RideLondon Classique 2024 - Analysing the contenders

Lorena Wiebes (SD Worx-Protime)
Lorena Wiebes (SD Worx-Protime) (Image credit: Getty Images)

Women’s WorldTour racing resumes after the Spanish trio of races with the peloton heading to Britain for the RideLondon Classique and revamped Tour of Britain Women before closing back in on Grand Tour racing at the Giro in July and Tour in August.

Starting with RideLondon this Friday, May 24, it remains a three-day race as it has been since its post-COVID-19 pandemic resumption in and around Essex and London with a parcours best suited to the fastest sprinters.

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James Moultrie
News Writer

James Moultrie is a gold-standard NCTJ journalist who joined Cyclingnews as a News Writer in 2023 after originally contributing as a freelancer for eight months, during which time he also wrote for Eurosport, Rouleur and Cycling Weekly. Prior to joining the team he reported on races such as Paris-Roubaix and the Giro d’Italia Donne for Eurosport and has interviewed some of the sport’s top riders in Chloé Dygert, Lizzie Deignan and Wout van Aert. Outside of cycling, he spends the majority of his time watching other sports – rugby, football, cricket, and American Football to name a few.

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