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Chloe Woodruff

Chloe is a recent retiree from the highest level of cross-country racing,

after nearly 15 years of pursuing that ‘perfect’ race. She paved her own path in the sport, founding a domestic power-house team, the Stan’s Pivot Pro Team. In time, she discovered her own motivation in sport had little to do with her own desire to win, but her belief that riding bikes can change lives. For Chloe, racing became an expression of that as she untapped her own potential to become an Olympian and World Cup winner. 

For 2022, Chloe will undertake new professional challenges as the Program Director for the Arizona Cycling Association, while also riding for Construction Zone Racing at regional events. While she experienced a difficult 2021 race season, she’s eager to share her passion for the sport with others.   

Chloe earned a degree in Community Health from the University of Arizona. She’s a stubborn transportation advocate who believes in ‘riding to your ride’ whenever possible and shares her home in Tempe, Ariz. with a spirited female dog named Hank. 

Chloe Woodruff

Hometown: Boulder, Colo., Tucson, Ariz. and Prescott, Ariz.  
Off Bike Occupation: Programs Director for Arizona Cycling Association 
Favorite Trail: Arizona Trail, Picket Post to Kelvin

Favorite Bike:

Pivot Mach 4 SL because it’s nimble enough for a small rider like myself, and can absolutely crush it on a wide variety of trails and terrain.

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