Bike Industry News

Bell to Expand Women’s Joy Ride Program

February 28, 2017 Press release 0

Created for all women who love mountain biking, the Bell Joy Ride program continues its mission with the addition of six new ambassadors and four new regions. “In only the first year of the program,

Bike Industry News

Lea Davison Joins Clif Pro Team

January 26, 2017 Press release 0

Davison has been on the upswing lately, earning a silver medal at the 2016 world championships in Czech Republic, and competing in the Olympics for the United States a second time. She is also an

FEATURES

Video: My Kona — Angi Weston

January 18, 2017 Helena Kotala 0

“The world needs more people, especially women and girls, who have more faith in their abilities, on a bike and in life,” says Angi. In this inspiring video, Angi shares her passion as a coach

BIKES

First Ride: 2017 Liv Hail and Pique

November 14, 2016 Dirt Rag Contributor 0

Words: Karen Brooks Photos: Sterling Lorence Women’s brand Liv doubles down on the women’s market with two fresh new models. A group of 20 female journalists from around the world got to sample the all-mountain/enduro

COLUMNISTS

Rusch Job: My Ten Commandments

October 21, 2016 Dirt Rag Contributor 0

Words: Rebecca Rush Illustration: Stephen Haynes A few columns back I wrote about my definition of winning and defiantly stated that it had little to do with a podium and more to do with personal

INTERVIEWS

Catching Up With: Anne-Caroline Chausson

October 7, 2016 Dirt Rag Contributor 0

Words: Trey Richardson Photo: J. Barety Anne-Caroline Chausson—who has won 19 World Championships, more than any other cyclist in history—suddenly fell ill in 2015 during round four of the Enduro World Series and disappeared from