Live Monday, April 9th, from 7-8PM on WKNY Kingston 1490 AM! WWCGP will be on Sporttalk with Dan Reinhard again!
Guests: Tamara Murray, Taylor Kuyk-White, and Tom Schuler
Overall Subject: Why is the interest in women’s competitive cycling growing!? And how does ‘Share the Road’ Advocacy play into this growth?
Tamara Murray (Event Sponsor) will be in the studio starting at 7PM to discuss why WWCGP fits into the Emerson’s focus upon
wellness and community. She is a seasoned marketing veteran with experience at two premier Ulster County properties – Emerson Resort & Spa and Rocking Horse Ranch. In her current position as
Marketing and Sales Director for Emerson Resort & Spa she is responsible for advertising, promotion, special events and transient and group sales. Tamara also serves as co-chair of the Ulster County Lodging Coalition and on the board of directors for the Phoenicia Playhouse.
Tom Schuler (Former professional bicycle racer and member of the US Bicycling Hall of Fame) will be on at 7:15 talking about the growth of the event as it relates to the growing interest in women's competitive cycling nationally, respective of the Women's World Tour internationally as well as the events he produces here in the USA. Tom is currently promoting the 10 day Tour of America’s Dairyland and the Intelligentsia Cup Series in Chicago.
Taylor Kuyk-White (Racer) will be on at 7:35 to share with us some of the reasons for the growing number of women competitive cyclists in the Philadelphia Metro area, with a particular focus on why the popularity for the sport should encompass community interaction, particularly amongst urban youth. Taylor races for the Philadelphia Bike Expo team out Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Going into her 3rd year of racing bicycles, Taylor is a Cat 2 Road, Cat 2 CX, and Cat 1 MTB. Outside of racing, Taylor is passionate about youth empowerment and community building through bicycles. She works for the Bicycle Coalition of Greater Philadelphia where she manages a youth cycling team that impacts around 150 youth each year.