Dirt Series

karengutrath_wheelie drop 1Bringing instruction, camp based with amazing coaches and techinque.  Mountain biking will never be the same for women. The Dirt Series by Rocky Mountain Bikes

If you’re looking to learn new skills, increase your confidence on the bike, or simply enjoy the sport like never before, our mountain bike camps are for you.

Based in Whistler, the Dirt Series by Rocky Mountain Bicycles travels throughout BC, Alberta, Oregon, California, Idaho and Utah. We offer personalized instruction, professional programming, and an incredibly skilled, enthusiastic, and supportive coaching staff.

Our annual schedule features over a dozen women’s only mountain bike camps and clinics, as well as four legendary co-ed weekends. We’re in our eighth year of operation and have taught over 3,500 ultra-satisfied participants.

The Dirt Series by Rocky Mountain Bicycles is a skill development program like no other. Give us a weekend and we’ll improve your whole year.

Building confidence, fueling success, and enriching lives through  mountain biking.

Photos found at DirtSeries.com

2010 Trek Women’s Bikes

Slowly we are seeing hints of 2010 bicycles being released.   Here are a few from Trek Bicycles

7000 Series

wsd10_7000_1310001aThe 7000 series from Trek is a tradition hybrid.  A cross between a mountain and road bike with a great upright fit to it.  The 7000 is the base model from Trek made out of aluminum with 21 speeds, and a shock absorption seat post.

Skye Series

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New for 2010 is the Skye line of entry level mountain bikes.  Multiple levels, with their own naming hierarchy. Four different models and colors ranging from $359 to $639.

Madone 5 & 6 Series

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Added design elements, new levels of carbon fiber and even lighter.  Made in the USA and custom paint or accessorize the road machine for your liking.

Once we know all about the details of more 2010 bikes we will update you

You GoGirl!

Stumbling along the internet like I do most nights I found a link to “GoGirl” on Twitter. It is advertised as

GoGirl1If you camp, you’ll love GoGirl. If you ski, you’ll love GoGirl. If you boat, you’ll love GoGirl. If you travel, you’ll love GoGirl. If you just want to avoid the germs you find in nasty public toilets, you’ll love GoGirl. GoGirl is for active women of all types and ages.

It caught my attention because how often are you stuck somewhere needing to pee horribly and you simply can’t because we have to drop your pants and squat?  I’m always being told to “use a sissy jar” on the long car trips, on the side of a bike trail somewhere or in a concert somewhere when the line is 30 minutes long.

Shortly I should have one in my hands to see how easy, reusable and thought out it really .s

Harlot Habit Short Preview

1591197644_b7eca9235f_mHarlot Habit Shorts - Size MD, Color Black.

The shorts have an amazing material, stretchy but feel very durable. Sizing they seem to be pretty true & the length is perfect. I am very excited about the fact they didn’t mess with the padded liner that many shorts do. Normally you aren’t happy with the liner and tear it out, or if its built in you are stuck with it.

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Back of shorts. Seamless crotch in center.

Shorts have two closures. Velcro and snaps. Easy to take off in a pinch but very secure while in use. The shorts also have belt loops if you want even more backup.

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Tidbits from the company :

  • Seamless and unlined crotch.
  • Shell fabric is a stretch nylon/poly with Dryon finish. The Dryon is water and strain resistant.
  • 4 way stretch inseam
  • Available in multiple colors and sizes

The shorts are subtle enough to wear out after riding or I plan to wear them in the shop. The black color is perfect to hide grease and I can commute in to work with them on! Give me a week or so for a good ride report.