Dig In is often asked to conduct gear reviews. While we acknowledge that comprehensive testing of women's bike products is few and far between, IMBA has to be like Switzerland: neutral. We will never assess and write about specific, branded goods.... Read More / Post Comments
“The first thing is to get rid of the intimidation. We’ve had women show up on bikes that should not be ridden on trails. We will never ridicule that; we’re going to support any woman being on a bike. Some women, if you make fun of them, will never... Read More / Post Comments
By Wendy Sweet, IMBA Customer Services Rep
The saying goes something like this: "There are two types of cyclists: those who have fallen, and those who have not fallen yet." In my 34 years of riding bikes, I have taken my share of spills. When I was... Read More / Post Comments
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