We talk to Alyson Tuttle to find out more about the woman, the journey and that much-shared list of ten things mountain biking taught her.
Why do women ride in groups? And why should you? Find out with this piece by Betty Gilbert.
Change—the good kind—is afoot in Girls Rock, and Grace Chua is here to tell you all about it.
I met Leslie on the trail, always happy to be riding, and always a positive attitude as she learned new skills as a beginner rider. She told me a little about her business that she started, but it wasn't until I got skin cancer that I became seriously interested in finding out more.
Now that we have made the decision to participate in this incredible 7 day MTB stage race (www.thepioneer.co.nz), now its time to set some goals. While this is called a race, I am obviously not going to be fighting for a podium spot. So, I thought it would be wise to set some reasonable goals for this event. Here goes:
I rode 15 days in a row this week. Why???? Because, after about 4 bottles of wine, myself and Girls Rock ride leader Trynt Young, started to discuss the possibility of signing up for a 7 day mountain bike stage race called "The Pioneer".
The Dirt Series mountain bike camps are seriously one of the BEST things you can do for your riding. I started as a complete beginner 3 years ago and now, after 3 Dirt Series camps in a row, feel like a confident rider.
Welcome to the brand new Girls Rock website! I hope that you will all enjoy having a place to find out about upcoming women's rides and other resources.