I’m all for normalising cycling, but this is a bit above and beyond.
Someone I know, who's a midwife, cycled until she was nearly due, although I don't know if she cycled to hospital. I'm sure she knew what she was doing, being a midwife. It's undoubtedly very different for different women, though.
Marcia Roberts LEJOGLE record: 11 days, 13 hours and 13 minutes https://mawonavelo.com/2020/07/19/lejogle-2020-the-route/
Also Lejog on a trike a little while back - Jane Moore (not sure if a repost).
I just read her blog. What an amazing project.
Not on bikes, but damn...
Marianne Vos just won her 8th Cyclocross World Championship (Fayetteville2022, Arkansas) having won her first in 2006. The last world title Vos held was CX in 2014. Mind blowing.
If you're on twitter consider giving Miss Omar a follow ... raising awareness against bias #brompton
Ellen van Dijk to make Hour record attempt on Monday 23 May
New Women Hour Record: 49,254 km
Thanks for that. Didn’t know it was on. 900 metres over the old record? Amazing. She looked absolutely perfect on the bike.
Aged 82, Gina Harris is the oldest woman to cycle LEJOG - she completed her attempt today after 28 days’ riding. Inspiring.
It’s done. I’ve finished. I’ll miss this road trip. I’ll update the blog a little later (and please don’t stop donating, if you can afford to!) https://t.co/xdRFL6CYtQ pic.twitter.com/inozsqVJFb— Gina Harris (@CyclingGina) June 23, 2022
It’s done. I’ve finished. I’ll miss this road trip. I’ll update the blog a little later (and please don’t stop donating, if you can afford to!) https://t.co/xdRFL6CYtQ pic.twitter.com/inozsqVJFb
Gina is raising money for 2 causes
Congrats to Annemiek van Vleuten on the overall win of Le Tour de France Femmes
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