Kristin Fleschner

Privateer • Road & Track • Terre Haute, Indiana

"Traveling any other way with a tandem is next to impossible! allows me to train and race all over the U.S. with my own tandems. When I've previously traveled with my tandem on an airline, I had trouble finding an Uber or Lyft that would take a tandem case in their car, and since I'm blind, renting is impossible. takes this stress off my shoulders and allows me to focus on racing."

In 2020, Kristin Fleschner is trying to qualify to represent the U.S. at the Paralympics. Along the way, she'll be aiming for top performances at races like the Para-cycling Track & Road World Championships. In the midst of losing her sight, Kristin attended Harvard Law School where she produced a documentary called "Blind Ambition." Her guide dog, Zoe, is a nine-year-old yellow lab from The Seeing Eye and has traveled to approximately 20 countries with her. Kristin has lived in southern and eastern Africa, and her career has focused on ending violence against women and education about blindness and disability.

Career Highlights

- 2018 & 2019 U.S. Para Road Cycling National Championship Gold Medalist
- 2018 & 2019 U.S. Para Road Cycling Time Trial National Championship Silver Medalist
- 2019 U.S. Para Track Cycling National Championship Bronze Medalist (1km & 3km events)

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