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Naked Women Take Pro 1,2 RMRC Victory; Cat 4’s Hold on to Second

DENVER, Colo (September 27, 2012) – Naked Women’s Racing powered by TriBella’s Category Pro, 1, 2 women took first in the 2012 Rocky Mountain Road Cup (RMRC) team competition for the Bicycle Racing Association of Colorado (BRAC). The RMRC competition is designed to be a season long points competition for BRAC member clubs and individual racers. Racers compete for jerseys, medals, plaques and bragging rights. The standings are based on the top three finishers from each team at selected Gold, Silver and Bronze races throughout the road season from March through September. To view complete results, visit

“We started the season with this goal in mind,” said one of the three team founders Joan Orgeldinger. “We knew we had a shot this year so we gave it everything we had, competing in nearly every single race in Colorado. We couldn’t be more proud of each and every teammate.”

Naked’s Pro,1,2 squad consists of Susan Adamkovics, Ingrid Alongi, Marisa Asplund, Vera Divenyi, Joan Orgeldinger, Renee Schroeder, Rachel Scott, Roberta Smith, and Kimberley Turner. Each woman contributed to the team victory.

Naked’s Category 4 squad also fought a very close competition and managed to hold on to second place in the RMRC cup, with only 53 points separating first place Team Primal Racing.The Cat 4 squad consists of Amanda Bye, Amanda Cyr, Megan DiBiase, Barb Parnell, and Maya Thomas-Wachterman. Sharon Madison earned many points for the Cat 4 squad until she was given a mandatory upgrade to Cat 3. She and Kat Garner held onto a 5th place podium spot among the very competitive Category 3 RMRC competition.

About Naked Women’s Racing powered by TriBella
Naked Women’s Racing was founded in November 2010 by three competitive cyclists passionate about women’s racing. The team has grown to include 25 women in all categories of competitive cycling with a primary focus on road cycling. The team also competes in track, cyclocross, and mountain biking with national and state champions in each discipline. In 2012, the team incorporated a club to foster women who are cycling enthusiasts and thinking of trying out racing. The group of dedicated women athletes share a commitment to a healthy lifestyle through cycling as well as helping the Colorado community. Our goals are to encourage women to engage in a healthy lifestyle through the friendship, teamwork and fun that cycling offers; to assist in our community through our Ride for Reading service; to help others get to the next level through hard training and racing.; to increase the visability of our generous sponsors through participating in races, paid charity and team group rides while expecting our members to participate in social networking to provide positive support of our sponsors; and to be conscientious of our personal character on and off the bike so we can continue to promote the sport and our sponsors in a positive light while remaining “drama-free.”