a) To heal up from my injury & start competing in road races next season
b) To get more women & girls into competitive cycling , as it’s a wonderful outlet for growth, development, goals-setting, community, and competition. And women’s races are really fun to watch too.
c) To get more women & girls riding bikes in general. Cycling is good for physical health, mental health, environmental health, public health, and community-building. And best of all, once you have a basic bike & helmet, #outdoorsisfree