Who to follow so you can follow women’s cycling

It’s no secret, there is little to no media coverage for many of the women’s biggest and most exciting races.

But that doesn’t mean you can’t get great information. Social media has exploded in the last five years and those passionate about women’s cycling have embraced it wholeheartedly, making it easier for you at home to keep up to date on everything that is happening.

Here’s who to follow so you can follow Women’s Cycling:

Twitter

Websites

Facebook

This is also a great link put together by VeloFocus that details all 34 of this year’s professional women’s team. It includes a small bio on each team and lists all their riders and their individual social media platforms such as twitter and blog sites.

If you know more great social media sites or websites that can help others follow Women’s Cycling please post them in the comments below and I will add them above.

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10 Comments on “Who to follow so you can follow women’s cycling

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  4. I was wondering where all those new followers came from.

    Feel honoured to be named with all these people.

    And I agree to include Chloe (Velonova), Gwena for the French and Marcos (El Peloton) and Saul(C&H) for the Spanish riders.

  5. Oooh, good list!

    Some more I follow

    For French news, Gwéna on twitter and her website:
    https://twitter.com/gwena_cyclisfem
    http://cyclismefeminin.over-blog.com/

    and VeloNova:
    https://twitter.com/velonova
    http://velonova.wordpress.com/

    and in Spanish, El Pelotón and Cobbles & Hills have women’s sections:
    http://elpeloton.net/feminas/
    http://cobblesandhills.com/wordpress/category/femenino/

    They’re especially good for races in those countries, and riders who speak the languages

    I pretty much live on the Cycling Fever’s women’s sections when I’m looking up race calendars, and I love love love love their video section especially – @CyclingFlash is a superstar for finding things
    http://women.cyclingfever.com/

    and last but definitely not least, Cyclopunk has a site, Les Déesses de la Route, where he posts race previews and news and stuff. He’s great!
    https://twitter.com/Cyclopunk
    http://deessesdelaroute.blogspot.co.uk/

    (and thanks for including me, I always really appreciate it! 🙂 )

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