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BREAK FREE, BE PRESENT

How often do we get stuck in to do’s, should’s, can’ts? How relieving it is to accept that we are imperfect, that our minds ramble, that we are ...

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On March 24, 2015

HOW TO ADJUST YOUR BIKE FOR COMFORT & EFFICIENCY

On January 16, 2015

The Triumphs (And Humiliations) of My First Ultramarathon

On October 22, 2014

TRUSTING THE PATH

On October 14, 2014

ARTICLES OF NOTE

On October 13, 2014

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    HOW TO ADJUST YOUR BIKE FOR COMFORT & EFFICIENCY

    Bike fit – the key to vanquishing chronic injuries and wasted energy when you ride. Simple adjustments to your seat, handlebars, and pedals can make a world of difference, Ladies, but what adjustments should you make? Welcome the glory of Youtube how-to’s, which have added basic bicycle fitting to our list of self-taught skills! The video below has some great tips for ...

    On January 16, 2015 / By
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    ESSENTIAL GEAR FOR FALL RIDING

    Ahhh, Ladies! That runny-nosed and rosy-cheeked chilled breeze? That encompassing waft of wooded fireplaces? Those unexpected gusts that wobble wheels and whirl leaves like the shaking of a snow globe? That’s Fall!! Pedaling in this atmosphere is to experience, through all of our senses, the shifting of our world and rotation of seasons. It’s like the world is reminding us of our own potential ...

    On October 28, 2014 / By
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    The Triumphs (And Humiliations) of My First Ultramarathon

    Allo, Ladies & Lady-lovers! Check out my first article published over at Ravishly.com: an awesome website written by awesome Ladies! I’m so grateful to be able to contribute to the site, and look forward to sharing more of my awkwardness of living with everyone 🙂 So here it is – the embarrassment and joy I discovered while suffering through my first Ultra: ...

    On October 22, 2014 / By
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    ARTICLES OF NOTE

    Happy holiday Monday, Ladies & Lady-lovers! Here’s your internet interestingness to launch an inquisitive week! 1) BRINGING BREAKFAST BACK The food may be delicious (scrambles and benedicts and biscuits, oh my!), but I’d have to agree with this opinion piece from the NYTimes – the peaking popularity of wake-up-at-noon, binge-until-coma, peter-pan-non-adulthood brunch culture may finally be on its way out. The new ...

    On October 13, 2014 / By