You’ve been ramping up your miles, training for a big event or logging some epic rides. But now you’re avoiding getting back in the saddle because you’re in pain. It’s not your quads that are screaming, or a dehydration headache, its a painful little sore on your bum. Saddle sores (and other issues “down there”)
In this episode, I interview Georgena Terry, THE first person to market bikes designed for women. She’s the founder of Terry Precision Bicycles and a pioneer in the bike industry. Her most recent venture is Georgena Terry, a hand-built steel bicycle brand. We talk about the origin of Terry, why women’s-specific bicycle design is important,
For the entirety of my adult life, cycling (and mountain biking in particular) has been at the center of my world. Yes, I did all that “grown-up stuff”, but I never let it get in the way of my love for the bike. I had to go to work, but I biked there, and then
For my first ever Femme Cyclist podcast, I sat down with Ash Bocast and Andi Zolton, the founders of Roam Events. Their bike event empire includes Roam Fest, the world’s biggest all-womens mountain bike festival, Roam Retreats, the Rusch Academy, Rebecca’s Private Idaho, and the Sturdy Dirty. Ash is a bike-industry veteran who’s worked
In this episode of Femme Cyclist I sit down with Joanna Zeiger. Joanna is a former Olympian, Ironman world champion, author, coach, and researcher. Yup, there’s pretty much nothing this woman can’t do. I first became familiar with Joanna after reading her fantastic book, The Champions Mindset – An Athlete’s Guide to Mental Toughness.
Recently I asked the Femme Cyclist community what your number one challenge is as it relates to bicycling. Can you guess what it was? Finding time to ride! Yup, it didn’t have anything to do with bike fit, or winter weather, or even flat tires. Women are just struggling to even find the time to