"When Dan and I interviewed British CX star Helen Wyman for our podcast, she told why she thinks the future of women’s cyclocross is in the USA – so it seemed appropriate that this instalment of my Social Media series had a look at the USA cyclocross riders. I’ll tell you about some of the riders and how to follow them – and then at the end I’ll give you links to how to follow the USA CX scene. I’ve already talked about Katie Compton in my previous CX social media post, but as always, if you know people or links I’ve forgotten, add them to the comments, or let me know on twitter – and don’t forget to click through to the riders’ and team pages, and click on all their sponsors, to do your bit to help women’s cycling!"
Celebrating social media – part 11 – Cyclocross in the USA « Unofficial Unsanctioned Women’s UCI Cycling Blog
Click through to find out more!
"“The state of women’s racing right now is definitely getting better for us, so hopefully that will continue,” said Gould, who added that although she enjoys being a role model for young girls, she really gets a kick out of inspiring her young male fans. “It’s been really cool for me, being able to be a role model for little boys. When there are little boys who send me an email or send me a picture they drew, to me that is so awesome because that’s just one more step in changing that gender equity in general.”"
Women’s Cycling Moving In Right Direction, Says Gould | Cyclingnews.com
Really interesting interview with Georgia Gould on the recent UCI Athletes’ Commission, including more details of what the cyclists recommended.
Click through and read it, it’s got a lot of good stuff there - and cross your fingers the UCI choose to listen and act on it all
"Despite cycling’s negative press I can tell you with 100% certainty you Can win the World Champs, World Cup Overalls and World Cups clean"
Twitter / Catharine Pendrel
and she should know…