If you’re wondering whether the Pura Vida Mavericks is finally the community of women you’ve been searching for and are meant to ride with, please join us for a social evening of chats, vino, women and cycling.
You will get to meet some of the Pura Vida Mavericks as we launch the 2018 cycling season for women in Barrie, Ontario.
We are starting the evening off at the Trek Bicycle Store Barrie and finishing over a glass of wine at Canvas & Cabernet.
We are a friendly bunch and welcome ALL abilities to our community of women who love to cycle and are there to answer any of your questions or concerns.
It’s going to be a fun night celebrating women and cycling!
AND if you sign up or have signed up already for a clinic or the Mavericks Membership, you’ll get to shop at the Trek Store with special discounts. Exciting!
If you're on Facebook, please RSVP by clicking 'Going' on the event page. Here is the link.
See you there!
Ever head out on a ride and the wind is just NOT working in your favour?
I have a feeling you might be nodding your head. That damn wind!
This week's Teachable Tuesday is on what to do when it's windy and you're heading out on a solo ride.
Check out what I have to say about this in my video below.
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Thank you Paige! That was very informative. You presented everything in such a humble, friendly and thoughtful manner drawing from your own personal experience. It's nice to know that women are so supportive, helpful, honest, and caring. ~ Trish Marck
All the things I wish I had known when I first started cycling
This Beginner's Guide For Women Who Ride is a unique cycling guide for women.
In this guide I share with you ALL the things I wished I had known when I first started out in cycling.
If you have heard anything about my cycling history then you know I started out riding with a bunch of guys!
I had to learn most things the hard way OR the uncomfortable way.
Like the time one of the guys told me that I wasn’t supposed to wear underwear under my cycling shorts.
And another time when I was gently informed that they could see my bum crack in certain light and that it was time to retire THAT pair of cycling shorts for the trainer.
I know right? Mortifying!
Pretty much everything that could happen has happened and it is why I created this guide so it doesn’t have to happen to YOU!
In this guide you will find sections entitled:
What women have said about this guide is that I talk about all of these topics in a friendly and thoughtful manner drawing from my own personal experience and stories. I explain things in plain language and present all the information in a humbled, supportive, helpful, honest and caring way.
Love your photos and you do a great job explaining things in plain language - so many cycling websites and articles contain a lot of jargon. Thanks again. ~ Jeannie Kealey
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