International Business (Tec de Monterrey)
Time Trial, Classics, All-Around
Mexican National Champion - Road ('17, '13, '12)
Mexican National TT Champion ('18, '17, '15, '13, '12 )
Olympian London 2012
From a young age, Ingrid has always been into sports. She tried tennis, track and field, swimming dance, gymnastics, even tae kwon do before she discovered cycling in the summer of 2000. Two years later, Ingrid won her first national road championship. She won silver and bronze medals in the Junior World Track championships in 2011 for the points race and omnium. In 2012, she focused mostly in road and competed in the London Olympics.
Ingrid is the current National Champion for Mexico in the individual time trial =and is hoping to compete for Mexico in the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.
// Q&A with Ingrid
I love the feeling of being free on the bike, the adrenaline and having time for yourself.
What's your motivation to train on those extra tough, cold-weather days?
The compromise I have with myself to be better everyday. Cycling is a tough sport that challenges you a lot, and I love challenges.
Somewhere new, in the middle of nowhere with great scenery and friends.
8 x elite national champ, TT Pan-American Champion, and London Olympian.
National Championships, Pan-American medalists, be better at the World tour level and help the team achieve all of our goals.
When not riding, I like to...:
Bake, spend time with friends, family and my husband.
Favorite warmup song:
I like to shuffle play on whatever is trending at the moment. =)
Favorite post-ride food:
If it's a long hard ride I love the Mexican chilaquiles!
Any advice to future // aspiring cyclists?
If you want something train for it, be patient and never give up!