Trek Segafredo

For Trek-Segafredo riders, safety starts with high visibility

For Trek-Segafredo riders, safety starts with high visibility

How Trek-Segafredo pros ride safer by standing out We’ve all seen the big pileups that can occur in major road races. Wheels touch, or a rider nicks a bollard they couldn’t see in the peloton, and suddenly dozens of riders are on the ground. Broadcasts replay the crashes ad nauseum, reiterating the risks that cyclists …

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Why TCAMP is a big deal for women’s cycling, according to a former pro

Why TCAMP is a big deal for women’s cycling, according to a former pro

Anne Samplonius writes about her struggles in retirement nine years ago I don’t recall much about my final race except that it was in Aspen, I drank too much at the post-race retirement party, and my teammate chased a black bear through downtown that night. (Don’t worry: the bear was fine, the teammate was scolded …

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Farewell Trixi

Farewell Trixi

Trixi Worrack pedaled across her final finish line in Stage 6 of the Women’s Tour   While teammate Chloe Hosking battled to a 3rd place in the hectic sprint – her third podium of The Women’s Tour – Trixi Worrack rode across the line minutes later in an obscured 62nd place.  As she has always …

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A History Making Bike

A History Making Bike

A breakdown of Lizzie Deignan’s Roubaix winning machine Lizzie Deignan soloed to win the inaugural edition of the Paris-Roubaix Femmes in emphatic fashion on Saturday 2nd October. It was an inspiring display of bravery and strength, as well as a seamless display of rider and machine running in perfect unison. Follow on for the details …

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‘You had to find gaps that didn’t exist’: Chloe Hosking 3rd in chaotic finish

‘You had to find gaps that didn’t exist’: Chloe Hosking 3rd in chaotic finish

It was a downhill, complicated sprint for Stage 4 at the Women’s Tour The Women’s Tour fourth stage suited the sprinters and gave Chloe Hosking another chance to find the top step after her second place in stage one. Despite having only four riders in the race, the teamwork has been impeccable in placing Hosking …

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How Chloe Hosking’s discontent turned to joy

How Chloe Hosking’s discontent turned to joy

The Australian sprinter initially disappointed to finish 2nd in Stage 1 of the Women’s Tour When it’s a race for sprinters, a sprinter wants to win. Period. For Chloe Hosking, second place just didn’t cut it in the Women’s Tour’s opening stage. But her teammates were having none of it. They collected around her after …

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The Roubaix showers are getting a historic new plaque

The Roubaix showers are getting a historic new plaque

Lizzie Deignan wins the first-ever Paris-Roubaix Femmes Lizzie Deignan became the first woman to win Paris-Roubaix on Saturday. Men have written 125 years worth of pages in the story of the iconic one-day race. Finally the women, led by Deignan, have made their mark. Deignan was at a loss of words after crossing the velodrome …

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Ellen van Dijk’s World Championship won’t be taken for granted

How Ellen van Dijk learned to live in the moment of her success Success can be misleading. Before Ellen van Dijk won a world championship in 2013, she had dreamed of wearing the rainbow stripes. In her words, “I always thought if I ever became a world champion, then my life is complete.”  Instead, winning a …

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