When you become a member of the Rose Bandit Team, not only do you become a member of an elite group of women who train with purpose and provide each other with support and camaraderie, you also get to take part in some great clinics to help grow your knowledge in the sport of cycling. .
Who thought you could get writer’s block over a blog post that has no particular subject matter or outline requirements. I suppose that’s the plight of a science geek (me). It’s hard for me to write introspective pieces (I cried in Starbucks whilst trying to write my personal statement for my medical school application- oh.
Being one of the youngest members on the Rose Bandits, I often joke, that with age comes wisdom, because we all know I know very little about cycling. It’s so bad that if you gave me a hand written test that said “Circle the item that is NOT a bike part. 1) Handlebars 2) Seat.
I have pink bikes, pink bike lights, pink race wheels, pink sports bra, pink socks, a pink chain, and my team’s primary color is, well, naturally, pink. I am fairly certain that some people think I am completely crazy or a girly girl that has always loved pink more than anything else (and probably played.
Written by Rose Bandit LBeeeeeee: I’ve always raced for one reason – myself. I wanted to see how fast I could go, how much I had improved from the last race, and how high up I could get on the podium. On Sunday, I got the opportunity to race for something better. It started with.