Women Bike Missoula brings women together to make bicycling possible to more women and girls by sharing our knowledge, experiences, and the joy of biking.
Maah Daah Hey Trail Presentation Wednesday, January 31, 7 pm
What the Hey is the Maah Daah Hey Trail? It’s the longest continuous single track mountain bike trail in America. Commonly done as a 4-day journey, staying at perfectly placed campsites, this trail traverses majestic plateaus, rolling grasslands, amazing views and challenging river crossings. Pure unadulterated badlands grazing the edge of Teddy Roosevelt National Park.
Come join us for a visual journey down North Dakota’s best-kept secret. The 144 mile Maah Daah Hey Trail. Presented by local mountain bikers: Diane, Jill, Kathy, Mindy & Julie at Adventure Cycling Association, 150 East Pine Street.
Sharing our Joy of Biking, while helping new friends
- Help a woman learn to ride a bike. As she learns, ride on paths, then quiet streets, teaching signals and rules of the road.
- Be a family’s designated “bike buddy” who helps the family, especially mothers, become skilled and confident bicyclists who know the best routes to their usual destinations.
- Organize or participate in a small social ride for representatives of one or two families.
- Be on an “on-call” list to help any refugee find the best route to a specific destination.
- Donate helmets, locks, or other accessories such as trailers, child carriers, racks, or baskets.
- Add your name to a list of “interested” but not able to commit to specifics at this time.
- Come to a MizzBs social event to learn more and possibly connect with some of the Soft Landings family team leaders. (Each family has a team of five mentors).
- Offer suggestions and ideas.
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Women are a distinct minority, an estimated 24%, when it comes to bicycle travel. We would like to change the statistics by sharing our love of biking and reaching out to more women to start using a bike for transportation, health, and fun. We are inspired by the words of Susan Anthony:
“Let me tell you what I think of bicycling. I think it has done more to emancipate women than anything else in the world. It gives women a feeling of freedom and self-reliance. I stand and rejoice every time I see a woman ride by on a wheel…the picture of free, untrammeled womanhood.”― Susan B. Anthony