Katherine Maine

Height

5’ 8”

Weight

125 lbs

Birthdate

11.22.97

Pro since

2016

Strengths

All-Arounder

Hometown

Ottawa, ON

Residence

Ottawa, ON

Follow Katherine

Just go out, ride and have fun.

Katherine Maine started cycling innocently enough, attending the LaRocca Cross-Country Mountain Bike School in the summer of 2009. Although she enjoyed cycling, it was another three years before she started cycling competitively. When she did, she chose to start in the mud by racing cyclo-cross. Using her mountain bike and later a used cyclo-cross bike, she won the Eastern Ontario girls’ under-17 title. Since then she has worked her way up to the professional ranks. When she is not training, Maine spends most of her time outside biking, trail running or XC skiing in the winter.

What inspired you to ride?

Ever since I could ride a bike, we would go on family rides with my sisters and cousins on “Sunday bike days.” The destination was always the ice cream shop.

Racing obstacle you overcame?

So far, I have been very lucky and haven’t had any major obstacles.

Favorite cheat meal?

Chocolate!

Favorite healthy meal or snack?

Maple Cinnamon Almond Butter with Hemp, Flax, and Chia Seed

Tip for staying healthy?

Go outside and play! Nothing is better than spending a day in the woods.

What motivates you to ride?

I love racing and I want to get better - that’s what’s motivates me everyday to train hard.

Results

Women's Woodstock Cycling Grand Prix

4th

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