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Women’s Cycling

To Amy, Chelsea, all the Betis, the volunteers, and the sponsors, I can not thank you enough for empowering women and providing this amazing event for me to share with my daughter....

My list of the things I wish I had known before my first races. This list could have thousands of tips on it, so add your own in the comments....

Motivational Monday is an on going series highlighting stories of women like you and me. Today, we are talking with Neela Fleckenstein, a 33 year-old engineer from Greenville, South Carolina. She started cycling in 2011....

The greatest gift this season is my health. I'm looking forward to skiing on Christmas Day, celebrating the evening with Bike Shop Girl's family, and maybe a few more road miles to start off 2015. Happy Holidays and Cheers to Health in the New Year....

Daily race reports of the 2014 Breck Epic from Amy Thomas of the Yeti Beti MTB Team.

Three down, three to go!!

While the major goal of this week is to get through all 6 stages, there was one stage in particular that has caused some PTSD since 2010. As the name suggests, the Circumnavigation of Mount Guyot is not the shortest point from A to B. It's a BIG day, lots of steep, unrideable (for most of us) climbing, with some of the gnarliest technical descents in the county. On fresh legs, these trails are brutal. Coming on day 3, it makes it all the much more trickier to not make mistakes.
Daily race reports of the 2014 Breck Epic from Amy Thomas of the Yeti Beti MTB Team. Day 2 of Breck Epic defines the perfect pairing of ebb and flow. It's the Colorado Trail stage and that name says it all. If you only have ONE trail to ever ride in Colorado,  ride ANY section of the Colorado Trail. It's all amazing and you will be rewarded for your efforts.