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James Wilson

Not just relating strictly to your pedals, James Wilson has some great points about equipment enhancing or covering up technique.

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For so many of us ladies out there that statement all about sums it up!  Girl Bike Love.  At the recent Interbike Bike show in Vegas we had 5 minutes on Friday to catch up with the creator of GirlBikeLove.com, Sarai Snyder to find out more about their biking community.

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women biking

Brooke Frieborg and Deb Amorde started Moxie - a Women specific bike clothing company, 3 years ago with a sewing machine, a friendship and a passion to make tops for girls to ride in that were also stylish.  We bumped into them in Vegas at the Women's Lounge happy hour at Interbike and asked them a few questions.

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SpokesWomen and Outdoor Industries Women’s Coalition (OIWC)

Collaborating on Networking Events at Interbike 2012




For any Ladies heading to Interbike put this event in your schedule!

Greenville, SC  (August  27, 2012)

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Contact:  Robin Bylenga, Pedal Chic LLC, 864-201-2378, This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

Greenville, SC -- August 27, 2012.  SpokesWomen, a professional networking group for women in the cycling industry founded by Robin Bylenga, creator and proprietor of Pedal Chic, a women’s specific bike shop and April Lemly, founder of Chicks on Bikes Radio, are excited to announce several networking events at Interbike 2012 in Las Vegas, NV in September.  SpokesWomen and Outdoor Industries Women’s Coalition (OIWC) have teamed up to host two networking events coinciding with the largest annual gathering for the cycling industry, Interbike 2012. Interbike provides an opportunity to connect with the entire industry, discover emerging trends and learn new business ideas at the Interbike University.

SpokesWomen and OIWC are partnering for the second annual Happy Hour and Networking event on Wednesday, September 19, 2012, from 4-6 pm in the Women’s Lounge of the OIWC booth.  Attendees are encouraged to stop by for a drink, network, and learn more about joining SpokesWomen and OIWC-- two women’s groups serving the cycling industry.  On Friday morning, September 21st, the SpokesWomen Launch Meeting will take place from 8 - 9 am in Room 402 at the Sands Expo and Convention Center.  A light breakfast will be served.  Please follow #SpokesWomenUS hashtag for updates on Twitter.

Event sponsors include Primal, Sheila Moon, League of American Bicyclists, Adventure Cycling, Raelynn Miller, Chicks on Bikes Radio and Pedal Chic.

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About OIWC: The mission of OIWC to to promote advocacy, education and resources for women in the outdoor, bike and snowsports industries, with a vision of respect, inclusion and gender equality at every level in the workplace.

About SpokesWomen: SpokesWomen is an association and networking group created to support, empower, educate and promote professional women in the business of cycling.

Pictures from last year’s SpokesWomen event.


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The mountain is now closed for snow sports, which means its time for dirt sports!!  Lets get out biking!!

Interbike 2011 2011-09-16 042

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Winter isn't exactly the most popular time to pick up cycling, but if you're a commuter or just a die-hard cyclist, cold weather and snow won't get in your way. Here are a few tips to help keep you safe and warm from Lifehacker.com

How to dress

Prepare Your Bicycle and Your Body for Winter RidingBefore we look at what you can do with your bike, it's best to make sure you're correctly outfitted for the cold. read more....

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