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Zero to Hundo: Postcards Over the Edge

Zero to Hundo is a personal account of preparing for my first-ever bike race: An unsupported 100-mile gravel race in southeastern Minnesota called the Almanzo 100. In regular posts, I’ll write about everything from the bike I’m riding, to the people … Continue reading


The Women Behind Babes In Bikeland

Babes In Bikeland is an alleycat race for women, transgender and femme (WTF) cyclists. Heading into its seventh year, the race is stronger than ever, attracting riders from around the country. We talked to Kat McCarthy, Laura Kling and Ginny … Continue reading


Babes in Bikeland 6, in the Words of Women on Wheels

Babes in Bikeland riders line up at the start. Photo by Bjorn Christianson. Why should I participate?  Because you can meet other phenomenal women who bike. Because, if you’re new to biking, the entire cycling community wants to show you … Continue reading


Pro Cycling Returns to Three Historic St. Louis Neighborhoods

National and International Professional Cycling returns to Missouri this May with the Missouri Professional Cycling Series (MO PRO).  Featuring three days of racing in three historic neighborhoods across the City of St. Louis, the Missouri Professional Cycling Series is comprised … Continue reading