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  • Licensed Female
  • $35per year
  • For women who hold a cycling license from their governing body
  • Voting rights
  • Quarterly newsletter
  • Support our efforts to build the future of women’s cycling!
  • Supporter
  • $35per year
  • For women and men who support women’s cycling
  • Up-to-date results of Association referendums
  • Quarterly newsletter
  • Support our efforts to build the future of women’s cycling!

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The Women’s Cycling Association is offering both individual and corporate memberships. Whether you are a woman in the peloton or a supporter of women who ride bikes, you can help us as we embark on this journey to build a future for women’s cycling.

What We've Done

In a few short months, we have been able to begin collaborating with USA Cycling, Le Tour Entier, the Women’s Sports Foundation, and other supporters of women’s cycling to grow the sport. We are working with governing bodies, grassroots programs, and riders to grow the sport.

Grow With Us

As the WCA grows, so will your benefits! We look forward to being able to offer mentorship, a rider handbook, media training, and rider development support for riders. Members can look forward to invitations to member-only events and exclusive discounts and deals from our sponsors.

What We’ve Done So Far

December 15, 2013

 Over 300 cyclists ride with the Women’s Cycling Association at the WCA Bay Area Open Group Ride, led by five professional female racers. Many travel from as far away as Sacramento to support women’s cycling and to learn more about the WCA.

November 16, 2013

The WCA teams up with the US Bicyling Hall of Fame to host an “Establishing Equity in Women’s Cycling” Forum and membership drive kick off prior to the 2013 U.S. Bicycling Hall of Fame Inductee Ceremonies in Davis, CA.

November 9, 2013

2013 WCA Board Members Robin Farina, Janel Holcomb, Laura Van Gilder, and Lauren Komanski make a presentation at the USA Cycling Summit in Winston-Salem, NC, to introduce the WCA to USA Cycling, Race Promoters, and Race Directors—and begin conversations on how the WCA can work together with these entities to move the sport of women’s cycling forward.

October 16, 2013

WCA Board Member Lauren Komanski attends the Women’s Sports Foundation 34th Annual Salute to Women to introduce the Women’s Sports Foundation to the new association.

October 10, 2013

WCA President Robin Farina secures a spot for the WCA on the 2013 USAC Summit agenda to introduce the WCA to Race Promoters.

September 27, 2013

The WCA sends a letter to the Bicycle Racing Association of Colorado (BRAC) on behalf of Elite Women’s Cyclocross urging BRAC to consider a more favorable racing time for the Women’s Pro/Open category.

September 24 -25, 2013

WCA President Robin Farina attends InterBike 2013 on behalf of the WCA to establish relationships with key partners in the cycling industry including Women Bike, a division of the League of America Bicyclists.

September 19, 2013

The WCA begins collaboration with RaceVista, a new cycling visual media site, to showcase women cyclists on their athlete profile and featured race pages.

September 12 , 2013

The WCA supports the Le Tour Entier effort by circulating info on the manifesto and spreading awareness of the campaign across traditional and social media, as well as with key celebs.

August 24, 2013

Launch of the Women’s Cycling Association.

July 24, 2013

First official WCA Officer’s Meeting.

June 2, 2013

Meeting with cyclists to discuss feasibility of an organization to support female riders and their growth of the sport (the Women’s Cycling Association).

May 25, 2013

Robin Farina and Janel Holcomb meet to discuss the idea of an organization to support pro women cyclists.

USAC summit group

Pro women Janel Holcomb, Lauren Komanski, Robin Farina, Laura Van Gilder, and junior racer Ashlyn Woods of the WCA at the USA Cycling Annual Summit


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Corporate Membership

Click here to read more about different levels of corporate membership. If your company or organization would like to partner with us, please contact us by email or give us a call at 404-290-1929.