Whether you’re looking for a new pair of chamois to go under your favorite pair of mountain bike baggies, some padded cycling underwear to wear to spinning class, or a good bike liner short to wear on your bicycle commute to work, you’ve come to the right place. In this article, we share 5 of
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Nothing can make or break a ride quite like a saddle. If your bottom-side isn’t comfortable, the miles can go be verrrrry slowly. Or even worse, you might end up developing saddles sores or soft tissue bruising. Unfortunately, it is hard to recommend a BEST saddle as each woman has different anatomy and different preferences.
A hydration pack is arguably one of the most important and most personal items a mountain biker has. It can quite literally save your life, whether by providing water or in the cases of many, by cushioning your back in a serious crash. Aside from water, a hydration pack carries all our favorite stuff–a cell
A hybrid bike (like the name would imply) is a mix between a road bike and a mountain bike. It has skinny, fast-rolling tires like a road bike, but more relaxed geometry and a flat bar like a mountain bike. A hybrid bike a good option for women who are looking for a “fitness bike”,
Whether you’re ready to invest in your first pair of bike shorts or simply need to add another pair to your expansive cycling wardrobe, we’ve rounded up the best cycling shorts for women. A good pair of padded bike shorts can make a world of difference, allowing you to ride longer in comfort and to
So you’re ready to invest in a road bike, but don’t have a ton of money to spare. No worries, we’ve rounded up what we consider the 5 best women’s road bikes for women — and they are all under $1,000. These aren’t necessarily the lightest or fanciest road bicycles on the market, but they
There are lots of reasons to buy an electric bike, also known as an e-bike. Perhaps you are trying to drive less and get around more by bike. Or, you might be out of shape or have an impairment that makes an e-assist help you meet your goals of riding a century or climbing up
So you want to start mountain biking but don’t want to spend a ton of money to get your first bike. We get it. That’s why we’ve rounded up a list of the best women’s mountain bikes for ladies under $1,000. These bikes will help you get into the sport, and won’t break the bank.
Whether you are shredding DH trails, racing cross-country, or grinding dirt roads, a comfortable and high-performance shoe is vital for having a good time. The best shoes provide efficient power transfer to the pedals, are comfortable to walk in, and don’t have any weird pressure points. We’ve collected three of our favorite women’s mountain bike shoes
I’m sure you’ve noticed it out on the trail: more and more ladies are rocking a fanny pack rather than a traditional back-pack style hydration pack. And now you are curious too. I was right there with you. After resisting the fanny pack trend for a while, but seeing all my friends use them, I