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Women’s Cycling

Last week I finally received my new Industry Nine wheels that have been on order for about a month.   The same time as the wheels I had ordered a couple Continental tires that I've had my eye on for awhile that no one has used...

Physically, the recovery from my accident has been pretty straight forward. My mom and lady friend (wife in lesbian terms) took care of me in every way possible for the 48 hours immediately following the accident. My legs, left hip and lower back all...

A new main series we will be focusing on here at Bike Shop Girl will be on customer service, the lost art. My hope is to target the companies that are doing it well, and explain what others could be doing better. What Are Your...

Last week I attempted to purchase a lock at the shop down the street from work. Prior to riding down to the shop and wasting a lunch hour I first tried to message them on twitter, following it up with an email to the owner asking what type of locks they had. Quickly, the owner responded but I can honestly say his email didn't lead me to wanting to purchase a lock from them. "We have a mixed bag of random locks (eleven81, Surelock, Kryponite, etc.). Nothing all that exciting but hey there are locks. Those Knog locks sure look interesting."

Originally posted at our sister site : CommuteByBike.com My tri-modal commute to Charlotte has partially changed my perspective of commuting concerns. One of these concerns is clothing which I'll be deep diving in the next few articles. [caption id="attachment_5416" align="aligncenter" width="386" caption="Photo Credit : Outlier"][/caption] Business Attire...

This week on Bike Shop Girl we are covering triathlons and the basics of getting started in this quickly growing sport.  We began the series with "Talk of Triathlons" and then moved on to "Basic Things to Know About Triathlons." Today we are covering the essential equipment or gear I feel with get you across the finish more comfortable and confident.  At the end I will also list things that aren't essential but a good long term investment.
Triathlons are an amazing sport to set a goal for, keep your training varied and there are several short tri's that anyone with basic athletic or active body can complete.  Across the country women's only triathlon events are picking up full steam.  Locally, we have the Rambling Rose Series.  This series quickly sells out and is a great attraction to those women simply trying to finish their first tri or testing out this new sport.  The distances are short : 250 yard swim, 9 mile bike and 2 mile run.

If you live in United States and bicycle, there is a high chance you know about triathlons.  Maybe you've participated in one, have a friend who has or have been asked to do the bike portion of the triathlon. This week we will talk about the...

There is a hot debate going on at Bike Hugger.  Two articles are to be mentioned : The first is "Women as Outcast's in Cycling Industry."  The author goes on to tell about how it was very difficult for his wife to find a...