Riding During Pregnancy

Along for The Ride, Reflections on Pregnancy It was early December and the sun was just peaking over the horizon of palm trees and wooden panel homes.  I rode my bike to work and wondered to myself, I would know right? The question loomed in the back of my mind all day while I taught,…

Moab in the Desert Rain

“This is the sense of the desert hills, that there is room enough and time enough” – Mary Hunter Austin My first official “riding trip” was in the fall of 2018, when my husband and I took a red-eye flight from Hawaii to San Francisco, San Francisco to Salt Lake City and then drove 4…

She Rides, Interview with Dirt Bike Danger aka Maiah Hamocon

She Rides is a series of interviews with inspirational women trail riders.  This week we interview rider Maiah Hamocon.  Maiah, also known as Dirt Bike Danger, is an amateur EnduroCross and trail rider, social media influencer, digital video creator and full-time student studying aeronautics maintenance technology. At only 18 years old, the Maiah is not only a…

Finding the Right Dirt Bike – 3 Great Bikes for Women

Lets face it, dirt bike manufactures just didn’t have the female form in mind when designing their bikes. Yes, we can get custom graphics and gear, but what about a bike that is the right size and powerful enough for a woman? Typically we are the ones left to make the adjustments to make our…