women’s cycling

Riding etiquette: How to avoid being the annoying tag-along

I ride alone a lot. A combination of not wanting to be bound by a tight schedule, specific training sessions and a love for blasting hip hop in my ears while I ride are probably to blame. Although my Dad would probably just say it’s because I’m unpopular. Regardless of the reason, I find that […]

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#SwannyorRider with Emilie Moberg: Homemade portables for your pockets

When we interviewed Julie Leth (Hitec Products) for her “pimp my porridge” piece as part of our Ella Eats series, she gave us a little hat tip. “You should talk to my teammate Emilie Moberg,” Leth said. “She’s always baking us portables and making her own bread. I joke to her #SwannyorRider because she’s just […]

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Photo gallery: Highlights from the 2015 La Course

The second edition of La Course proved as prestigious as the first. The women’s peloton enjoyed the fuss and fanfare that comes with racing around the Champs-Élysées in front of the biggest crowds of the year as well as a world-wide television audience. While the rain may have soaked the roads and caused crashes aplenty, it […]

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La Grande Boucle was a grand disaster

One of the best parts about the upswing women’s cycling is currently experiencing is all the new fans that have come to embrace the sport. In men’s cycling, the past is interwoven with the present. Watch the Tour, and the commentary will undoubtedly include talk of Tour’s past. With so few women’s races being broadcast […]

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Anna van der Breggen wins crash-filled La Course with brilliant late-race attack

La Course by Le Tour de France was meant to be a day for the sprinters, but Anna van der Breggen (Rabo Liv) elected to ignore that memo. Launching a powerful attack just inside the final lap of the 89km circuit around the Champs-Élysées in Paris on Sunday, van der Breggen narrowly held off the […]

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What you need to know about La Course

On July 26, the professional women’s peloton will take to the most famous avenue in Paris for the second La Course by Le Tour de France. The women’s circuit race on the Champs –Élysées begins in France at 1:30 p.m. (9:30 p.m. Australia, 7:30 a.m. New York) and will conclude around 3:30 p.m. before the […]

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Sprinting to her best road season yet, Jolien d’Hoore’s biggest targets are still to come

Some of the world’s best riders are making their way to Paris for the second edition of La Course by Le Tour France. With the world’s eyes on the Champs-Élysées and a generous prize purse up for grabs, everyone wants a chance of glory on one of cycling’s most iconic avenues, especially the sprinters. Among […]

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When you win, it hurts less: Tayler Wiles’ Thüringen Rundfahrt stage seven diary on a yellow jersey lost

Tayler Wiles (Velocio-SRAM) has been on double duty for Ella CyclingTips throughout Thüringen Rundfahrt. We’ve kept her busy over on Ella Instagram with a #TaylerTakeover, and every evening, she called to give us a run-through of her day at the eight-stage German Tour. Tayler rides for a German-registered squad with a largely German staff and […]

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The yellow jersey’s noble helpers: Tayler Wiles’ Thüringen Rundfahrt stage six diary

Tayler Wiles (Velocio-SRAM) is on double duty for Ella CyclingTips during Thüringen Rundfahrt. We’re keeping her busy over on Ella Instagram with a #TaylerTakeover, and every evening, she calls to give us a run-through of her day at the eight-stage German Tour. Tayler rides for a German-registered squad with a largely German staff and three […]

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Breakfast blues, pockets full of cookies and midnight snacks: Tayler Wiles’ Thüringen Rundfahrt stage five diary

Tayler Wiles (Velocio-SRAM) is on double duty for Ella CyclingTips during Thüringen Rundfahrt. We’re keeping her busy over on Ella Instagram with a #TaylerTakeover, and every evening, she calls to give us a run-through of her day at the eight-stage German Tour. Tayler rides for a German-registered squad with a largely German staff and three […]

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