Even though I always have my phone with me, being able to fix a flat tyre in training is crucial so you don’t get stuck somewhere. Also - if you’re out riding with a group, you’re not getting popular, if you never bring the essentials for fixing a basic mechanical like a flat tyre.
This cup was a present from a friend of mine, who I unfortunately don’t get to see that often. I love the design of the cup because it’s old-fashioned with a modern touch. I love a good quality coffee and I drink it in the cup every morning (and afternoons too).
In the world of cycling, the rainbow colors are the most prestigious colors you can wear. Wearing the rainbow colors on my Prevail helmet is not only a big honor to me, it also reminds me of the development I’ve made since my first time on a bike.
I crave outside space, fresh air and freedom after being stuck inside all day. I never tire of the Peak District and Cheshire countryside.
I'm Diane from Philly. I got into biking by riding across the country in 2010. Now you can find me on the roads or in the woods every day.
I'm just your average 42 year old trying to find fun ways of not getting fat without hurting my knees.
Originally a runner, triathlon was my gateway into cycling. Once I switched from a TT bike to a road bike I fell in love! There's nothing better than exploring the Front Range by bicycle!
After working outside with kids all week, I hit the trails with my husband, Jake. From the front range of Colorado to Moab as long as I am on my bike I'm happy.
I used to be just a roadie, but after moving to Colorado, I have fallen in love with MTB. There's nothing better than exploring CO by riding incredible single-track!
I am Mountain Bike Marathon World Champion in 2011, 2012 and 2014. It's really a wonderful feeling to be up there amongst the very best, it's super thrilling and really cool.
Passionate cyclist and bookworm, General Manager of Cycle Néron and avid road rider who can be found climbing the hills of downtown Montreal, or exploring in rural St. Bruno National Park.
MTB, Road, XC
20 years in the bike industry has opened many doors in my life. I volunteer with local charities – developing relationships is my great joy.
I love the challenge of riding faster and longer, and group rides help me increase my level of fitness as I ride with competitive riders.
I like CX because you can ride hard for a bit, then stop & have a bath. I'm usually found at the back of races, trying to catch 73-year-olds.
Owned by the road bike, obsessed by hills. I picked up a road bike 5 years ago, it changed my life. Encouraging others to do the same... hope to see you soon.
MTB, Road, Cyclo-Cross
I live in the North of England, surrounded by breathtaking scenery. Time trialist, triathlete, cyclocross, I also produce quirky events!
I firmly believe bicycles change lives. I've raced BMX, and ride/race MTB & road. I co-own Action Wheels Bike Shop, NJ. I simply love to ride.
Mom of 2 boys, 48, banker, with a wonderful husband who supports my mad biking passion. I mainly ride road, but hit the trails when I can.
This editor/writer shares her NYC apt with 4 road bikes, each a totem from dream writing assignments including a 545-mile ride from SF to LA.
Runner turned wanna-be cyclist, I love finding new ways to see the world in motion, plus making great friends along the way.
Author of "Rusch To Glory". Six-Time World Champion. Four-Time Leadville 100 MTB Champ. Firefighter.
2014 was an absolutely incredible year! Six wins, a World Title, and a beautiful wedding. Looking forward to 2015!
Specialized Women's Ambassador. Leadville Trail 100 MTB finisher. Wife, mother of three and ICU RN. My house is not immaculate and it’s probably never going to be because on a pretty day I’m never going to stay home to straighten up. I'm going to be outside riding every time.
I'm a NYC yoga teacher & lululemon ambassador. I teach corporate groups plus classes at Equinox & Pure. I travel by bike because nothing makes me more alive than cycling.
A freelance writer-editor based in Portland, OR, where I can often be found biking to coffee shops around town or cycling in spandex along the Springwater Corridor.