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It’s a historic week for women’s cycling in Britain as the world’s top female cyclists race on British roads as part of the Women’s Tour. This will be the first time ever that the world governing body for sports cycling, the Union Cycliste Internatiole (UCI), holds a women’s international stage-race in Britain.
VolkerWessels UK is sponsoring stage 4 of the race, which runs from Cheshunt to Welwyn Garden City (97.8km) on Saturday the 10th of May and will be passing our head office in Hoddesdon. The initiative of sponsoring the Women’s Tour is closely linked to our Corporate Responsibility ambitions and focusses on our local community involvement, health, well-being and diversity objectives.
About the Women’s Tour
Over 100 of the best female riders, including past and current Olympic medallists and World Champions representing 17 trade and national teams are competing to become the first ever Women's Tour champion.
The opening day of the Women’s Tour was yesterday, with the first stage starting in Oundle, Northamptonshire. Crowds were out in force all the way along the route. The tour mainly takes place on the roads around the East Midlands and East Anglia and ends in Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk.