Women's Tour: Marianne Vos says Britain is 'crazy about cycling'
World and Olympic road-race champion Marianne Vos says Great Britain is "crazy about cycling" as she prepares to race in the UK once again.
The Dutch rider, who beat Lizzie Armitstead to Olympic gold at London 2012, will compete in the Women's Tour from 7-11 May.
Vos says the cycling world now sees the importance of women's racing, and expects 2014 to be a "fantastic year" for the sport.
BBC Sport's David McDaid reports.
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