Eva Lutz diary

Eva Lutz is a fiery German who rides for Equipe Nürnberger Versicherung. She is off to her best season start ever, having won the second stage of the Ladies' Tour of Qatar, and bringing in third and fourth places respectively in the Gran Premio Brissago - Lago Maggiore and the Trofeo Alfredo Binda. In her spare time, Lutz is studying for an advanced degree in mechanical engineering. This year she has shed the bright red dreadlocks for which she became known, going back to her natural brown curls. She will share her unique view of women's professional cycling with us over the season.

Facing the Mur

The Mur de Huy played a large role in Lutz' life this week, as she wondered whether the team bus would make it all the way up and later took captain Amber Neben to the foot of the climb

Bumping over the cobblestones

Lutz continued her series of top ten finishes with a sixth place in the Ronde van Drenthe, after a boring Easter Sunday.

When does the sun shine in Belgium?!?

The women's Ronde van Vlaanderen was the second race on the women's World Cup circuit, featuring...

Chocolate against the cold

There are two important reasons why I made sure the World Cup opener in Varese was on my race...
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