TEAM MOXIE CYCLING



Meet our 2016 brand Ambassadors. From group-ride participants to Ironman finishers, our Ambassadors are women who are cyclists of all abilities that you can relate to and seek inspiration from. Moms, triathletes, bloggers, fitness coaches, bike shop employees, entrepreneurs, professional athletes, and so much more. We know that every one of you can relate to one or all of them in one way or another and we could not be more excited to have this great group of ladies representing our brand. Behind the scenes, these women help guide product development to make sure when we release new product it fits just right and performs to the highest standard. Throughout the country, you'll find them representing Moxie Cycling at cycling, triathlon and running events. We hope you get to know the Ambassador in your market and join them at an event or race... or even for a weekly ride!

MEET OUR 2016 AMBASSADORS



DONNA JOHNSTON

Springfield, MO

Next Challenge:
I have been leading an all women's cycling group of about 150 women to encourage more to get back into the sport. My challenge is to be a mentor to the ones nervous about joining, no matter their age.
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CHELSEY HENSEL
Newfoundland, PA

Next Challenge:
I would like to compete another Ironman, I have two daughters now and that alone is a life challenge!
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FELICIA BORCHERT
Saratoga Springs, UT

Next Challenge:
My next challenge is an Xterra triathlon. I started doing triathlons this year but have yet to do an off road one! I'm super excited and a little nervous for this one!
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YOLANDA LOPEZ
Duncanville, TX

Next Challenge:
I'm training for my 2nd Ironman.
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EVIE DROSTE
Conway, AR

Next Challenge:
Place as female overall in 2016. Me and my sisters are looking to do more triathlons and I am beginning USA Cycling time trial and crit racing as a youth racer.
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JAMIE MORNINGSTAR
Orem, UT

Next Challenge:
Working full time with 4 kids means that every day brings its own adventures and challenges - I don't need to sign up for more!
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SUZANNE CLEMENTS
Palm Bay, FL

Next Challenge:
I intend to take a number of mountain bike vacations each year to explore parts unknown. This past summer I hit new trails in Northern Wisconsin and found a real gem that I can't wait to get back to.
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JULIE WOOD
Tustin, CA

Next Challenge:
Currently, dealing with an injury and trying to get back from it.
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KIM SIEBOLD
Kernersville, NC

Next Challenge:
Learning the roads in NC. I just moved from MN with nice, safe shoulders to ride on. Here... have not found safe roads yet. Also family/work/training = next challenge.
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THERESA ECKMAN
Ballwin, MO

Next Challenge:
Half Ironman 70.3 race along with a few sprint distance triathlons. I am looking into learning how to mountain bike.
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LEI DUNN
Virginia Beach, VA

Next Challenge:
My next challenge is to remain active with a busy work and kid schedule while my husband is deployed over the next year.
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MELISSA HUNTER
Lakeville, MN

Next Challenge:
Deciding if I have a favorite style of racing / riding and focusing more on that vs. spreading my energy around.
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OLIVIA SPARKS
Gilbert, AZ

Next Challenge:
I aim to tackle the Olympic/International Triathlon distance and to participate in a cycle specific event (Tour de Tucson or Tour de Scottsdale).
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MAGGIE BIERITZ
Schaumburg, IL

Next Challenge:
I hope to complete five sprint triathlons in summer 2016.
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LAURA CHANCE
Easton, MD

Next Challenge:
My next challenge is my first 70.3 triathlon in October. A group of us are going to North Carolina for the Beach2Battleship event, and I am beyond excited to see what I can do on a longer course.
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NUNZIA LOPEZ
Murrietta, CA

Next Challenge:
A CENTURY!
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KATIE CULLEN
Plymouth, MN

Next Challenge:
I will be competing in the Ironman Triathlon in Madison Wisconsin on September 13. This is my first IM and I have been working so hard at balancing training demands with a full-time job, travel, three children and an active lifestyle.
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KATE RAWLINGS
Indianapolis, IN

Next Challenge:
In July 2016, I will ride in my fourth Pan Ohio Hope Ride, a ride across the state of Ohio for the American Cancer Society.
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KAROLE MOYED
Dallas, TX

Next Challenge:
Strengthening and resilience and being able to participate in the Hotter Than Hell 100.
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JESS RUNDLETT
Ankeny, IA

Next Challenge:
Last year, I watched my boyfriend get killed by a drunk driver during a bike ride. I honor his memory by riding, sharing our love of cycling and advocating to make Iowa a safer place for bicyclists.
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ERICKA PAWLOWSKI
Chula Vista, CA

Next Challenge:
I plan to run another marathon early 2016 and then spend the rest of the year concentrating on triathlons and cycling.
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JASMIN WELTER
Chicago, IL

Next Challenge:
After a long injury in 2015, I competed in the triathlon World Championship with virtually no training. I'm committed to making my way to Cozumel 2016 and also race cyclocross successfully as a Cat3.
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SARAH GIBSON
Kokomo, IN

Next Challenge:
Last year was my first year riding, and my longest distance was 64 miles. I would love to ride a 100 miler in 2016 and do a Triathlon.
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KARMEL HARPER
Woods Cross, UT

Next Challenge:
The Wonder Woman Century Ride. I consider myself an outdoor cycling novice since I have spent so many years on a spin bike so becoming stronger outside is always a goal.
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CHRIS SCHMIT
Byron, MN

Next Challenge:
Mom-ing high school boys....and all their friends. I have a continuous stream of (mostly) boys moving through my kitchen and life. I ride to maintain some sort of balance.
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HEATHER ABRAHAMSON
Belle Plaine, MN

Next Challenge:
Do another Ironman... more ultras and marathons.... trying to get faster.... Inspire my personal training and endurance coaching clients as well.
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ALLISON GETTY
Springfield, MO

Next Challenge:
I would like to complete a half Ironman in 2016!
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JENNY PAUL
Leander, TX

Next Challenge:
In cycling, to complete the RAAM Texas 400 challenge and get in to ultras, and to be a better mountain biker. In life, to get through wedding planning without going crazy!
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DIONNE SOCIE
Chandler, AZ

Next Challenge:
Olympic triathlon and then the 70.3 Ironman distance. I have a new bike and I am looking forward to improving my speed and distance.
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JENN KOSCELNIK
Centennial, CO

Next Challenge:
My next big cycling challenge is a century. Here in CO we have plenty of great routes. My longest ride is a failed century at 85 miles. My old goal was an Ironman, but injury prevents me from running.
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Interested in being an official Ambassador? Apply here!