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Riders Profile: Rachel Neylan

9 Interviews

Movistar’18: Rachel Neylan Gets PEZ’d

Pez Cyclingnews, Edmond Hood, 13 November 2017
Posted by: Bitossi

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.

Planea su temporada en Europa

Sprint Especial, Ibai Lara Etxebarrieta, 8 December 2016
Posted by: Bitossi

Antes de firmar con Orica-AIS en marzo de 2015, Neylan estaba acostumbrada a los contratos de un año. Con el equipo australiano, Neylan ha encontrado un ambiente estable y seguro que espera que pueda ayudarla a una mayor consistencia y éxito durante las próximas 2 temporadas.

Rachel Neylan on triumphing over adversity and the Flèche Wallonne.

Podium Cafe, Sarah Connolly, 25 April 2013
Posted by: Bitossi

While I was at the Flèche Wallonne with team Hitec Products UCK, I interviewed Rachel Neylan, just after she finished the race, where she’d ridden in support of her Hitec team-mate, Elisa Longo Borghini’s second place. I’ve interviewed Rachel before, in 2011, on her route into cycling, but in the time since then, she’s had a truly tumultuous time, due to team circumstances and injury, and her 2012 looked like it was a year to forget... until she came back in a mixed team at the Tour de l’Ardèche. Her results there, including 3rd place on Stage 6 and 4th in the GC, earned her a spot representing Australia at the 2012 Road World Championships, where she rode an amazing race, ending on the podium with a silver medal. We spoke about riding Flèche as a domestique, her Worlds race and triumphing over adversity.

Interview with Australian Rachel Neylan.

Pro Cycling News, Bart Hazen, 10 February 2012
Posted by: Bitossi

The 30 year old ended her 2012 season on a high with the silver medal at the World Championships and a contract with the Norwegian Hitec Products team.

"the harder you work, the luckier you get"

Podium Cafe, Sarah Connolly, 12 May 2011
Posted by: Bitossi

"It’s been an absolute whirlwind three years", says Rachel Neylan, about her life since she took up cycling.

"The team had a a fantastic race", Jarrod Pattridge, 30 July 2010
Posted by: lucybears

Current Amy Gillett Foundation sponsorship holder, Rachel Neylan recently finished 9th overall in the Tour Féminin en Limousin, a four day, hilly, technical stage race comprised of three road races and one TT in France.

Proud to start in the Green and Gold

Bicycles Network Australia, Rowena Scott, 5 June 2010
Posted by: lucybears

Rachel Neylan, member of the Australian Women’s Road Cycling Team is headed for the GP Ciudad de Valladolid in Spain this weekend, the 6th installment of the UCI Women’s World Cup. Rachel sat down and answered a few questions for for Bicycles Network Australia about the upcoming event.

Rachel Neylan talks all things Cycling, 6 May 2010
Posted by: lucybears

Bunch Ride Finder was lucky enough this week to catch up with Australia’s Rachel Neylan. From runner turned cyclist, in late 2008, the passionate and ambitious 28 year old has promptly progressed to international racing.

"eating, speaking and living Italiano!"

Bicycles Network Australia, Rowena Scott , 8 April 2010
Posted by: lucybears

Relative new comer to the women's peloton, Rachel Neylan has bridged the gap from Nationally recognised runner to Professional Road Cyclist. She is preparing to race in Europe this season with the Australian National Team and Team Fanini/System Data.

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