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24.083 Interviews
Here you find a collection of interviews on the internet in various languages. Bitossi (Thanks, Arturo!) is searching the Internet on a daily basis looking for fresh interviews. You can find them all in our Interview database containing thousands of riders interviews to be read, while having your cup of coffee.
Our eternal thanks go out to Lucybears, we miss him.

Year Month Language
Riders Country

EUSBasque Country48
CZECzech Republic2
ESAEl Salvador2
HKGHong Kong1
NZLNew Zealand13
RSASouth Africa8
SKNSt. Kitts and Nevis 3
GBRUnited Kingdom265
USAUnited States188
Total Interviews: 1685
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Katarzyna Niewiadoma
Kasia Niewiadoma: Pole position

Rouleur, 22 September 2018
Feisty, fun and very fast, Katarzyna Niewiadoma takes her racing inspiration from Nibali at Sanremo: “He showed us that if you attack, you just have to believe in yourself” Trofeo Alfredo Binda, March 2018. Kasia Niewiadoma attacked solo with 9km remaining. It wasn’t particularly pretty – Niewiadoma heaved and strained at the pedals after 131 sodden kilometres of racing – but her win resonated with anyone watching. It was gutsy, passionate and unbounded. A bit of an analogue rebellion in a digital, power-metered age. Even if she hadn’t won, raw aggression like hers is why people get into the sport. If she had looked back, she would have seen Amada Spratt...

Lauren Tucker Hall
6 June 2018

Meet UHC Pro-Cyclist Lauren Hall
Lauren Hall was always determined to become a professional athlete, a family tradition inherited from her grandfather – who played football for the first San Francisco 49ers team. Her athletic ambitions began on the soccer field, so landing on a bicycle was never part of the plan....

Evie Richards
Cyclocross Rider,
3 May 2018

The accidental Word Champion
Remarkably World and British Under-23 champion Evie Richards only started cycle racing two or three years before winning the inaugural World Under-23 cyclocross title in 2016. Ted Sarmiento caught up with the young Briton to ask about her meteoric rise to the top of world 'cross and how her rainbow

Annabel Simpson
Yorkshire Post,
28 April 2018

No regrets for Annie Simpson as she prepares to line up with cycling’s elite in Tour de Yorkshire
Yorkshire's Annie Simpson of the Trek Drops team up on the Cow and Calf rocks above Ilkley, scene of the finish to the second stage of next week's Asda Tour de Yorkshire Women's Race. Picture: Simon Hulme

Henrietta Colborne
24 January 2018

Looking forward to racing in the Spanish hills
It’s not just the boys which the Rayner Fund supports, the young ladies get their opportunities. Here’s what 19 year-old Miss Henrietta Colborne from the north of England had to tell us

Elle Anderson
Cyclo Cross Magazine,
18 January 2018

Making it in Europe but missing 2018 Reno Nationals
You might have noticed when filling out your fantasy team that one of the bigger names in U.S. women’s cyclocross, Elle Anderson, was missing from the list of pre-registered racers. While her fans held out hope that it was either an out-of-date roster or that Anderson was just aiming to register on-

Katie Archibald
5 December 2017

You’ve got to learn to be a leader
This 23 year-old is a force of nature and has to be one of our best medal hopes at the Commonwealth Games; she’s been rampant recently in the European Championships and World Cups; Ms. Katie Archibald recently kindly took time to speak to VeloVeritas about her autumn adventures and her future ambiti

Neah Evans
29 November 2017

I wouldn’t necessarily say I’ve made huge leaps this year
It was at the Berlin Six Day a few years ago that we first saw Neah Evans in action on the boards.

Rachel Neylan
Pez Cyclingnews,
13 November 2017

Movistar’18: Rachel Neylan Gets PEZ’d
The very successful Spanish Movistar team announced that they would be have a women's squad for the 2018 season. One of their most experienced signings for next year is Australia’s Rachel Neylan from Orica-Scott. Ed Hood caught up with Rachel as she gets ready for a big season with her new team.

Jennifer George
10 November 2017

On Sunday 19 November, you’re invited to hit the pedals and take part in the Oatopia Boxpark Bike Ride! This unique event will be led by expert cyclists Jennifer George and Sophie Coleman. We sat them down to find out more…

Sophie Coleman
10 November 2017

On Sunday 19 November, you’re invited to hit the pedals and take part in the Oatopia Boxpark Bike Ride! This unique event will be led by expert cyclists Jennifer George and Sophie Coleman. We sat them down to find out more…

Compton Katie
Cyclo Cross Magazine,
1 November 2017

Katie Compton interview
Katie Compton is the reigning national cyclocross champion, as well as the silver medalist at the 2007 UCI World Cyclocross Championships. When Katie won her first national championship in 2004, she surprised her competitors and the media, but she wasn’t a stranger to competing at the top level. The

Elizabeth Banks
Road Cycling UK,
9 August 2017

Feature Interview: Lizzy Banks
Women’s national series winner Lizzy Banks talks to VeloUK about her breakthrough season on the road

Leah Thorvilson
1 July 2017

The novice who became a pro
The winner of the inaugural Zwift Academy talks about her first taste of action in the Women's WorldTour peloton.

Elinor Barker
Road Cycling UK,
3 May 2017

I needed a new goal I could really sink my teeth into
Rewind just a little more than four years, and – as a prodigiously talented teenager – Elinor Barker was rapidly climbing the British Cycling ladder – junior world time trial success, and an unexpected, and hugely successful, promotion to the senior team pursuit team under her belt.

Jolanda Neff
Brujula Bike,
3 May 2017

Interview with Jolanda Neff
Is a very young talent. She has won the UCI Mountain Bike World Cup XCO 2014 and 2015, and she is the actual UCI Mountain Bike World Cup XCM champion.

Elisabeth Deignan-Armitstead
Road Cycling UK,
21 April 2017

On redemption, marriage and retiring to Yorkshire
It’s Monday lunchtime, and Lizzie Deignan sits in an empty pub in an affluent but comparatively obscure corner of west London. This is no social gathering, however. We have met to discuss her new book, Steadfast.


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