Airport Kern Redd Rock

6625 Montana Ave
(915) 772 9666

2800 N.Stanton St
(915) 532 9666

5650 N. Desert Blvd
(915) 585 9666

Community

Crazy Cat Cyclery/Specialized U23 Women's Cycling Team

About Women’s Cycling Development Team
Crazy Cat Cyclery Women’s Team began over countless hours of conversation on training rides amongst a tight knit group of friends who share a passion for cycling. The talks became focused on creating a place where young athletes can be groomed to become professional adults in environments free of negative influences. Thus the ideals and goals of Crazy Cat Cyclery Women’s Team were set.

Women’s Cycling Development is a team for female cyclists under the age of 23 who are ready to compete at a professional level in the United States. Cyclists who meet these criteria come from wonderful junior cycling programs. Oftentimes when juniors become 18 they are forced into the role of supporting much older racers and go unnoticed. From this position it is hard to get the results to make an impact on the cycling world. Women’s Cycling Development is not only focused on winning races; the ultimate goal is to foster clean, mature athletes prepared to become the next crop of elite American cycling champions.

2015 Tentative Race Schedule
*Valley of the Sun Phoenix, AZ 2/13-15
*Tour de Murrieta Murrieta, CA 3/6-8
*Tucson Bicycle Classic Tucson, AZ 3/13-15
*San Dimas Stage Race San Dimas, CA 3/27-29
*Tour of the Gila Silver City, NM 4/29-5/3
*Firestone 805 Goleta, CA 5/8-10
*Manhattan Beach GP Manhattan Beach, CA 6/7
*St. Francis Tulsa Tough Tulsa, OK 6/12-14
*Tour of Americas Dairyland Milw, Wisc 6/8-22
*USAC Jr. Road Champ Lake Tahoe, CA 6/24-28
*Brentwood GP Brentwood, CA 8/2
*USAC Jr. & Elite Track Champ Carson, CA 8/3-8


Advocacy

Dedicated to making the community of El Paso safer for both cyclists and pedestrians, Crazy Cat Cyclery proudly stands behind VELOPASO in an on-going campaign to bring awareness and education to our community. We encourage all cyclists and residents of El Paso County to reach out to their state and federal representatives and demand an infrastructure that is safe for all citizens. We would also like to ask all cyclists to support the following advocacy groups with your time, financial support, and membership.

-The League of American Bicyclists

For generations past and to come, THE LEAGUE represents bicyclists in the movement to create
 safer roads, stronger communities, and a bicycle-friendly America. Through information, advocacy and promotion, we work to celebrate and preserve the freedom cycling brings to our members everywhere.

- Bikes Belong

Bikes Belong is sponsored by the U.S. bicycle industry with the goal of putting more people on bicycles more often. We have nearly 400 members—bicycle suppliers and retailers combining resources to improve bicycling in America. Based in Boulder, Colorado, we have 38 professional staff (including the Safe Routes to School National Partnership team), 20 volunteer directors, and a $7.5 million annual operating budget.

- IMBA-International Mountain Bicycling Association

Since 1988, IMBA has been bringing out the best in mountain biking by encouraging low-impact riding, volunteer trailwork participation, cooperation among different trail user groups, grassroots advocacy and innovative trail management solutions. IMBA’s staff, chapters, clubs and members work to benefit the entire mountain bike community.

- PeopleForBikes

PeopleForBikes is dedicated to channeling that passion to improve the future of bicycling. Our goal is to gather a million names of support, to speak with one, powerful voice—to make bicycling safer, more convenient and appealing for everyone.

- VeloPaso

The mission of Velo Paso Bicycle-Pedestrian Coalition is to make bicycling and walking safe and accessible for everyone in the Paso del Norte region through education and outreach. Brought together by 2013 El Paso Bike Month, we are a group of avid cyclists from across the Paso del Norte region who want to improve conditions for bicyclists and pedestrians in our community. Though we come from many different fields and occupations, we share one thing in common: a desire to give a voice to the voiceless and to create alternative transportation options that will make our region the envy of the world. We are Velo Paso

- District Representatives for El Paso County