Katie Archibald is rumored to have alopecia or hair loss. However, the professional cyclist has not talked about this by herself.
Scottish racing cyclist Katie Archibald currently rides on the track for Great Britain and Scotland.
Katie Archibald Hair- Does She Have Alopecia?
No information about Katie having alopecia or hair loss is available on the internet yet.
She seems to have hair in every photo and video we can see about the famous cyclist, but her hair is short.
Moreover, Katie has also not talked about this topic in any interviews until now, which has kept it unknown whether she has alopecia or not.
It is also not known whether Katie has alopecia, but she seems to have a problem with hair fall.
Katie is a member of the Great Britain 2-16 Olympic champion and 2020 Olympics silver medalists team in women’s team pursuit.
Meet Katie Archibald Boyfriend
Professional race cyclist Katie has not revealed whether she has a boyfriend or not.
Moreover, she has also not talked about her relationship, so we do not have any idea if she has ever been into any affairs in her life.
Wish I had a more bad-ass, law breaking boyfriend. This one won’t pick me up because of a broken headlight.
— Katie Archibald (@_katiearchibald) January 11, 2014
Back in 2014, Katie shared a tweet saying that she would love to have a law-breaking boyfriend who would not pick her up because of a breaking headlight.
After that, the cyclist has never mentioned anything about her boyfriend or partner in any of her social media profiles.
We can meet her on Instagram under the username @_katiearchibald, where she has gained more than 14.2 thousand followers.
Who Are The Cyclist Parents?
Katie has not revealed any information about her parents on the internet.
However, once, she tweeted saying that her parents moved to Weybridge for a while, and that was where she was born.
Later, her parents moved back North, and therefore, Katie was raised in Milngavie.
Besides, it is known that she was privately educated at The Glasgow Academy and had a sporting background in swimming.
She took up cycling relatively late, taking up competitively in 2011 on the grass track and in 2012 on the challenging track.
Archibald spent 2012-2013 working in the family business named Archers Sleepcentre as a telesales operator.
Later, she was recruited into British Cycling’s Olympic Development Academy in November 2013.