Thoughts on rebuilding the USWCDP web site

New Web SiteWhen I was approached about designing a new site for the USWCDP, I took it as a major compliment. My excitement wasn’t that I got to put together a new web site, it was the cause I got to work with. It is my pleasure to be associated with this program and the community that make up the women’s peloton. The people I have met give me inspiration and hope. I am thankful that my eight-year-old daughter has these women to look up to. I hope this site does them justice.

This site belongs to you. Please take time to give me feedback. Not only on the look, but also the content. We are here to further the voices behind women’s cycling so please speak up and be heard. If we take the time to connect the fans, cyclists, race promoters, sponsors, and teams, we can create the same sort of synergy that comes from riding in a pack.

The short video at the bottom of this post shows some of the evolution we went through when working up the design for this site. It is the perfect example of working together for a common purpose. I wouldn’t have this design without a lot of feedback from a lot of people.

The work I do for the USWCDP is dedicated to my daughter, Maya, and wife, Casie. They are amazing human beings and I learn from them daily. It is my hope that the energy I dedicate to serving women’s cycling will help push women’s cycling to the same level as that other side of the sport. Maybe when Maya is making decisions on her life-pursuits, equality will cease to be something women have to fight for. Until then, I will keep pushing the pace. Pedal on up here and take a turn at the front. I think we will all be amazed at what we can do.

With deepest regards,
Doug LaMunyon
d.lamunyon@uswcdp.org

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2 Responses to Thoughts on rebuilding the USWCDP web site

  1. Paul Adams says:

    Nice Job on the website.. Very Pro!

    • dlish says:

      Thanks Paul. Could use some of your wife’s excellent photography if she takes some pictures at the Iron Horse!