also have full live TV coverage on Eurosport and GCN+, plus the highlights show on ITV4 each evening.