Mujer Brava has become one of the largest women-only peloton cycling event in the world. It has become a day for women to test their strength, determination and simply to get together and have fun attracting females from dozens of states and countries.
Mujer Brava consists of four distances: 25, 45, 60 and 80 miles. The event now contributes to the American Cancer Society of Puerto Rico and has become a tool to promote the importance of early detection and prevention of breast cancer among women.
In 2012, William Medina, coordinator of the Mujer Brava Event, held a Jersey Design Contest in the School of Fine Arts of Puerto Rico where Julio Emmanuel's Design resulted as the winning jersey.