Kim Fairley has always been a runner so racing bikes and the strategy involved was something she needed to learn in her first year of racing. Luckily, she figured out that races aren’t always won by the strongest rider but by the one who conserves energy and plays it smart. Since I was 4, I ran! I hated long jump,... Read More
Kim Fairley has had quite the year as she moved here from Europe. Through it all she has found the importance of sport in her life. About one year ago I crossed the Atlantic Ocean, settled in Boulder for a research position at the University of Colorado Boulder, and found myself…. Quite alone. In the Netherlands, where I’m from, I’d... Read More
If you have a love for crit racing, like Angie Carey does, then you should consider racing Gateway cup next year. Read her recap of the experience in the below post. If you have a love for crit racing like I do, you are going to want to mark your calendars next year for this awesome race! What’s Gateway... Read More
In this post Angie Carey reminds us about some common courtesy that we sometimes forgot to do but makes all the difference in the world. “On Your Left”! Too often than not I am passed by a fellow cyclist who is cruising at a nice speed and catches me off guard, no hi, no on your left, nada. Okay, I... 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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