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Riders Profile: Hannah Barnes

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Fit, firing and finding her way

Road Cycling UK, Timothy John, 7 March 2017
Posted by: Bitossi

National road race champion reflects on bouncing back from serious injury and looks ahead to 2017 season

Hannah Barnes interview

Cyclist, Cyclist, 20 June 2016
Posted by: Bitossi

Hannah Barnes talks about making her way back from injury, and racing the Women's Tour with Canyon/SRAM Racing Team.

Iíve Had Months Off The Bike But Iím Staying Positive.

total Women's Cycling, Michelle Arthurs-Brennan, 14 December 2015
Posted by: Bitossi

We talk to this incredible 22-year-old about dealing with one of the tougher aspects of the sport...

Chatting to Hannah Barnes

VeloUK, VeloUK, 11 March 2015
Posted by: Bitossi

One of the countryís top female riders is multi circuit race champion Hannah Barnes who is starting her second season for United Healthcare. Hannah was at the Eddie Soens last Saturday so we stopped by for quick chat.

Moving On Up.

VeloUK, Gordon Wiseman, 14 January 2014
Posted by: Bitossi

Hannah Barnes is about to move up to the next phase of her career, racing as a full time pro bike rider for the biggest team in America, the UnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Team.

Hannah Barnes interviewed following the Westminster Grand Prix.

Velo UK, Gordon Wiseman, 24 September 2013
Posted by: Bitossi

A field of 62 riders took to the start line in the main support race to the final stage of this year's Tour of Britain but come the business end of the fast and furious hour's racing, there were just 23 riders competing for outright honours that saw Louise Borthwick (Edinburgh RC) and junior rider Emily Nelson (Bike Pure - LeMond - Aspire Velotech) follow the season dominant Barnes across the finishing line in taking the final podium places.

Hannah Barnes, pro-cyclist with MG Maxifuel

Total Women's Cycling, Total Women's Cycling, 17 June 2013
Posted by: Bitossi

At the end of a tumultuous week, Hannah Barnes sounds cheerful and upbeat. Her voice comes clearly over the telephone line in a series of considered but honest answers to questions largely concerning a seven day period that has included as many highs and lows as an elite professional cyclist might expect to experience in an entire career.

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