Helen Wyman

She is the queen of british cyclocross. Helen Wyman a woman with a charming smile and a typical british affinity for humor is the most successful cyclocross racer of her country.
Helen Wyman

Born 1982 in St. Albans, Hertforshire, Wyman grew up in Norfolk where she started racing at the age of 14. During her studies to become a physiotherapist the limited time resources forced her into a decision which had a crucial effect on the path of her career. Wyman began to specialize as a cyclocross racer, and as first successes showed up, she fancied her decision more and more. After two years of working as a physiotherapist at a hospital in Preston, Wyman put up the decision to make the final step, becoming a professional bike racer.

Helen Wyman

Demanding and muddy races – Helen Wyman prefers this type

Nowadays Helen Wyman is not only successful as a rider, but engages herself in the progressive professionalisation of women’s cycling. Beeing a member in the UCI cyclocross committee Wyman fights for equal opportunity of women’s cycling and for improved possibilities of development for younger riders. She was one of the main initiators of the women U23 category races at world and continental championships.

Ein starkes Team ist alles

A winning team – Helen and Stefen Wyman

But Wyman engages herself in support for younger female riders personally as well. Her newest project “Next Wyman” is an attempt to build a team which aims to easy up the step into top sport for the up and coming women. Her first protege, Amira Mellor starts racing in the colours of “Next-Wyman” in mayor events beginning in September.

After living in the heartland of cyclocross in Belgium, Helen Wyman and her husband Stefen moved to southern France. Here nearby the french-spanish border Wyman runs a cycling center,  where cyclists can learn about cyclocross, training or just do some touring in southern France.
Helen Wyman


Palmares (partial):

  • 9 * British champion cyclocross (2006-2012, 2014, 2015)
  • 2 * European chamion cyclocross (2012, 2013)
  • 1 * Bronze medal UCI Cyclocross World Championships (2014)
  • 2 * Bronze medal UEC European Championships Cyclocross (2009, 2010)
  • 3 * Winnner Koppenbergcross (2010, 2012, 2013)
  • 3 * Winner Charm City Cross (2011- 2014)
  • 2 * Winner Rochester Cross (2011, 2012)
  • 2 * Winner GP Gloucester Cross (2011, 2012)
  • 1 * Winner Jaarmarktcross Niel (2010)
  • 1 * Winner Superprestige Rudervoorde (2011)
  • 1 * Winner Superprestige Spa – Francorchamps (2015)
  • 1 * Winner Flandriencross – Hamme (2015)