The ŠKODA V-Women’s Tour is a virtual stage race, so you will still see a winner of each stage, and an overall leader. We’ve even got a virtual leaders jersey that you will see being worn by our race leader on Stages Two and Three.

The ŠKODA V-Women’s Tour will feature 18 teams including many of the world’s top names that you’ve seen racing in the Women’s Tour. Each team will field three riders who will race in every stage, competing for stage victories and overall honors.

Just as in the real world Women’s Tour, a riders cumulative time across the three stages will be their overall time. There are also no time bonuses, so creating time gaps over your rivals will be crucial.

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the stages

Stage 1 – Bury ST Edmunds

Wednesday 17 June – 19:00 BST

Featuring one of the classic routes from the the past six editions of the Women’s Tour, riders will first be facing a likely sprint stage over the final 38.4 kilometres of the 2014 stage to Bury St Edmunds in Suffolk.

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Stage 2 – Burton Dasset

Thursday 18 June – 19:00 BST

Action will then resume Stage Two with a leg replicating the finishing circuit from 2019’s hill top finish at Burton Dassett in Warwickshire, with three ascents of the 1.7 kilometer climb that averages 4.9% during the 35.7 kilometer race.

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Stage 3 – Canary Wharf

Friday 19 June – 19:00 BST

The final stage will take place around 35-laps of a one kilometer circuit at the heart of the world-famous business district of Canary Wharf, London that is one of our Real Roads and can be experienced all year round.

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ride with us

Following each stage of the ŠKODA V-Women’s Tour members of the public will also have the chance to ride the three routes.

Each stage will be available to ride on RGT Cycling for three days following the professional race with a suggested donation of £5 towards Breast Cancer Now and Mind.

  • The Bury St Edmunds route will be available on Thursday 18, Friday 19 and Saturday 20 June
  • The Burton Dassett route will be available on Friday 19, Saturday 20 and Sunday 21 June
  • The Canary Wharf route will be available on Saturday 20, Sunday 21 and Monday 22 June


meet the teams

Biehler Krush Pro Cycling

Biehler Krush Pro Cycling is a Dutch UCI team focusing on the development of young riders. It is one of the few UCI teams who have its own development project with an Elite Club team, a junior team and an Under 17 team, creating talents like Wiebes, Vollering and Beekhuis.

Biehler stands for fair and sustainable production of stylish sportswear of the highest possible quality. Done with an eye for details and full of love for the sport. A passionate team goes to extremes in every design and you will notice that. That’s why we proudly say: Good. Better. Biehler.


  • Laura van Regenmortel
  • Marissa Baks
  • Roos Hoogeboom


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Bigla Katusha

Bigla Katusha are a Swiss based pro cycling team that have competed at the world’s top level under various guises since 2005 with many of the sports top names having raced for the team in the world’s biggest races.

Katusha works hard to deliver the next generation of cycling apparel and gear which will strongly enhance and empower riders once facing the elements on their bikes. Classy, highly technical, contemporary designed equipment which sets the true riders apart from the rest. Katusha does not build riders. They empower riders.


  • Lizzy Banks
  • Emma Norsgaard
  • M.vittoria S



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Bizkaia Durango

The Basque based Bizkaia-Durango cycling team first appeared in the UCI Ranking in 2004, and it has kept its status every year since that date. Cyclists such as Joane Somarriba, Emma Johansson, Shara Gillow and Ane Santesteban have raced for Bizkaia-Durango.

The distinctive Bizkaia-Durango kit is produced by the Belgian clothing brand Bioracer. The Bioracer Bodyfit jersey is designed to have all-day comfort but still provide an aero advantage. Completing the pink of the jersey, the light blue is the sign of the Duranguesa cycling society behind the team.


  • Elizabeth Holden
  • Alice Maria Arzuffi
  • Cristina Martinez


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Boels Dolmans Cycling Team

Boels Rental and Dolmans Landscaping Group joined forces in 2012 to support an international women’s cycling team: the Boels-Dolmans Cycling Team. Soon the team started to develop and now the team can call itself the best women’s team in the world.


  • Eva Buurman
  • Jip Van den Bos
  • Katie Hall


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CAMS Tifosi is a unique all-British, UCI women’s team, racing across Europe. CAMS is part of Direct Accident Management, one of the UK’s leading accident management companies. CAMS and the wider group have been helping people been involved in car, motorcycle or cycling accidents since its foundation in 1996.

The CAMS Tifosi kit is produced by Italian clothing brand Ale with a highly distinctive fluro-yellow and red design that stands out in the peloton. Ale’s work with professional riders gives them unparalleled guidance for their product development and help them reach their important goals.


  • Illi Gardner
  • Rebecca Durrell
  • Katie Scott


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Cogeas Mettler Look Pro Cycling

The Russian registered Cogeas Mettler Look Pro Cycling team have been formed with a combination of professional and young riders looking ahead to the 2020 and 2024 Olympic Games with support from Cogeas, a Swiss insurance, real estate and financial company, and Mettler, a Swiss cosmetics company.

The distinctive bright red Cogeas Mettler Look Pro Cycling kit is produced by BL Bicycle Line, a clothing manufacturer with more than 30 years of experience in the sport of cycling following their foundation in 1987 by Gastone Coghetto.



  • Katharina Hechler
  • rider nr 2
  • rider nr 3


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Debuting on the world stage in 2016, Drops founding ethos remains to create a happy and supportive environment where riders can develop and reach their true potential, irrespective of age, experience or status. Widely acknowledged as one of the world’s most successful development programmes of the past four years.

Known for their distinctive jersey designs and a favourite among fans, the 2020 Drops kit is produced by British clothing manufacturer Le Col, who were founded by former professional Yanto Barker, with kit produced in Le Col’s own factory in northern Italy.


  • Jos Lowden
  • Emily Meakin
  • April Tacey


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FDJ Nouvelle Aquitaine Futuroscope 

The FDJ Nouvelle Aquitaine Futuroscope are one of just eight teams at the new top level UCI Women’s WorldTour team status in 2020. The team’s history goes back to 2006 and since 2017 they have shared an identity with the famous men’s FDJ team.

The predominantly white and blue kit, with red highlights, the FDJ Nouvelle Aquitaine Futuroscope is produced by French manufacturer POLI, who have been designing, testing and manufacturing sports clothing for 40 years.


  • Stine Borgli
  • Victorie Guilman
  • Shara Marche



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Great Britain

The Great Britain national cycling team are one of the most decorated in the history of the sport, having won countless World and Olympic titles across many disciplines. All of the great British cyclists, both male and female, have represented Great Britain at the highest level over the years.

The Great Britain jersey is produced by Kalas from their Elite range. The design took collective input from squad members and provided a fresh new look for British Cycling. The jersey is made from functional Spinn fabrics. Lightweight, breathable, with great wicking properties.


  • Jenny Holl
  • Anna Docherty
  • Megan Barker


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Hitec Products Birk Sport

The Hitec Products – Birk Sport team have over a decade of racing experience at the UCI level and are the only Scandinavian team registered at the UCI level. The team are supported by Norwegian company Hitec Products, a world leading supplier of Control Systems, Mechanical Packages and Modules.

Hitec Products – Birk Sport have one of the longest standing kit designs in the peloton with a smart, predominantly light blue design with white and black trim.



  • Vita Heine
  • Mieke Kröger
  • Lucy Van der Haar


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Lotto Soudal Ladies

Established to run alongside the men’s Lotto Soudal team in 2006, the team are backed by the Belgian state lottery and an adhesives manufacturer, running in partnership with the men’s and Under 23 teams of the same name. The Lotto Soudal team usually features the top talents of Belgian cycling.

Using the famous red, white and black colours produced by Vermarc, a company founded by former Pro cyclist Frans Verbeeck. Many top teams and great champions have competed in clothing designed by Vermarc Sport. From these partnerships, Vermarc gains access to the ultimate proving ground for clothing development and technology.


  • Dani Christmas
  • Danique Braam
  • Teuntje Beekhuis


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NXTG Racing

NXTG Racing is a Dutch Under 23 team aiming to provide a bridge between the junior category and the world’s best. The team’s mission is to not lose cycling talent and to #UnlockYourPotential – getting the full potential out of every rider to break through their own glass ceiling.

The NXTG Racing kit is produced by Rogelli Sportswear using the best fabrics with the right functionality. With this we want to contribute to your sporting pleasure, so that you remain motivated for the long term.


  • Rozemarijn Ammerlaan
  • Cathalijne Hoolwerf
  • Britt Knaven
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Rally Cycling

Rally Cycling is an American men’s and women’s professional cycling team with a 14-year track record in the sport. We share the mission of our title partner Rally Health to help people live healthier lives.

Rally Cycling wears custom-made cycling clothing by Pactimo. Bright orange Ascent Aero Mesh jerseys with Rally Health’s “chevron” logo on the back are paired with black Pro Team Raptor bib shorts for all-day comfort.


  • Krista Doebel-Hickok
  • Leigh Ann Ganzar
  • Heidi Franz
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ŠKODA DSI Cycling Academy

The ŠKODA DSI Cycling Academy is a ground-breaking initiative that has given four talented young riders the chance to develop their skills under the mentorship of Dame Sarah Storey after the academy’s foundation in 2019.

The ŠKODA DSI Cycling Academy is in the famous green of ŠKODA and produced by British clothing manufacturer Le Col, who were founded by former professional Yanto Barker, with kit produced in Le Col’s own factory in northern Italy.


  • Megan Dickerson
  • Rebecca Richards
  • Louise Gibson
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Storey Racing

Team riders are nurtured to produce their own best performance and progress through the ranks of women’s cycling, with riders from Youth to Senior and riders targeting paracycling events. The squad personifies the team’s #BestVersionOfYou mentality which seeks to inspire everyone around them to be the best they can be.

Providing the team with their eye catching on the bike clothing for both race and training, Le Col has been established, tested and run by Team GB cyclist and pro Yanto Barker, the Le Col brand and clothing is built on his expertise and experience as a professional cyclist.


  • Dame Sarah Storey
  • Corrine Hall
  • Lucy Gadd
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Team Breeze

Launched in 2016, Team Breeze is British Cycling’s team for female academy riders, giving up-and-coming riders opportunities to race on the track and road to support their development. The team shares a name with the organisation’s Breeze programme, aiming to get one million more women on bikes by 2020.

The stylish Team Breeze jersey is produced by Kalas from their Elite range for British Cycling. The jersey is made from functional Spinn fabrics. Lightweight, breathable, with great wicking properties.


  • Ella Barnwell
  • Amelia Sharpe
  • Anna Shackley
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Team TIBCO Silicon Valley Bank

Team TIBCO-Silicon Valley Bank is the longest running professional women’s cycling team in North America. Founded in 2004 by Linda Jackson, the team’s mission is to help aspiring female cyclists achieve their dreams of becoming top international competitors.

Team TIBCO-Silicon Valley Bank’s kit is produced by california based Voler. Voler uses advanced aerodynamic fabrics made to fit skin-tight with reduced wind resistance and enhanced moisture wicking for improved temperature control during hard, sustained efforts


  • Leah Dixon
  • Lauren Stephens
  • Nina Kessler


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The Trek-Segafredo women’s team is in its second year in the UCI Women’s WorldTour and marks 2020 as one of just eight teams given UCI Women’s WorldTour status. With riders from around the world, they’re directed by a pair of highly experienced former professionals, Ina Teutenberg and Giorgia Bronzini.

Created by Italian brand Santini, the Trek-Segafredo kit has become one of the favourites in the peloton, helped by the fact it is worn by top names across the women’s and men’s competitions. Made with Microsense fabric, an extra-breathable material that’s ideal for your hardest rides on the hottest days.


  • Ruth Winder
  • Tayler Wiles
  • Abi Van Twisk
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