Ride Like A Girl Cycling

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Enter: Ride Like A Girl

April 5th, 2013, Ride Like A Girl came on the scene in Portland, Oregon. Forty women showed up for our first “Just Coffee” session confirming our hunch that women want to bike. With a passion for helping women get started, we launched with a mission to help women discover the joy of biking; offering coaching, training and social biking opportunities. With the support and help from our friends at Northwest Butts on Bikes Meetup, our sponsor Western Bikeworks, and others, here we are five years later with 170 women, ever-expanding our cycling skills, discovering new horizons and continuing to reach out to newcomers. One way we are celebrating our birthday is with throwback photos to that first year. We hope you’ll follow along and celebrate with us.
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Keep Old Faithful or Buy a New Bike?

Whew, this was a time consuming project – my first podcast! Well…uh, perhaps I should say ‘my first online digital audio file.’ Podcast implies a series of recordings and this girlfriend is not about to commit to a series of anything, especially when it requires endless editing. Nonetheless, my recorded interview with Kate Nelson at Western Bikeworks is finally good enough to share. But let’s call it a podcast anyway, just for fun, okay?

I am thinking of the woman who is wondering if it is time to replace the old clunker (bicycle) collecting dust in her garage or if she can manage to get a few more miles out of it. Continue reading