Sarah Lukas’ China CX Experience

Did you know that the Amy D. Foundation has a fledgling grass-roots cycling program that was born from the concept of putting aspiring women on the bikes that Amy Dombroski left behind?  Amy left a half-dozen beautiful bikes and frame sets behind, each of which provides an inspiring opportunity for a young woman to explore, grow, and achieve.  Here Sarah Lukas reflects on her experience racing in China with the Orbea CX bike from Amy's time with the Luna Chix team.   “Welcome to Beijing, where the local time is 3:17pm.” Finally. About 20 hours of travel later, we had made it to Beijing. Granted, we still had to bus to the first race hotel, but at least my feet were on Chinese soil. While none of our luggage made it from the US, I had a clean t-shirt and toothbrush to hold me over. Let’s just get on the damn bus. Yanqing Station – About a 2.5 hour bus trip from Beijing,...
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