Get to Know the Women of American Cycling

  
  


USA Cycling and the female members of its sport committees have interviewed women who compete, work and help support competitive cycling in America. Get to know their stories, how they became involved in the sport, and what advice they have for other women who want to be involved in bike racing, both on and off the bike.

Discover more info and resources on women's cycling here.

 

Elite Cyclists

New Riders

Coaches

  • Coach and Racer Joy McCullochA coach and elite cyclist, McCulloch offers some solid advice for women looking to reach their potential in bike racing.

Masters Riders

  • Masters Racer Kim Wik — With her sights set on a masters national championship, Wik loves how cycling provides goals and challenges for her to pursue.
  • Masters Racer Mitzi SilberAt 52 years old, Silber raced her first road race. She shows strength, perseverance and a down-to-earth attitude that makes it clear that anyone can race a bike — and enjoy it!

 

2013 Giro Rosa Interviews

Prior to sending a women's team to the 2013 Giro Rosa, which was won by Mara Abbott, USA Cycling gathered the riders at a training camp in Boulder, Colorado. Check out the YouTube playlist below to watch the riders interview each other about racing, life off the bike, and a few hidden talents.

 



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