TeamLiv Racing TeqFind
Birth dateAugust 9, 1998
LocationGirona, Spain
BirthplaceTřebíč, Czech Republic
What are some of your favorite places to ride locally?I like living in Girona because there is really nice community of cyclists and everything I need for good training and recovery. There are a lot of nice routes to the sea or to the mountains. Also, a lot of short routes without traffic.
SpecialtySprinter, road race
My Achievements
  • 3x Czech National Champion ('22, '21, '19)
  • 2nd place stage finish, Vuelta a Burgos Feminas '22
  • Starting the 2020 Tokyo Olympics
What is the team atmosphere at Liv Racing TeqFind like?I think the atmosphere is really nice. We are really motivated to have a good season and enjoy it!
What is your favorite event on your calendar?One of my favourite races is Burgos. In 2021, it was my first top-10 in a WorldTour race, and last year it was my first podium. We'll see about this year!
What is your favorite Liv bike?The Liv Langma, I am really happy with this bike.
What is your favorite Liv gear?The Liv Rev Pro helmet fits really well.
Why do you ride?I like have the feeling of progression when I am on the bike. It doesn't matter if it is racing or training, I am just happy when I can do something better than yesterday.
When did you first realize you loved cycling?

I think when I was really young, like 2-3 years old, I really liked riding bikes with my parents and going with them on holidays and trips by bike. We went to mountains and rode our mountain bikes all day with friends. I think this moment made my real relationship with cycling by spending a really nice time with friends and family.

Is there a woman in your life who has played an important role in your cycling journey?All my teammates. They motivated me to be my best in cycling and also in my life.
What do you wish you knew when you were starting out as a cyclist?

I wish to knew that it requires time and enough patience to make my goals real.

Who inspires you?

I don't have special one person who inspired me. But I hope one day I will be an inspiration for someone else.

What does the future of cycling look like to you?I think the future of cycling, especially for women, will be great. Much more races and much more opportunities exist for women cyclists. I think it something that is necessary in cycling - we deserve to have races also in womens versions.