The 2013 Furnace Creek 508 team Persian Onager is racing for the Bahati Foundation. Each team in the FC 508 must race for the awareness of a charity and Persian Onager, Tonya Bray and Noah Kanter, along with support crew Laura Smart and Ron Matty have chosen the Bahati Foundation. The team, who are racing in memory of […]
Kale is the ultimate SuperFood, an anti-cancer food packed with vitamins and minerals and cell-coating arsenal.
I fell in love with Kale at a quaint little pizza joint called The Luggage Room in Pasadena, California.
In a bold move, Lazer Helmets has equalized the men’s and women’s prize purse at CrossVegas, the largest cyclocross race in North America. Due to regulations in cycling, Women’s prize purses in cycling are typically a small percentage of the men’s. The race, held during Interbike, is slated for Wednesday, 18 September 2013 in the […]
I unfurl my yoga mat onto the cool concrete of the patio. I assume Thunderbolt position, sitting on the tops of my feet, and I take a deep breath. To my left, my road bike, a gear bag, tool bag, backpack filled with electronic devices, cooler bag filled with bottles of Skratch and rice cakes, […]
Summer was filled with thrills and spills, food, fun and many, many miles of smiles.
Dear mtbchick, I am a beginner rider wanting to buy a mountain bike. I’m researching bikes, and I don’t know if I should buy a women’s bike or a men’s bike. Please help! -Confused Dear Confused: You are not alone in your state of wonder when it comes to whether or not you should buy […]
At mtbchick, yoga is an essential part of life. The energy, beauty and strength yoga imparts to the daily routine drives us to take better care of ourselves and our surroundings. Yoga is beautiful because it can be what each practitioner chooses– a religious ceremony, an athletic endeavor, a meditation, a stretch, a workout, a […]
On the Southern edge of the Tennessee border, a small town by the name of South Pittsburg whirs with the sounds of a foundry, of melting pots, sand blasting and seasoning machines. It is here where cast iron and steel cookware are created by American craftsmen. True local and artisanal kitchen wares for even the most discerning consumer are designed and manufactured every day.
I was fortunate enough to receive an invitation to ride with the Skratch Labs team at the 2013 24 Hours in the Old Pueblo. The people who make up Skratch Labs are an amazing and like-minded group of people. I enjoyed every moment of the weekend. Even the drama. A 24 hour race is rarely […]