It's on! THE party for the masters ladies at Nats.

DROP BY anytime Wed, Dec 8, 6:00 - 8:30 p.m, McMenamins' Rambler Room, 700 NW Bond St, downtown Bend

FREE hors d'oeuvres. Prizes.

ENTRY $3 suggested donation.

HEAR Meredith Miller talk at 7:00 p.m.

RAFFLE at 7:30 p.m.

CONNECT. LEARN. GROW. MEET women who talk bike.

Mistress of ceremonies: Winona Hubbard

Check here often for more info and updates.


Additonal info:

What to do with YOUR GUY - drop him off at our convenient YOUR GUY Day Care © (the pub next door - inside the same building as the party). While dining on nutritious snacks (pretzels and chicken wings), YOUR GUY can meet new playmates (other guys) while being entertained with stimulating and educational activities (sports TV).

Food - in addition to the free hors d'oeuvres, dinner can be ordered. Menus will be on tables around the room. And of course there will be a full no host bar available.

Tuesday, November 30, 2010

roll on buddy

Rolf Prima and sturdy bitch will be distributing some prizes again this year. They make great wheels and cute accessories. Thanks for supporting us!

Sunday, November 28, 2010

read all about it

Just got a box full of goodies from Cyclocross Magazine. Feels like Christmas!

Friday, November 26, 2010

take the little white pill

My husband and I have been using Sport Legs for years. They work. Try a race without it. Then do another race with them. You'll feel the difference. Thanks Sport Legs for supporting women's cycling for the second year in a row!

Wednesday, November 24, 2010

i love this stuff

It's great having a sponsor you really believe in. Voler wears like iron, the fit is perfect and I wouldn't have anything else for my kits. Win some kit at the raffle. Thanks Voler!

Tuesday, November 23, 2010

"the Blue is quick, responsive and loves to corner"

Jill Fattor, masters racer - Here is my BLUE story:

Last year at the fabulous Masters Women's CXing Barriers Party Raffle, I was the lucky winner of a FREE Competition Blue NorCross Bicycle Frame. Chance Regina of Competition Blue Bicycles was great to work with. Not only do they have extra small frames, he also let me pick any frame I wanted. Since I race for a frame builder (give it up for Rock Lobster), I opted to get a road frame. I decided to get the AC1 carbon fiber frame, a sexy little red number that can only be described as HOT!

I had the frame built-up and took it on it's maiden voyage in the hills of Berkeley. The Blue is quick, responsive and loves to corner. This bike is definitely what my more uncouth friends would call "a Dude Puller". While on my ride, I had SEVERAL people comment on the beauty of the Blue. One of the commentators even rode with me all the way back over the Berkeley hills! I was not on the market at the time (and hopefully won't be soon), but if I am, I know what to do.

Monday, November 22, 2010

feeling lucky?

Win this! Last year Jill F. did. She is now a complete woman. Thanks for supporting women's cycling Blue!

Saturday, November 20, 2010

win a bike; change your life

And here's the gorgeous bike that Kate won. Jason Quade (above), one of the builders, personally delivered it to the party. Thanks Jason!
Good fortune gets cyclist racing; Bend woman wins bike frame, starts successful cyclocross run | | The Bulletin

Kate Dunning, a volunteer at CXing Barriers 09, won a bike in our 'little' raffle. She was so thrilled, she went on to take up cross racing the following season! Previously she had never raced bicycles at all. The bike was custom made by Allen Lucas and Jason Quade of Abby Bicycle in Bend.