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WWR: April 15th

Here’s a look at all of the helmeted and highly visible riders who arrived at HQ last week. After not riding outside all winter–I still had fun getting back on the bike–especially with above zero temps, lingering daylight and dry streets. Looks like we’ll have two out of three of those tempting conditions this Tuesday, so why not put some air in your tires, charge up your batteries, and join us for the WWR!

WWR April 8 2014

Photo by: Mia

Meet at HQ at 8 p.m. and put your best foot forward.

fearless spring fashion

Fashion by: Kate


WWR: April 8th

No1489 Spring flower bicycle

Image from: Free Vector VIP

I’m gonna go out on a limb and state that Spring has arrived!

Time to get outdoors on a bike. What time?  8 p.m. at HQ of course.

Lovin’  the longer hours of daylight, but let’s not get crazy–you still need to ride with lights.

WWR: March 25th

bicycle nail artI think this is what happens when you spend the winter indoors just thinking about cycling instead of actually getting on your bike. See the entire article from the website Total Women’s Cycling–Beauty and the bike: Nail Art

Will there be women riding outside in Altona tonight?


WWR: March 18th

bikesonthedancefloor Our fearless leader and her partner-in-crime take over the dance floor at the clubhouse.

In case you missed it (like me), you can see more fab photos of this dynamic duo–taken during the ABES Winter Bike Fest

Could these kind of activities take place tonight?  What’s the plan, Cheryl?

WWR: March 11th

winter at HQ

Just a scene from HQ … memories!
What’s the plan for tonight, Cheryl?

WWR: March 4th

Photo from the Edmonton blog: breakingchainstakinglanes

Photo from Edmonton blog: breakingchainstakinglanes

Who’s up for a ride tonight?


bicycle curling sweater

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Here’s another way to make cycling an indoor activity: wear your best sweater to the curling rink. I’m quite into curling this year–especially because it’s a winter sport that manages to avoid strong headwinds. I’ve completely given up on trying to cycle outside this winter…I admit, I have been beaten down by the polar vortex. In fact, the last time I ventured outside on my bike was February 4th when Cindy invited WWR participants to come in from the cold and watch cycling–indoors.

We watched cyclocross, we ate chips, we sampled Joanne’s homemade salsa but left her gluten-free beer alone, and Cindy taught me a lot about European geography. Warm good times. Many thanks to Cheryl, Cindy, BikeJo and anyone else who has been keeping the WWR alive on the streets of Altona, even as Manitoba experiences our 2nd coldest winter in 120 years.

No doubt those keeners will be riding outdoors again this Tuesday night (Feb.25th) — meet at HQ at 8 p.m.   … right Cheryl?

Also–don’t forget to check the ABES blog for info about their upcoming Winter Bike Race: AWBR

You can stay indoors and re-live all the fun of last year’s winter event by clicking here