Women know how to
#BETOUGH

As female cyclists we are one big family. We are women from all over the world, with the same mind set, the same interest, the same struggles and the same joys. Women of all ages, sizes and cultures but the love for our bike in common. One characteristic that stands out;
we all know how to #BeTOUGH.
As female cyclists we are one big family. We are women from all over the world, with the same mind set, the same interest, the same struggles and the same joys. Women with different ages, sizes and cultures but the love for our bike in common. One characteristic that stands out;
we all know how to #BeTOUGH.

Latest Posts

La Ride des Belles Filles: training schedule week 3

We arrived in week 3 of the training program for La Ride Des Belles Filles and we hope the training sessions are going smoothly. Of course that’s what happens in a perfect world. For sure there had been a day that you didn’t feel fit enough or other problems arose. For that reason, don’t hesitate […]

La Ride des Belles Filles: training schedule week 2

Another week, another training schedule. We hope the first week was fun. Did you feel the legs burn already? Yes? Well, that’s a good sign! It means you used your muscles and you’re getting stronger. Don’t forget to drink and eat enough during and after training. This will not only make you train more efficiently […]

La Ride des Belles Filles: training schedule week 1

Let’s start training! Experienced riders Since this is the second edition of La Ride, we assume that we can now divide our participants into 2 groups. We hope that the ladies who finished last years’ training program and La Ride, got hooked to their bikes and continued cycling on a regular base. The experienced riders. […]

La Ride des Belles Filles

Remember how we organised ‘La Ride’ last year? Well, the 2018 edition will be slightly different. The title of this blog reveals it already a tiny bit. Does it ring a bell? La Ride des Belles Filles will be an even bigger challenge and hopefully your new cycling goal. Train for La Ride, a word […]

Castelli

I’ve been lucky once again. A post package arrived. It had the logo of a scorpion and was filled with fancy packed cycling clothing. Time for a photo shoot! Doing photo shoots is not my speciality. It always makes me pretty insecure. But when you can wear clothing that fits perfectly well and has a […]

Ironman 70.3 Luxembourg Race Recap

WHAT. A. WEEKEND. It took me a bit to realise what just happened and I’m still lost somewhere between the highest excitement and the sorest legs. So, let’s start from the beginning: After talking about this goal of doing an Ironman 70.3 for almost two years it was finally go time. I’m usually the most […]

Coffee rides, places to visit

We all need easy rides, mainly to recover from a hard and intensive ride. Doing so I combine all the things I love on that day, my love, friends, my bike and some coffee. On hot days I go for a smoothie though.. The place to go to in my hometown is called Maona, see […]

Bergop rijden: tips & tricks

Spreek de naam Mont Ventoux uit en de reactie van de mensen rondom jou is er eentje van “ohlala”, “amaaaai” of “pfff”. Er wordt niet eens gezegd dat het gaat over een wel heel hoge berg, maar spontaan krijgt iedereen “pijn” aan de benen. Wielrenner of niet. Anders gezegd, de Mont Ventoux is een klim […]

Clipless pedals: How to clip in & Out

I took my best friend for her first lesson on the road bike. Since she’s new to the world of cycling, she still has to learn a lot. How to properly clip in and out of your clipless pedals is one of the most important tricks you should learn. In the short video below, you […]

New bike day: my first TT bike

We all know that by rule #12 the correct number of bikes to own is n+1. So I’m more than happy that my fave, the Liz SL, finally got a little company: Dean. After I fell in love with the Dean last year when I saw it in the Ridley catalogue I got the chance to test […]

Only half crazy – my Ironman 70.3 journey

If you’ve been following my older blog posts you might know that I’ve been struggling with a nasty knee injury for about two years. After I got surgery in October 2016 I finally did my comeback race in august 2017 – a sprint distance triathlon in my hometown. Since then I’ve been working really, really hard […]

Hoe kleed je jezelf voor een fietsrit

Het eerste waar ik aan denk alvorens ik mijn fiets op stap: ‘Wat doe ik nu aan’? Shirt met lange mouwen? Of toch korte mouwen? Dan misschien toch een extra laagje. Of snel nog die Buff meenemen? Pffff, keuzestress, bijna zo erg als pre-race stress. Niet onbelangrijk ook want kledij bepaald voor een groot deel […]

Ten top tips to attack gravel sectors on your road bike

Hannah’s TEN TOP TIPS for tackling gravel Off road on road Gravel road riding is very much trending at the moment! This is something that I first became involved with only five years ago. To be honest, I kind of didn’t have a choice because numerous 2013 National Road Series Tours had gravel sectors. As […]