Cyclocross interview series episode one: Molly Cameron

Cyclocross interview series episode one: Molly Cameron

Cross Crusade 2010 #2 - Rainier-88

Molly Cameron, shown here racing in 2010, is a fixture on the local cyclocross scene. In addition to being an elite-level racer, she also owns Portland Bicycle Studio.
(Photos © J. Maus/BikePortland)

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Welcome to the first of six audio interviews with local cyclocross personalities and promoters that we’ll be sharing in the coming weeks. We’ve partnered with the Oregon Bicycle Racing Association to broadcast these interviews in advance of their 2013 Cyclocross Championship event coming to Troutdale on November 9th.

The first of the series features an interview with Molly Cameron, a veteran professional racer and owner of Portland Bicycle Studio, a retail and service shop in northwest Portland.

The interview covers everything from her early racing days, her first-ever cross race (which she won using a road bike), how she got hooked on cyclocross, and her international racing experiences. Molly also talks with host Neil Green about her bicycle fitting studio and coaching and her desire to wear the prestigious 2013 OBRA Championship winner’s jersey.

Have a listen for yourself (if the embed below doesn’t work, here’s the direct link):

And stay tuned for interviews with Tina Brubaker, Kenji Sugahara, Erik Tonkin, Brad Ross, and Ken McClarty.

— Special thanks to OBRA, Tenacious Training and Events, PAGATIM, Neil Green, and the Grand Prix Erik Tonkin Cyclocross series for making these interviews possible. Also note that all 2013 cyclocross coverage on BikePortland is made possible by Sellwood Cycle Repair.

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