Of all the riders to compete in the Elite Women’s Championship this winter, Dani King will be the first to tell you that life is like riding a bicycle – to keep your balance, you must keep moving.
After a successful Revolution debut last season, the Elite Women’s Championship returns for a second year, with 12 of the world’s top track riders battling it out for the overall title.
After establishing herself as a World and Olympic champion on the track before forging a career on the road, Dani King is the latest women’s WorldTour rider to announce her return to the Revolution arena.
Already a world road race champion following her stunning outing in Doha just last year, it’s easy to forget that Amalie Dideriksen is just 21.
Back for a second season, the Revolution Elite Women’s Championship will pit the best women’s teams - both domestic and international - against each other over three rounds of wheel-to-wheel racing.
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