Why Women Deserve Better Cycling Clothing With Cassie Abel From Wild Rye

If you’re like me, you’ve discovered that the best women’s bike clothing comes from smaller, women owned businesses.  In this episode of the Femme Cyclist podcast, I interview Cassie Abel, the co-founder of Wild Rye and in a future episode this season I’ll be chatting with Jenn Kriske, the founder of Machines For Freedom. What … Read more

How Little Bellas Is Creating Confident Young Women With Sabra Davidson

Did you grow up riding mountain bikes?  Chances are you didn’t.  But that’s all changing for the current generation of young girls, thanks in large part to Little Bellas.  This amazing organization has spent more than a decade running camps and weekly programs to get girls ages 7 to 18 years old out on mountain bikes, … Read more

7 Tips For Solo Cycling

While many women LOVE going on group rides, there are many others (myself included) who actually prefer to ride by themselves. And even if group rides are totally your jam, there might be days where riding solo makes more sense. Solo cycling allows you to fit in a ride on your own schedule, accomplish your … Read more

You Are More Capable Than You Know With Meg Fisher

Meet Meg Fisher.  Meg is a Paralympic gold, silver, and bronze medalist, ten-time world champion, and a super inspirational woman.  She’s overcome adversity to become a professional cyclist, a physical therapist, coach, and motivational speaker. In this interview, which might be my  favorite yet, Meg shares her story of hope and resilience. And although her … Read more

A Bikepacking Adventure Thru Pakistan, India, and Nepal With Eliza Sampey

Have you ever planned a trip so unconventional and “out there” that your family and friends begged you not to go?   That’s what happened to professional mountain biker Eliza Sampey when she planned her bike and packrafting trip to Pakistan, India, and Nepal.  Find out why she went anyhow in this inspirational episode of … Read more

How to Heal (and Prevent) Saddle Sores

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”) … Read more