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Get to know: Audrey Cordon-Ragot (France)

France’s Audrey Cordon-Ragot (Hitec Products) is one of the eight new signings for the Wiggle Honda Pro Cycling team for the 2015 season. The 25-year-old is part of the new generation of French riders that is rising to the top of women’s cycling. She had a stellar road season with 3 UCI wins including the GP Plumelec, and stage wins in the Tour de Bretagne and Route de France. Next to that she was second overall in the Tour de Bretagne, second in the French National Championship tim trial, third in the Omloop van het Hageland and played a crucial role in the World Championship victory of compatriot Pauline Ferrand-Prevot in Ponferrada, Spain, in September. It is this kind of selfless devotion to her teammates that will make Audrey an indispensable member of Wiggle Honda Pro Cycling in 2015.

After Audrey returned to her home in La Ferriere (Bretagne), France we have asked her a few questions to get to know her a little bit better.


We will publish a full feature story with her in the next couple of weeks, but here is a short intro:

Biggest Cycling Result: 15th in the Olympic Games 2012, Individual Time Trial

Happiest Cycling Memory: The finish of the Grand Prix de Plumelec in 2014, with Elisa [Longo Borghini, who will also be riding with Wiggle Honda Pro Cycling next year], hand in hand.

Favourite Race: Classics in General

Why Wiggle Honda: I love the way they want to develop women’s cycling and to stay with my good friends Elisa and Chloe [Hosking].

What team will be the hardest to beat: Rabobank-LIV

Most exciting Wiggle Honda product: The Colnago bike

Loves: French Gastronomy, travelling, animals.


Hates: The injustice, wickedness and people who always complain.

Favourite Pre-race meal: BIG “French” BREAKFAST.

Favourite Post race meal: Italian Risotto and Elisa’s Mum Tiramisu.

Goals for next season: Improving myself in the big mountains, hoping to compete for the win in some classics and I hope that I won’t be second again for the 4th time in the ITT National Championship.

If you could win 4 races next year, what would they be?
– Tour of Flanders
– National Championship ITT
– National Championship RR
– World Championship TTT


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