The WCA seeks to unify and represent women cyclists and advocate on their behalf: to sporting governing bodies, race organizers, and team management. We are lobbying for equal rights for women cyclists, reviewing existing policies and advocating for changes.

Women's field on Water Street. ©2014 Photo courtesy Greg Descantes

Women’s field on Water Street. ©2014 Photo courtesy Greg Descantes

Women’s Cycling FAQ
The WCA is seeking to identify and shatter many of the myths holding back the development of women’s cycling. We have developed a list of  Women’s Cycling Frequently Asked Questions ranging from topics on minimum salaries to media exposure in Women’s Pro Cycling.

WCA Issue/Concern Form
Do you have a question, issue, policy change, or suggestion you would like the WCA to address? We want to hear from you! Complete the WCA Issue/Concern Form. A WCA representative will be in touch with you to discuss your concerns and how the WCA can best address the issue.

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WCA Response to the January 2015 article, “Women’s movement: The slow march toward equality”, by Matthew Beaudin.

“The March Toward Equality Doesn’t Have To Be Slow!”
By: Janel Holcomb and Robin Farina
In his January 2015 VeloNews article, “Women’s movement: The slow march toward equality,” Matthew Beaudin characterized the women’s cycling movement as “filled with potential, largely unrealized,” heavily supporting the “We can’t change the sport overnight” position of UCI president Brian Cookson. Therein lies the problem — the attitude of “we can’t” versus “we will”. more….