In her 10 years as a compeititve cyclist, Coryn Rivera has aleady accomplished a great deal. She has amassed a total of 53 National Champhionships in three different cycling disciplines: Road, Track, and Cyclocross. She has competed at the highest levels of the sport such as Junior World Championships, Track World Cups, UCI Road World Cups, and Pan American Championships. She races the USA National Team for races over seasand Marian University for collegiate cycling races. Although she hasn’t specialized as a rider quite yet, look for her to contest blazing fast sprints. Follow Coryn as she continues to develop as a professional cyclist.

From the Blog

1 January

A Decade of Racing & a Decade of Support

I’m not going to lie. I’ve been working on this since Thanksgiving! Its so hard to find time now a days to just sit down and write a blog! It’s even harder to write a blog like this… This is my favorite time of the year as it is when you start to reflect on […]

31 December

2013 Racing Wrap Up

Since I am on Thanksgiving Break/Winter Break, I FINALLY have more free time to write a blog post. And I want to apologize that my last blog was from the Sparkassen Giro this summer, but once my first Junior semester started at Marian University, I have been non-stop with papers, exams, and collegiate racing and […]

29 July

Sparkassen Giro

Nothing to lose; the beauty of a one day race. The Sparkassen Giro has a pro men’s post tour crit along with a women’s UCI 1.1 77km road race. The course had 6 laps with each lapping starting with a small crit that climbs away from town, then takes a tight u-turn back into town […]

28 July

Tour du Limousin

A common theme of this French stage race was teamwork.   My Breast Cancer Care Cycling Team teammates for this race were: Lucy Coldwell – Scottish TT specialist, Anne Ewing – it we her Birthday on Sunday ALL day, Laura Murray – knew the Scottish jig, Ciara Horne – Welsh trackie, and Amy Bradley – […]

28 July

Krasna Lipa

In one word: chaotic. First off, my bike didn’t arrive from my flight from Girona. At that point it was out of my control and there was nothing I could do but call the airlines every morning and see if I can get an update. Luckily Rene knew the Swiss National team coach and they […]