A fan of the spring classics, Coryn was the first American to win the Ronde van Vlaanderen when she took the title in 2017. Her 2019 campaign was unfortunately blighted by illness and injury and 2020 was saw a much reduced calendar for the Women’s program, but Coryn remains upbeat and that has only motivated her even more for this season.
Coryn loves the freedom of being outside on the bike when training, using cycling as a way to explore a new place or “clearing her head”. She also likes the social aspect of riding, finding it a very good way to connect with someone and get to know them well over a four-hour ride. However, when on the bike during a race, Coryn is a fierce competitor and always strives for more.
Now one of the more experienced riders on the team, Coryn revels in that role and uses her knowledge from past races and seasons with the team to help guide the younger riders about life as a professional cyclist, both when racing or training.
Laid-back when off the bike, the Californian enjoys some chill time and likes to spend time with family and friends, where she appreciates good food and coffee.