You might have noticed that things are changing here at Pretty Damned Fast! The new site has launched, and content is easier to access, and we’ve added an infinite scroll for rainy days. In an effort to cover the ever expanding universe of women’s cycling, we are adding editorial positions, and bring on a multitude of voices. In the next few days, I’ll be posting bios of our new correspondents and contributing editors. From coast to coast, from avid amateurs to professional racers, from downhill parks to city streets, PDF will cover even more of what you love.
While our staff writers may be chiming in more regularly, that doesn’t mean we don’t want to hear from you. Please stay in touch, tag us on Instagram, and let us know when awesome women’s cycling stuff is happening around you. We are always happy to post on social channels, and are open to leads on long form pieces.
Its with an immense amount of pride that we announce the newest member of the team, Contributing Editor, Natalie Tapias. We first got to know Natalie in her piece on the Green Mountain Stage Race. It’s impressive to see how far she’s come in such a short time. We are beyond excited to share in her journey. In her own words she is “an amateur cyclist who enjoys racing full road and cyclocross seasons. She's learning how to race at elite level and will bring that perspective to PDF” We cannot wait to see what the future holds for Natalie, and look forward to her posts here on PDF.
Im looking forward to sharing the rest of the roster with you in the next few days. Natalie will also be reporting back from racing Speed Week. Welcome aboard Natalie!
Anna Maria Diaz-Balart
For editorial inquiries, Natalie can be reached here.