The B4T9 Board of Directors is pleased to announce that the Little Bellas will receive $1,000 from the B4T9 annual Suzanne Rivera Spirit Scholarship. We are very happy to continue our support of this exceptional program that is growing into a national program that grows the sport of cycling for girls.
From RaeLynn Milley: Sue Bergeron and Barbara Zrehigian have been involved in the Nosco Ride for many years as volunteers and as riders; this year they did both…Sue (just days after having an organ removed)diligently worked Deer Creek and barely survived a broken nail in the process:) Barb finished strong this year and had a great time riding her new Sarto!
Lynda Thompson Kelly McLaughlin Julie Kaplan and I all volunteered at the registration and clothing distribution area which meant a 6 am start–ughghg…fo those who didn’t get a chance to see Julie’s amazing quilt you missed a lot–it was mind blowing! Awesomeness on the course our leader Jill Gass supported the women’s ride as she and our other riders have done for […]
As volunteer chair for the Tour de Cure Women’s Series inaugural Northern California event, I am very excited that we are just a few days away from seeing all of our effort come to fruition!
So, how, you may ask did I get involved with this event at this level? I am a passionate advocate for diabetes awareness and signed up as a volunteer in 2012. After riding in the Napa Tour de Cure in 2013 and serving as a volunteer for the Community Initiatives Committee of the Bay Area chapter of the American Diabetes Association, I was invited to participate in a focus group the organization was hosting to determine if such an event was feasible to try. Excited about the idea […]
After a long road race season, my fiancé and I were looking for a challenge to mix up our normal routine. We found the inaugural Santa Barbara Mountain Bike Classic. There were several distances but the 100 mile MTB had a nice ring to it, so he and I registered. The race was to take place just off of highway 154 and meander through Los Padres National Forest. For those of you that have ridden East Camino Cielo, you know just what kind of views I was in for during this race. For those that aren’t familiar, envision being able to see a full mountain range to your left and the ocean to your right. The view is as euphoric as it […]
B4T9er Kim Fuess filed this ride report:
In August, I was looking for a cycling event I could sign up for. I needed a short term goal to stay motivated and keep up my riding/training. On Facebook, I saw a post on the Everest Challenge, a two day stage race, with about 29,000 feet of climbing that was taking place at the end of September. I thought this was exactly what I needed to challenge and motivate me. I had never climbed more than 13,000 ft in one day. This would be 14,000+ ft in less than 100 miles each day. Could I ride over 14,000 ft in one day and then go back out the next day and do the same thing?
Signing up […]