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March 25 2017

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Enduro World Series 2017, Rotorua: Practice - Pinkbike

Top:  Anita Gehrig; Row 2: Isabeau Courdurier and Cecile Ravanel; Row 3: Gehrig again; bottom: Rae Morrison and Casey Brown

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March 24 2017

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IPWR - Day 7 - YouTube

Kristof Allegaert and Sarah Hammond hit Adelaide

Local rider and reigning Belgian time trial champion Ann-Sophie Duyck (Drops) reportedly urged the organisers to make the jump and host a women’s race.

“A lot of spring Classics now have a contest for women. The only course that is missing is the E3, a ‘home race’ for me,” she told Het Nieuwsblad.

There is still debate as to whether the race would be held on the same day as the men’s race, as has become de rigueur, or whether it would take place the day before when the juniors race. Duyck has clear ideas about when she would like the race to happen.

“The media attention is much greater if it is on the same day as the men are allowed to ride,” she said. “Our sponsors are committed to attention and the happier the sponsors, the more money you receive and the better it is for women’s cycling. If the women are racing on another day as the race for the men, that effect is much smaller.”

E3 Harelbeke could hold women’s race in 2018 | Cyclingnews.com
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SPORTISSIMO: 5°Trofeo DA MORENO Cittiglio 2017 Nations Cup Junior Women - YouTube

1. Lorena Wiebes (Ned), 2. Clara Copponi (Fra), 3. Martina Fidanza (Ita)

“What do you want your bio to read?” my friend asked me at bar a few months ago. I nervously entrusted him with my phone and he was setting up my first Tinder profile, tisking away as he was scrolling through my photo library looking for a photo in which I’m not wearing a helmet, lycra or any other bike-related apparel.

“Must. Love. Bikes,” I responded, a half-joke that was met with an eye roll.

Apparently I was doing Tinder all wrong.

Swipe right: Tinder tips for cyclists | CyclingTips

March 23 2017

She had covered more than 1000km of the epic Indian Pacific Wheel Race, from Fremantle to Sydney, before an allergic reaction led to serious illness and her forced abandonment of the race.

Now she’s returning to Perth to rest, recuperate, then start the ride all over again!

Starting Again: Indian Pacific Wheel Race Rider Juliana Buhring To Restart After Serious Illness - Bicycling Australia
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At the first Indian Pacific Wheel Race

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IPWR - Day 6 - YouTube

At the Indian-Pacific Wheel Race

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