When I started cycling, back in 2017, I hated racing so much. I had no skills, and every week I would go to a local race and get dropped. Week after week, after less than one lap, I would be dropped. I was so scared of being in the bunch, and all I could think about was crashing. Now, here I am 2 years later, racing in Belgium, the world’s hotspot for cycling! I am able to sit in a bunch, and navigate my way through it. My skills aren’t quite there yet, but I am a different rider to 2017 me. Let’s see what 2020 brings 🚀🤩
Merry Christmas from us to you - I cannot thank @pocket.rocket.riding enough for all the fun times we have had in 2019 bringing loads of women specific riding options to you! What an amazing human to ride bikes with🤘🏼🙌🏼👌🏼✨💕.
As we approach the end of yet another year, we look forward to lots more opportunities in 2020 to get people on bikes, tangible connections through doing, experiences and trying something new. We both continue to grow as we learn and encourage you to come on the journey with us 💝 #mcridecrew#ridewithus .
THANK YOU to @morningtoncycles for all your support in all that we do 💪🏼👊🏼 #togetherwecandomore
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@woody_nz showing how fast an e bike can really go.
It's been a big ole week post 3 peaks with all the follow up media admin. Good news is the @pinkbike article @woody_nz and I wrote with contributions from @jemmawells_photo, @digbyshaw and @208media is now up and live. So go check it out and start an argument about bike parts in the comment section. I'd love to hear you punishing opinions on shit that doesn't matter.
Big thanks to the media team this week for keeping things sassy and weird.
It's the #hashtags
This cocktail is the Lynchburg Lemonade. This drink is traditionally made with Jack Daniels. The drink is named after Lynchburg, Tennessee, which is home to the Jack Daniels distillery. Anyways, we used Jameson, but relax we come in peace.
1 1/2 oz. Whiskey
1 oz. Triple Sec
1 oz. Lemon Juice
4 oz. Lemon-Lime Soda
When you work in the bike industry you have an almost unlimited catalog of parts at your disposal. Sometimes, you also find that you want to try the far reaches of component combinations. Ron, our Salsa rep, took a Salsa Beargrease frame, which typically comes shod with 26 inch fat bike tires, decided to try the frame out with 29 inch wheels matched to 3 inch wide tires. The result is a very fun, lightweight, and unexpectedly fast mountain bike. Tell us about your favorite bike experiments🤓 #salsabeargrease