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Category: Women


Meet Riley

NWCCC racer Riley Marshall rode 1900 miles this summer from Canada to Mexico. On her Instagram, @rileyandritagobiking, she documented all of her adventures. Writing to her dinosaur friend back home, Stella, throughout the journey, Riley gave insight into the mind of a cyclist and traveler experiencing the ride of life. Name: Riley Marshall Hometown: Carbondale,…
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Meet Molly

“To me women’s racing is an amazing display of endurance and perseverance.” ​Name: Molly Blust Hometown: Sisters, OR School/Grad Year: Whitman College, 2013 ​ Years you raced in the NWCCC: 4 (2009-2013) What are you doing now? I am just finishing up my Masters in Public Health in Epidemiology from Emory University’s Rollins School of…
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Women of the NWCCC – Meet Arianna

What to do with a Bachelor’s Degree? Bike a thousand miles away from your home, obviously. NWCCC racer Arianna Hall just spent a month riding her bike along the Pacific Coast from Corvallis, Oregon to San Fransisco, California. Check out her blog Chasing Something Beautiful to read all about it! Collegiate Team: Oregon State University School/Grad year: First Year…
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Why We Ride

Why do we spend hours training? Why do we push ourselves in a final sprint? Why do we allow the cold rain pound on our backs, the hot sun to beat on our faces as we keep on pedaling? Why do we go over mountains and into valleys all for the sake of a bike?…
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