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Features French shooting star Pauline Ferrand-Prevot. Pauline is the current Junior Mountain Bike XC AND Road Racing World Champion. Her Time-Trailing and Cyclo-Cross results are top notch too. It seems no matter what bike you give Pauline, she will go and race it faster than her peers! She's fully dedicated even off the bike and in front of our Cameras, but don't wait...watch for yourself.
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THE 2012 CYCLEPASSION STARS:
Maja Wloszczowska (PL) - CCC - MTB
Katherine O'Shea (AUS) - Torque - MTB
Liz Hatch (USA) - Lotto Ladies Team - Road
Veronica Andreasson (Sweden) - Lotto Ladies Team - Road
Pauline Ferrand-Prevot - (France) Lapiere - Road/MTB
Marion Rousse - (France) Futuroscope - Road
Hanna Klein - (Germany) Rothaus/Poison - MTB
Photos by Daniel Geiger:
Titles and FX by Fabian Oelkers
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 dedicated cycling production company for cycling related DVDs, how-to cycling guides, bicycle documentaries, L'Etape du Tour, Gran Fondo recon films, promotional videos and bicycle industry news coverage. Don't Dream it, Do it - Cyclefilm Founder/Director Markus Neuert