the week: "You gain strength, courage and confidence by every
experience in which you really stop to look fear in the face. You
are able to say to yourself, 'I lived through this horror. I can
take the next thing that comes along' . . . You must do the thing
you think you cannot do." - Eleanor Roosevelt
Boston LUNA Chix Women's Cycling Forum,
presented by Wheelworks
Boston LUNA Chix to Stage Inaugural "Rooster Ride"
|BOSTON - (Oct. 1, 2007) The Boston LUNA Chix welcomes men on our last road ride of the season! This Saturday all you dads, boyfriends, husbands, friends, favorite bike shop mechanics etc. are invited to join the Chix for a leisurely autumn ride through the rolling countryside beyond historic Concord, Mass.
Alison Dunlap and the Boston LUNA Chix to Host MTB Clinics at Pedro'sFest
|BOSTON - (July 11, 2007) Olympian and World Champion, Alison Dunlap, returns to New England this weekend to literally set up camp at Pedro's Mountain Bike Festival in the Berkshires of Western Massachusetts. Dunlap and the Boston LUNA Chix Cycling Team will arrive at the Festival on Friday to pitch tents, light the grill and settle in for a weekend of single-track riding with several thousand of their closest mountain biking friends. The Berkshires' reputation for "go-to" mountain biking will get a leg up on Saturday and Sunday when Dunlap hosts clinics for Festival participants to sharpen their skills, learn new ones, or just come away with the right to brag about riding with an Olympian and world mountain bike champion.
Boston LUNA Chix Race Report from Brialee Ramblin Rumble
By WENDY BOOHER and ROZ PULEO
ASHFORD, Conn. - (May 13, 2007) Perfect race weather in the mid-60's and a course that played to the strengths of skilled technical riders helped earn the Boston LUNA Chix its fourth podium finish of the season today at the Brialee Ramblin Rumble. The third race in the venerated Root 66 Race Series, the Ramblin Rumble brought nearly 250 racers from points all over New England to try their luck on some classic East Coast singletrack, more:
About the Boston LUNA Chix Cycling Team
mission is to welcome women into this crazy world of cycling. Whether
it's learning how to ride the trails, trying out clipless pedals,
or just having another friend to hang with at a local race, we are
here to offer support, guidance and friendship:
We come from a variety of cycling backgrounds. We are expert and
novice mountain bike racers, former bike messengers, triathletes,
commuters, trackies and roadies. We are also engineers, medical
professionals, business owners, students and community leaders.
We know there are a lot of women out there just like us who want
to get involved and we'd love to help you!
All proceeds from our events support the Breast
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Meet the Team
Thanks for a great
season! We will begin again in April 2008. Please visit
for fall/winter rides or post some of your own!
All rides leave from the Flynn
Rink at the Middlesex Fells in Stoneham at 6pm
Thanks for a great season! We will
begin again in April 2011.
I recently tried the new LUNA Moons on a group ride. Right away I noticed the size of the package and how easily it fit in the back pocket of my jersey. The pack of pomegranate Moons I tried were a modest 100 calories and 6 to a pack, which equals 1 serving -
sport for ladies,
Moons are smaller and easier to handle than their Shot Blox kin. They have a nice - sweet but not not too sweet - fruity punch and a firm texture that made my mouth happy. I followed them with some water and set out for a 30-mile ride. At the half-way mark, I finished the pack. I found that one pack of Moons helped me maintain enough energy for a leisurely ride. It’s also pretty cool that Moons contain Vitamin C and that they gel with pectin rather than gelatin. Moons currently come in three flavors: pomegranate, blueberry and watermelon and sell for only $1.29 at your local bike shop!