Kathryn Bertine

Kathryn Bertine is a writer, athlete, activist and documentary filmmaker.

On the bike, she’s a 3x Caribbean Champion, 6x national champion of St. Kitts and Nevis (SKN) and former professional cyclist from 2012-2017. Bertine raced her final season with 2016 UCI World Tour Team Cylance Pro Cycling. She previously raced for the U.S.-based BWM/HappyToothDental (2015), the U.K.'s Wiggle-Honda (2014), and U.S. Team Colavita/Fine Cooking (2012 & 2013). As a dual citizen, she also raced for the St. Kitts and Nevis National Team for 9 years. Bertine has garnered two top 10 and six top 20 UCI finishes and has competed at eight world championships.

While she retired from professional racing in 2017, Bertine remains active in both cycling and equality activism. A native of Bronxville, NY she lives and trains in Tucson, AZ. She holds a BA from Colgate University and an MFA from the University of Arizona. After retiring from professional racing in 2017, Kathryn has founded the Homestretch Foundation. Combating salary inequity and assisting female professional athletes with housing in Tucson.