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How boring would life be without a bit of 'over-the-top(less)ness' from time to time! See the revealing story behind the Calendar. The Cyclepassion crew has given us exclusive access to their photo shoots to produce a documentary DVD about the elite women cyclists of Cyclepassion 2011. The first shoot was with Willow Koerber and Heather Irmiger of the Subaru/Trek MTB Team after the Offenburg UCI World Cup.
The 2011 Cyclepassion Athletes:
Willow Koerber (USA) - Trek/Subaru - MTB
Heather Irmiger (USA) - Trek/Subaru - MTB
Liz Hatch (USA) - Lotto Ladies Team - Road
Veronica Andreasson (Sweden) - Lotto Ladies Team - Road
Julie Krasniak - (France) Look - Road
Fabienne Heinzmann - (Switzerland) BMC - MTB
Mona Eiberweiser (Germany) - CentralPro - MTB
Hanka Kupfernagel (Germany) Road/Cross
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About Cyclepassion: http://cyclepassion.com
Cyclepassion is a sensual bike calendar featuring elite female cycling athletes from around the world since 2006.
About Cyclefilm: http://cyclefilm.com
Cyclefilm is a sport production company and new media agency dedicated to cycling. Cyclefilm produces DVDs, documentaries, promotional films and commercials for cycling fans and businesses around the world.