August 2018 Roundup

For many Youth and Junior racers in Europe, the end of July means only one thing, the start of Jeugdtour (European Junior Cycling Tour Assen). A week-long road tour comprising of a mix of events including a time trial, crits, open road race and has seen the likes of Marianne Vos start their international success... Continue Reading →

June Roundup 2018

After the intensive racing of May, there was no let up for the team as the month kicked off with the CiCLE Classic on Sunday 3rd June. Starting at 2pm from Sherrard Street in Melton, the 3rd Women’s CiCLE Classic race followed the same 105 km course the Junior Men’s had covered earlier on the... Continue Reading →

Mid-May Roundup 2018

First action of the month came on the evening of Wednesday 2nd, from Savannah Hewson, who was back on her Time Trial bike for the first time in a while, riding in the Westerly 10 mile TT. To quote her tweet "1st Women and 1st Junior. 16th overall (beating 30 men) at the Westerly 10mile... Continue Reading →

Junior Women’s Giro 2018

The Junior Women's Giro 2018 race was part of the inaugural British Cycling Junior Women’s National Road Series, organised by CC Hackney and consisting of three stages run over two days, Saturday 21st and Sunday 22nd April 2018. The first day was held at Redbridge Cycling Centre and consisted of a short time trial (1 lap of Hog... Continue Reading →

RTTC National Time Trial Championships

Three Liv AWOL team members competed at the RTTC National Closed Circuit Time Trial Championships at Thruxton on Sunday, while other teams members were busy competing in their club TT championships, and also cyclo-cross events across the country, with several podium spots amongst them. The results for three riders at Thruxton were Lauren Higham, win... Continue Reading →

Hannah Bayes’ Summer of Cycling

After having a great time at the North West Tour, I unfortunately spent the majority of the following week  being stuck at home with glandular fever, and on the subsequent weekend had to pull out of starting in the women's Cycle Classic. The following week saw the team at the London Nocturne, and a race... Continue Reading →

Exams, pressure and excitement

May was a very strange month for me. Although I only did a couple of time trials, one local circuit race and then the North West Tour, it was quite an exciting month. I started my GCSEs which are really testing me, but cycling is proving to be the best method of coping. Not only... Continue Reading →

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