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Links to Cycling Club, Pro Teams, Races and Rider's Sites

Clubs / Teams


Aarons Cycling Team USA Pro team, based and racing in the USA
American Womens Track Cycling Fund (AWTCF) USA An organisation dedicated to financing the efforts of current and future track champions
Ballymena Road Club Northern Ireland A large club, based in Northern Ireland. Caters for those wishing to race, tour and socialise - BRC has an impressive clubhouse, which hosts weekly meetings, indoor training and other events.
Bann Wheelers Cycling Club

Northern Ireland

Bann Wheelers are based on the northern coast of Northern Ireland, in the Coleraine area
Buitenpoort-Flexpoint Team Netherlands Top Dutch team with a list of stars on the roster - became Team Flexpoint in 2007
Carnegie Caulfield Cycling Club Australia A lively Melbourne Club which retains a 'local' perspective despite having members who compete and win at international level
Getranke Hoffmann Germany Women's pro team, new for 2007. Natalie Bates, Theresa Senff, Angela Brodtka, Tina Liebig, Sandra Missbach..... many more 
Lakeland Cycle Club Northern Ireland A club from County Fermanagh in Northern Ireland, with some fast women in their ranks
Lucan Cycling Road Club


Contains regular interviews with Irish Women’s National Team members,  Riders.reports on Irish Women’s National Teams races, reports on Women’s League.and newsletters from Irelands Women’s Commission
Michela Fannini Italy Italian women's pro team site, the website is very entertaining and includes some great music and graphics!
Newry Wheelers CC

Northern Ireland

A Northern Ireland based club, with membership  of about 90. There is a thriving women's section, but only one 'racer' at the moment. The Wheelers are trying to change that!
Ouch Pro Cycling USA Team led by Sarah Hammer (Double World track Champion)
Riverland Cycling Club Australia Vibrant South Australian club, only established in 1986, but offering racing, training in all disciplines
Star & Garter Wheelers New Zealand A club based in Nelson, New Zealand, currently (2005) 160 members, catering for road, MTB, multisporters, etc, The club recently entered a womens team in the World Cup, Wellington. To gain entry Star & Garters  registered the first Trade team for women in New Zealand
St Kilda CC


One of the largest clubs in the Melbourne (Australia)  region
Team FBUK UK Women's sponsored team based in the UK, containing several riders who have represented GB on the road.
Team Flexpoint Netherlands Top Dutch team with a list of stars on the roster - was Buitenpoort-Flexpoint until 2006
Team Rona


Canadian Women's Pro Team - disbanded after 2004 season, but still sponsoring individual riders in 2005
Van Bemmelen-AA Drink Netherlands Pro women's team based in the Netherlands - includes Olympic RR Champion, Sara Carrigan and the Bates sisters, also Suzanne De Goede
Velo Bella Team USA Pro Cyclo Cross team 
Victory Brewing Cycling Team USA Pro women's team based in the USA. Riders include Lauren Flanges, Rachel Heal, Kirsten Robbins and Kimberley Geist.
Vlaanderen Women's Cycling Team Belgium Belgium's first women's pro team, part sponsored by the Flemish government. Riders are from all over Europe
Nicole Cooke UK Nicole is British Champion, multi-junior World Champion, World Cup Champion 2003 and silver medallist in the World Championship RR 2005.
Annalisa Cucinotta Italy Annalisa is ex-junior World Champion on the track and has made the transition to seniors, winning several World Cup medals. Annalisa rides well on the road too. She rides for the Italian Michela Fannini team
Gabby Day UK Gabby Day is a top-ranked cyclo cross rider.She is based in the UK but races in Belgium and the Netherlands
Rochelle Gilmore Australia Rochelle has ridden for Australia on the road and track and won the Geelong World Cup race in 2005. She rides for Team Safi in Italy
Andrea Graus Austria Andrea rode for the Austrian Team RC Elk Haus in 2005 and will join Team Bigla in 2006
Sarah Hammer USA Double/back-to-back World Track Champion, 2006/2007
Rachel Heal Britain Rachel rides for the Danish-based Team SATS and has represented Great Britain at World Championships and Olympic Games level
Helen Kelly Australia Helen rode in 2006 for Elk Haus (Austria) and the Australian National Team in 2007 she will return to US racing, in the colours of Webcor
Team Kiesanowski New Zealand Jo and Michelle Kiesanowski - the Kiwi sisters who both race internationally. Also includes brother Ryan's news.  
Vera Koedooder


Vera rides for the pro women's team, Buitenpoort-Flexpoint (see above)
Susanne Ljungskog Sweden 2002, 2003 World Champion, the Swede continues to race and win
The Meares Sisters


Anna and Kerrie Meares' news and racing site
Meribel Moreno Spain Spanish RR Champion's site (Champ 2005)
Lori-Ann Muenzer Canada Athens Olympics sprint Champion
Amber Neben USA American who rides for Buitenpoort-Flexpoint, won Tour de L'Aude 2005 & 2006
Marianne Vos Netherlands The 2007 World RR Champion's site. (In Dutch)
Modesta Vzesniauskaite Lithuania  (Italian site) Lithuanian Modesta was a professional with Italian team - Nobili Rubinetterie in 2005. In 2006, she rode for Italian team, FRW. 2007 sees her in Équipe Nürnberger colours
Oenone Wood


The prolific Australian Champion's site. Wood is the 2005 World Championship RR bronze medallist and winner of the 2004 and 2005 World Cup series, National Champion and more 
International / National Federations


Union Cyclist Internationale - The sport's ruling body

Irish Women's Cycling 


Women's racing site in Ireland, updated by the Irish women's commission
Nature Valley Grand Prix


American Stage Race site
Ster Zeeuwsche Eilanden


Site for this famous Dutch Stage Race which takes place in June
Tour De Toona


USA's largest stage race - held in central Pennsylvania - social and entertainment events are also provided in this week-long celebration
UCI World Cup  : Trofeo Binda Italy  Race website
UCI World Cup  : Ronde van Vlaanderen Belgium Race website
UCI World Cup : Tour of Montreal  Canada Race website
UCI World Cup  : Plouay GP France Race website
UCI World Cup : Tour of Rotterdam Netherlands Race website
UCI World Cup : Nurnberger Germany Race website
Other - Cycle shops, Training / Cycling Holidays, Miscellaneous
Sport Bequi Majorca Arguably Majorca's number 1 bike shop. Great range of clothing and accessories, plus a source of energy bars and drinks. They do bike hire too. Based in Alcudia, El Arenal and Sevilla
Gran Prix Cycles


A bike shop in South Caulfield, Melbourne. Launched a women's specific section in November 2005 - very helpful and very friendly
Kearney Cycles Galway, Ireland A full range of racing and leisure bikes
Redding TriSport


Triathlon Site - with Women's only section
Sport Active UK / Ireland Training Camps and Walking Holidays in Majorca and across Europe
SheSpoke Cycle Wear Queensland, Australia Developed to promote a new range of women's only cycle clothing and provide information on women's cycling related interests and issues.
News Pages
Dutch Cycle Sport Pages


Listing of Dutch and English language cycling sites
Cycle Sport News


'The Hub of Australian Cycling' - a new site devoted to the Australian scene
Cykelsiderne Denmark Database site, run by John Tønnesen

Reader contributions welcomed 

VELO SportZ Australia All about riding, whether you are into Road, Track or Mountain biking. Highly qualified people in their respective fields contribute, including Rochelle Gilmore

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