Christmas greetings to all of you from all of us, and we look forward to see you in 2022💜 Continue reading
AIOCC (Association Internationale des Organisateurs de Courses Cycliste) is the international association which includes the world’s largest cycling organizers of the world calendar for men and women. Continue reading
Chloe Hosking took the tears after the victory on the last stage of the Ladies Tour of Norway. The Trek-Segafredo-rider is back after a long time of sickness with covid-19 and heartproblems. This was her first race since Gent-Wevelgem, but she outsprinted Corin Rivera (Team DSM) and Chiara Consonni (Valcar). Continue reading
Stage 4 :
No. 1 : Cloe Hosking
No. 2 : Coryn Rivera
No. 3 : Chiara Consonni Continue reading
The Olympic time trail champion Annemiek van Vleuten (Movistar) attacked within the last three kilometer of the 11 km long climb to the finish at Norefjell on stage 3 of the Ladies Tour of Norway.
She dropped Ashleigh Moolman-Pasio (SD Worx) and took over the lead in the race in front of the last stage. Continue reading
First place : Annemiek van Vleueten – Movistar
Second place: Ashleigh Moolman-Pasio – SDWorks
Third place : Mavi Garcia – ALE BTC Ljubljana Continue reading
Riejanne Markus (Jumbo-Visma) took one of her absolute biggest wins when she held off the chasing bunch and sprinted home the victory on stage 2 of the Ladies Tour of Norway.
So for the second day in a row a lonely rider won just ahead of the peloton.
But American Kristen Faulkner (Team Tibco-SVB) is holding on the the yellow jersey. Continue reading
Top three on stage 2 :
Riejanne Markus from Jumbo Visma
Cory Rivera from Team DSM
Alison Jackson from Liv Racing Continue reading
Kristin Faulkner (Tibco-SVB) attacked from a break of 5 riders and won a sensational victory on the first stage of the Ladies Tour of Norway on Thursday. Continue reading
Kristen Faulkner from Team Tibco Sillicon Valley won the first stage of LToN 2021.
It was a close race with Susanne Andersen from Team DSM at the 2nd. place and Alice Barnes from Canyon//Sram Racing at 3rd. Continue reading