About

Lex Albrecht is a professional Canadian road cyclist.  Lex is a member of the Canadian National Cycling team, and the Professional trade team, TWENTY16 Pro Cycling.  She is the current CHAMPION OF QUÉBEC, multi-time podium finisher at the Canadian National Championships, and has represented Canada on several occasions at the World Championships, and other prestigeous international events.
Born and raised in Barrie Ontario, Canada, Lex moved to Québec at the age of 18, and studied Medical Biology (Biologie médicale) at the Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières.  Lex worked for several years as a research assistant at the Institut National de la Recherche Scientfique. Lex is now based in Montréal, Canada and trains at the PowerWatts Premier Studio in Montréal.
Lex began racing in 2009.  She was introduced to the international cycling scene at the World Cup race in Montréal, the Tour de PEI, and the Tour Cycliste Féminin International de l'Ardèche. She represented Québec at the 2009 Canada Games.  

Lex races full time throughout North America.  She has raced in Belgium, France, Germany, Italy, Sweden, and the Netherlands.

In 2011, Lex was a member of Canada's only women's UCI cycling team, Juvéderm-Specialized Mazda. In 2012 she raced for Optum Pro Cycling presented by Kelly Benefit Strategies, the #1 team on the North American race circuit (NRC).  In 2013 she was the 11th overall in the American classification, when she raced with the American professional team, NOW and Novartis for MS.   In 2012 and 2013 Lex represented Canada at the World Championships.  Lex races for TWENTY16 Pro Cycling in North America.


Lex has been a member of Toastmasters International (public speaking club), enjoys cross country skiing in the winter as an excellent means of cross training, and appreciates a good coffee when the moment is right. Lex is a big fan of exploring new roads, competing in new races, but never passes up the chance to be reacquainted with the people she pedaled beside and the routes she explored on her path to becoming a professional cyclist.


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    1. Looks more like a 2x10 setup - I can see the rear gear cluster.

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