In 2017, the four of us met while racing each other and hatched the idea to create a team together after seeing that there are limited avenues for women who wish to seriously pursue a competitive UCI schedule. The four of us are all extremely driven, both on and off of the bike. We want to make a statement in the industry that it is possible for women to have careers as well as race at a high level! Our goal is to become a household name in which we inspire and empower more women to ride bikes. Eventually, we would also like to serve as a channel for young women to develop and compete at the elite level. We plan to do this through various clinics, race weekend “Meet the Pros” talks, as well as local involvement within our mountain bike communities. We will be a team of approachable women who can support female riders of all ages, whether or not the plan to race or enjoy riding bikes for the adventure, which we also love! Currently, all four of us are involved in some sort of coaching or NICA so we will expand our current skills.
Races and Events
Whether you like to ride your road bike along winding country roads, grind your singlespeed up the sides of veritable earthen skyscrapers, or push and challenge yourself up, down and … Continue reading Gear Gossip: KMC Chains
With a good night of sleep and breakfast cassoulet in my belly, I was ready to tackle the final stage of the Quebec Singletrack Experience. Today, we rode the Enduro … Continue reading Stage 7: It’s Bittersweet to Become a Que-Biker
To get to Quebec Singletrack Experience stage today, we abandon the lux coaches for a school bus that would be capable of getting up the Shannahan. It instantly set a … Continue reading Stage 6: No wonder Neilson Trail in Valle Bras-du-Nord is considered one of the top 10 MTB trails in the world.
Today’s Quebec Singletrack Experience stage took us to the resort town of Lac Beauport where permission was granted from 68 private land owners for us to ride a circumference of … Continue reading Stage 5: And Some Days are Hard, too
Sandwiched between two big days of the Quebec Singletrack Experience was Stage 4 at Lac Delage. Have you heard of it? Yes, then you must be a fat biker. The … Continue reading Stage 4: An Easy Day, Quebec Style