Science, Bikes, Bunnies. In no particular order.
I originated as a triathlete in 2010 and have competed in many national championships and the 2013 ITU age group world championships in London, England. I really enjoy pedaling bicycles fast, but also enjoy playing in the dirt, which at times requires less speed and more skill.
2013 was my first season racing bikes, and I jumped in to CX headfirst (literally…), quickly moving into the elite field and getting picked up by a development team. My first season finished up with a 4th at D2 Collegiate Nationals and 50th in the elite race (I finished on the lead lap. Against Katie Compton. That’s a thing.)
My 2014 was stellar, and ended up far beyond expectation. My season highlights started with getting my first UCI point, progressed to consistently finishing top 10 and even getting into the top 5 at C2 events. It culminated with finishing 15th at elite nationals.
In the 2015-2016 season, I rode for the Amy D Foundation and had a very consistent season of success, adding up to a 6th place finish at Elite Nationals.
In 2016-2017 I was again with the Amy D Foundation riding with the Stan’s NoTubes Elite team.
In 2017-2018 I took over management of the Stan’s NoTubes team and it became the Stan’s NoTubes p/b Maxxis cyclocross team.
Go Becca! A fellow Fahringer, cyclist, and geologist!