Tag Archives: women

Ladies Ride in San Jose

San Jose Bike Party 2nd Annual Ladies Ride takes place this Saturday, July 23, 2011 at 6 PM.

How Women Rode the Bicycle to Freedom

Wheels of Change: How Women Rode the Bicycle to Freedom (With a Few Flat Tires Along the Way) by Sue Macy. National Geographic published a new book for teens and young adults on the history of women and cycling. [Ad]

1945 cycle chic

Even in 1945, photographers took pictures of women in skirts and dresses on bikes. And even with post-war privation, the women of Paris dressed up for their outings by bike.

Sacramento Grand Prix Women’s Criterium

The Sacramento Grand Prix took place around the Capitol building in Sacramento as a prelude to today’s Amgen Tour of California Stage 1 finish. The winner of the one hour women’s criterium, Coryn Rivera for Team Peanut Butter and Company, is a 17 year old national champion with gold medals in Road, Track and Cyclocross. read more »

Women’s cycling survey

The Association of Pedestrian and Bicycle Professionals asks women and girls to take this short survey to assist them in assessing what factors need to be addressed to encourage women to ride more places more often.