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UK Women's Cycle Team: Hannah Bayes Going into her third year with Admiral Liv AWOL, Hannah Bayes has seen remarkable progress through the 2018 season, particularly on Road. Gaining experience in the OVO Energy Women’s Tour Series has been vital to her evolution as a strong crit racer and team rider. Hannah was originally a runner, and from that sport she decided to try some duathlons and triathlons, but in 2015 she first joined a cycling club, Scarborough Paragon Cycling Club, and got a road bike. She found cycling to be her favourite discipline and so in 2017 it will be...

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Manuka Performance is proud to sponsor the Liv Awol Spok'd team from the United Kingdom. We will be highlighting all of the ladies from this U23 Women's Cycling team. Boosting the Youth Development ranks back up to three is another multi-talented all-rounder, Bethany Barnett. Bethany started competing on her bike when she was 7, racing at a few cycle speedway events in Norwich as well as GoRide events in the local area. She didn’t start to ride regional races until as a second year U14, and she suddenly found out she was actually okay at cyclocross, winning every regional Eastern...

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Manuka Performance is proud to sponsor the Liv Awol Spok'd team from the United Kingdom. We will be highlighting all of the ladies from this U23 Women's Cycling team. Kia kaha (stay strong) from Aotearoa, New Zealand!  A racer who is at home on almost any bike, joining Admiral Liv AWOL for 2019 is the former Cycle Team OnForm rider, Emily Ashwood. Emily’s love for cycling started at the age of 8 when she joined Sutton Cycling Club, but was inspired to race bikes after meeting former Sutton CC member, Olympian Joanna Rowsell when she returned to visit the club...

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We are beyond stoked to be partnering with Liv AWOL SPOK'D Under 23 Women's Race Team from the UK. The cycling scene in the UK and Europe is huge and when the time comes to move on from youth racing, most cycling clubs are not set up to fully support and develop the needs of young female riders facing the challenges of adult racing: The transition from solo to more team-based sports and in these early years being able to deal with both the demands of cycling, education at school and beyond. To fill this gap and provide an opportunity...

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