Friday, March 07, 2008

Women's racing on the upswing - the world centre of cycling: "Women's North American racing improves in 2008
North American UCI races are one of the more volatile aspects of the racing calendar; every year some are added and some disappear. UCI races are more complicated to put on and have significantly higher costs due to more regulations, bigger prize lists and a host of other differences. Despite this fact, the 2008 calendar for women is looking healthier than ever. Cyclingnews' North American Editor Mark Zalewski already looked at the gentlemen's side of the 2008 calendar, and now turns equal attention to the ladies."


bluecolnago said...

there is no doubt that women's cycling is the real deal. ya gotta love it! :)

sydney_b said...

We're thankful for the support and are aiming to make races worth watching this season. We're out to race, not do a group ride. :D