Cycling squad goals For Trek-Segafredo athletes and best friends Ruth Winder and Tayler Wiles, riding for the same team was the opportunity to create a friendship that goes far beyond bikes
Cycling is always better when you’re doing it with the people you enjoy most. But when you’re a professional, the team roster is often out of your control. Though you’re not able to pick your team, there’s always the opportunity to create meaningful relationships with the people around you.
For Trek-Segafredo professional women’s team athletes and best friends Ruth Winder and Tayler Wiles, riding for the same team was the opportunity to create a friendship that goes far beyond bikes. Today, they’re sitting down to talk with us about professional women’s cycling and the roots of their indelible bond.
On this episode, we’ll dispel some myths about women’s cycling, find out how the dynamic duo spends their off-season, and talk about how these two peas in a pod grew to become the light-hearted core of the team.
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