A few months ago I wrote about the bike industry, and especially women’s cycling needs more storytellers. Late last week I received a Facebook message that gifted me exactly that. Facing East isn’t directly about cycling, which to me makes the story even better. It is about using bikes as a tool, and as a vehicle of change.
A quick video outlining the key things that I look at to ensure a bike is the right size for someone.
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Basic run down of the essential gear I recommend for you to carry on your bike from neighborhood rides to longer road rides
Reflecting back on the Colorado Bike Summit and I’m back to the question, “Does my city fit me?” My answer is now a strong yes, but I have to go out and make it for myself. My goal moving forward is to help others find or build these active and livable communities through story telling.
Goals are part of my internal make-up. The shiny threads woven into my unique fabric that keep me happiest in life.
It’s Friday the 13th, it is also my 31st birthday.
The concept of life balance has really come to light as my household juggles a crawling baby, resident life schedule, college classes, and keeping a healthy relationship between all parties. Your belief system around your priorities completely shift once you have children, but a small voice in the back of your heart reminds you not to lose yourself in the mix.
An 8 minute walk through of unboxing a Jamis Xenith Endura 1 Femme, and why pie plates are for the recycle bin. Top tips include what tools are needed, how to install a quick release, and why I loathe pie plates.
There are many trainers on the market these days, and in an effort to add clarity to the confusion I put together a quick guide to the essential pieces that you need to know when buying a trainer.