Amalie Diderikson and Amy Cure join the Voxwomen team for the first round of the Champions League action in Manchester.
The Voxwomen team has had a strong start from riders such as Rachele Barberi, Elena Cecchini, Lotte Kopecky, Jess Roberts and Amber Joseph placing them 2nd in the general classification so far.
Amy Cure, a multiple world champion, a double Commonwealth Games medallist and has just returned from her second Olympic Games in Rio. She finished 8th in the omnium and 4th in the team pursuit as she made her World Championship debut in the senior category in 2011. She was also part of the Australian team pursuit squad in the 2015 World Championships that took the gold medal and broke the world record.
Boels Dolmans Amalie Diderikson also rejoins the Voxwomen team in Manchester after snatching the win in an exciting finale in the world road race championships last month. Dideriksen took fifth place in the Olympic Omnium in Rio this summer and is a former double Junior World Road Champion and Danish National Road Race Champ.
The star duo are also joined by our young rider Amber Joseph who has produced some brilliant results throughout the Revolution series. Diderikson, Cure’s and Josephs form is sure to bring some exciting racing back to Manchester.
Anthony McCrossan, Voxwomen’s founder said:
“It’s great to welcome Amalie and Amy to the Voxwomen team at the Revolution. They are both incredibly strong riders and it will be great to have them on the team in Manchester wearing the new Voxwomen kit. We’re also delighted to announce that our young rider Amber Joseph will continue to ride with us throughout the Champions League, it’s great experience for her to be riding with the worlds strongest and we are looking forward to watching her further progress”.
For more information about the Revolution Series or to purchase tickets, visit: www.cyclingrevolution.com.