Salt Lake City, Utah—November 26, 2013—After a successful first season of racing, DNA Cycling p/b K4 is excited to announce a talented roster and expanded racing program for 2014.
In keeping with the team’s commitment to developing women’s cycling, DNA Cycling includes a mix of elite-level and up-and-coming riders. For 2014, DNA Cycling p/b K4 will race with fifteen riders.
Returning riders include: Megan Cloward (Draper, UT), Catherine Fegan-Kim (Salt Lake City, UT), Kemille Garvin (Kaysville, UT), Keri Gibson (Pleasant View, UT), Megan Hill (Saratoga Springs, UT), Mikayla Lyman (Boise, ID), Breanne Nalder (Salt Lake City, UT), Chantel Olsen (Salt Lake City, UT), Anne Perry (Salt Lake City, UT), and Kelsey Withrow (Park City, UT).
New to the team are: Sarah Barber (Boise, ID), Lauren DeCrescenzo (Boulder, CO), Heather Fischer (Boulder, CO), Tina Pic (Salt Lake City, UT), and Amy Thornquist (Reno, NV).
“The 2013 season was a phenomenal journey that defied all expectations with a team that adapted to every adversity,” said team founder Garvin. “This year’s roster is bringing more incredible talent and wisdom. I can’t wait to see what this amazing assembly of women will do.”
During its first season of racing, DNA Cycling p/b K4 scored numerous podium finishes in regional and masters races. The team was especially excited to see Perry win her category in the masters national road race for the second year in a row. Perry also won the UCI masters world championship in Italy.
Pic, the 2009 national criterium champion, joins DNA Cycling p/b K4 in 2014. The experienced Pic will take on a dual role as a rider and team director. Pic’s list of accomplishments in cycling is lengthy, including multiple national criterium championships and NRC championship titles, as well as two gold medals at the Pan American road race championships.