Sarah continues her series of interviews in this one-on-one talk with Helen Wyman. In it they talk about Helen’s results this season in the USA and Europe and how the two CX scenes are different, she explains start fees and prize money, why women’s CX is a really good opportunity for sponsors, and much more about the wonderful world of cyclocross. (42:12 MIN / 40.68 MB)
(Note: Because Helen and Sarah both like to talk, this is just part 1 of the interview. Here’s Part 2, where Helen runs through the season. Spoiler: you should watch it all!)
There’s a video-diary from Helen’s USA trip
Ans the Kona video from Helen, and two very young riders facing their first race of the 2014/15 season:
And another recent video profile of Helen on Fans of Flanders.
You can see how Helen came second in Sunday’s bpost bank trofee Ronse on this great photo-set by Balint Hamvas on cyclephotos.co.uk, and in this little video by Sporza. The full Ronse (mostly men’s) replay is here.
If you want to see videos from the start of the 2014/5 USA CX scene, there are How the race was won from CrossVegas and the KMC Festival day 1 and Behind The Barriers TV videos from, KMC Day 2, and the Rapha Super Cross Gloucester – Day 1 won by Helen, and Day 2. Photos of CrossVegas and the dusty Gloucester on VeloNews.
And this was lovely – Alex Carleton’s blog about Helen showing her some lines at the Midnight Ride.
Follow Helen on her website and excellent twitter, where she’ll probably answer any question you have – and make sure you check out her page on the Kona website. And Sarah’s written a guide to following, and watching, European women’s cyclocross.