Audrey
Cordon-Ragot

Audrey Cordon-Ragot, a super-domestique and road captain for Trek-Segafredo, has netted some excellent results in her career, including the overall in the Tour de Bretagne Féminin (2013, 2019), a stage in La Route de France (2014), third in the Madrid Challenge by La Vuelta (2018), and won the classic Drentse Acht van Westerveld (2019). She is a dominant all-rounder who excels in the time trial, winning the French National Championship title for the fifth time in 2021.  In the pandemic-shortened 2020 season, she claimed the highlight of her career, claiming her first Elite National road title with an emphatic solo attack five kilometers from the finish. Audrey began her professional career in 2008 and has established herself as a gregarious leader in the pro peloton. A hard-working and selfless teammate, Audrey is granted opportunities to lead in various races.

Date of birth

22/09/1989

From
France
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Who inspires you? Why?

All my teammates, year after year I get older, but I never stop learning from them. They inspire me to be a better athlete and person.

If you were a brand, what would be your motto?

Ride bikes, Have fun, Feel Good! Oh wait... I stole that from someone, no? (Umm yes, Audrey but only from Trek!)

What was the biggest obstacle you have overcome?

In 2016 I broke my collarbone, and after that, I was stuck on the bike; mentally I was frozen. I could not ride any descents, speed was my worst nightmare. I had to visit a psychologist and work on it, but in the end, I finally could ride fast again.

What is your favorite Bontrager or Trek equipment?

My Emonda and all the Bontrager Aeolus wheels.