Helen Wyman

Helen Wyman Goes 2nd at UCI C1 CX in Hoogstraten, Belgium

Kona’s Helen Wyman steps on to the podium at the UCI C1 cyclocross race in Hoogstraten, Belgium.

Kona’s Amira Mellor 2nd at UK CX Nationals, Selected for UK Worlds Team Along with Helen Wyman

Kona riders Amira Mellor and Helen Wyman have both been selected to represent the UK at the UCI

It’s Time for Cyclocross

Meet the Team It’s time. It’s time to dust off the cowbells and stretch the heckle muscles. It’s time for the air to smell of fresh glue on tires, to feel fresh bar wrap in your hands and to stare at a perfectly clean bike

Vote for Helen Wyman to win at the WOMEN’S SPORT TRUST

“My goals were to equalize the prize money for elite men and women, develop an U23 women’s category and filter through all those rules to make essential changes for the good of the sport. I also want to ensure that all professional racers have clear,

Meet the 2016 Kona Team

The 2016 Kona Endurance Team The 2016 Kona Endurance Team is assembled and ready for action! Bringing on the young talent of Canadian Rhys Verner, the veteran squad of Spencer Paxson, Kris Sneddon, Cory Wallace, Barry Wicks and Helen Wyman is ready to hit the

Helen Wyman reports on the 2016 World Cyclocross Champs (and on mechanical doping)

Wow, that was an incredibly exciting weekend of bike racing at the world championships in Zolder. I’m pretty sure every event had incredible heart stopping moments although not all for the right reasons. For me it was never going to be my world championships; it

Stairway to Hell: Helen Wyman reports from Ruchpen and Hoogerheide

It was my first time racing Ruchpen, a small town around 30km’s north east of Hoogerheide where we would race the World Cup the following day. I love racing in Holland and to be honest have been pretty disappointed there are so few races there

Helen Wyman reports from the World Cup in Lignières-en-Berry

It was off to France this weekend for a rare trip outside of Benelux this season for the penultimate World Cup in Lignières-en-Berry.  Based at the Hippodrome, the course was pretty simple.  Long straights, well you could say looooonnnnggggg straights, then some fiddly bits (Not

Helen Wyman reports from the UK National Cyclocross Champs

I haven’t got too much to say about the nationals that isn’t obvious. I rode a good race, on an excellent course and a mechanical with 500 metres to go cost me a stripy jersey. Pretty gutted having seemingly done the hard work but I

Helen Wyman Closes out the Kerstperiode in Style

My final two races of the heavy Kerstperiode schedule were back-to-back races in Belgium and Holland. The penultimate BPost Bank series in Baal is always a tough affair. On the side of hill and always muddy even with the slightest of rain, there is the

Zolder to Loenhout: Helen Wyman’s Holiday Weekend

The second part of the “kerstperiode” is complete. If I’m totally honest, it’s not been one to remember. It started with the World Cup in Zolder, where I got a great start, only to be hit with a wrestling move on the first corner by

Helen Wyman finishes second in BPost Bank Trophy race in Antwerp

A weekend of two halves started in Antwerp with a sandy race that forms part of the important  series. Right on the side of the Schelde canal this race isn’t something that normally gets put in the box of my ideal skill set but having