The Knox Revolution Women’s Cycling Club is a not-for-profit corporation dedicated to promoting the sport of cycling among women. We started in 2003 as a racing team with five members. We are currently over 65 members strong and consist of women of all ages and riding abilities. We are not just a racing team anymore; we are an organization dedicated to getting as many women involved in the sport of cycling as possible.
Knox Revolution members are diverse in their cycling interests including, but not limited to road cycling, mountain biking, cyclo-cross and triathlons. Our goal is to encourage women to engage in an active lifestyle by introducing them to this challenging, but fun sport. We achieve this goal by offering a network of experienced riders who provide advice and support with respect to all aspects of cycling, including skills, training, and nutrition, all in a non-threatening and supportive environment. We want our club to serve as the standard and inspiration for other emerging female-focused organizations in cycling. We envision an organization that will do more than race and win titles – this club is about women, healthy lifestyles and the community.
Additionally, we are dedicated to raising public awareness of issues related to women’s health and fitness, as well as bicycle advocacy. And we have fun doing it! We hope you will join us for our weekly rides as well as our monthly meetings that are held at Barley’s, first Tuesday of each month at 7 p.m.
KnoxRev 2013 officers
Denita, Renee, Jenny, L’Jon, Rhonda, Lisa and Kat