Stella Carey

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Stella Carey
Personal information
Full name Stella Carey
Born  United States
Team information
Discipline MTB & Cyclo-cross
Role Rider
Rider type Single speed

Stella Carey is an American mountain biker and cyclo-cross racer. She is known for racing a single speed mountain bike. She began racing in 1994. She turned professional in 1998. She has raced for Nevada City, California-based Kelly Bicycles since 2001. She won the Single Speed World Championship in 2000 and 2002. She is now a math teacher for Scotts Valley High School in Scotts Valley, California. Stella teaches Pre Calculus, IB Math SL, and Honors Pre Calculus. She has an obsession with owls. Stella has roots in central Connecticut, her Father Stephen, stepmother Marion and her siblings Elizabeth and Stephen B. Carey all hail from New Britain.

Personal life[edit]

Although biking is still a hobby and passion, Carey has moved on to teach IB Math at Scotts Valley High School. She has published her own book, Barron's IB Math SL.[1] She is one of the highest level math teachers at SVHS, and enjoys owls.

Major wins and placings[edit]

  • 2004 and 2003 Cream Puff Classic
    • Single Speed Champion
  • 2002 Single Speed World Champion
  • 2002 Hours of Adrelaline Solo World Championships
    • 3rd place
  • 2002 24 Hours Of Adrenaline Solo National Championships
    • 2nd place
  • 2002 Shasta Lemurian Classic
    • 1st overall (on a one speed noless)
  • 2002 Central Coast CycloCross Series
    • 2nd overall
  • 2001 NorCal Cyclocross points leader
  • 2000 Single Speed World Champion

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