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Riders Profile: Brooke Miller





7 Interviews

"Race it to win it."

uscyclingreport.com, Jamie Naragon, 10 March 2009
Posted by: lucybears

Playing volleyball in high school hardly seems like the “typical” start for a US National Champion cyclist. Add a PhD in Evolutionary Biology, and you have the makings for a truly unique athlete.



Champion cyclist, slug activist, thigh muscle goddess

Examiner.com, Kathryn Bertine, 14 February 2009
Posted by: lucybears

Brooke Miller is an athletic badass. And an eloquent one at that. The 2008 US National Criterium champion, US team member, worlds competitor, and cyclist for the talent-stacked Team TIBCO, is at the Amgen Tour of California to defend her 2008 title.



"The harder, the better!"

cyclingfx.nl, Bart Hazen, 6 December 2008
Posted by: lucybears

Current US national criterium and road race champion Brooke Miller graduated with a PhD in Evolutionary Biology from the University of California, Santa Cruz in spring 2007 and began racing full time in 2008, although she does work as a software developer in her spare time.



Interview: Brooke Miller

Daily Peloton, Bart Hazen, 5 December 2008
Posted by: Bitossi

Interview with American Champion Brooke Miller (Team TIBCO).



It's Miller's time

cyclingnews.com, Mark Zalewski, 1 September 2008
Posted by: lucybears

TIBCO's Brooke Miller is enjoying a record breaking season after claiming the United States of America criterium and road national championships. Miller spoke about the changes to (most) of her racing wardrobe for the next year.



"Are you ready for a novel?"

pedalmag.com, Amy Smolens, 15 June 2008
Posted by: lucybears

Friday was a double-stage day at the Nature Valley Grand Prix with the Stage 3 ITT in the morning and the Stage 4 criterium later that day. We caught up with some of the Canadian riders at both stages for some post race interviews. Brooke Miller, Stage 4 Winner



"Take a pull you frickin' pansies!"

Chicago Bike Racing, 10 August 2007
Posted by: lucybears

For some strange reason -- the weather? the terrain? the crazy drivers? -- Chicago isn't home to a huge number of international-caliber riders. One exception of late has been Brooke Miller...











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