Join the Bicycle Racing Association of Colorado's Board of Directors, Susan Adamkovics and Rachel Scott, Sarai Snyder of girlbikelove.com, keynote speaker Jennifer Triplett and several female leaders in the cycling community at Boulder Beer from 6-9 pm for appetizers, happy hour and a formal agenda impacting bicycle racing for women in Colorado. Seasoned women racers and new cyclists encouraged to attend, as well as promoters, officials and anyone l
ooking to grow, improve or learn more about cycling for women in CO.
We will discuss policy concerning women's categories and grouping of categories for the 2013 road season prior to the December 5th annual meeting; discuss the first women's criterium race for 2013; understanding race data from previous years; recruit volunteers and committee members for mentoring programs and clinics; increase participation in track; and sharing in an open forum how we can continue to improve women's attendance numbers and camaraderie in the state of Colorado.
This year's summit includes keynote speaker, coach and Toastmasters member Jennifer Triplett. Topic to be revealed soon!
If you want a voice, then please come, share and be heard! A formal agenda will be emailed to all female registered BRAC racers. ***if you'd like to include an agenda topic, be more involved in the summit, or need host housing, please email Susan firstname.lastname@example.org or Rachel at email@example.com.***
"The bicycle has done more to emancipate women than anything else in the world," suffragist pioneer Susan B. Anthony said in 1896. And in the United States, women still bicycle at significantly lower rates than men. But with YOUR support, the Bicycle Racing Association of Colorado (BRAC) remedies this disparity. Starting with an annual Women's Summit, where we work to engage women in bicycle planning and policy making, BRAC is committed year-round to providing opportunities for women's participation at all levels. BRAC builds confidence, camaraderie and community while providing health-benefits that last a lifetime for women of all ages and skill levels. From offering mentoring events and skills clinics to creating women’s-only race days, BRAC wouldn’t be able to encourage women to take their two-wheeled journey without your support. With your help, we will continue fighting for a nation where sports payouts are fair, races are family-friendly, barriers-to-entry are safe and affordable, opportunity equal, and discrimination a thing of the past.