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The Women’s Cycling Association supports the growth of Women’s Cycling worldwide by advancing policies with governing bodies and creating opportunities to develop new riders and grow the sport.

In December, 2014, the Women’s Cycling Association (WCA) accelerated its global march toward equality in Women’s Professional Cycling with the addition of Olympians and World Class Athletes to its Board of Directors, to lend a strong voice to the fight for equality in women’s pro cycling. The WCA also enlisted the counsel and expertise of Dr. Donna Lopiano, one of the most influential and powerful advocates for gender equality in sports. With her assistance, the WCA formulated a new Three Year Global Strategic Plan and restructured the organization to form a powerful team of the top women pro cyclists from all disciplines.

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Learn more about Dr. Donna Lopiano and The WCA Three Year Global Strategic Plan

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WCA Board of Directors

Meet the 2015 WCA Board
Meet the 2015 WCA Board
Meet the new 2015 WCA Board of Directors including 2014 Dutch National Road Race Champion and new WCA Board of Director member, Iris Slappendel.

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Mission and Vision

The Mission of the Women’s Cycling Association is to develop, maintain, and support a network of women cyclists and supporters of women’s cycling. The WCA will work to advance the interests of women cyclists by developing and advancing policies with governing bodies and engaging in media outreach.
Our Vision is to create the opportunity for professional women cyclists to have a career path with recognition, financial security and advancement, while supporting women cyclists worldwide, and showcasing grassroots programs in order to develop new riders and grow the sport.