Women and Mountain Bikes

Lindsey Richter

Ride to Inspire My name is Lindsey Richter and I’m from Bend, Oregon. I am the Founder and Director of Inspiration for Ladies AllRide Mountain Bike Skills Camps. These are fun-filled events that bring women together to share the joys of mountain biking while learning in a safe and encouraging environment. I strive to build a strong community and grow the population of female mountain bikers across the globe. I started Ladies AllRide to inspire women to face fears, believe in themselves and change negative thoughts to positive. "At Ladies AllRide We relate mountain biking to life by helping women...

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New CEO, New Adventures

Kathryn Ruttke 3 comments

MEET THE CEO NEW CEO, NEW ADVENTURES With the creation of Wondery in 2016, there was one goal in mind: fill every women with enough confidence to take on any outdoor adventure. In an industry dominated by men, the outdoor adventure world can be an intimidating place for women. We’ve accepted the challenge to break down those barriers and liberate women in the outdoors. With such a daunting goal in mind, it takes a very special type of person to lead the charge. Filled with a vision, creativity, and passion, we’re so excited to introduce you to our trailblazing CEO,...

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Black Leaders in the Outdoors

Cheyenne Chavez

Black Leaders In The Outdoors Black Leaders In The Outdoors Leaders Who Inspire Connecting with the outdoors creates opportunities for mindfulness, healing, and self realization. Many black womxn have seen the lack of diversity in the outdoors and have worked to open these experiences up to all. Their journeys inspire and motivate others to invite diverse representation in the outdoors. We are excited to highlight the work of five prominent outdoor leaders who are continually inspiring change in our culture and in the outdoor industry. Audrey Peterman Audrey Peterman is president and cofounder of Earthwise Productions; and serves on the...

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Art At Work

Cheyenne Chavez 3 comments

A Focus on Sisterhood In Johannesburg, South Africa, young artist Sarah Dahir takes to her iPad to create simplistic, geometrical designs to capture the essence of sisterhood through muted, earth tone pastels. Upon first observation of her digital medium, you would believe Dahir has been doing this all her life, drawing inspiration from human interaction in one of world's youngest major metropolises. However, what had initially started out as a hobby 2 years ago has now become a full time career. "My work centers around black women and sisterhood, aiming to create pieces that invoke relaxation and fun. I’m really...

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7 Photography Tips For Your Next Road Trip

Kat Carney 3938 comments

7 Photography Tips For Your Next Road Trip North America is home to an abundance of wide roads and open spaces making it one of the best continents to explore by car. There is nothing better than taking a back road and finding something you’ve never seen before, a hidden gem off the beaten track. I’m Kat Carney, a professional photographer based in Providence, Rhode Island. Over the last decade I’ve been fortunate enough to travel around North America documenting photo stories for brands, magazines, and newspapers. These days I spend a lot of time traveling to document love stories...

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5 Must Visit Hot Springs in the PNW

Cheyenne Chavez

Photo by Melanie Griffith Hot springs are hot attractions throughout the PNW, and the cold Winter weather makes soaking in these geothermal pools that much better! These beautiful pools of naturally warmed water are breathtaking. However when visiting, there are a few things to keep in mind. Do not add anything to the water or bathe in the hot springs. This also means no pets in the water, many locations will suggest not to bring any pets along at all. Food and drinks should also not be kept out of the hot spring. If you must bring snacks, check the...

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