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

5 Reasons You Should Use A Menstrual Cup For Cycling: The Menstrual Cup Lowdown from a Fellow Bike Enthusiast

Menstrual cups are a great alternative to the traditional methods of managing your monthly cycle, especially for a woman who bikes, or lives any active lifestyle for that matter. I made the switch a few years ago and never looked back. They have many benefits: cost, convenience, comfort,  environmental impact and empowerment. Cost Over the … 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

Women’s Bicycling Tours and Cycling Vacations

If you love cycling, there’s no better vacation than a cycling vacation.  And if you want some time away from the world, hanging out with a bunch of supportive, active women can be a life-changing experience.  The best of both worlds?  A women-only cycling vacation! Here’s a list of cycling vacations and tours for women.  … Read more

5 Century Rides to Try this Winter

Winter doesn’t have to mean the end of your cycling season.  And no, I’m not suggesting heading indoors to your rollers (although there might be some of that involved).   For many places around the U.S., winter days bring cool, sunny weather ideal for completing a big ride.  Here are five century rides to add to your … Read more