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Biking and the Great Downstairs

Put a group of women mountain bikers together, and there is one topic that will be sure to come up: the lady town, vagina, girl parts, hooha, whatever you want to call it – we all have it, and unless I’m missing something, we all ride with it in full contact with our bikes. Sometimes, I’ve heard girls bring it up with the casualty of ordering coffee, sometimes if comes up in hushed tones, sometimes we talk about it in circles until someone finally addresses the elephant in the room.

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Singletrack Dreams: Part 5 – My Favourite Things

My favourite things… aka how I survived training for the Singletrack 6!

In 24 hrs of writing this, I will be starting the first of seven (six timed) days of riding my bike approximately 50kms a day through Kananaskis Country and BC Rockies singletrack. To be honest, I haven’t yet gotten sentimental like so many of my friends did when starting the BCBR a month prior. But this could be because today is the first time I’ve had a chance to slow down and think about it (Check FB updates for any changes to this).

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My Coastal Adventure with Ryan Leech

Words by Jennifer Clarke

I don’t remember where I first heard about Ryan Leech’s Ride and Reach workshop, but I remember thinking “I am SO in!” providing the dates worked for me. Thankfully they did!

I shared a link to the workshop on my facebook and on the Muddbunnies Riding Club page and enticed a couple more bunnies to join me on the adventure. We had no idea what we were getting into, but we knew that if we were together and riding/doing yoga with Ryan, how could it be anything short of awesome?

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Money Well Spent

Words: Moniera Vania Khan

Last weekend, I spent $350 on two days of splashing around in a  mudbath.  I chewed mud, drank it trying to drink from my hydration pack, blinked it out of my eyes and wiped it off my glasses and my face 100 times.  At  the end of each day, I struggled to wash it out of places you don’t even want to know about. Read the rest of this page »

Another rainy trail day…


On May 4th, Ryder’s Eyewear and the Muddbunnies hosted their second trail day on Dale’s on Seymour. We met at Old Buck Parking lot to kick start our morning with coffee from Bean Around the World and yummy treats from Dar. The highlight was when one of our volunteers introduced himself as Dale, THE Dale of Dale’s trail! It was great to hear about how the trail came to be from the man who originally built it, and to hear his feedback on the work being done on the trail. Fifteen volunteers then biked, hiked and off-roaded their way up to the trail. Read the rest of this page »