In the early days of 2015, when faced with some adversity and unknowns about the upcoming riding season, the Muddbunnies decided to take the negative and turn it into a big, big positive. With the support of Ryders Eyewear, the Muddbunnie Vollie Program was founded!
First, we want to thank the many ladies from last year who took the time to share their feedback, ideas, hopes, and frustrations with us. Your valuable input is helping us better support our team. In this blog you will find out what we learned, how we intend to improve the team experience… and improve […]
article fully, 100% snagged from Pinkbike.com “What I’m doing now is developing methods to characterize and detect engineered nanoparticles specifically, such as metals in natural aquatic systems.” Those aren’t exactly words you would expect to hear from one of the East Coast’s premier downhill talents, but most pro downhillers aren’t trying to save the world […]
mudd-bunn-ie /`mud-bun-ee/ n: of or relating to, the female of the species of a ferocious mammal indigenous to British Colombia known for it’s aggressive behavior, highly advanced maneuvering skills and ability to defy gravity esp. when placed upon a mountain bike and set free with others of its species. Dramatic photos that feature this elusive […]
Full article can be found here. Since mountain biking was added as an Olympic sport in 1996, only two Americans have won medals. Both were bronze; Susan DeMattei in 1996, and now Georgia Gould in 2012. Photo Credit: Brynn Lennon I got a chance to sit down with Georgia and her husband Dusty LaBarr (mechanic […]