Alison Dunlap

Alison Dunlap

2015 Inductee as Off-Road Competitor

Biography

Alison Dunlap is a champion of both road and off-road racing. Growing up in Aurora, CO Alison discovered a cycling club in college when she was cut from the soccer team. She went on to represent the United States in many world championship events in the disciplines of Mountain Biking and Cyclo-Cross. She won national titles in mountain biking, road cycling and was a 6-time National Champion in Cyclo-Cross. Alison also won the world cross-country mountain bike championship in 2001 and two Mountain Bike World Cup races. She won the 1999 Pan American Games in Mountain Bike Cross Country and also won the Redlands Bicycle Classic on the road in 1996. Dunlap represented the United States in the road race competition at the 1996 Summer Olympics as well as the cross-country mountain bike event at the 2000 Summer Olympics. She started Alison Dunlap Adventure Camps in 2003 and began coaching full-time since 2005 and also runs mountain bike skills camps. Her son Emmett was born in 2010.

Alison Dunlap Career Highlights (Partial Listing)Alison Dunlap
1996 Olympic Team Member – Road Race
2000 Olympic Games – Mountain Bike Cross Country, 7th
1999 Pan American Games – Mountain Bike Cross Country, 1st
2001 UCI Mountain Bike World Championships (Vail, CO) – Cross Country, 1st
1994 Mountain Bike World Championships, US Team Member
1994 World Championships – Team Time Trial, 3rd
1997, 1998 & 1999 Mountain Bike World Championships, US Team Member
2000 Cyclocross World Championships, 7th in 2000, 4th in 2002, 5th in 2004
1999, 2002 & 2004 National Championships – Mountain Bike Cross Country, 1st Overall
1999, 2002 & 2004 National Championships – Mountain Bike Short Track, 1st Overall
1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001 & 2003 National Cyclocross Championships, 1st Overall
2000 & 2002 UCI Tissot Mountain Bike World Cup – 1st Overall
1999, 2002, 2003, 2004 Sea Otter Classic – 1st Overall
1993 Olympic Festival – Road Race, 1st
1996 & 2000 Redlands Cycling Classic – Overall, 1st (and 1 stage win)
1993, 1996, 1997 & 2001 International Women’s Challenge, Stage Winner
2001 Tour of Willamette – Overall, 1st (and 2 stage wins)
Inductee Colorado Springs Hall of Fame 2003
Velo News North America Female Cyclist of Year 1999 & 2002
Moab, Utah for a 5-day skills camp (both Novice and Advanced) http://www.alisondunlap.com