Michelle Hancock is an athlete willing to try every discipline of cycling to really explore the different physical and mental challenges this sport offers. Read about her experience last season trying out cyclocross. When I joined the Naked Women’s club team in 2013, I was introduced to the sport of cyclocross. It reminded me a little of running cross country. Cyclocross looked really fun, and I knew I wanted to give it a shot. So, I bought a bike and watched a bunch of YouTube videos. In 2014, I did three races of the Back to Basics cyclocross Wednesday night series. When the series ended, I left my new bike in the garage, riding it occasionally here and there. In 2016, I decided to dust off my bike and really give cyclocross a try. Even though I really wanted to do it, this sport was out of my comfort zone. I was afraid of falling and afraid of getting hurt. At the Back to Basic Series, they had... Read More
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A Colorado Women’s Cycling Project, Naked Women’s Racing was founded November, 2010 by three competitive cyclists passionate about women’s racing and simply getting more women on bikes. The team has grown to include 100+ women in all categories of competitive cycling. The team competes in cyclocross, mountain biking, road and track. In 2012, the team incorporated a club to foster women who are cycling enthusiasts and thinking of trying out racing. Though we support the beginning racer, we’ve won several state and national team and individual titles. Drink Naked. Ride Naked!
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