Women’s Wednesdays

Women All Levels

Led by Multi-time World and Pan-Am Champion AND Air Products Program graduate, Kim Geist heads up our Women’s Wednesdays programming, bringing her invaluable racing experience and deep coaching chops to the track each week. 

Inclusivity and Diversity: This program welcomes all women, trans, femme, and other riders.

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A reminder that Women's Wednesdays Basics starts tomorrow, May 5th at 7pm! It's not too late to register so head over to the link in bio!⁠
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Olympic Long Team member @mandymarquardt is a @honeystinger ambassador and helped us get amazing snacks and prizes for our Women's Weekend May 1-2. The T-Town local is excited to inspire women to gain confidence on track and bring new skill sets to their next races.⁠
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Link in bio to sign up!⁠
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Women supporting women through every phase of their experience in cycling makes the community vibrant. In week 18 of #talkofthettown, board member Cheryl Osborne (@superco777) remarks, "If there is nobody to help you out and give you a hand up when you're trying to make that decision whether or not to continue, they would generally just fall by the wayside." We agree and Executive Director @jmh16 is committing to bringing up the women's participation to 50% by 2025 from today's 30%. ⁠
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This weekend is Women's Weekend. It's a great place to learn from World Champion @kimgeistcoaching about racing in an all-female environment. Link in bio. ⁠
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Photo captured by @nyckenji of @startracknyc riders @ackalackadingdong and @m.iadeye⁠
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Refresher Class: Check Back Soon for Dates!

Women’s Wednesdays Refresher is opened to all levels of riders who have either participated in a past Women’s Wednesdays program or who have previous experience riding on a velodrome. After a year off track for many, it is designed to help you get your track legs back under you before the racing season begins- and is STRONGLY recommended for those wishing to participate in the 2021 Women’s Weekend.

Topics covered could include:  track bike anatomy & function, velodrome anatomy, paceline riding, warm-up structure, flying & standing starts, proper passing, close proximity riding, riding and racing together as a team, basic races

Pre-registration is required on BikeReg.com. Class size limited to 20. REGISTRATION OPENS MARCH 22

Loaner bikes will be available for those who need them. Participants must bring their own helmets.

Basic Class: Check Back Soon for Dates!

Women’s Wednesdays Basic is for all levels of riders and designed to build confidence among individuals who are new to track cycling or experienced but wanting to work on their skills and develop their knowledge within a welcoming, fun, and social environment.  Participants will learn how to safely operate a track bicycle on the velodrome as well as gain basic skills essential to enjoying track cycling.  The program will touch upon basic racing concepts, to serve as a stepping-stone to more advanced skills.

Class will cover all the fundamentals. Topics covered could include:  track bike anatomy & function, velodrome anatomy, paceline riding, warm-up structure, flying & standing starts, proper passing, close proximity riding, riding and racing together as a team, basic races and velodrome etiquette.

Pre-registration is required on BikeReg.com. Class size limited to 20. REGISTRATION OPENS MARCH 22

Loaner bikes will be available for those who need them. Helmets are not provided but are required. Please bring your own!

Advanced: Race Focused Class

Check Back Soon for Dates!

The Women’s Wednesdays is opened to all levels of riders and takes the skills learned in the Basic Class and applies them to racing scenarios. Focusing on both mass start and time trial style racing – this class will help experienced and new racers alike!

Pre-registration is required on BikeReg.com. Class size limited to 20. REGISTRATION OPENS MARCH 22nd

Loaner bikes will be available for those who need them. Helmets are not provided but are required. Please bring your own!

All VPCC run community programs, training sessions and racing will fully comply with all relevant current state, local and USAC guidelines including mask mandates. Due to the dynamic and ever changing nature COVID and these regulations, specific mandatory protocols for each program/race will be communicated directly to the registered participants per program/event. Compliance with all protocols, signage and staff instructions is mandatory for all participants.