Race Across The West  2019

Two Women Cycling 930-Miles in 64 Hours (Or Less)

Two ultra-endurance women cyclists compete in the Race Across The West (RAW) from Oceanside, California to Durango Colorado as the first women to compete in the over 60 age division. 


On June 11, 2019, two women, Jill Gass 63, and Liz Inglese 57, of Team Revolution Coaching will compete in an epic bicycle event called the Race Across The West.  Their mission is to challenge themselves as women over 50, and to highlight women cycling.  They’ve clocked thousands of miles on the road and on their trainers over the past 10 months to prepare for this grueling challenge.  

How do you possibly ride 930 miles across the Rockies in less than 3 days?  Sistership wants to know too, so we’ve volunteered to follow the team on their journey to give you updates on and video coverage of their journey.

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Riding To Make An Impact

Team Revolution Coaching has partnered with Sistership and World Bike Relief to make an impact.  Find out how you can help support their cause. 

About The RAW and The Women Who Race

Find out more about this challenging ultra-bike race and the women who take the challenge.  Learn about Team Revolution Coaching and what motivates them to “punish” their body and make an impact.

Jill Gass, is a veteran ultra-endurance bike racer.  She has competed twice in the 3,000-mile RAAM (Race Across America) and the RAW (Race Across the West). She is the owner of Revolution Coaching, and the founder of the non-profit organization “B4T9” which promotes women recreational and competitive cycling activities for Ventura and Santa Barbara Counties in California. 

Liz Inglese, 57, is having the time of her life as an ultra-cyclist.  A relative newcomber to cycling, Liz made the easy transition after years of competing as a triathlete and completing her first Ironman.  In 2017 she won the HooDoo 500-mile bike race, a 3-day race which winds riders around three National Parks and three National Monuments in the state of  Utah. 
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