Josie Fouts came into the sport of cycling as an avid commuter working in a research lab. As a congenital amputee, Josie won a pair of gold medals on the velodrome in the 2018 C5 Paracycling National Championships. Ever since then Josie has been on a tear with consistent performance breakthroughs on her journey to the Tokyo Paralympic games and beyond. Josie seeks to not only destroy the competition but also to inspire cyclists and para cyclists alike, fight for more opportunity and equality within the sport and advocate for para mountain biking to soon be introduced into the Paralympics.
road cycling, paracycling