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Women’s Cycling

Empowering women in cycling

Airborne Goblin 29er
BikesBlogWomen's Cycling

With over 300 miles on the Airborne Goblin that I’m riding for the season the bike has been tested.  I’ve ridden the bike to the limits and pushed it, then pushed it a bit more.  Now it is time for a good and fair review for all of you holding

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Interview with Sonya Looney
BlogInterviewsMotivational MondayWomen's Cycling

  Motivational Monday, a Monday tradition at Bike Shop Girl, my goal to keep you motivated and to be striving on the bike even during a hard week or long hours at work. Are you a woman that bicycles? Fill out this easy form and be part of our motivational movement! This

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2011 Burn 24 Hour Challenge
BlogCycling TipsEvent CoverageRaceRace ReportsWomen's Cycling

Several months ago I had a plan going into the 2011 season. It included a duo race at the 6 Hours of Warrior Creek, a solo at the 6 Hour Grind on the Greenway, a ton of riding and then my first solo at Burn 24 Hour.    As any good

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Interview with Jill Homer
BlogInterviewsMotivational MondayWomen's Cycling

This month’s Motivational Monday posts are brought to you by one of my personal favorites, Light & Motion. Between now and the end of June, Light & Motion wants to know who or what in the cycling community motivates  you. All you have to do us leave a comment here

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Georgena Terry
BlogInterviewsMotivational MondayWomen's Cycling

Motivational Monday, a Monday tradition at Bike Shop Girl, my goal to keep you motivated and to be striving on the bike even during a hard week or long hours at work. Are you a woman that bicycles? Fill out this easy form and be part of our motivational movement! This month’s

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cyclingadvice
BlogCycling TipsRideSaddle TalkWomen's Cycling

My Best Advice for Women Cyclist In no particular order these are things I have said over the years to friends, customers and myself.  If you have more advice to add please join the conversation in the comments at the bottom of this page. Research, learn and learn some more

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2010 Raleigh Clubman Review
Bike ProfileBikesBlogWomen's Cycling

A full review of the Raleigh Clubman Bike, including how I made it fit a female cyclist

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PartsWomen's Cycling

After my accident in October I wasn’t able to really test it as it should be tested in a true commuter/road aspect.  A few weeks ago I started using it as part of my daily front light for my commuter.  My first feelings of the light out of the box was superb.  Princeton Tech has great retail product package experience, and they also do a great job with the user interface of the light.  It simply works.

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Bike ProfileBikesBlogWomen's Cycling

  MSRP: $1,199.95 A well built bike for  5 cents under $1,200.   For the person looking to upgrade their entry level bike, getting into 29ers or simply a deal finder that will upgrade the parts as they need. (I fit in the latter.) Weight: 18 inch is 28 lbs

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Bike Shop Owner Tips
BlogCycling TipsWomen's Cycling

A few tips for bicycle shop managers (and owners) from a woman with a strong opinion and over a decade of success.

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