What is the Women's Cycling Mailing List?
The Women's Cycling mailing list was formed to promote women's cycling in all forms. Road cyclists, mountain bikers, and all women who ride are welcome. Topics of discussion range from the best winter riding gear and mechanical advice to bike selection and touring stories.
How do I subscribe and unsubscribe?
To subscribe to the womens-cycling list, go to Yahoo Groups. Go to the search feature and search for "womens-cycling" (no quotes). You can subscribe to either the digest version, which will compile all of the posts from one day into a single message, or the regular version where you will receive each individual post.
To unsubscribe to the womens-cycling list, go to Yahoo Groups and choose the unsubscribe option for the womens-cycling mailing list.
How do I send am email message to the list?
To send email to the list, use the email address firstname.lastname@example.org. Only members can post messages.
This list is set up to reply to the list and not to the individual that sent the message. If ou want to send an individual an email, you will have to type in their email address in your email program. For example, Jane posts a question about what kind of bike is good for touring. You want to reply to the list; simply hit the reply function in your email program. OR if you want to reply to Jane only, you must type in her email address in your email program.
How do I contact the list owner if I have problems subscribing or unsubscribing?
Send an email to Trish.
What are the List Rules?
The rules of the list are simple.
1. No Spam!
2. Please keep posts somewhat cycling related.
3. Sales lists from list members for bike related items are welcome. Please limit posting to once a month. Please, private individuals only and no commercial shops.
4. No flaming (including name calling or personal attacks) or you will be permanently removed from the list. Heated debate, however, is welcome!
Women Cyclists in Action
Trish Albert, Smyrna, GA USA. Sport Mountain Bike racer and Cat. 3 roadie.
Howard Waller and Sara Dean of Great Britain on their way to a win in the Duo Normand tandem race in France. Courtesy of Sara Dean.
Yvonne McGregor leads Nicole Cook in the 1999 British National Championship Road Race. Courtesy of Sara Dean, photo by Howard Waller.
Bev and friends enjoying a lovely view while mountain biking. Courtesy of Bev.
Cynthia Van Der Wiele of Raleigh, NC, wearing the appropriate zombie-face at the 1999 Paris-Brest-Paris. Courtesy of Cynthia.
Jane Fothergill reading a map during a bike ride. Jane enjoys riding through the English countryside. Photo courtesy of Jane.
Ivana (right) visited Jean Chong (left) in Vancouver, British Columbia in early 2003. Ivana was on a cycling tour of the US.
Kronda rides up a
very steep grade on a rainy day. Photo
courtesy of Kronda.
Myra VanInwegen riding to town (Cambridge England) with her daughter
Mags McGrath "somewhere" in Southern Sweden (Skåne) on her Trice XL.
Chandra Green on Orcacoke Island in the Outer Banks of North Carolina.
and Scott Lumsdon on the C&O Canal Towpath in 2003 near Harper's Ferry VA. This
was Esther's first biking trip.
Julie Anne Kent of Vancouver, Canada with her lovely bike "Princess Pinkerlla".
Pinkerlla is a custom single speed with moustache handlebars. Her color is a OPI
has traveled the world with her bicycle. This is her on a 2004 trip to New
Chrissy de Jonge, who works for Trek, loves riding in the mountains.
enjoys mountain biking in the forests around Cambridge, England.
Lynn Howe competes at the Tri the Parks triathlon in Elberton, GA.
Maria Fuster Foz
enjoys riding in her native country of Spain. This is the "Reto Iberico" event
in May 2005.
Alison Clarkson rides her mountain bike over slickrock.