Road Cycling

Tetrick Uploads ‘awkward moment where you are solo & almost win but get caught 50m to go.’ Ride

Haven't we all gone a bit mad naming our Strava ride at one point or another?

The Aviva Women’s Tour Day One was always earmarked as a sprint stage – but Alison Tetrick of Clyance Pro Cycling tried to mess with the plan today and almost succeeded. 

Tetrick broke away with 25km to go, and managed to create a time gap of almost two minutes in the closing stretch. However, she was caught with the line in sight.

Tetrick looked a little watery eyed at the press conference, telling us: “You never believe you can win until you cross the line… but man, ten metres to go, at that moment, I believed I could win.”

She cheered up quickly though, clearly pleased with the strength of her breakaway – saying: “I sure would have liked to win, but I’ve got four more stages to go.”

The day was clearly a frustrating one for Tetrick, who uploaded her ride to Strava with a name that said it all. Literally.

Tetrick already has 148 kudos from her ride – and no doubt more to come! She also collected 77 top results including a host of shiny Queenies!

Want to see which of the Women’s Tour riders are on Strava? Check out this article for links to all their accounts. 

You can see all of our Aviva Women’s Tour content here. 

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