The protesters' presence at the national championships comes just weeks ahead of the UCI world cyclocross championships in Fayetteville, Arkansas.
VeloNews Podcast, ep. 282: Cameron is well versed in the arguments about fairness. Now, she's focused on working with race promoters on how registration platforms work, among other things.
Arkansas transgender legislation prompted some to call for boycotting of cycling events. Now though, some trans advocates say showing up makes more of a difference.
The group will also serve as an interface between the industry, sport, and LGBTQ+ community.
Molly Cameron wants to know what Arkansans think about recent anti-trans legislation. Cameron also believes the cycling is not doing enough for trans rights.
USA Cycling will hold its inclusion conference in Colorado Springs, Colorado in September.
Cyclocross veteran Molly Cameron has become the focal point of the U.S. cycling scene in the wake of Arkansas' anti-trans legislation.
Molly Cameron has raced with the men for years, and she will do so again at next month's cyclocross nationals in North Carolina.
Molly Cameron was born a male, identifies as a woman, and holds a female driver's license, but races in the men's field at events.