Unisex Bike or Die

I was introduced to bicycle companies making “women’s” bikes in 2008. I remember this vividly because I was hired at…

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Sex, gender, and inclusion

On October 13, 2018 Rachel McKinnon’s title winning ride in the match sprint event at Masters Track Cycling Worlds made…

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The True Cost of Keeping Women’s Cycling Invisible

“Representation in the fictional world signifies social existence; absence means symbolic annihilation.” – Gerbner & Gross Whenever the topic of…

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Perpetuating Raunch Culture in Sport

“If Male Chauvinist Pigs were men who regarded women as pieces of meat, we would outdo them and be Female…

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