Molly Cameron

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Molly Cameron
Personal information
Full nameMolly Cameron
NicknameCam Cam
Born (1976-08-28) August 28, 1976 (age 46)
Wichita Falls, Texas[1]
Team information
Current teamPortland Bicycle Studio
Mountain bike racing
Rider typeAll-Rounder
Professional teams
2006Vanilla Bicycles
2007Vanilla Bicycles
2008Vanilla Bicycles
2009Portland Bicycle Studio
2010Portland Bicycle Studio
2011Oh Boy! Oberto
Major wins
2004 Cross Crusade Singlespeed Series

Molly Cameron (born August 28, 1976) is an American professional cyclo-cross racing cyclist who rides for Portland Bicycle Studio. She was the first openly transgender (MTF= Male to Female) athlete to compete in a (Men's Category) UCI Cyclo-cross World Cup, and is an acknowledged vegan athlete.[1][2]

Cameron won the 2004 Cross Crusade singlespeed series and has been racing at a pro level ever since. She has competed in cyclo-cross races in the US and Europe at the elite racer level.

Cameron has long identified as a woman, but has raced in the elite men's scene since 2008.[citation needed] Because Molly does not restrict her male-born testosterone, she is ineligible to race in elite women's events.


  1. ^ a b Bradley, Saul (March 9, 2006). "Molly Cameron - Cycling". OrganicAthlete. Retrieved July 29, 2018.
  2. ^ Willis, Charlotte (October 2, 2015). "Ten of the best plant-powered athletes". The Vegan Society. Retrieved July 29, 2018.

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