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Run by former and current pros, The Cyclists’ Alliance provides holistic support to female cyclists during and after their careers. Funded purely by donations and subscriptions, our aim is to level the playing field and help the hard-working women of today’s peloton make a living from the sport. There’s a long way to go, but by striving for fairness, we will create a brighter future for all.
The TCA General assembly took place online earlier this week. Couple of notable changes have been approved by the participants acting the departure of Roos Hoogeboom from the board and her replacement by Lexi Brown. Special keynote speaker Kate Veronneau, head of women’s strategy at ZWIFT, also participated in the general assembly.
The Cyclists’ Alliance (TCA) today published the full report from their unique annual survey of the women’s professional peloton. Despite some signs that women’s professional cycling is progressing, this survey also reveals that many women continue to face tough challenges in the pursuit of a professional cycling career. The disparities between riders in the World Tour and riders outside the World Tour continue to grow wider.
In 2022, Strava partnered with The Cyclists’ Alliance (TCA) to support TCA’s mentoring program (TCAMP). This unique program is designed to provide support and guidance to young riders of the peloton as well as a mentoring program provided by experienced riders.
This year, Strava has committed a further $100,000 to The Cyclists’ Alliance to create a Grant Awards scheme “TCAMP Pre-Career x Strava Grant”.