Full Member What we offer An association in which we work together to improve the careers of female pro cyclists and the economy of women’s pro cycling. Representation and influence in the UCI Road Commission, the Women’s World Tour Commission and the national federations. Representation to race organizers. Standard contracts…More detail →
The Cyclists’ Alliance represents the competitive, economic, and personal interests of all professional women cyclists.
We aim to:
- improve your career and economic opportunities;
- advocate for fairness and equality in your treatment;
- provide assistance in resolving all types of disputes;
- provide unconditional support to you both during and after your pro cycling career; and,
- elevate the appeal and popularity of professional women’s cycling.
The Cyclists’ Alliance is proud to announce the arbitration victory of our member, Alison Jackson, in a dispute with her former team BePink. While the exact details of the judgment are sealed because of arbitration rules in Italy, Alison was able to recover lost salary and defend herself from counter-claims by the team.
The Cyclists’ Alliance is pleased that the UCI has continued down a path of reform and improvement in women’s elite cycling, starting in 2020. New contract minimum standards, including maternity leave and a starting point for a Women’s WorldTour minimum salary, are important next steps in the evolution of our sport.
The UCI formally announced its long-awaited reforms for women’s cycling, and The Cyclists’ Alliance is excited to share the possibilities with you. Your voice has helped the Alliance to influence many of these reforms, and we believe these are the first big steps of positive changes for our sport.