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Laura Trott And Wiggle Honda Dominate Another Manchester Revolution

Posted by on Nov 23, 2014 in News | 0 comments

Laura Trott And Wiggle Honda Dominate Another Manchester Revolution

Wiggle Honda Pro Cycling’s riders dominated proceedings in last night’s second round of the 2014/15 Revolution Series, at the National Cycling Centre, Manchester, with Laura Trott taking victory in three of the five women’s events. The two-time Olympic Champion began the day with a win in the UCI Points race, the took the Australian Pursuit, before bringing the house down on the capacity crowd with a virtuoso performance in her speciality event, the Elimination. “It’s gone really well,” Trott smiled. “I’m really happy with how...

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Peta Mullens outsprints Australia’s best to win Melbourne Kermesse Championships

Posted by on Nov 17, 2014 in News | 0 comments

Peta Mullens outsprints Australia’s best to win Melbourne Kermesse Championships

Wiggle Honda Pro Cycling’s Peta Mullens once again proved that she is one of the fastest sprinters in Australia, as she took a closely fought Melbourne Kermesse Championships, on the roads of the Victorian capital’s Caribbean Park on Sunday. Despite having won a mountainbike gravity race in the morning, the 26-year-old from nearby Bendigo managed to just edge out Kimberley Wells (Roxsolt) in a close photo-finish. Rebecca Wiasak (Jayco-AIS), who will soon be riding in the black and orange jersey of Wiggle Honda Pro Cycling, finished in...

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Giorgia Bronzini takes Scratch Race victory in International Belgian Open

Posted by on Nov 16, 2014 in News | 0 comments

Giorgia Bronzini takes Scratch Race victory in International Belgian Open

Wiggle Honda Pro Cycling’s Giorgia Bronzini made a triumphant return to top level track racing last night, as she took victory in the Scratch Race at the International Belgian Open, at the Vlaams Wielercentrum Eddy Merckx, in Gent, Belgium. Racing in the all-blue colours of Italy, the 30-year-old – who took one of her three World titles on the track in 2009 – beat France’s Soline Lamboley and Belgium’s World Champion Kelly Druyts to the line at the end of the 10km race. “I said to myself that I’ll wait, I’ll wait,...

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Gold for Barker, Roberts and Trott in Mexico Track World Cup

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Gold for Barker, Roberts and Trott in Mexico Track World Cup

Wiggle Honda Pro Cycling’s Elinor Barker, Amy Roberts and Laura Trott took gold for Great Britain – along with Ciara Horne – in last night’s Team Pursuit competition at the first World Cup competition of the 2014/15 season, in Guadalajara, Mexico, this weekend. The British quartet competed the 4000 metre distance in a time of four minutes, 21.256 seconds, to beat the Canadian team of Allison Beveridge, Jasmin Glaesser, Kirsti Lay and Stephanie Roorda by almost five seconds. “We’ve got a completely different team here to...

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Giorgia Bronzini heading for a third season of success with Wiggle Honda

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Giorgia Bronzini heading for a third season of success with Wiggle Honda

Wiggle Honda Pro Cycling is delighted to confirm that Giorgia Bronzini has renewed her contract, and will continue to ride for the black and orange team in 2015. The 30-year-old Italian former World Champion has been the team’s number one road rider since its inception in 2013, and will continue to be so next year. “Giorgia Bronzini, she’s simply amazing, loved by all,” said Wiggle Honda Pro Cycling’s Managing Director Rochelle Gilmore. “An amazing athlete and an amazing person. Giorgia is a hard, smart worker with a perfect...

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Mayuko Hagiwara renews her contract with Wiggle Honda Pro Cycling

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Mayuko Hagiwara renews her contract with Wiggle Honda Pro Cycling

Wiggle Honda Pro Cycling is extremely happy to confirm that Mayuko Hagiwara has renewed her contract with the team and will spend a third year racing in the black and orange jersey. The 28-year-old from Maebashi, in the centre of Japan’s main Honshu Island, is a ten-time National Champion, having taken four Hinomaru jerseys in the road race and six in the time trial, including both in 2014. “I am really excited for my contract with Wiggle Honda in 2015,” Hagiwara said. “Also I’m really looking forward to working with so many strong...

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Rochelle Gilmore To Ride 1100km With The Amy Gillett Foundation

Posted by on Nov 7, 2014 in News | 0 comments

Rochelle Gilmore To Ride 1100km With The Amy Gillett Foundation

Wiggle Honda Pro Cycling’s Managing Director Rochelle Gilmore will be lining up at the Amy Gillett Foundation’s Share the Road Tour in Brisbane, Queensland, on Sunday, the 9th of November. The 2014 edition of the seven-day ride is being held in Queensland in order to capitalise on the recent introduction of the two year legislative trial relating to minimum passing distances for motorists over cyclists, thanks to the Foundation’s “a metre matters” campaign. “Amy was a good friend,” Gilmore said. “I often shared a room with Amy...

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Rebecca Wiasak Joins Wiggle Honda For The Remainder Of 2014

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Rebecca Wiasak Joins Wiggle Honda For The Remainder Of 2014

Wiggle Honda Pro Cycling is delighted to announce that Rebecca Wiasak has signed with the black and orange squad for the remainder of 2014. The 30-year-old from the Australian cycling hotbed of Geelong, Victoria, will lend her considerable strength to the team in the Stan Siejka Launceston Cycling Classic, in Launceston, Tasmania, in early December. “I’m extremely excited about watching Rebecca race with Wiggle Honda,” said Managing Director Rochelle Gilmore. “I’ve stood and watched Bec from a distance, analysing her persona...

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Amy Roberts and Anna Sanchis both renew with Wiggle Honda for 2015

Posted by on Nov 3, 2014 in News | 0 comments

Amy Roberts and Anna Sanchis both renew with Wiggle Honda for 2015

Wiggle Honda Pro Cycling is delighted to announce that Amy Roberts and Anna Sanchis have both renewed their contracts and will ride in the black and orange jersey next year. Both riders have contributed strongly to the team’s considerable success in 2014 and both will continue to make those contributions in 2015, as well as develop their own careers and aim for results themselves. 19-year-old Roberts is the youngest member of Wiggle Honda Pro Cycling’s 2014 line up and, having been with the team since its inception in 2013, returns for a...

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Mullens takes another Noosa Open Criterium podium with a battling third place

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Mullens takes another Noosa Open Criterium podium with a battling third place

Wiggle Honda Pro Cycling’s Peta Mullens took a battling third place in the Subaru Noosa Open Criterium in Noosa, Queensland, to maintain her personal podium consistency in the race. The 26-year-old Victorian – who won the 2010 edition, and took second place last year in her debut in the black and orange jersey – was just beaten to the line in the race for second place by Sarah Roy (Roxsolt), after 2013 winner Kimberley Wells (Specialized-Securitor) had escaped to victory on the penultimate lap. “We knew we were going into the...

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