Also, Leah Kirchmann on her La Course podium and Shimano’s ‘Gravel Avengers’ come to Ontario
From Spain where she is on training camp, Kirchmann shared her pride in being Canadian
Leah Kirchmann discusses Omloop het Nieuwsblad and Omloop van het Hageland, her new team and the season ahead.
World champion Lizzie Armitstead (Great Britain/Boels-Dolmans) and Greg Van Avermaet (Belgium/BMC) drew first blood in this year’s Spring Classics with wins at the Omloop Het Nieuwsblad in Gent, Belgium on Saturday.
B.C. Superweek continued Saturday night in Ladner, B.C., where Australia’s Jason Lowndes sprinted to victory in the 2015 Tour de Delta Brenco Criterium.
For the third time in her career, Joelle Numainville of Team Bigla Pro Cycling has been crowned the Elite women’s road race champion, taking the Red and White jersey by a hair’s breadth ahead of defending titlist Leah Kirchmann.
Optum Pro Cycling is fixated on the finish line at this year’s Nationals, with five Elite men and four Elite women vying for the honour of the nation’s top riders.
With Leah Kirchmann and the United Healthcare Women’s team earning respective women’s individual and team National Racing Calendar titles, it’s safe to say that the women’s calendar at the Philadelphia International Cycling Classic was a powerhouse event.
Riding for Optum-Kelly Benefit Strategies in the Tour of California, Leah Kirchmann claimed both a Stage 3 victory and a second overall finish for the entire Tour on its final day—the day after an epic […]
On Saturday, Leah Kirchmann, Canada’s national road, time trial and criterium champion, won the second stage of the inaugural Tour of California women’s race empowered with SRAM.