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Wildly Wonderful: 2020 Bike Camp

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Register TODAY!

Early Bird Discount: Save $75 if you register by February 14th, 2020. Use promotion code: RLAG-Early Bird Discount

Every year since 2016 women of various road biking abilities have attended our cycling camp and the feedback is unanimous: “I wish I had attended this sooner.” Recreational cyclists come to camp with a wide assortment of experience and backgrounds. Most have never had a cycling coach or attended a training camp. Some attend spin classes, some may participate in club rides, while others commute to work or bike solo.

Last year two campers had less than one year of cycling experience, a few had been biking for many years, and most were somewhere in between. In spite of the many differences, there was one thing these women had in common: They loved bike camp!

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We hope you will consider joining us this June 11-14, 2020, in the riverside town of Hood River, Oregon, and in the heart of the captivatingly beautiful Columbia River Gorge.

    • Click here to learn more and to register (note: you will be taken to our partner’s website, Bowen Sports Performance, to register).

Here are a few photos from our previous camp, Crater Lake 2019.

See you at camp!


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Bike Camp: What Does it Look Like?

Every year since 2016 we invite women of various road biking abilities to come together for a multi-day, biking training camp experience; put their life on pause, take a few days to focus on themselves and their bike, and learn in a friendly, supportive, professional environment where all you have to do is eat, learn, bike, sleep Continue reading


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Cycle Oregon Riders, You’ve Got Friends

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Girlfriends connecting at Cycle Oregon

The unexpected. It shows up, uninvited, unprepared and unscheduled. As I write, ten named forest fires are wreaking havoc throughout our beloved state parks and national forests throughout the state of Oregon. Washington and Idaho are also engulfed; and newscasters dispense air quality alerts as regularly as mealtimes. Continue reading


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2015 Our Blog in Review

The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2015 annual report for this Ride Like A Girl Cycling blog.

Here’s an excerpt:

The concert hall at the Sydney Opera House holds 2,700 people. This blog was viewed about 14,000 times in 2015. If it were a concert at Sydney Opera House, it would take about 5 sold-out performances for that many people to see it.

Other highlights include:  Continue reading


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Why do We Exist? And Other Important Questions

Finally. I had hoped for a January announcement, but here we are, practically mid-February. Nonetheless I’m ready to spill the beans: Ride Like A Girl Cycling is open for business!!!

2015 is going to be a good year!

2015 is going to be a good year!

I’m going to keep this announcement short and simple, by pointing you to the new “tabs” in this website. They answer some of life’s most important questions:

Go ahead, check out the new content. If you find type-o’s tell me. Better yet, share with your friends the goodness of Ride Like A Girl Cycling and that we are ready with a grand new plan for 2015!

Happy New Year, sorta.

 


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Jerseys and Arm Warmers at 2014 Prices!

A new batch of our signature cycling jerseys and arm warmers are on the way. And as a pre-season promotion, you can purchase them at last year’s prices! In March the price will go up – so take this opportunity to order while prices are at their lowest. Do you need a reason to buy? Okay, here are a few girlfriends who were happy to promote a buy decision and tell you why they made theirs. Skip to “How to OrderContinue reading


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RLAG Exposed!

In a culminating ride for the 2014 season, a team of sixteen women from Ride Like A Girl completed a 46-mile bike ride in The Harvest Century Sunday, September 28.  In a wave of pink, white and black, the women crossed finish line to be greeted by a live camera and reporter Continue reading