This article will not be telling you how to check your seat height because you shouldn’t do it alone, and you probably don’t know enough to get it perfect. Instead, think of this article as a public service announcement. There is a great chance your bike doesn’t fit you and that isn’t your fault.Read More
In this “Hauling Your Kid by Bike” series I’ll walk you through different ways to carry your kids with you on your bike, the pros and cons of each, and how I ultimately decided on the product I did to help you figure out what fits your needs the most.Read More
On Sunday 26th July 2015, join thousands of women around the world to ride 100km. A global event, ride on your own or join one of the organized rides.Read More
It is very easy to say that I have entered the greatest chapter of my life with the birth of my daughter, Ellington, earlier this year. What I haven’t told you fully is that I stepped out of the full time bike shop world in May to spend most of my days with Ellington.Read More
I’ve been chewing on something for about 18 months and have never really taken action as I didn’t know if it would matter to…Read More
A rundown of the new Mechanic shoe from DZR. Does this shoe hold up to the standards of it’s name? Find out!
A review of the 2015 Raleigh Alysa 4, a women’s city bike from Raleigh.
A straightforward preview of the 37 tool setup in the Birzman Studio Toolbox.
A new lifestyle clip-in shoe from DZR is bridging the gap of style and function.
Today’s Motivational Monday is with Emily Sportsman who considers herself a “cross-vangelical”!
This week’s Motivational Monday is with Jennifer, who empowered herself through bike riding!
This week’s Motivational Monday is with Cait, who has some very inspiring thoughts on how to promote women’s riding.
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.