The Cyclists' Alliance: The de facto union for women's cycling

In just 18 months, The Cyclists' Alliance (TCA) has become the de facto representatives for women in professional cycling, and it aims to establish itself more formally as the union that oversees women's cycling in the future. Cyclingnews spoke with the association's co-founder Iris Slappendel about the TCA's goals for expansion, intent to become recognised by the UCI and search for more funding to support critical initiatives that directly benefit the women in the sport.

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