Glenda Taylor  was a life long athlete and one of the original members of Women’s Free State Racing.   She excelled at running, cycling, swimming, golf, and likely any sport she decided to try during her life.  We are fortunate that the sport she chose to devote the majority of her time and her remarkable ability to was cycling.   During her career as a cyclist, Glenda racked up countless wins, podiums, medals, honors, and awards.  Because greatness attracts greatness, Glenda inspired many women and men who have also had or are still pursuing exceptional careers as amatuer competitive cyclists.  Perhaps the only thing that eclipsed athletic prowess was her keen powers of mentorship.  She was a paragon of kindness and always willing to share what she knew.  And her legacy runs deep in our cycling community and her inspiration will undoubtedly continue for generations.  We lost Glenda on June 7, 2015 when she was struck by vehicle while warming up for the state time trial.  We all still mourn her loss.  

Glenda Taylor was a life long athlete.   She excelled at running, cycling, swimming, golf, and likely any sport she decided to try during her life.  We are fortunate that the sport she chose to devote the majority of her time and her remarkable ability to was cycling.   During her career as a cyclist, Glenda racked up countless wins, podiums, medals, honors, and awards.  Because greatness attracts greatness, Glenda inspired many women and men who have also had or are still pursuing exceptional careers as amatuer competitive cyclists.  We lost Glenda on June 7, 2015 when she was struck by vehicle while warming up for the state time trial.  We all still mourn her loss.