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  • Age 21
  • With NXTG since August, 2021
  • Best result 1st in Grand Prix du Morbihan Féminin

Bio from Ally

Ally is an accomplished track and road rider. She is a former junior Individual pursuit world champion. Currently she is the national champion in road and criterium racing and on the track, she won the championship in omnium and Madison. 

“I first started racing on the road in New Zealand by just entering local racing and having a good time on the bike! I was always very competitive so sport was a healthy outlet for that. I had my first go on the track when I was 14 at the Manukau velodrome in Auckland. I instantly loved the thrill of the high speed and racing on the banking, and haven’t looked back since! 

My inspiration for cycling is really to inspire others. Cycling provides a very unique platform that other workplaces do not offer. For myself, it provides a way to inspire young women to dream big, and aspire to excel in whatever they set their mind to. 

My dream is to become an established professional road cyclist. I am still navigating my way on the road, so I’m unsure of the type of rider I am. On the track my dream is to be an Olympic champion in the omnium. 

My dream race on the road is currently the Giro Donne (but will soon be the Women’s Tour de France). The Giro is the longest stage race in the women’s peloton to date, which makes very prestigious. 

Racing in Belgium was a real culture shock for me. The best way for me to describe it is pure chaos. The road surfaces and mass of riders in the peloton was something I had never experienced, but it makes it very exciting.”

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