About the athlete
Megan began riding bikes with her brother Ryan at the age of eleven in her hometown of California. Two years later she competed in her first race, and by the age of seventeen, Megan was Junior World Champion in not only the road race but both the madison and omnium on the track. Hungry for more, Megan joined the national track team and came away from the 2020 Tokyo Olympics with a Bronze medal in her first ever elite team pursuit, at the ripe old age of 19.
As if this wasn’t enough, Megan is now 3-years in to an Exercise Science and Business double degree at Milligan University, as well as racing on the road in her second year with Team DSM, based out of Sittard in Holland. Megan is a bright, lively and approachable personality. She’s hungry, determined and has her sights set high, with a focus on continuing to develop as a bike rider, finding her niche and representing USA at the upcoming Paris Olympics on both the track and road.