SkyFlash Racing is a Women's elite and development cycling organization based out of San Diego, California.
Formed in 2004, SkyFlash Racing is one of the longest running cycling organizations in Southern California. We support over 40 women on the road, track, and trials.
SkyFlash Racing develops leaders and ambassadors for the sport of cycling by hosting clinics, organizing rides for the team and community throughout the year. We encourage women to ride and race their bicycles as a vehicle for a well balanced life, excitement, community, or whatever each woman needs it to be.
We had a successful 2016 season with podiums in more than 50 races! Some of our top results include:
By Samantha Bosco for iRT Wheels
"Its hard to contain my excitement as I prepare for my first ever Paralympic Games in September. You see, I had this dream when I was nine years old to be a professional mountain bike racer, traveling all over the world racing my bike. The feel of the wind in my hair, the strength and skill to get through hairpin turns... " Read More
A little over two years ago, the top officials and coaches with the U.S. Paralympics cycling team didn’t know who Samantha Heinrich was.
That’s OK — she had no idea they existed either.
Many people enter the sport of cycling and are surprised to find out that they want to race competitively. Deanna Hensley and Kim McKewon of Team Holliday Rock talk about their entry into the world of women's racing.
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March 5, 2014
"New to the Women’s road racing scene this year is Team Holliday Rock presented by (p/b) Zoca Cycling Gear. Team Holliday Rock is a part of SkyFlash Racing, founded in 2012 by Todd Willis. SkyFlash Racing is as an amateur elite racing team that competes in southern California local cycling events. Todd’s mission was to promote a team where the members are helpful, approachable and committed to growing the sport..."