I started building bicycle frames in my basement in the 80s. I was curious about the frame itself, how it worked, how it was built. Studying the differences between male and female anatomy, I built bikes with proportional geometry and properly sized components for the rider. From there, I built a bike company, Terry Precision Bicycles for Women, which continues to design and market the best women’s saddles and cycling apparel on the market. I’m proud of the fact that I started a movement as the first person to market bikes specifically designed for women.
Today, I’m building bikes one on one, with and for you. I hope I’m part of a movement that encourages women to think for themselves. To be stubborn. To break the rules. And not be afraid to be a pain in the butt sometimes. Susan B. Anthony did. And it turned out pretty well for her.