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Image Calendar 2011


Sorry, the 2011 calendar is sold out. 



Presenting the WomensCycling.net  

Image Calendar 2011 

A calendar of images by  WomensCycling.net  photographer,             CJ Farquharson

The calendar contains images taken during the season just finished - from the beginning in Australia with their National Championships, over to Europe for the major events, including all the World Cups, through to the road World Championships in October.

Tour of Qatar, Trofeo Binda, the World Track Championships, Flanders, Fleche, Tour de l'Aude, the Chinese events on Chongming Island, the Spanish races, including the World Cup and Bira, plus the women's Giro, Route de France, Plouay, Holland Ladies Tour and Giro di Toscana, then the World Road Championships - they're all in the pictures in the calendar.

The wonderful performances by Mara Abbot, Giorgia Bronzini, Sarah Hammer,  Emma Pooley, Ina-Yoko Teutenberg, Annemiek van Vleuten, Grace Verbeke, Marianne Vos  and many more throughout 2010 are all included. 

The calendar is printed on 150gsm glossy paper and is available in two sizes.

There is a main image for each month's view and then several smaller images, plus another laid behind the calendar grid for the month. Short captions are given for each picture, to describe the action.


Available in two sizes 

29.7cm x 21cm   (large)     or     21cm x 14.8cm  (small)


Typical Pages from the Calendar SOLD OUT


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