Conceived as a five-woman, professional mountain bike racing squad in 2002, the LUNA Chix Pro Team is the most successful, longest-running team in the history of professional MTB and XTERRA racing. LUNA Chix Pros have been in the Olympics, and they’ve won world championships in MTB and XTERRA; the overall UCI MTB World Cup title three times; five U.S. National XTERRA Championships; and countless national MTB and cyclo-cross championships in the United States, Canada, and the Czech Republic.
The Mountain Bike and Cyclo-Cross Team
The LUNA Team heads into 2013 after a banner year that saw three of its athletes compete in the London Olympics, with Georgia Gould bringing home a bronze medal—the first U.S. Olympic mountain bike medal since 1996! Catharine Pendrel took her second overall World Cup title in three years and the LUNA Pros locked in the World Cup team title for the fourth consecutive season.
Headed up by Olympic medalist Georgia Gould, the 2013 LUNA MTB and cyclo-cross squad is unchanged from last season with reigning World Cup champion, Catharine Pendrel, four-time Olympian Katerina Nash, and Teal Stetson-Lee rounding out this powerhouse team.
The XTERRA Team
2010 world champion Shonny Vanlandingham headlines the LUNA Pro XTERRA Team. Her formidable teammates include three-time World Championship medalist Danelle Kabush and former amateur world champion and 2012 U.S. national champion, Suzanne Snyder. The LUNA Chix are tan, rested, and ready to return to the XTERRA circuit to
defend their titles.
Visit the LUNA Chix Pro Team web site.