Ride Like a Girl (RLG) is a BC-based non-profit that aims to provide mentorship and support for young female MTB athletes. And there are plenty of them here in British Columbia.
Have you been exploring the local forest, strolling along a single-track path? Chances are that those beautiful flowing single-track trails were maintained or even built by a team of community members from the Simcoe County Mountain Bike Club.
School teacher and mountain bike enthusiast, Chris Martin, works hard year after year to give hundreds of youth a lifelong love of cycling in Kamloops, British Columbia.
Former competitive cyclist Mat Thompson rode the Great Divide Mountain Bike Route in reverse, from the U.S.-Mexico boarder to Canada, in just 41 days. With a bicycle, limited supplies and hardcore determination, he braved hills and valleys across America.
With a dual focus on charity and competition, Cal cyclist’s journey represents a triumph of will and endurance
Crystal Haryanto is a sophomore at the University of California, Berkeley. A cyclist and youth leader with World Bicycle Relief (WBR), Haryanto raises funds and awareness of the power of bicycles to help girls in rural areas get to school.
Like nearly every race, the Marji Gesick 100 has also been cancelled in 2020. Here’s a look back at last year.