In 2021, women got to ride Paris-Roubaix for the very first time. The race, dubbed “Paris-Roubaix Femmes” was a historic moment in the world of women’s professional cycling. It came 125 years after the first men’s race.
In this video from Trek, we get to see Lizzie Deignan win the race, but also win ground for women in sport. Guaranteed to give you goosebumps, tears, or both.
For more information about the history of women’s cycling, listen to our podcast interview with Hannah Ross, author of Revolutions: How Women Changed The World On Two Wheels.