Molly Weaver   
Molly Weaver
Girona, Spain
Riders Type
Favourite Liv Bike
Pro Since
2015 Race kms
2015 Race Days

ABOUT Molly Weaver

During her home race at the Aviva Tour of Britain, Molly Weaver made her mark and introduced herself to the elite level of cycling.

This 22 year old is an example of how the team’s philosophy works. After two years in the team she is progressing well and is becoming one of the teams core riders. Molly consistently works very hard to get a team leader in the perfect position for the finale. “I’m very proud to be part of this team. We have a very professional organisation with qualified and motivated people. Everyone is 100 percent committed and works hard to come as close to perfection as possible. Our team spirit is incomparable with the other teams and that’s one of our main strengths. We’re all team players with a positive mindset. We work well together. Other teams don’t ride the way we do.”

Molly is of great value to the team, as a support rider and as a person. She’s able to ride full gas and give everything to bring her team leader into position. “Cycling can be very tough. You must work hard to achieve your goals. And sometime you fail. But you can still be a good and nice person during hard times.”

She raced well in La Route de France in 2016, until she crashed in the fourth stage, together with team mate Floortje Mackaij. “We were so disappointed, because we both felt so strong during that race. But you must accept that falling is part of racing as well. The only right thing to do is forget about it, recover and get back on your bike as quick as possible. It was amazing to experience how supportive my team was during those weeks.”

Weaver moved away from the rainy UK to live and train in Girona, Spain. Her biggest ambition is to win the world championships or a stage in a Grand Tour. “But the team’s success is my own success, and that’s my main goal.”