Alice Barnes United Kingdom

After holding the British national champion stripes for two consecutive seasons, Alice Barnes will be back in team colours for 2022 for her fifth season with CANYON//SRAM Racing.

Alice stated her aim for 2021 was to be stepping on the podium more and that she did. Alice won a stage of the Setmana Valenciana and was on to the podium another five times with four of those in Women’s World Tour races.

“I had a good end to the season last year at Ronde van Drenthe with the team fighting hard for our goals and myself winning the queen of the mountain jersey. I’d like to keep improving on the results from this year and I’m motivated to stand more times on the very top step with the team.”

Palmares

2022

  • Winner points classification, Bloeizone Fryslan
  • 5th general classification, Bloeizone Fryslan
  • 7th place, Le Samyn des Dames
  • 6th place, Ronde van Drenthe, WWT
  • 8th place, Exterioo Classic Brugge – De Panne, WWT
  • Best British Rider stage, RideLondon Classique, WWT
  • 11th place stage, RideLondon Classique, WWT
  • 5th place stage, Women’s Tour, WWT
  • 7th place, British national road race championship
  • 1st place stage – Setmana Ciclista Valenciana
  • 2nd stage – Vuelta a Burgos, WWT
  • 2nd stage – Healthy Ageing Tour
  • 3rd stage – Ladies Tour of Norway, WWT
  • 4th place stage – Lotto Belgium Tour
  • 5th place prologue – Lotto Belgium Tour
  • 7th place prologue – Baloise Ladies Tour
  • 8th general classification – Healthy Ageing Tour
  • 8th place – Oxyclean Classic Brugge – De Panne, WWT
  • 9th ITT stage – Simac Ladies Tour, WWT
  • 2nd place stage – Simac Ladies Tour, WWT
  • 4th place stage – AJ Bell Women’s Tour, WWT
  • 8th place stage – AJ Bell Women’s Tour, WWT
  • 10th place stage – AJ Bell Women’s Tour, WWT
  • Winner Best British rider – AJ Bell Women’s Tour, WWT
  • Winner mountain classification – Ronde van Drenthe, WWT
  • 4th place British national ITT championships
  • 10th place British national road championships
  • 6th place – Driedaagse Brugge – De Panne, WWT
  • 5th stage – Ceratizit Challenge by La Vuelta, WWT
  • 8th ITT stage – Ceratizit Challenge by La Vuelta, WWT
  • 9th general classification – Ceratizit Challenge by La Vuelta, WWT
  • 3rd youth classification – Ceratizit Challenge by La Vuelta, WWT
  • 2nd stage – Tour de l’Ardéche
  • 4th stage – Tour de l’Ardéche
  • Retains title as British road and ITT national champion
  • 2nd place – Vuelta CV Féminas
  • 5th general classification – Healthy Ageing Tour
  • 5th ITT stage – Lotto Thüringen Ladies Tour
  • 1st place – British national road championship
  • 1st place British ITT national championship
  • 5th place – European Road Championships
  • 2nd stage – Ladies Tour of Norway, WWT
  • 5th Stage – Ladies Tour of Norway, WWT
  • Gold medal – UCI Team Time Trial World Championships in Innsbruck
  • 2nd stage – Healthy Ageing Tour
  • 3rd TTT stage – Healthy Ageing Tour
  • 3rd stage – Tour de Yorkshire
  • Winner stage – Lotto Thüringen Ladies Tour
  • Silver medal – British national ITT championship
  • Winner stage – BeNe Ladies Tour
  • 2nd general classification – BeNe Ladies Tour
  • 6th general classification – OVO Energy Women’s Tour
  • Bronze medal – European championships road race
  • 4th place – Tour de Yorkshire
  • Silver medal – British national road championship
  • 2nd youth classification – International Lotto Thüringen Ladies Tour
  • Silver medal – British national road championship

2022

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With fifteen riders from eleven different countries, CANYON//SRAM Racing is the home of a diverse group of highly ambitious women who are willing to invest in their future and the future of cycling by breaking new grounds and constantly challenging themselves and their competitors.

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