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Cyclevox launches women’s cycling channel

Published March 2, 2015

SOUTHAMPTON, United Kingdom (BRAIN) — U.K.-based cycling commentary, PR and production company Cyclevox has introduced an online women’s cycling video channel: Voxwomen.

Produced by women for women, the online service will give subscribers insight into the women’s international peloton. Content will include news coverage of some of the world’s greatest female cycling events, rider interviews, cycling challenges,  top 10 lists, “how to” advice and more.

Cyclevox founder Anthony McCrossan, a UCI Women’s World Cup commentator, said Voxwomen was launched to give female professional cyclists a voice and to encourage equality across the sport. 

“Cycling’s popularity is rapidly growing. However, there is a real need for ongoing investment in women’s cycling at the highest level. I have always been an advocate of the women’s professional racing scene and am pleased to be able to assist with the continued growth of the sport through the creation of Voxwomen,” he said.

Trek Bicycles and distributor Madison U.K. are supporting the channel as founding sponsors. Sufferfest, which offers high-intensity cycling training videos, is also working with the channel as a Voxwomen partner.

Voxwomen launched on Saturday as 11-time Paralympic champion Dame Sarah Storey attempted to break the World Hour Record at the London Olympic Velodrome. She fell short by just over half a kilometer.

For more information about Voxwomen, visit:

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