7 Reasons why Local Women's Cycling Reaches a New High in Adelaide

Robert Gaggini
Attacking Racing

 

Until recently it was not unusual that a local race meeting would have no women participating at all.


With the "Focus" Women's Series, domestic Cycling in Adelaide has reached a New High.


Congratulations to all involved.


What are 7 reasons why?


  1. Quantity of Participants The listed riders total nearly 50.
  2. Teams Racing The competition is "Teams" based.
  3. Well Supported Central location, away from traffic, good infrastructure and race support
  4. Entertaining Racing Fast, attacking, skillful.
  5. Quality of Field including International and National Participants
  6. Series of Racing Not just a "once off" race but a summer series.
  7. Support of Sponsors and Organisers Well done to team and event sponsors, cycling sa and volunteers.

Thank You for Reading. Please Share.

Robert Gaggini
Mt Gambier Winner 2005

 

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

 

Robert Gaggini is founder of Adelaide Cycling Academy and owner of Infuga Retreat. As a cycling coach Robert brings years of experience to a wide range of Cycling Activities.

 

Winner of multiple cycle races including Mt Gambier 100mile classic 2005, and Alphutte 2003, (4th in 2012). Participant in a variety of endurance events including Paris-Brest-Paris, and is a 40km per day commuter for over 20years.

 

If you require any assistance with training plans, cycle coaching or if you just want to ride faster, Robert is happy to assist.

 

 

 

 

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