The Little Bellas Camp is more than just about riding, their focus is not to churn out little racers; instead, the program is aimed at showing girls 7-14 the importance of living a healthy lifestyle, goal-setting, and building teamwork. All of it using mountain biking as the “fun” vehicle to build strong bonds with each other. Their hope is to ensure that the girls remain with the sport beyond their teenage years.
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I wrote this a little over two years after a few friends and I visited Peru. I’m Revisiting and sharing it here in anticipation of an upcoming trip back to the Sacred Valley.
D.C. Area cyclists are lucky to have a new and challenging venue where to test and hone their downhill mountain biking skills. Bryce Resort in Basye, VA (just over 100 miles from Northern Virginia) recently opened and is continuing to expand a network of lift-assisted mountain bike trails that offer runs for both beginner and expert riders.
A compilation of images I shot during the process of putting the book together which didn’t make it into the book…
A few shots from yesterday’s Wednesdays at Wakefield #W@W races.
As I explain in the acknowledgement section of the book I could not have completed it without the help of many people. Throughout the book I have placed a “you may run into” sidebar highlighting an individual who has not only made a contribution to my cycling experience, but who has also impacted the community […]
Best Bike Rides DC is finally here and on sale online; It should be making it to the shelves of your local Bike Shops and Book Stores pretty soon.
Went for a spin on Holmes Run and Dora Kelly Park in Alexandria.
The bike looks and feels great (at least Ari thinks so)
A collection of snapshots I captured during the time I was working on the book; These and many more pictures will grace the pages of Best Rides D.C.