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Lizzie Deignan | Paris Roubaix Femmes | 2nd Edition

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Large (59.4cm x 41.9cm)
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2nd Limited Edition: Numbers 251-100

October 2021: Lizzie Deignan wins the first ever Paris - Roubaix Femmes, riding solo for over 80km. A truly historic ride in every sense.

The world had waited for over 100 years for the first women's Roubaix and it did not disappoint. Wet, muddy, brutal - the ultimate test in the greatest classic of them all.

Reflecting on her victory Deignan dedicated it to every woman previously denied the chance to race over the brutal Roubaix pavé.

"I raced today with the power of generations of women who were denied the opportunity to battle for this monument & with my daughter in my heart who I hope will never face the same barriers they had to."

This is a special, numbered limited-edition of 250 released to celebrate Deignan's victory, with profits going to two very important causes related to women's cycling:

• 50% of the profits will go to the Rayner Foundation, to help them support emerging British women riders as they start their racing careers on the continent.

• 50% will go to the CyclingTips / MTB Afghanistan appeal to raise funds to evacuate female cyclists from Afghanistan.

This print has been released with the kind support and approval of Lizzie Deignan.

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2nd Limited Edition: Numbers 251-100

October 2021: Lizzie Deignan wins the first ever Paris - Roubaix Femmes, riding solo for over 80km. A truly historic ride in every sense.

The world had waited for over 100 years for the first women's Roubaix and it did not disappoint. Wet, muddy, brutal - the ultimate test in the greatest classic of them all.

Reflecting on her victory Deignan dedicated it to every woman previously denied the chance to race over the brutal Roubaix pavé.

"I raced today with the power of generations of women who were denied the opportunity to battle for this monument & with my daughter in my heart who I hope will never face the same barriers they had to."

This is a special, numbered limited-edition of 250 released to celebrate Deignan's victory, with profits going to two very important causes related to women's cycling:

• 50% of the profits will go to the Rayner Foundation, to help them support emerging British women riders as they start their racing careers on the continent.

• 50% will go to the CyclingTips / MTB Afghanistan appeal to raise funds to evacuate female cyclists from Afghanistan.

This print has been released with the kind support and approval of Lizzie Deignan.