Female Cyclist Lael Wilcox Beats EVERYONE to Win Trans Am Bike Race

The bike backing extraordinaire just took first place By: Michelle Arthurs-Brennan RideWriteRepeat 22nd June 2016 Share At the start line of the 7,080 kilometre Tans Am Bike Race course in America there were nine women in a field of 66 intrepid hopeful riders. Today, the first rider crossed the line – and it was Lael... Continue Reading →

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Traffic School for Ticketed Cyclists! Reduce those fines & learn to ride safe with Bike East Bay

https://bikeeastbay.org/BikeTrafficSchool#3   Bicycle Traffic School FAQ Bike East Bay, in partnership with the California Bicycle Coalition, helped pass the Bicycle Traffic School bill (AB 902) in 2015. This allows people ticketed for a vehicle code violation while bicycling in California to attend a class and have the fine reduced or removed. Below you can find answers to frequently asked... Continue Reading →

Team Rwanda’s Only Female Rider

  Team Rwanda’s Only Female Rider: I find freedom on the bike and prejudice off it The story of an inspirational rider, and the team that hopes to free more women by bike Emily Conrad-Pickles 10th February 2016 Team Africa Rising is growing from strength to strength, despite its difficult environment. Yet still they have... Continue Reading →

These Young Mechanics Are the Next Generation of Bike Repair

http://www.bicycling.com/culture/people/these-young-mechanics-are-the-next-generation-of-bike-repair?cid=soc_BICYCLING+magazine+-+bicyclingmag_FBPAGE_Bicycling__ Culture people These Young Mechanics Are the Next Generation of Bike Repair Don't let their age fool you—these wrenches have some serious maintenance skills By Caitlin Giddings March 10, 2016 Nayla Hale (left), 16, and Khori Wilson, 13, told us about their journeys from repair newbies to master mechanics.  Photograph by David Johnson On... Continue Reading →

As Cycling Gains Traction in Africa, When Do Women Get to Ride?

https://www.africa-talks.com/2015/08/08/as-cycling-gains-traction-in-africa-when-do-women-get-to-ride/ August 8, 2015 As Cycling Gains Traction in Africa, When Do Women Get to Ride? Riders from Eritrea Broke Barriers at the 2015 Tour de France. Will they pave the way for women cyclists? Salem Solomon Through sheer grit and determination, Eritrea’s Daniel Teklehaimanot and Merhawi Kudus became the first black Africans to compete... Continue Reading →

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