To celebrate International Women's Month, we are running a series of articles about our awesome women racers, coaches, race directors, and officials. Our next profile is on famous cyclist and coach, Alison Powers.We are all very fortunate to count Alison as one of our Colorado riers. She had this to say about cycling in Colorado:
What do you enjoy most about cycling? It's fun! It gets you outside to see pretty scenery, you can ride with friends and family of almost any age, and you can work as hard or as easily as you want to.
How did you get into cycling? When I was young, my parents would go mountain biking in Winter Park. I didn't really have a choice as to whether I went or not. While it took a while to really enjoy mountain biking, once I did, I was hooked. After a ski racing injury, I found road riding and enjoyed it even more.
What is special about Colorado cycling? The mountains. The big mountain scenery, the big mountain rides, the opportunity to have an epic road ride one day and a mountain bike adventure the next.
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