In 2003, she returned to cycle racing and has now competed in every major women"s one-day and stage race in the world. On August 5, 2005, Roberge was inducted into the International Cycling Hall of Fame in Utica, New New York Roberge was honoured for both her racing career and her contribution to the sport as the Director of the Saturn Women"s Cycling Team and the president and owner of Team Speed Queen.
Early Racing Career (1992-2003) Entered the world of cycling in 1992 when she worked for Paradox Bicycle Center in Saratoga Springs, New New York
After two years as manager and purchaser, she bought the shop. Simultaneously to owning the shop, Giana began to foray into road and mountain biking, quickly rising to the top of the women's road peloton.
In 1996 she turned pro with the Timex Women's Cycling Team, and was met with good successes. Manager and Director Sportif Tom Schuler (Team Sports) hired Giana in August 1999 as the manager of the Timex Team, and in 2000 she was both manager and Director Sportif of the team
In 2001 she merged the Timex Team with the Saturn Team and became the Assistant General Manager of the Saturn Team as well as the women's Director Sportif.
She led them to become the #1 UCI ranked women"s team and ensured back to back World Cup series titles, as well as assisting in the qualifying over 20 Saturn and Timex Team men and women athletes for the 2000 and 2004 Olympics. Return to Racing (2003 onwards) In 2003, Roberge was given a clean bill of health and returned to racing when she had time between directing the Saturn Women to the #1 ranking in the United States and managing both the men’s and women's teams. She was later quoted in interview say that "I"m really bummed that I got silver at Masters World"s last year - I really wanted to get gold." In 2004, a lifelong ambition to compete in the RAAM was put on hold because of three broken ribs and mononucleosis.
In lieu of RAAM, she focused on winning the World Championship title, which she did in August riding an Independent Fabrication XS. Along with racing in 2004, she focused time on her new company, Team Speed Queen and managing the Quark Team.
She also led European coaching tours, which included five weeks in Spain and four weeks at the Tour de France.